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A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on


The Scene


Upcoming
Upcoming



Events Tine Clifton was at the
Events
Edson Library on June 7
sharing information
June 21 – July 19 a b o u t t h e E d s o n
The Edson & Friendship Centre's Seniors at the Parkland Lodge enjoying refreshments at the craft sale on June
District Public E a r l y L e a r n i n g 8. The knitted crafts were made by the residents themselves which they were
Library is holding programs. Sandi Rix, selling to raise money for the Matamao Seniors Club, a non-profit within the
an exhibition volunteering for the lodge who's fundraising goes towards bus trips and other activities for the
“…out to Alberta” Edson District Learning
which is featuring a Society, was also at the residents. photo Miranda L'Hirondelle
selection of songs Library handing out free
produced by some books and encouraging
of Alberta's most early literacy for children.
notable musical photo Deanna Mitchener
artists and visual art
works drawn from
the collection of the
Alberta Foundation
for the Arts. Join the fun at many kids summer camps planned
Library hours are
10-8 weekdays and by Deanna Mitchener Clifton said, " We are excited to also From June 26 to 29 they will hold
10-3 on Saturdays. be offering nine summer camps this "Canada Summer Games 150 Years". And
Contact Helen Tine Clifton was at the Edson year for children ages three to five. from July 4 to 7 "A Camping We Will
Prosser at 780-723- Go". Then on July 10 to 13 will be
6691 for more Library on June 7 sharing information They will run four days a week, "Outside the Box-Imaginarium". From
information. about the Edson Friendship Centre's Monday to Thursday from 8:45 a.m. to July 17 to 20 is "Colour Your World", and
Early Learning programs. 11 a.m. as well as an afternoon session from July 24 to 27 will be "Splish Splash
June 24 Play and Learn and Brighter Futures that will run from 12:45 p.m. until to 3 Water Fun".
Join us after has great activities for youngsters p.m." If you would like to find out more
Eddie's Big Run at throughout the year held at the Edson "We already had, It's a Bugs Life, information about these camps, please call
Millennium Park Friendship Centre Early Learning Growing Gardens, and Teddy Bear's 780-723-6444 Line 2 Ext. 4 and chat with
beside the Red Childhood Centre located at 5501 - Adventures. From June 19 to 22 it will any of the staff that would be happy to
Brick on Saturday, 3rd. Avenue. be Barnyard Palooza," said Clifton. explain more.
June 24 at 1-2 p.m.
for Free Yoga in the
Park. Kids are Community Talent Show moved to HRH
welcome, beginner
friendly and Food
Bank donations are
accepted.

June 24
Learn one-one-on
from a licensed
Child Safety
Passenger
Technician from
Buckle up Babies
how to correctly
install and use your
child car seat in this
free car seat clinic.
Drop-ins are
welcome, but
appointments are
recommended.
Please call 780-
723-6088 for more
information. Ever Sick band members Dustin Sibley (guitar/bass), Katia Davi-Digui (piano),Jonathon Hawke (drums), Cassandra Kushniruk
(vocals), and Devin Sibley (guitar) preformed at the Community Talent Show on June 9. photo Miranda L'Hirondelle
June 25
Aboriginal Days in by Miranda L'Hirondelle
partnership with
Rotary Sundays in This year Holy Redeemer High School and the
the Park brings you Town of Edson held a Community Talent Show on
this free event with June 9. The show was supposed to be held at the
Centennial Pavilion but was moved to HRH due to
live entertainment, the weather.
traditional games, There were 18 acts in the event which included
stories, crafts, dancing, singing, and even unicycling.
snack and lots of HRH holds the talent show every year, which is
fun on Sunday June usually a competition, but this year they decided to
25 at RCMP make it a showcase so people could just enjoy
Centennial Park themselves and have fun.
which starts at 1-5 This is the first year the Town has been involved
p.m. For more by making the posters and allowing them to use
information call Centennial Pavilion. They were going to supply the
Community popcorn but since the weather forced a change of
Services at 780- location they were not able to because their
723-4403. popcorn machine cannot be moved from place to
place.
“We didn't actually use any funds to organize
See Classified Page for the event. Everything was donated besides the
monthly meetings
and activities water bottles we provided,” said Emma Laurin, a
grade 12 student at Holy Redeemer.
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