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PAGE 8 THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2015 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on

July 20-24, July 27-31, August 10-14 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
Looking for something for your child to do this summer? Register for the Red Brick Arts Centre Blast from the Past program. The program is for ages 5-10. Three sessions will be
held, July 20-24, July 27-31 and August 10-14, sessions run from 1 pm – 4 pm Monday – Friday. For more information please contact (780)-723-3582 or stop into the Red Brick Arts
Centre today between 9 am – 4:30 pm.

July 23 The Scene
The Great Plains Music Show featuring Darrel & Saskia in concert – tickets are $12.00 in advance and $15.00 at the door, tickets can be picked up in the Pioneer Cabin's office during
Upcoming Events
the week. Upcoming Events
July 25 400 participate in Eddie's Big Run
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on June 22
Pioneer Cabin's Crib Tournament starting at 1pm at the Cabin.
Mondays are crib
August 1, 2, 15, 16
The Scene nights at the Pioneer registrants participate last weekend.
by Adrienne Tait
Sangudo Speedway. Start time Saturday at 1pm, Sunday at 11 am. Trucks, micro & 600 sprints, street, super & mini stocks.
Cabin. Games start at
7 pm. Everyone
The 6 annual Eddie's Big Run saw nearly 400
August 9
Rotary Sundays in the Park at Centennial Park from 12-5pm.
While the numbers were down slightly from last
June 23 year, organizers were happy with the attendance
Tuesdays are soup & especially considering there was a minor ball
sandwich days at the tournament schedules for the same weekend.
Pioneer Cabin starting
at 11:30 am. Half marathon first place winners in the varying
categories were Andrea Longman, Daniel
June 24 Brewster, Bonnie Randall, Peter Block, and Steve
The Wildwood Seniors Ashburn.
are having a hot Turkey Leaders in the 10K category were Heather
s u p p e r a t t h e Aasen, Lukas Mark, Jody Round, Michael
Wildwood Seniors McAndrews, Brenda Sparrow, and Nigel Knight.
C e n t r e a t 5 p m . 5K race winners were Julie Pullaw, Jude
Everyone is welcome. Loewen, Sue Rechner, Shawn Holmes, Anne
For more information McCracken, and Rus DiFiore.
call Opal at 780-325- The race also included a one kilometer kids fun Runners hit the pavement for the 6 annual Eddie's Big Run on June 13.
2425 run.
A shortage of volunteers this year made trail
June 28 marking and supervising more of a challenge said
Greengrove United organizer Krysta Hawboldt, “Last minute issues
Church in Niton come up all the time but you just have to adapt
Junction is having a and do your best with what you have!”
worship with leaders The race may only last for a day but it takes
Richard and Trudy months of organizing and planning to make it
Tanner at 4pm. Call work. “Many months of hard work go into
Jill for any info at. 780- making this event a success so a shout-out should
be made to the organizers: Erin Gargus, Krysta
Hawboldt, Andrea Longman, Leah Holt, and
July 1
Ta s t e o f E d s o n Christine Gilham. A big thanks also goes to our
Festival. Arts, food and sponsors and volunteers, without them we would
music at the Galloway not have a race!” said Hawboldt.
Station Museum from Race times and results are available online at
3 – 8pm.

July 1
C a n a d a D a y Sidewalk
C e l e b r a t i o n s a t
Centennial Park from 1
– 11:45pm. Jamboree

July 5
Rotary Sundays in the street closures
Park at Centennial Park
from 1 – 5pm approved

July 11 A short
Free Yoga in the Park at by Adrienne Tait The closure will be in 7 year old Nathan segment of
Centennial Park from effect from 9:00 a.m. Aslin and his mom Alice in
9:30 -10:30 am. Janice Foisy ran
Preparations are o n W e d n e s d a y the 5k race in Wonderland
already underway as August12 to 9:00 p.m. opened the live
July 12 on August 15. Eddie's Big Run
Rotary Sundays in the the Edson and District together June 13. theatre on
Park at Centennial park Chamber of Commerce The Town will once photos Adrienne opening night of
from 12 – 5pm. submitted their request a g a i n p r o v i d e Tait the Secret
for street closures for barricades and picnic Garden with
July 14 – 17 the ever popular annual tables for the event. Rhett Bourque
Free Vacation Bible Sidewalk Jamboree. as the
School at the Grace At their regular caterpillar and
Lutheran Church, 4407 council meeting on Ayva Kauffman
– 7 Ave from 9am – Tu e s d a y C o u n c i l playing Alice.
noon for ages 3 to granted permission for
grade 6(complete). the necessary street
Call 780-723-4366 to closures. 50th Street Photo Deanna
register, please leave will be closed from 1st Mitchener
the names of the Avenue to 6th Avenue,
children, ages and 5th Avenue will be
phone number where closed from 49th Street
you can be reached. to 51st Street, and 3rd
Avenue from 49th
See Street to the back alley
Classified Page for behind Switzer's Drugs
monthly meetings and down to Horizon
and activities Music.
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