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The Scene
The Scene
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A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
The Scene Tipi li
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Upcoming
Upcoming Johnson MS Mountain Bike Tour coming soon explained at
explained at


Events their pledges. “It looks Aboriginal Day
Events
Aboriginal Day
like we'll exceed $2.2

said Duncan.
June 3-24 million again this year,”
Berg Felsing Art The Johnson MS
Exhibition and Sale, 9 Mountain Bike Tour is
am – 4:30 pm at The the next MS Society
Red Brick Arts Centre event, and will be held
& Museum. in Hinton on Sept 10 and
Reception, Friday,
June 10 2-6 pm. 11, 2016. It's a two day
Proceeds will be event mountain biking
donated to the Red through the beautiful
July 9 Cross in support of Rocky Mountains.
MacKay Community Annual Family Pig Roast at 1 p.m. Supper at 5:30 pm. Lots of Fort McMurray. Also To register go to
activities for all ages. For tickets call Karen at 78-795-2462. accepting non- www.msbike.ca and
perishable donations follow the links,
July 9 & 23 via EARS for cats and Alberta-Hinton. All
Yoga in Centennial Park from 9:30-10:30 am. dogs affected by the money fundraised goes
wildfire. to MS research as well
July 13-15
Edson and District Chamber of Commerce Summer Festival. Main Street starting 11 June 22-August 17 a s P r o g r a m s a n d
am daily. Green Shacks Play in Services for people
the Park Days at Early living with MS. If you
July 17 Childhood Matters. have any questions,
Rotary Sundays in the Park free concert series. Outdoor fun and please contact Geke
activities using (Jayka) Duncan at 780-
July 25-29, August 2-5, 15-19 different equipment. A scene from the 27th annual Leduc to Camrose Johnson MS Bike Tour that took place on June 740-5692 or email her at
Blast From the Past for kids 5-10 years old. 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Contact 780-723-3582 First day is June 22 11 and 12. photo Ron Trink geke.duncan@mssociet
for more information. 1:30-3 pm. at y.ca
July 28 Glenwood 5A Avenue; by Deanna Mitchener riders, including riders and Services for the rain, hail, thunder and Yo u r h e l p a n d
lightning and finally a
Edson Youth Interagency White Water Rafting Trip, Jasper. This event is open to June 29 at Westhaven from the Edson area. Johnson MS Bike Tour, bit of sun at the finish fundraising efforts go a
th
anyone 11 to 15 years old. Register online at edson.ca or in person at the Town of Corner of 12 Avenue The 27th annual Leduc Riders covered 160 km said it was, "Most line.” long way keeping the
Edson office. and 60th Street. to Camrose Johnson MS over the two days. challenging ride ever Johnson MS Mountain
Bike Tour took place on Geke (Jayka) Duncan, with strong head winds Riders still have time Bike Tour happening.
August 31 July 1 June 11 and 12. It was a coordinator of Programs on both days along with to collect and send in
Youth Interagency outdoor movie. The Goonies at Centennial Park at 9 pm. Canada Day at record breaking 2036
Centennial Park from
1-11:15 pm.
Weekly Anchor Copy Depot
July 2
PASSPORT PHOTOS Saturday, July 2 from 'Paint Nite' Sid's Safety Tristyn and Mackenzie gave presentations about
Kate's Kitchen
summer barbecue,
& MORE 11:30 am to 1 pm at how the First Nation people lived. photo Deanna
Mitchener
Digital passport system photos will be St. Catherine's & Janitor al
Anglican Church,
ready in 5 minutes while you wait! corner of Main Street at Boys and by Deanna Mitchener
th
and 7 Avenue.
Passport•Citizenship• Everyone welcome. 5928 - 3rd Avenue, Edson, Alberta T7E 1R8 Tristyn (11) Mackenzie (9) and gave
Rifle Arms Licence• Girls Club presentations to both Evergreen and A. H. Dakin
Permanent Resident• July 4 Phone: (780) 723-6575 Fax: (780) 723-6567
Photos & more Heather Robertson Email: sidssafety@telus.net school students about how the First Nation
with Environment and people lived and about their Tipi during
Parks out of Spruce by Deanna Mitchener Aboriginal Day celebrated at Evergreen School on
DROP IN AND SEE! Grove will be at June 21. "The average tipi was five metres in
5040 3rd Avenue, Edson Willmore Park. The Edson and District Boys and Girls Club diameter. There was enough sleeping room for
780-723-5787 Starting off with a held their first paint night on June 17. The event five to seven people.”
discussion about was called Midnight Forest and was held at the “A fire pit inside was made for cooking and
responsible recreation Red Brick Art Centre. Liz Kolinski, the executive also used for heat. The tipi was lined with bear,
- what visitors can do Weekly Anchor Copy Depot bison or deer skins in winter, with very little
to reduce their impact director at the club, said, "I had an artist from
on the environment, Stoney Plain come from Paintenite, and we had PASSPORT PHOTOS furniture inside. Beds made from bison skins
while quadding, over 70 people come out in support of the club. were placed against the outside walls.
hiking, boating, Roughly we made over $900 from the event, and & MORE Backrests made of willows tied together with
horseback riding and all proceeds will go towards programming cords made it more comfortable for people to
other outdoor supplies like new paint brushes, construction Digital passport system photos will be sit.
activities. Then paper, glue and many other materials needed on a ready in 5 minutes while you wait! Food, clothing, tools and other belongings
Heather will engage regular basis.” were kept in parfleches (pouches made of
with aquatic health Passport•Citizenship•Rifle Arms Licence•
and participants can Permanent Resident• buffalo hide) and leather bags. Food was also
build a toy OHV Photos & more stored in birch-bark containers and hung from
bridge building the poles or set against the walls inside the tipi.
activity. Later learn Remember to drop off your In the winter snow was piled along the outside
how aquatic insects of the tipi, rocks were also placed around the
can be indicators of donations for the outside to stop the wind from blowing the tipi
water quality (which over. The outside was sometimes decorated with
we want to protect) EDSON FOOD BANK
and participants can at Independent Foods, Sobeys Complete line of Janitorial products paintings of animals, stars and other objects
catch aquatic insects. which had a special meaning,” explained
or the Edson Food Bank including paper products, garbage bags, Machenzie and Tristyn.


See Classified Page for Food Bank located at 4511 5th Ave., Edson dispensers and much more!
monthly meetings
and activities 780-723-1350 Open Tuesday 9-11am
DROP IN AND SEE!

5040 3rd Avenue, Edson
780-723-5787
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