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THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2015 PAGE 7 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on

July 25 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
Pioneer Cabin's Crib Tournament starting at 1pm at the Cabin.

July 27-30
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Free Vacation Bible School at the Edson Baptist Church (4717- 9 Ave) for ages 5 to 10, from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Theme: Thailand Trek. To register call the church at 780-723-
3982. The Scene
August 1, 2, 15, 16
Upcoming Events Largest turnout ever for
Upcoming Events
Sangudo Speedway. Start time Saturday at 1pm, Sunday at 11 am. Trucks, micro & 600 sprints, street, super & mini stocks. www.sangudospeedway.com
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on July 1 Rockin' the Park and Aboriginal Days
August 2
Taste of Edson
“Summer Speaks” at the Edson United Church. Pregnancy Care Program will be sharing their story starting at 10:30 am.
The Scene Festival. Arts, food by Deanna Mitchener
and music at the
August 9
Galloway Station
Rotary Sundays in the Park at Centennial Park from 12-5pm.
Museum from 3 –
September 6
“Summer Speaks” at the Edson United Church. Brian Care Centre will be sharing their story starting 10:30 am. 8pm. June 21 was the kick off to Rotary Sundays in the
July 1 Park. It is the first of the free summer concert series
Canada Day that will be taking place throughout the next few
Celebrations at
Centennial Park from months in Centennial Park in Edson.
1 – 11:45pm. Ann Dechambeau, with the Town of Edson, said,
"We have some light rock bands playing in the park
July 4 and we are combining Aboriginal Days. We have
Kate's Kitchen drummers, bannock burgers, a wall tent and teepee set
Summer BBQ from up, face painting, and so much for families to take part
11:30am – 1pm at St. in."
Catherine's Anglican "We have received a lot of donations towards
Church corner of
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Main & 7 Ave. All supporting this free series this year which is
welcome. wonderful. Plus all the volunteers that help make these
events happen. It is a great team effort and we truly
July 5 appreciate all the support. We purchased a new
Rotary Sundays in the bouncy house this year with a monkey and slide on it
Park at Centennial and a new sound system from our $12,000 grant
Park from 1 – 5pm money and the town generously matched, for a total of
$24,000," said Dechambeau.
July 11
Free Yoga in the Park The day was fabulous, the weather held out, and it
at Centennial Park was the best attended Rotary Sunday in the Park ever.
from 9:30 -10:30 am. Volunteers served over 200 bannock burgers, 20
dozen hot dogs, and lost count of how much water,
July 12 juice and popcorn they went through.
Rotary Sundays in the The food booth was going non-stop from 12:30 p.m.
Park at Centennial until 5:30 p.m. They still would have been going Rotary Sunday Rockin' the Park and Aboriginal Day was a huge success with
park from 12 – 5pm. strong but the booth was suppose to close by 5 p.m. to the most attended to date. Matricia and Mack Brown started the afternoon of
allow time for cool down and clean up. events off with some drumming and songs they had written, followed by other
July 14 – 17 bands playing throughout the afternoon. Photo: Deanna Mitchener
Free Vacation Bible "It was sad to have to tell people we were closing for
School at the Grace the night when you still had kids coming and asking
Lutheran Church, for more. I hope every event is attended as well as this
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4407 – 7 Ave from one. It was such a great way to begin our events for the
9am – noon for ages 3 summer. It is always great seeing families out enjoying
to grade 6(complete). events and getting together," said Ann.
Call 780-723-4366 to The Edson Friendship Centre and the Marlboro
register, please leave
the names of the Elders helped set the atmosphere for Aboriginal Day
children, ages and with games, native crafts, face painting, bannock with
phone number where jam, eatable Inukshuk's, and a TeePee was set up as
you can be reached. well as a Wall tent.
There was great entertainment all afternoon and
July 20-24, July 27- little ones were jumping in the new bouncy house,
31, August 10-14 watching jugglers, and listening to great music.
Looking for The event wound down with drummers and a circle
something for your
child to do this dance. Everyone came together to dance while holding
summer? Register for hands.
the Red Brick Arts The next Rotary Sunday in the Park is July 5. The
Centre Blast from the town will be hosting a Canada Day Celebration on July
Past program. The 1st so plan on coming to the park for more great
program is for ages 5- activities.
10. Three sessions will Rotary Sunday in The Park featuring Aboriginal Day drew record crowds.
be held, July 20-24, Photo: Deanna Mitchener
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 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
the week.
See
Classified Page for
monthly meetings The Old Hippies Tim Ward, Kirby Smith, and Kevin Dye perform at Rotary Sundays in the Park and Aboriginal Day
and activities celebrations on Sunday June 21. Photo: Tracy Templeton
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