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


The Scene


Upcoming

June 10 Upcoming
Environment Week & Fisheries 11 am to 2 pm at Community Garden. Free barbecue and
Events
refreshments. All welcome!
June 11 Events
Park Court Hall is holding a Farmer's Day Supper on Sunday, June 11 from 5-7 p.m.
Support your local farming community and join us for a great meal and quilt raffle. Please
call 780-727-4476 or 780-727-2138 for more information. June 5
Caring for the Heart of
June 15 the Yellowhead
Please join us at Kate's Kitchen for a free lunch at St. Catherine's Anglican Church from Galloway Station
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. All welcome! Museum 10-11 am
followed by
June 18 refreshments and a tour
Father's Day Kinsmen Go Cart Race 12 – 3 pm. Bottom of 63 Street and north of the of the musum.
Airport. Call Gean at 723-1139.
June 5
June 24 Seniors are invited to
Eddie's Big Run at Repsol Place 8 am. Tea on the lawn of the
library. If the weather
June 24 is poor it will be in the
Shandy's Dream for a Cure 11 am to 4 pm RCMP Centennial Park. Community use room
from 1-3 p.m.
June 25
Rotary Sundays in the Park Rockin' in the Park and Aboriginal Day 1 – 5 pm. Centennial June 6
Park Pavilion. FREE soup and
sandwich lunch at the
Seniors Pioneer Cabin
from 11:45 – 1 pm
provided by the Pioneer
Cabin and Royal
Purple.

June 6
Senior's Week supper at
the Legion. Doors
open at 4:30 pm, supper
at 5:30 pm. Seniors
65+ and escort free
admission but tickets
required. Available at
the Town Office,
Legion or the Pioneer
Cabin. David and Corinna Anderson and their team of horses give people rides at the Yoho Museum on May 28.
photo Miranda L'Hirondelle
June 7
Seniors Day at the
Recycling Depot. 10
am to 1 pm. Yoho Museum hosts family fun and festivities
June 7 by Miranda L'Hirondelle Johnston family volunteered to cook for the event which
Seniors Movie Party at
Nova Theatre, 12 pm. included cheeseburgers, hotdogs, chips, chocolate bars and a
Free admission, hot There were wagon rides, antiques, and a car show at the variety of homemade pie such as apple, pumpkin, blueberry,
dogs, popcorn and Yoho Museum family festivities day on May 28. cherry, and rhubarb.
soda. Sponsored by The museum has been running since 1988 when Bill A woodworking machine from 1876 is the oldest piece they
Parkland Lodge
Auxiliary. Dixon bought the neighbor's tractor. Isa Dixon said, “In have. They also have a car that is 100 years old which they
1988 Bill bought the neighbors tractor that had passed away have had in the Peers Gold Dust Daze parade, and the Edson
June 7 and people driving by would stop to look at the tractor and and Wildwood parades.
Red Skelton that was the start of the museum.” Yoho also boasts a collection of hats in one of the houses on
Impersonator and
entertainer 7 pm at The museum has many volunteers including neighbors, the farm with a total of 554 hats on display.
Parkland Lodge (Old friends and family who help with the cooking, wagon rides Fulham School helped put the boards up in the first building
Edson Hospital). Free and watching the entrance. entering the museum grounds and the log cabin on the
admission, coffee and “Ed Osipaw was the one that helped with running the little property was built in 1916.
punch.
engines every year until he passed away,” said Dixon. This Isa's father moved to the Peers area in 1926 and she was
June 8 year 4H helped with the gate by showing people where to born and raised on the property. “I've lived here all my life. We
Summers Drilling
Seniors Week pancake park and directing them to the entrance to the museum. The have a wonderful life, and can't complain.” said Dixon. Summers Drilling
breakfast at the Fire
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for foster to adopt as soon as a minor
Seniors join the for foster to adopt as soon as a minor
Recycling Depot for respiratory infection clears up. She is
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vaccines but these will be done before
drilling and water well repairs.
11:30 am – 1:30 pm. full adoption. She has been in drilling and water well repairs.
full adoption. She has been in
quarantine, so we do not yet know
June 9 quarantine, so we do not yet know
how she is with other animals, but she
Community Talent how she is with other animals, but she
Showcase in Centennial is super human friendly
is super human friendly
Park starts at 5 p.m.
Free refreshments and Remember to come see us on June 10 at Bannister GM for
donations are welcome our Dog Wash and BBQ
to go towards the Holy
V
Redeemer music Visit edsonanimalrescue.com for more information or 780-712-6788.isit edsonanimalrescue.com for more information or 780-712-6788.
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and activities Call 780-723-9493 for information
photo Miranda L'Hirondelle
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