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

The Scene

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

March 9
You can grow your own fresh vegetables this
summer. Join in on the Community Garden
Organizational Meeting at 79m in the Provincial
Building Meeting room #103 (please use East
entrance) For more info call 780-723-1603. If you
want to rent a plot this summer you must attend
the meeting.

March 13 – 15
Edson Men's and Ladies Bonspiel. For more info
Contact Nancy at the Edson Curling Club at 780-
723-3311 or Maggie at 780-781-9798

March 14
Essence Parents Society St. Patrick's dinner/dance
fundraiser at the Pinegrove Hall, cocktails starting
at 6pm, dinner and dance to follow. Silent
Auction, taxi services. Tickets are $25. Per
person. Call Shawn at 780-728-6340 for more info
or tickets can also see a society member for

March 14 John Wort Hannam and The Blue Collars performed for Chautauqua at the Red Brick theatre February
St. Patrick's Day dinner, dance & silent auction at 27 evening delivering roots style music with a sense of humour. Photo Adrienne Tait
the MacKay Community Hall. Silent Auction
starting at 5pm, cocktails at 5:30 followed by
dinner and dance (18+) with music by DJ- Cliff Two-time Juno nominee a hit at Chautauqua
Anderson. $10. Per person 13 and over, children
6-12 are $5. And 5 and under are free. by Adrienne Tait Album of the Year. N e x t u p f o r While the regular season
Hannam is also the Chautauqua patrons is musical shows are sold
March 14 C h a u t a u q u a ' s composer of the official Thomas Kubrinek on out, tickets for “The
t h
Parkland Lodge Auxiliary will be hosting its F e b r u a r y 2 7 song for the 100 Sunday, March 22 Bomb-itty of Errors” are
annual Spring Tea and Bake Sale at the lodge performance showcased anniversary of the followed by their “Picks available at Thymes
from 1:30 to 3 pm. All money raised goes to lodge storytelling, music, and Empress Theatre which of the Fringe” selection Two.
residents. For more info contact Carol at 780-725- humour. h a d a d i s t i n c t l y “The Bomb-itty of
5518 or Ann at 780-723-4522. The evening began vaudevillian sound. Errors” on April 8.
w i t h a c o m e d i c
March15 performance art piece
Green Grove United Church Easter Service at the which complimented
Royal Canadian Legion
Old Niton Junction Hall at 1:30 pm. Contact 780- Madison Sharman's 'As Royal Canadian Legion
795-3961 for more info. Far as the Yukon' art
s h o w. S h a r m a n
March 19 provided the audience Joe Wynne Branch #51Wynne Branch #51
Kate's Kitchen will be holding their free lunch at with a list of what not to
St. Catherine's Anglican Church, 617 main street do when travelling
from 11:30am to 1pm. All Welcome. through the Yukon. Her
“eight years of 4-H Presents
March 25 public speaking” and her
comedic timing served
ESTS – AGM meeting will be held at Parkland her well and garnered a
Lodge at 6:30 pm. number of laughs from St. Patty’sSt. Patty’s
See Classified Page for the audience.
monthly meetings and activities The main stage artist
for the evening was John
Wort Hannam and the Dinner + DanceDinner + Dance
Blue Collars. Hannam
is not only a Juno award
March 13, 2015
n o m i n e e a n d
outstanding singer- March 13, 2015
songwriter but his self-
deprecating humour
kept the audience
“Songs of Ireland”Songs of Ireland”

entertained all evening
long. “Songs of Ireland”“Songs of Ireland”
From the poignant
“Man of God” to
covering a spoof of
Featuring Opening Act
children's songs with Featuring Opening Act
“Chompy the head biter-
Wayne McGuire, of the McGuire’s,
offer” the Fort McLeod Wayne McGuire, of the McGuire’s,
native shared stories on
Eklekta with the 2011
everything from his Eklekta with the 2011
travels, marriage,
raising a son, to his time Canadian Masters Fiddle
Canadian Masters Fiddle
spent on a native
Champion - Dariel Gervais
Formerly a grade nine Champion - Dariel Gervais
school teacher, Hannam
Cocktails at 5:00 pm Dinner at 6:00 pm
has released five albums Cocktails at 5:00 pm Dinner at 6:00 pm
in the 12 years since
Tickets $20/person
becoming a full time Tickets $20/person
musician. He has two
Available at the Legion
Juno nominations to his Available at the Legion
credit including Best
Traditional/ Roots
Phone: (780) 723-3455
album and a Canadian Phone: (780) 723-3455
Folk Music Award for
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