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Shirley Lueck, Marianne Murphy, and Liz Baird take a moment during the Palette and Pottery Exhibition
before August 15, 2015
held on May 1, 2 and 3. Photo Deanna Mitchener before August 15, 2015
Locals artists display their works
Address: #1
at Palette and Pottery Exhibition Address: #101, 330 45 St, 01, 330 45 St,
Phone:(780) 7
Phone:(780) 712-4272 12-4272
by Deanna Mitchener complete with punch and back in the early 1960's Liz Baird said, "I got
hors d'oeuvres during the and here I am still doing started about two years
reception on Friday. it years later." ago when I was inspired
Edson Craft Centre Shirley Lueck, a Marianne Murphy just by seeing all the
and Edson Creative Arts long-time Palette and took her first class this lovely work on display
Society held their Pottery exhibitor, said, past fall just to try it out. during the exhibitions.
biannual Palette and "When I first came to "A friend from the club So many different
Pottery exhibition and Edson I didn't know encouraged me to come pieces, they were P INSTALLATIONS P
sale featuring recent anyone, so I joined the and check out the class. I offering a class and I * Furnaces Replacement
works by local artists. pottery group and started found I really enjoyed thought perfect I will * Furnaces/Air Conditioners
The event took place doing all kinds of little doing it and wanted to give it a try. Everyone * Residential Heating Packages
at the Edson Public crafts. I fell in love with keep doing more," she has their own style and * Electronic Air Cleaners
Library May 1 to 3 doing it and that was said. techniques so it is * Humidifiers/Air Exchangers
wonderful learning a * Sheet Metal Work
Full house at Pioneer Cabin crib night little something from FREE ESTIMATES
The Edson Craft
by Deanna Mitchener contribute too. When it ago, she is really good. Centre offers pottery Email:
reaches $100 we play it So don't worry if you are classes and workshops
"The cabin has a full off. Each person pays $5 just a beginner, someone all year. You can contact 4640 3 Avenue Phone: (780) 723-3553
house tonight with crib to play Monday nights, or your partner will help Annette McGill at 780- Edson, AB T7E 1C2 Authorized Dealer Fax: (780) 723-3552
players with 15 tables, the first place winner you count your cards. We 723-3568 for more
that's a lot of people. takes home $40, second d o h o s t a c r i b information.
Anyone can come and place wins $30, and third tournament once a
play crib here at the place gets $20, then we month and we serve a
Pioneer Cabin, we play have a booby prize of lunch for that day," says
every Monday night $10 that you share with Carol. THIS WEEK’S FEATURE
starting at 7 p.m." said your partner. We have a Every Thursday night
Carol Berube. lady here that is 93 and anyone can go to the
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Photo Deanna Mitchener
Country style living with room for everyone and everything . This plan looks great from
It was a full house at the Pioneer Cabin’s crib night April 27. the front or the back. The covered front veranda with craftsman style posts along with the
stonework and wide corners & trims give it a great curb appeal. Step into the front foyer &
you will quickly see the open kitchen & great room areas. On the left of the foyer you have
a spare bedroom across from a 3-piece bath with a 48" shower. Also the laundry room is
located here which has enough room for maybe a sewing area. At the other end of the hall
you have an office or a spare room, then you enter the master bedroom. The ceiling is
PLAYING WITH DOLLS coffered. A large walk-in closet next to the ensuite. The ensuite features 2 sinks with a
makeup table, a spa tub, a custom 60" shower and a private toilet room. A long narrow
Dolls quickly become a favorite comfort object for window above the mirror will provide natural lighting. Now onto the "L" shaped kitchen
infants. Dolls allow infants to practice grasping that features a walk-in pantry, space for large appliances, and a working island with a
objects with their hands, dolls all have different lunch bar. The island is angled to match the coffered ceiling in the great room. A wood
textures and colours. Some have rattles or music burning fireplace in the great room for those cooler nights. The dining room has plenty of
inside that provides sensory stimulation and allows windows to help light up these areas. A French door leads out to the covered rear deck An
infants to experience cause and effect. open curved stairwell takes you to the developed basement which includes one more
Doll play for toddlers enhyances their fine motor bedroom with a walk-in closet. A 3-piece bath is next to a to large unfinished storage area
skills by dressing and feeding the dolls. Pushing & mechanical room. There will be plenty of space in the family room for pretty much
their dolls in small sized strollers and putting them anything you would like to put there. Now Dad will love his new 4-5 car garage with one
in and out of bed helps develop coordination and large motor skills. bay as a drive through. All overhead doors are 8' high. The floor slopes to sumps. There are
By assuming roles and interacting with people around them, toddlers learn 2 man doors and a 2-piece bathroom for added convenience. There is something for
valuable life skills how to show feeling and how to care about someone else. It is everyone in this home plan. Plan 2011595
okay for boys to play with dolls, it helps teach them to be caring fathers down the
road. Doll play can be therapeutic, children often use dolls to work through Member of National Home Warranty Program
things tha tmay be going on in their family. Dolls can help a child release
tension, rather than keeping it bottled up.
Recognition from Early Childhood Matters goes out to Coubrough Independent Phone: 780-723-2330
Grocer, McDonalds and Golden Honey for supplying the meal for our PJ’s Plus
fun & Food Night out in Marlboro on April 29. Fax: 780-723-5068
Special Thanksto the community for supporting our Lisa Murphy Early
Childhood Specialist (Ooey Gooey Lady) and the Kids Fest. Email:
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