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The Scene
Nov 12
Wildwood & District Agricultural Society will be holding a special meeting for By-Law Review at 7pm at the Wildwood Recreation Complex. All Members please attend,
new members welcome. Call Carol at 780-325-2119 for more info.
HIV West Yellowhead will be hosting a HIV and Addictions session from 12pm – 1:30pm at the Red Brick Arts Centre. For further information or to register please call 1-
Nov 14,15 &16
The Edson Creative Arts Society & the Edson Craft Centre will jointly present recent works by area artists. The 2014 Palette & Pottery Exhibition & sale opens Friday from A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
7-9 (punch/hors d'oeuvres reception), Saturday from 10am -5 pm & Sunday from noon- 4pm at the Edson Library, 4726 – 8 Ave.
Nov 15
Long Term Care Christmas Bazaar in the basement of the Catholic Church from 11am-3pm. Proceeds go to the Recreation Programming and transportation costs for Long A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
Term Residents.
The Scene
Nov 18
Guest Speaker on Medications will be at the Pioneer Cabin and Soup & Sandwiches.
Upcoming Events
Nov 20
General Meeting at the Pioneer Cabin starting at 1pm. Upcoming Events Hatlen Theatre holds School House Concert
Nov 22
Green Grove Seniors will be holding a Garage Sale & Bazaar at the MacKay Hall from 10 am – 4 pm. $10.00 a table. For table rentals or donations call Karen at 780-795- by Deanna Mitchener
2462 or Jackie at 780-795-2418. All newly donated items. Lunch available plus their famous donuts.
The Red Brick is hosting a good-old Schoolhouse
Nov 1 Concert on October 25.
Nov 22 Bobbi-Dawn Drader, with Red Brick, said, "We have
Crib Tournament at the Pioneer Cabin starting at 1pm. Beaver Meadow Ag Society is hosting a Ranchers' always just rented the theater out, so we decided to try
Saloon & Casino . This is a Fun Money Casino. and host our own concert right here. We have Stephen
Door prizes of $1000, $5000 and 2 CFR Rodeo Palmer coming to entertain with his passion for folk,
Nov 22
Annual Christmas Bazaar at the Fulham Hall from 9am – 2pm, concession available. To book a table or for more info call Deanna at 780-693-0153. finals tickets. Dress western. Supper is at 7pm with country, gospel, ragtime, and Blues music. Our
the Casino to follow. Tickets are $30 per person. Schoolhouse Concert is set for October 25, starting at 7
For more info call Diane 780-795-2206, Gladys at p.m."
Nov 23 Stephen Palmer said, "I have been playing since 1960,
780-795-2203 or Pat at 780-795-2545.
Pot Luck Supper at the Pioneer Cabin starting at 5:30pm started off as a sideman and worked my way into a band
leader. Now days I just do an acoustic solo. I have been
Nov 5 very busy touring across Canada. I just got back from
Nov 25 th
28 Annual Women's Conference at the Carrot entertaining in Nova Scotia and Ontario. My style of
Blood Sugar & Blood Pressure Readings at the Pioneer Cabin starting at 10am.
Creek Hall from 8:30am – 3:30pm. Speakers, music is often called roots from the west, and down east
fashion show, silent auction, door prizes, lunch & they like to call my style folk roots. A couple of my
snacks. To register and for more info call Sylvia at biggest guitar influences are Doc Watson, Merle Travis,
Maebelle Carter, and Tony Rice."
780-795-2419. “The weekend before I come to Edson, I will be
entertaining at three sites in Red Deer. After Edson I will
Nov 5 be doing a concert in Edmonton before heading back
Pioneer Cabin will have flu shots available from home to Moose Jaw Saskatchewan," said Stephen.
9am – 12 noon. Stephen Palmer has played in Edson at the United
Church two years in a row for the Edson Habitat for
Humanity as a local fundraiser.
Nov 1 to 8 "I always enjoyed coming to Edson and socializing
The Art of Zhen Shan Ren International Exhibition with the wonderful group of volunteers that were a part of
will be held at the Galloway Station Museum from Habitat. I will have to check in and see how they are all
10am-5pm weekdays and from 10am-4pm doing while I'm out that way," said Stephen. Stephen Palmer preformed at the Hatlan Theatre
Saturdays. For more info call 780-314-9141 or For tickets and information call the Red Brick at 780-
email 723-3582. October 25. Photo: Deanna Mitchener

Nov 7 Chautauqua brings dramatic productions
Jamboree at the Pioneer Cabin starting at 7pm.

Nov 8 By Adrienne Tait line mechanic during Errors set to hip hop. It is very well done.”
World War II. Doug said, “This was Tickets are $50 for all
Sacred Heart C.W.L Bazaar from 11am-3pm. Tea
New to Chautauqua this The third installment of quite a surprise because three shows or $20 per
Tickets $5. There will be a silent auction, bake sale year is a series of three Chautauqua's theatre I'm not a fan of hip hop but show and are available at
items, canning, clothing, jewelry, spices and many “picks of the Fringe” series Bomb-itty of Errors I really did enjoy the play. Thymes Two or the Red
more items. productions. i s d e s c r i b e d a s If you don't like hip hop Brick.
The first of these plays is Shakespear's comedy of don't let that scare you off.
the Accidental Humour
Nov 8
Co.'s Jimmy McCracken
A Silent Auction & Dance at the Royal Canadian 2: The Wackining. Set to
Legion in Edson. All proceeds will go towards new run at the Red Brick
Palliative Care Beds for our new facility. The silent Theatre on November 5
Auction starts at 8pm, dance to Old Hippies at 8:30. the play is a multimedia
presentation which blends
Advanced tickets only. $20. per person, tickets stage and screen.
available at Thymes Two, Jensen's Men Wear, A c c o r d i n g t o t h e
Edson HealthCare Centre. Door prizes & 50/50 Accidental Humour Co
tickets. For more info contact Marilyn or Barb at the McCrackin Saga is a
“fast-paced send-up of
780-723-3331. action movies that follows
the adventures of the
See Classified Page for titular hit-man, Jim
monthly meetings and activities McCrackin, as he comes
t o t e r m s w i t h t h e
possibility of being a
f a t h e r w h i l e
simultaneously being
targeted by a clandestine
C h a u t a u q u a
representative Doug
Woodhouse said the
multimedia format, “adds
so much more dimension
that you usually wouldn't
g e t i n a t h e a t r e
The play is a light
hearted production that
Woodhouse said was one
of his favorite shows, “It
really did stand out. It is
really funny!”
The detective story is
full of light hearted
humour and according to
Woodhouse will appeal to
everyone even those who
may not have cared for
theatre productions in the
The second show, Never
Let the Crew See You Cry,
will be hitting the theatre
in February and is an
Alberta based true story
about Ethel Wood's
experience as an flight
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