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The Scene
Oct 18
Evansburg Art Club Paints! Watercolours with Frank Haddock from 10am – 4pm at the Magnolia Hall. Members $25 Non members $50. Potluck lunch. All Welcome,
register with Jan at 780-727-4340.
Oct 21
Diabetes speaker at the Pioneer Cabin starting at 1pm
Oct 23
Fall Supper at Brightwood Ranch. Meals served from 5 pm to 7 pm with a short program at 6:45. Call the ranch at 780-727-3840 for more information.
Oct 23 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
Pioneer Cabin will he holding their general meeting at 1pm at the Cabin. PAGE 8 THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2014
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
Oct 25
Knights of Columbus are having a Community Spaghetti Supper at 6pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall. Tickets can be purchased from the Parish Office from 9am – noon
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and 1-4pm. Tickets are $10 per person or $25 per family. Deadline for ticket purchases is Oct 23rd. Phone 780-723-3661 for more info.
Oct 25
Second Annual Children's Halloween Carnival at the McKay Community Hall from 12pm – 3pm. Prizes for costumes. Cost is $2.00 per child, concession available, games
Upcoming Events Volunteers get rolling at Red Brick
Upcoming Events
& prizes. Sparkle Tatoo $5. Carmel Apples are $1. For more info call Karen at 780-795-2462 or Gayle at 780-712-3959.
Oct 25
Crib Tournament at the Pioneer Cabin starting at 1pm. Registration must be made prior to tournament. Contact 780-723-5777 for more info.
Oct 25 for upcoming bazaars
Wildwood Farmers Market Bazaar in support of Santa Anonymous will be from 10am – 3 pm at the Wildwood Hall. For more info call Clarice 780-838-6094
Starting Oct 18-Dec 14
Habitat for Humanity is recruiting volunteers to by Deanna Mitchener around 300 pies. It takes helping are greatly pint and wide mouth
Oct 25 a lot of rolling. We meet appreciated. We could quart sealers for our
help in Honduras for one or two weeks, starting
Family Halloween Dance at the Pine Grove Hall. Doors open at 5:30pm, dance from 6 to 10 pm. Door prizes, lunch and refreshments and music by Dynamic her at the Red Brick at not keep up without their r e c i p e s . We a r e
Entertainment. 6 years old to adult $7. 2 to 5 years old $2. under 2 are free. For tickets call Shirley at 780-723-3863 or Mary at 780-723-3581. Tickets in advance October 18 to December 14, 2014. Call Karen at The Red Brick will be 9:30 a.m. and usually do wonderful help. Getting wondering if anyone has
only. 780-723-5675 for more information. hosting their Harvest not get done until after 4 everyone together and any they no longer use
Bazaar and Tea on p . m . , " s a i d sharing conversation and and would like to donate
Oct 7
Oct 26 October 18. Stitzenberger, volunteer laughs while keeping them to the Red Brick?"
Knit & Crochet Club will be having a meeting at
Pot Luck Supper at the Pioneer Cabin starting at 5:30 pm. "Fall is our busy time organizer with the Red busy is so delightful. said Stitzenberger.
the A&W in Edson from 7-9pm. Contact Stacy at
getting things prepared Brick. Right now we just got If you would like to
Oct 26 780-725-2872 for more info. for all the upcoming "We are so thankful to done making some donate jars or give a
Park Court Hall – Harvest Dinner 12:30 to 2 pm. Come and celebrate the end of another harvest season and join us for a great meal and quilt raffle. Please call bazaars. We have some the many volunteers that relish, salsa, and pickled monetary donation to
780-727-4476 or 780-727-2138 for more info. Oct 16 volunteers coming back come out every year to c a r r o t s , " s a i d purchase more please
Kate's Kitchen will be holding their monthly free help bake and to do Stitzenberger.
lunch at St. Catherine's Anglican Church, 617 Main in for another full day of contact the Red Brick at
Oct 28 making meat pies. pickling along with so "Every year we have a 780-723-3582, or stop
Blood Pressure & Blood Sugar testing at the Pioneer Cabin at 10 am. Street from 11:30am to 1pm. All Welcome. Altogether we make many other goodies. huge cost of purchasing by 4818 - 7Avenue.
Their many hours
Oct 17
Oct 31
Halloween Tea at the Pioneer Cabin starting at 2pm. Carrot Creek Hall's Harvest Supper from 5:30 to
7:30 pm. Largest Vegetable Contest. Ladies please
bring dessert. For more info call Sylvia at 780-795-
Nov 1
Beaver Meadow Ag Society is hosting a Ranchers' Saloon & Casino . This is a Fun Money Casino. Door prizes of $1000, $5000 and 2 CFR Rodeo finals tickets. 2419 or Donna at 780-795-2398 (evenings before
Dress western. Supper is at 7pm with the Casino to follow. Tickets are $30 per person. For more info call Diane 780-795-2206, Gladys at 780-795-2203 or Pat at 9pm)
Oct 17 & 18
Murrays Haunted House from 6:30 to 9 pm, 17324
Nov 1 to 8
The Art of Zhen Shan Ren International Exhibition will be held at the Galloway Station Museum from 10am-5pm weekdays and from 10am-4pm Saturdays. For Twp Rd 535. 1 km North on Sec. Hwy 748, turn
more info call 780-314-9141 or email left on Twp Rd 535 drive 1 km. Food Bank
Donation for admission. Concession by Bark'd Up.
Nov 8
Oct 18
Sacred Heart C.W.L Bazaar from 11am-3pm. Tea Tickets $5. There will be a silent auction, bake sale items, canning, clothing, jewelry, spices and many more
items. Fall Harvest Supper & Dance at the Pinedale
Community Hall. Cocktails at 6pm followed by
Supper at 7 and Dance by Second Wind from 9pm -
Nov 8
A Silent Auction & Dance at the Royal Canadian Legion in Edson. All proceeds will go towards new Palliative Care Beds for our new facility. The silent Auction 1pm. Tickets available at In Your Drawers or
starts at 8pm, dance to Old Hippies at 8:30. Advanced tickets only. $20. per person, tickets available at Thymes Two, Jensen's Men Wear, Edson HealthCare contact Cindy at 780-723-1809, Cherie at 780-712-
6157 or Leona at 780-712-2952
Centre. Door prizes & 50/50 tickets. For more info contact Marilyn or Barb at 780-723-3331.
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 Oct 18
please call 1-877-291-8811. Red Brick Harvest Bazaar & Tea at 4818 – 7th Ave
from 10am to 3pm. Join us for lunch & shop for
home made preserves, baking and the assorted craft
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 & home based business tables. Everyone Welcome.
for Long Term Residents.
See Classified Page for
monthly meetings and activities Anne Goldie, Vi Kindiak, Wanda Haire, EJ Prockiw, Audrey Bell, Joanne Bellmond, Roza Grant, Syb
Crawford, Cindy Fisher, Marg Byrt, Linda Maris, Lorna Imber, Karen Brown, Betty Stitzenberger and
Murray’s Haunted House Bobbi-Dawn Drader gather at the Red Brick to help with baking and preserves for upcoming bazaars.
Photo: Deanna Mitchener
opens earlier for
The Friends of the Edson Public Library Red Brick Harvest
the younger crowd is hosting
Bazaar & Tea

by Adrienne Tait Edson Food Bank.
I n o r d e r t o “3” Day Fall Book Sale
For the past nine years a c c o m m o d a t e t h e Saturday, October 18th
M u r r a y ' s h a u n t e d crowds, Murray's will
House has been an open at 6:30 p.m. this October 17, 18, 20, 2014 NOTE: this replaces the Bazzar
annual tradition for year which may be more held in November.
many area residents. appealing for parent with 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Opening the weekend younger children. The Edson Public Library
after Thanksgiving the Karen Murray said, 4818-7 Avenue
M u r r a y ' s i n v i t e “We decided to try a 6:30 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
everyone to come and start. Nothing will be
enjoy the festivities on running until 7p.m. Join us for Lunch
October 17-18. giving people with
Admission to the smaller children a
Haunted House will chance to check things Shop for home made preserves,
once again be a donation o u t i n a c a l m e r baking and assorted craft and
to the food bank with a atmosphere. Starting at home based business tables!
concession stand selling 7p.m., the lights will
baked goods, coffee, come on and the zombies
and hot chocolate run by will come out.” For more information
Bark'd Up. Last year's The annual event EVERYONE WELCOME!
event brought in two promises to be fun for the call The Library at 712-6691
truckloads of groceries whole family. or Ron at 723-1033
and almost $600 for the
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