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THE WEEKLY ANCHOR


THE WEEKLY ANCHOR
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A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on


The Scene


Upcoming Community art featured in Red Brick exhibit
Upcoming



Events by Mikaela Kuefler very little people in,” says Maskowitz. During those eleven
Events



October 29 The Red Brick Arts Centre and Museum held their annual days, over 50 people attended.
This year, the gallery had a Collective Creation Canvas for
Halloween Dance at McKay October 15 Community Arts Exhibit to celebrate Culture days from everybody to create on. “There were quite a few people who
Community Hall 9 pm – 2 am. Knights of Columbus September 26 to October 7. contributed to the canvas. Everybody thought it was pretty
Prizes for Best Dressed Couple, are sponsoring a The exhibit was open to anyone wanting to bring one of their fun. It's the first year we've done it,” states Maskowitz.
Best Homemade Costume, Best Spaghetti Supper at art pieces to the gallery. “We don't really have a stipulation on During the Saturday of Culture Days, the Red Brick also
Original. Snacks and midnight 6:30pm. Please call medium,” says museum organizer, Kirsty Maskowitz. held a craft event for children. The ten children who
lunch. D.J. Cliff Andreson. For 780-712-8017 for Artworks, such as paintings, pottery, Lego, quilting, cross attended, had the option of making three different kinds of
info and tickets call Karen 780- tickets and further stitch, and photography were added to the gallery. People bookmarks and a wind chime. “Kids could make all four or
795-2462 or Darlene 780-795- information. putting out their artwork also had the option of placing their just one. Whatever they wanted to do,” said Maskowitz. The
2350. business cards in hopes of getting more business.
October 15 wind chimes were made of paper cups with an attached
November 12 Red Brick Harvest The gallery was open for 11 days due to the amount of work piece of yarn. On the yarn were beads so the beads would
Sacred H eart CWL Bazaar from Bazaar and Tea, put into the gallery. “If it was only three days, you would get clack together when it was hung outside.
11 am to 3 pm, tea/lunch. Saturday, October 15,
Available items are bake sale 10am – 3pm. Join us
items, silent auction, canning, for lunch and browse
clothing, jewelry, spices, crafts the home based
and many more items. Come business and craft
and check it out! Contact 780- tables. For more info
723-3661. or to book a table
contact the Red Brick
November 15 at 780-723-3582 or
Beaver Meadow Ag Society is echored@telus.net.
hosting a Ranchers' Saloon and
Casino at the Beaver Meadow October 16
Hall north of Niton Junction – Edson United Church
55518 RR123. This is a fun is holding their annual
money casino. Door prizes of Harvest Supper at the
$1,000, $500 and two CFR Edson United Church
Rodeo Finals tickets. Dress at 5 p.m. Tickets are
western, old style or new. available by phoning
Supper at 7 pm with casino to 780-723-3034, 780-
follow. For tickets call Diane at 723-2487 or the
795-2206, Gladys at 795-2203 or church office 780-
Pat 795-2545. 723-3418.

November 12 October 20
CWL Bazaar from 11 am to 3 Kate's Kitchen free
pm. Tea/lunch. Available items lunch at St.
are: Bake Sale Items, Silent Catherine's Anglican
Auction, Canning, Clothing, Church. 11:30 am – 1
Jewelry, Spices, Crafts and many pm. All welcome.
more items. Contact 780-723-
3661. October 20
Brightwood Ranch is
November 17 holding their Fall
Centennial Park and Downtown Supper Thursday,
Light Up - Enjoy the lights ctober 20 from 5pm-
sparkling on the trees. Free 7pm at the
cookies and hot chocolate will be Brightwood Ranch, 2
provided from 430-6pm. kms east of Entwistle
Activities such as crafts for kids on Hwy. 16, 5 kms Staff from the Red Brick Arts Centre, Linda Wright and Kirsty Maskowitz, show the collective creation canvas holding
in the museum and possibly south on RR 73 and 2 designs from people who have attended the Community Art Exhibit from September 26 to October 7.
snowshoeing will also be offered. kms east. Brightwood Photo Mikaela Kuefler
Ranch is a camp run
for underprivileged
children and youth.
For more information EARS plans Halloween Monster Mash
call 780-727-3840.

October 23 by Deanna Mitchener Spooky Fun Filled Family event."
Harvest Dinner at If you would like to attend the event you can purchase
Park Court Hall on Looking for some great family fun at Halloween? Well, tickets at Century 21 Twin Realty Office or Diana's Pets and
Sunday, October 23, you're in luck. The Edson Animal Rescue Society (EARS) is Trophies. They will cost a bit more if you pay at the door.
from 12:30pm – holding a Family Halloween Party and Dance on October 29 "We have done a Halloween Party at the Bowling Alley for
2:00pm. Everyone is at the Edson Lion's Club Hall. the past couple of years but this year we wanted to do a bigger
invited to celebrate The event kicks off at 6:30 p.m. with lots of games, venue," said Ryan.
the end of another contests, a photo booth and plenty of prizes to be won. Ryan All proceeds from the Monster Mash will go towards
harvest season and Pozobut with the EARS society encourages everyone to come routine and emergency vet care for EARS animals. You can
join us for a great dressed up, even the adults. call them at 780-712-6788 for more information on how you
meal, quilt raffle and "There will prizes for the best costumes per age category can help support the event.
fird feeder raffle. and that includes the adults too. We have Chrissie Laurie- EARS is a non-profit society that relies on donations in
Please call 780-727- Handford as our DJ for the dance, raffles for some great order to continue rescuing, rehabilitating, and finding homes
4476 or 780-727-2138 prizes, and a 50/50 draw for a chance to win some big money, for pets. EARS is a no-kill rescue society and they believe that
for more information. said Ryan Pozobut. "There will be pizza and pop available to every animal deserves a fighting chance. Pet foster homes are
purchase if anyone gets hungry. Come out and join us for a used to care for unwanted animals until they can find them a
See Classified Page for loving permanent home.
monthly meetings
and activities
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