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


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Events
Events



November 15
Beaver Meadow Ag Society is October 23
hosting a Ranchers' Saloon and Harvest Dinner at
Casino at the Beaver Meadow Park Court Hall
Hall north of Niton Junction at (Evansburg) on
55518 RR123. This is a fun Sunday, October 23,
money casino. Door prizes are from 12:30pm –
$1,000, $500 and two CFR 2:00pm. Everyone is
Rodeo Finals tickets. Dress invited to celebrate
western, old style or new. the end of another
Supper is at 7 pm with casino to harvest season and
follow. For tickets call Diane at join us for a great
795-2206, Gladys at 795-2203 or meal, quilt raffle and
Pat 795-2545. fird feeder raffle. Jacquie Kneteman and Gerrie Clery were selling raffle tickets and cook books during the Red Brick annual Harvest
Please call 780-727- Bazaar and Tea on October 15. The Red Brick ladies come together and shared some of their family favorites to make
November 17 4476 or 780-727-2138 the Red Brick Family Favorite Cook Book. Jacquie said, "The cook books are selling good, community members seem
Centennial Park and Downtown for more information. to like them." photo Deanna Mitchener
Light Up - Enjoy the lights
sparkling on the trees. Free October 24
cookies and hot chocolate will be Free Zumba is offered Red Brick fills up for Harvest Bazaar and Tea
provided from 430-6pm. on October 24 from 8-
Activities such as crafts for kids 845pm. Call Ali at by Deanna Mitchener Trees. “We had great fun making the cook books, they are a
in the museum and possibly Community Services treasure that's for sure,” says Stitzenberger.
snowshoeing will also be offered. (780)723-4403 or Betty Stitzenberger, a member of the Red Brick, was very There is also a large supply of canning available until the
alicjab@edson.ca to pleased with how many people and vendors came out in Festival of Trees.
November 18 register. support of their annual Red Brick Harvest Bazaar and Tea on The Red Brick thanked all donators, vendors, and people
Girls Night Out for girls in October 15. who came out. “Without people attending we couldn't do this,”
grades 8 & Up, starting at October 28 Stitzenberger feels more venders and people came out than says Betty.
2:30PM at the Galloway Station Edson Farmers' last year, as they filled two rooms. "The bazaar seemed to go All the proceeds from the Red Brick events are used to keep
Museum. Activities will include Market Society over very well. People I talked with said they were glad they the building “alive and well”. "We were quite worried with the
doing hair, makeup, crafts, eating Halloween Party on came and found some great deals." economy and thought that we wouldn't have a good turnout
dinner and going to the movies at Friday, October 28 "For our tea we had five ladies that brought in all sorts of this year but the event went over very well,” says Betty.
the Nova Theatre (rating from 10:30 am – 2:00 goodies including buns, wraps and many fancy desserts. The Currently, the Red Brick organization is seeking new
dependent). At the end of the pm at the Edson tea room was full from 10:30 a.m. right up until 2 p.m. The members. The organization meets once a month to plan
night, girls will receive a free Friendship Centre. ladies did a fabulous job," says Betty. upcoming events. Anyone interested should call (780) 723-
gift. Register at www.edson.ca or The organization's first cook book sale was a success and 2582. “We have lots of volunteers who donate and help out,
in person at Respol Place Guest October 29
Services. Halloween Dance at will be available for purchase again during the Festival of which we really appreciate but it would be nice to have more
join,” explains Betty.
McKay Community
November 18-20 Centre (Niton) 9 pm –
The Edson Creative Arts Society 2 am. Prizes for Best Teeny Tiny Puppet shows at Library
and the Edson Craft Centre Dressed Couple, Best
present recent works by area Homemade Costume
artists. The 2016 Palette and and Best Original. by Mikaela Kuefler them. The future looks bright. We'll see where it goes,” says
Pottery exhibition and sale opens Snacks and midnight
Friday, November 18, 2016 from lunch with music by Trish.
7-9 p.m. (Opening Night has D.J. Cliff Anderson. The Edson Public Library hosted its first Teeny Tiny Puppet “For the first show, it was a really good turnout. We're going
punch/hors d'oeuvres reception), For info and tickets Theatre featuring fairy tales on October 15. The library had a to stick with fairy tales because they've got such universal
Saturday, November 19, 2016 call Karen 780-795- turnout of approximately 25 children to watch the interactive aspects. There's a reason why they're classics. There's always
from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and 2462 or Darlene 780- show. something you can talk about,” advised Trish.
Sunday, November 20, 2016 795-2350. The idea came when library manager, Helen Prosser, For the month of October, this will be the only puppet show
from Noon – 4 p.m. at the Edson expressed her interest in puppetry three years ago. Thereafter, until November. Next month, the library plans to have more
Library Building on 4726 8 November 1 & 2 the library collected an arrangement of hand puppets and shows. “We would like to have it as a weekly Saturday event.
Avenue. Rural Women's made a puppet theatre during kitchen renovations. The puppet We're working up to that if we get the support from the
Conference November theatre is part of the kitchen wall and faces the children's side community. We would love to see it as a continuous event,”
1 at Anselmo Hall and of the library, letting children play with the theatre. explains Trish.
October 22 Carrot Creek Hall on With the recent
The Edson and District Public November 2. There is addition of
Library is holding a Star Wars room for four more programming to the
Reads Day from 11-2pm. women to attend this Library Page positions,
Activities include crafts and conference. Please
books with some snacks to enjoy. contact Janice at the Pages and volunteers
Evansburg arena 780- put on the puppet show.
727-4340. “We have some
October 22
The Fall Harvest Dance takes November 12 fantastic Library Pages
place in the Pinedale Community Sacred Heart CWL who have a little bit of a
Hall from 6pm-1am. Includes Bazaar from 11 am to theatre background.
supper. For tickets call Sharon 3 pm. Event includes Now is the time to start
(780)723-3655 or Leona a tea/lunch, bake sale the show,” remarks
(780)712-2952. Tickets can also items, silent auction, librarian, Trish Thurner.
canning, clothing, Puppeteers were
jewelry, spices, crafts provided a fairy tale
and many more items. script written by Helen
Come and check it but “depending on the
out! Contact 780- kids putting on the
723-3661. show, some will
improvise and just roll
See Classified Page for with it. This was a great Grace Raidan, Mia Spreen and Artemis Thurner put on the Teeny Tiny Puppet show at the
monthly meetings learning experience for
and activities Edson Public Library on October 15. photo Mikaela Kuefler
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