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

The Scene

Upcoming Mummies, movie and more at Youth Halloween Haunt

Events by Miranda L’Hirondelle got to make a potion." it up and offer it as drop-in with crafts,
All the games had a Halloween theme
games, movie, and pizza,” said Materi.
The Youth Interagency held a
such as Pumpkin Bowling, Mummy
The next event that the Youth
Halloween Haunt at the Red Brick Arts
Wrapping, and 'Catch the Creepy
Watercolour Workshop available to ages
October 29 Centre and Museum on October 19. Crawlers' where they covered gummy Interagency is putting on is a Fall
The free drop-in event was available
worms in whipped cream and the kids
11-17 on November 15 at the Red Brick
November 14 The Red Brick Movie for kids ages 11-17. Over 70 kids had to try and find them all. “We hung Arts Centre at 6-8 pm.
There will be a Muskeg Flyers Meeting at the Edson Public Library. Classics presents: It's attended and they were encouraged to donuts on string and they had to eat it There will also be 'Girls Night Out' on
For more information contact Barb at 780-723-2460. the Great Pumpkin, bring canned goods for donation to the without using their hands, it was cool,”
Charlie Brown! There Edson Food Bank. November 4 for grades 4-7 and
November 16 will be free popcorn and Various games and activities were said Jina Materi, the Recreation Program November 18 for grades 8 and up at
Coordinator with Yellowhead County.
Please join Kate's Kitchen for a free lunch at St. Catherine's a prize for best planned such as making glitter eyeball Pizza, snacks and beverages were Galloway Station Museum at 2:30 pm.
Anglican Church (617 Main Street). There is a lunch held every 3 costume. It starts at potions, with Lara Felsing as the available, and to end the event they You can register for these events online
Thursday of each month from 11:30 AM-1:00 PM. All welcome! 2pm and tickets are at or in person at Repsol
available at the Red instructor. Hailea Charlebois, one of the watched 'Goosebumps' the movie in the Place Guest Services.
November 17 - 19 Brick and Lyta Neill youth at the event, said, “I liked that I theatre. “This year we decided to change
The Edson Creative Arts Society and the Edson Craft Centre will Agencies.
jointly present recent works by area artists. The 2017 Palette and
Pottery exhibition and sale opens Friday, 17 from 7-9pm. (Opening October 29 & 31
Night punch/hors d'oeuvres reception) Saturday 18 , from 10am – The Niton Bottle Depot
5pm and Sunday 19 , from noon – 4pm at the Edson Library is holding their Haunted
Building (4726 – 8 Ave Edson, AB). House starting at 5 pm
and going until 9 pm.
November 3
Join members of the
Edson Curling Club at
the Recreation Complex
(3905A Golf Course
Road) to learn to curl.
18 years or older, all
equipment supplied,
please bring clean
indoor shoes. Advanced
sign up suggested you
can sign up by texting
780-517-7055, walk-ins
are welcome.
November 4
St. Catherine's Anglican
and Grace Lutheran
Churches Annual Tea Youth gather in the theatre at the Red Brick Arts Centre and Museum to watch the Goosebumps movie at the Youth
and Bazaar to be held at Interagency Halloween Haunt event on October 19. photo Miranda L’Hirondelle
the Red Brick Arts
Centre at 12 pm – 3 pm.
There will be baking,
auction in the tea room. Magic Show to support Special Olympics
crafts and a silent

November 4 By Deanna Mitchener
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monthly meetings families, other Special
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