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October 16
Potluck Supper and Family Movie Night at the Edson United Church from 6 – 9pm.
October 17
Red Brick Arts Centre and Museum , 4818 – 7ave will be hosting their annual Harvest Bazaar and Tea from 10am – 3pm. If you would like to book a table contact or for more THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2015 PAGE 7
info call 780-723-3582 or
October 17 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
Evansburg Art Club AGM will be held at noon at the Wildwood Seniors. Join to exercise your creativity! Call Janat 780-727-4340 for more info.

October 22 The Scene A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
Fall Supper at the Brightwood Ranch from 5 – 7pm, south on Rge Rd 73 east of Entwistle. For more info contact the ranch at 780-727-3840

Upcoming Events
October 24 The Scene
Fall Harvest Supper & Dance with live music by Crossfire will be held at the Pinedale Hall. Doors open at 6. For tickets call Trudy at 780-723-1463 or stop by to see Leona at Upcoming Events
In Your Drawers.
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
October 25 October 4
The Scene
Pot Luck Lunch at the Edson United Church at 12pm. Annual Harvest
October 25 Supper at the Edson
United Church at 5pm.
Harvest Dinner from 12:30 – 2pm at the Park Court Hall. Come celebrate the end of another harvest season and join them for a great meal, quilt raffle and bird feeder raffle. Tickets available by
Please call 780-727-4476 or 780-727-2138 for more info. phoning 780-723-
3034 or 780-723-2487
October 30
Youth Group/family Halloween Party at the Edson United Church from 3 -6pm. October 4
Animal Blessing
October 31 Service at The Edson
MacKay Community Hall's Halloween Dance Party from 9pm-2am. For tickets call Karen at 780-795-2462 or Darlene at 780-795-2350. United Church at
10:30am. Annual
November 19 – 21 Harvest Supper tickets
Red Brick Arts Centre and Museum, 4818 -7ave will be hosting their Annual Festival of Trees. November 19,20 will be from 9am – 9pm and the 21 , 11am -9pm. Contact available by phoning
780-723-3582 or for more information or to make a donation. 780-723-3034 or 780-

October 6
Artists of all
experience levels are
invited to attend the
Edson Creative Arts
Society monthly
meeting at the Edson
Public Library, art William Banfield, who starred as Jim McCrackin, with actress Kristin Johnston as a monk in the action movie parody Jim
studio at 7pm. McCrackin 3: Release the McCrackin at the first of Chautauqua's “picks of the Fringe” series. photo Adrienne Tait

October 9
Edson Farmers Market
Society – Turkey ‘Release the McCrakin’ parody
Draw – at the Edson
Friendship Centre
from 10:30am – 2pm featured for Chautauqua

October 12
The next meeting for by Adrienne Tait audience followed determine which scenes F r i n g e ” p l a y s
the Pinedale Hall will McCrackin who is a between play and screen were best done on stage Chautauqua is bringing
b e c o m i n g m o r e
be a week early. Chautauqua Edson “ h i g h l y t r a i n e d seamless. and which were best on to Edson in addition to
Meeting starts at 7pm. Arts Council's opening assassin” as he tried to A s t h e y h a d i n screen. their regular musical
Please come out to get picks of the fringe play rediscover his identity previous shows, the cast The timing required in season.
involved in the was Jim McCrackin 3: including guessing at and crew offered at order to make certain The next play is Rapid
community. You do Release the McCrackin e v e r y t h i n g f r o m question and answer scenes look realistic Fire Theatre's “Off
not have to be a and was the final veterinarian to assistant period following the including catching an ax B o o k ” w h i c h i s
member to attend. installment of the manager of a coffee play allowing the mid-air, removing bag s c h e d u l e d f o r
McCrackin trilogy and shop as his career path. audience to interact pipes from a door, and a November 4 followed
was arguably the best. The Accidental humor with the actors. Several scene set in a house of by SodHouse Theatre's
The parody saw the Co.'s visual graphics of the questions focused mirrors also sparked “ S h a n g r i - L a ” o n
See Classified Page for hero, Jim McCrackin, along with the plot lines on the integration of the i n t e r e s t w i t h t h e February 10. Tickets
monthly meetings wake up in a monastery for McCrackin have imagery within the play audience. are available at Thymes
and activities with amnesia. The also evolved over the i n c l u d i n g t h e R e l e a s e t h e Two, the Red Brick, or
course of the trilogy development of the McCrackin is the first of by calling Marilyn at
with the interaction imagery and how to three “picks of the (780)723-6224.

Edson Lions Club assists

local cancer support groups

by Deanna Mitchener

Charlene Parker with the Edson
Run of Hope received a cheque from
the Edson Lions Club in the amount
of $1,500 on September 25. "The
money will stay in our local
community and it will be used for the
breast cancer support groups to help
people that are going through breast
cancer or other cancer treatments,"
says Parker.
Geoffrey Besler acting president
for the Edson Lions Club said, "The
Lions Club likes to help out when we
can and the cancer support group is a
great cause and we are thrilled to be
able to help them with a donation. It
is nice knowing the money will be
staying locally to help those in need Charlene Parker with the Edson Run of Hope accepts a cheque
within our community and for $1,500 from Arden Lohner and Geoffery Besler with the
surrounding area. Edson Lions Club on September 25. photo Adrienne Tait
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