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

The Scene


September 22 & 23
The Sacred Heart Parish Catholic Church (4803, 6 Ave) is holding a garage sale starting Friday at 7 to 9pm and Saturday 9am to 2pm. Events
September 24
Join the Town of Edson for a guided tour on the trail system that will leave you confident in navigating the trails and informed about what September 15
surrounds you. It starts at 3 and ends at 4:30. Krysta Hawboldt, Recreation & Culture Coordinator Town of Edson will be the guide for the Out on the Town
tour. The tour is free but you must pre-register online at or in person at Repsol Place. Please wear appropriate footwear. Edson is presenting
Children are welcome but the trails are not stroller friendly. Beers and Brushes at
Repsol Places
September 30 Hospitality Room at
There will be a tile decorating workshop at 1-3pm hosted by Hilary Fossheim at the Red Brick Arts Centre. There are limited spots 7pm-9:30pm. The
available so please contact the Red Brick before September 8 to sign up! Ages 10 and up are eligible to attend. Contact 1-780-723-3582 event is for ages 18
for more information or to sign up. and up and you can
register online at
October 1 or in
Rotary Sundays in the Park is holding the 'Culture Days' at 1-5pm at Galloway Station Museum. Come and enjoy live entertainment, multi- person at Repsol Place
cultural cuisine, street organ, crafts and more with family and friends. It is free to attend and fun for the whole family. For more Guest Services.
information call The Community Services at 780-723-4403.
September 17 The Community Registration Night at the Edson Friendship Centre on September 6 was well attended. Community
October 14 There will be a members were checking out all the programs and clubs including sports, recreation, and learning opportunities, and
There will be a Harvest Bazaar and Tea at the Red Brick Arts Centre from 10am to 3pm. Visit the Home based business and craft tables Carnival and Chili having some fun too. Registrations went from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. See next issue for the full story. photo Deanna
upstairs in Studio A, stock up on preserves and baking in the Gallery and grab a quick lunch in Tillie's Tea Room. Cook-off at the Mitchener
Family of Faith
October 19 Church which starts at
The Youth Interagency is holding a 'Halloween Haunt' at the Red Brick Arts Centre which starts at 4pm and ends at 8pm. It is free drop in 12pm-2:30pm. There Get your pledges ready for the Seniors Walkathon
and is for ages 11-17. will be carnival
games, bouncy house, by Deanna Mitchener located in the Old Hospital. If you are it would be meaningful to see more youth
face painting, life- unable to pick up your pledge form, and out taking part. There is a growing gap
sized mascot and a Parkland Lodge is holding their annual would like, I could even drop one off for between seniors and youth.
prize table with over
2000 prizes! It is Walkathon for seniors on September 23. you. The Walkathon starts at 10 a.m. on Seniors are at risk of being socially
absolutely free and The idea behind this Walkathon is to show September 23 at the Old Hospital also isolated and disconnected from their
everyone is welcome support for seniors in the community. It is known as Parkland Lodge until further communities and getting young people
to join! for everyone to get out and enjoy a nice notice. Some of our seniors will walk involved with local seniors and show them
leisurely stroll with someone you know. around the hospital, others will go farther. support by getting pledges for the
September 17 They do not have to be a senior, and you All funds raised will go to benefit the Walkathon, would be a very welcome step.
The Terry Fox Run can walk, run, or even bike if you'd like. Lodge residents with their quality of life.” This event is a great opportunity to show
will be held at Repsol Ann Steffes said, "Pledge forms are The second point of the Walkathon is to support for seniors and help raise some
Place. Registration is available by contacting myself at 780-723- help raise awareness for community needed funds
at 12:30 and the run 4522, or stop by the temporary lodge members to stay in touch with seniors, and
starts at 1pm. Run, (SEE DISPLAY PAGE 13)
walk or bike the 5km
or 10km route. Dogs
and strollers welcome. Fun gymkhana planned in Wildwood
Pledge forms are
available at Repsol
Place, ATB Financial, The Wildwood & District Agricultural rules that everybody with every riding "If you want to enter a game, I will call
Town office, Sobeys, Society is planning to put on a fun level can enjoy, as long as you have out the rules and pattern and you can line
and the Edson Library. gymkhana (without official rules) for control over your horse. Make sure your up at the gate. So, let your friends know,
You can also collect everybody to come out and enjoy. insurance is up to date and your cinch not and saddle clubs —please spread the
pledges online at Come in English or Western gear for this frayed!" said organizer Sylvia Martinetz. word," said Martinetz. fun event that will be held on Sunday, A nominal entry fee of $ 5.00 is You can call or email Sylvia Martinetz
September 24 at the Wildwood requested to cover some of the expenses. t o e n t e r a t 7 8 0 - 3 2 5 - 3 8 1 7 o r
September 18 –
October 1 Fairgrounds. Gates will open at 11 a.m. and the games
The Red Brick Arts "We will be making up some games and will start at 1 p.m.
Centre is holding an
exhibit that is open to
everyone at any age.
Individuals can enter a
piece of art, made
from any medium, as
long as it is
handmade. It will run
Monday – Friday at
9am – 4:30pm and 1-
4pm on September 30.
For more info or to
enter contact 1-780-

September 21
Please join Kate's
Kitchen for a free
lunch at St.
Catherine's Anglican
Church (617 Main
Street). There is a
lunch held every 3
Thursday of each
month from 11:30
AM-1:00 PM. All
This 1952 GMC no longer responds to fires, but is always out in support of parades, car shows, and events, including the
See Classified Page for Crusin' To End MS," said Firefighter Ian Scott. Standing in front of the old truck is Ethan Derksen (6), Jaclyn Bergesen,
monthly meetings
and activities Ian Scott, and Kyle Holt on August 24 out in support of Crusin' To End MS at the Edson A&W. photo Deanna Mitchener
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