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

The Scene

Upcoming Music, food and fun at annual Harvest Jam

September 28 Events
There is a support group meeting at 7pm in the Community Hall Room 0-4030 at the Edson Hospital. Enter through the doors in the Long
Term Care or Continuing Care. This group is open to everyone going through cancer or having gone through cancer. Everyone is welcome.
Any questions call 780-723-1729. September 18 –
October 1
September 30 The Red Brick Arts
There will be a tile decorating workshop at 1-3pm hosted by Hilary Fossheim at the Red Brick Arts Centre. There are limited spots available Centre is holding an
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 for more exhibit that is open to
information or to sign up. everyone at any age.
Individuals can enter a
October 1 piece of art, made
Rotary Sundays in the Park is holding the 'Culture Days' at 1-5pm at Galloway Station Museum. Come and enjoy live entertainment, multi- from any medium, as
cultural cuisine, street organ, crafts and more with family and friends. It is free to attend and fun for the whole family. For more information long as it is handmade.
call The Community Services at 780-723-4403. It will run Monday –
Friday at 9am –
October 14 4:30pm and 1-4pm on
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 September 30. For
upstairs in Studio A, stock up on preserves and baking in the Gallery and grab a quick lunch in Tillie's Tea Room. more info or to enter
contact 1-780-723-
October 15 3582
The Edson United Church is holding their Annual Harvest Supper at 5pm. Tickets available by phoning 780-723-3034 or 780-723-2487.
September 21
October 19 Please join Kate's
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 and Kitchen for a free
is for ages 11-17. lunch at St. Catherine's David and the Titans entertained during Rotary Sunday Harvest Jam on September 10. photo Deanna Mitchener
Anglican Church (617
October 22 Main Street). There is
Harvest Dinner at Park Court Hall from 12:30-2pm. Everyone is invited to celebrate the end of another harvest season and join us for a great a lunch held every 3 by Deanna Mitchener amazing success. I was so excited to see close. "We will have our final
meal, quilt raffle and bird feeder raffle. Please call 780-727-4476 or 780-727-2138 for more information. Thursday of each Fall was definitely in the air during the how many families with their children community event on October 1, from
month from 11:30 annual Rotary Sunday Harvest Jam. The were out and about. It was a beautiful day, 1p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Galloway Station
AM-1:00 PM. All event was held in the RCMP Centennial a tad windy, but I'll take it." Museum, inside," said Broda.
welcome! Park on September 10, and was free to "The music was fantastic and enjoyed Stop in for free entertainment, cultural
everyone. by all. David and the Titans and our local food, and an international Edson display
September 22 & 23 During the Harvest Jam free chilli and band FlexBender sounded great. Overall I of information prepared by Edson and
The Sacred Heart District Community Learning and
Parish Catholic buns were being served by Rotarians. can't complain, another great free
Church (4803, 6 Ave) Local bands, games and crafts, and other community event that could be enjoyed Genevieve Gliddon at Learning Works
is holding a garage entertainment were taking place by everyone," said Broda. and her team. "It's going to be a great
sale starting Friday at throughout the day and it was a great way Rotary Sunday water bottles were wrap-up, hope to see you all there," said
7 to 9pm and Saturday to spend some quality time with family available for free at the Galloway Station Broda.
9am to 2pm. and friends. Museum while supplies last.
Ali Broda, Town of Edson Recreation Alberta Culture Days are coming
September 24 and Culture Programmer, said, "It was a , and that means our Rotary
Join the Town of busy day and the Harvest Jam was an Sunday Season is coming to a
Edson for a guided
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Kathy Hicks paints Jersey Mitchell's face on September 10, during EDSON DRY CLEANERS
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FOR RENT Chelan Findlay and her daughter Raylynn Findlay (5)
26th Annual Early Bird Craft Show Approx. enjoyed checking out all the animals in the Petting Zoo on
September 10. The Petting Zoo was run by Maddy Edwards
with Butterfield Arecas down by Calgary. Maddy says "I
by Deanna Mitchener gifts and ideas. came up this morning for the Harvest Jam here in Edson
1,000 sq. ft.
This is the second year that the Edson 1,000 sq. ft. with eight goats, four sheep, two piglets, four rabbits and
Whether you enjoy craft, ideas, or are looking Axmen Rugby Club has been looking after the five chicks. It has been nice and busy today with lots of
110 - 50 Street
to buy a unique gift for that special the Craft organization of the event as a fundraiser. 110 - 50 Street people coming to check out the animals. We do travel to
Show will have all kinds of ideas for you to "There will be plenty to see and choose from other communities, but Edson is the farthest we have ever
choose from. as there are some new vendors along with come. When we are done here, we will be heading home,
This is the 26th Annual Craft Show will be some favorites that will be returning. We hope the animals travel really well, they seem to like napping on
taking place on September 22 from 5 p.m. to 9 to see a good crowd out to support all the the trips and socializing once they get out along with eating
and drinking." Photo by Deanna Mitchener
p.m. and will continue on September 23 from 10 vendors," said Val Kuzmic. 780-517-2727
a.m. until 4 p.m. So be sure to plan on attending
one of those days to check out all the astonishing (see ad on page 26) (David)
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