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The Scene
September 17
Floor Curling meeting at the Pioneer Cabin at 1pm. Come out and participate and have some fun.
September 17
Edson Food Bank Annual Drive – Volunteers needed. If interested call Luella t 780-723-3829
September 20
Parkland Auxiliary is sponsoring its annual Grandparents' Walkathon starting at 10am form the lodge. Entry forms are available at the lodge on 9th avenue. This is a major
fundraiser for the benefit of the Lodge Residents. For more info call Ivan at 780-723-4020 or Ann at 780-723-4522.
September 22 – October 10 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
In honor of Culture Days to compliment Arts on Fire the Red Brick Arts Centre is inviting artists, photographers, artisans to submit their work for a fire themed exhibit. For
more info contact the Red Brick at 780-723-3582. THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2014 PAGE 7
September 24 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
New Peers Community Group will be holding a special meeting for the election of directors and executives at 7:30pm at the Peers Community Centre, 5202-49 Ave. All
interested parties are welcome. Voting memberships can be purchased for $1 at the door. For more info call 780-204-0876 or peersagsociety@gmail.com
September 26 to the 28th The Scene
Celebrate Alberta Culture Days at Centennial Park.
Upcoming Events Hillbilly Demolition and
Upcoming Events






Starting Oct 18-Dec 14 Mud Bog a smashing success
Habitat for Humanity is recruiting volunteers to by Deanna Mitchener Pontiac Sunbird which was built and donated by
help in Honduras for one or two weeks, starting Dustin Wills from Lloydminister. Fast was able to
October 18 to December 14, 2014. Call Karen at It was another exciting event for the Edson Hillbilly place in the Saturday heat enabling him to advance to
780-723-5675 for more information. Demolition and Mud Bog that took place August 30 the Mini Main (A) event held on Sunday.
and 31. Unfortunately he came in last but had a great time.
September 7 "The event started back in 1999 out at the Rodeo "Participants come from all over for the event which
Rotary Sunday in the Park at Centennial Park Grounds. It took place there for a couple of years, and is always great to see. Many locals support and
from 1 to 5 pm. Harvest Jam, Bouncy House, then moved to Sok's Pit. Gerry and Pauline volunteer each year, and we have participants come
Face painting and refreshments. Sokolowski have been donating the use of their land from Hinton, Whitecourt, Mayerthorpe, Onoway, Fox
for the past 14 years," said Heather Cokes. Creek, Spruce Grove, Thorsby, Gunn, Alder Flats,
Sept 7,14,21,28 The site offers plenty of room for spectators and Sylvan Lake, Lloydminister, Edmonton, and even had
Non-Denominational Gospel Services at the participants with some even camping at the site for the from as far away as B.C this year," said Cokes.
MacKay Hall. The Bible taught in simplicity weekend. There were approximately 40 people helped
giving hope and purpose to life. All Welcome Call Competitions included the full size, the mini, truck,
780-935-2706 for more info. powder puff, and mechanics derby events. As well throughout the weekend.
Heather said, "With sincere appreciation, we would
there is the tough trucks and the mud bog events. "Over like to thank everyone who helped make our weekend
September 13
Evansburg Art Club Paints! Oils with Deanne the two day event we see approximately 1,500 people successful. Thank you to the participants and fans that
Jackson at the Evansburg Arena from 10am to 4 pass through the gate. This year we had a total of 105 come out to the event every year. Without them we
pm. $50, potluck lunch. Register with Jan at 780- participants wouldn't have a show. The support, donations, and
727-4340 "We raised $750 from the Stollery car draw plus sponsors we receive from local business and our
$3,775 that was donated back to the organization by community is outstanding each year and greatly
September 13 participants who gave back their winnings to support appreciated. Many thanks to the volunteers who
Suicide Awareness Walk (Braedans Voice) 8:30 the cause. helped out before, during, and after the event, it was
pm at Centennial Park. Theme is Light Up the Ed Fast, from the Edson area, won the Stollery 1990 greatly appreciated."
Darkness. Everyone is welcome, bring glow
sticks.

September 15
Lobstick 4-H Beef & Multi Club will be meeting
on Monday, September 15 for the organizational
meeting to begin the next 4-H year. The meeting
will be held at Jodi Anderson's house in
Evansburg beginning at 7:00 pm. Everyone is
welcome to attend. If you are interested in joining
4-H or would like more information about it,
come to the meeting on September 15, or call
Jackie Blahun at 780-727-2541.


See Classified Page for
monthly meetings and activities


Fall Film Festival


at Nova Theatre


Car # 814 driven by Sean Smith (blue) took the win against car 44 driven by Wade Makdaner (black) in
by Adrienne Tait H e l e n M i r r e n , a the Hillbilly Demolition derby August 30 - 31. Photo: Deanna Mitchener
c o m p e t i t i v e F r e n c h
Each Sunday throughout restaurant owner who is
the month of September none too thrilled when an
and the first of October, the East Indian family opens
Nova Theatre is hosting its up a new eatery across the
Fall Film Festival. street.
The first film of the The final film of the LOOKING FOR
festival is Jersey Boys, festival follows James Edson
shown on September 7 at 4 Brown's rise from poverty
p.m. The Clint Eastwood to fame as the “Godfather PIANO PLAYERS,
directed film chronicles the of Soul” in Get On Up.
lives of the Four Seasons Chadwick Boseman, who
band members from their played Jackie Robinson in CONDUCTORS AND SINGERS
start on the wrong side of last year's film hit 42, stars Annual Food Drive
the tracks, to its 1960s as Brown. The film is Vocal Variations always welcomes new
music fame. scheduled for October 5.
September 14 will bring The Nova Theatre hosts members to each Fall & Spring Term,
W
the second film of the in annual Home Grown Wednesday Sept. 17, 2014ednesday Sept. 17, 2014 ages 16 to adult.
festival with And So It Film Festival every spring
Goes. The film stars which features local or
Michael Douglas as a self- r e g i o n a l f i l m a n d Pianists, Conductors and Singers
absorbed real estate agent filmmakers. The search for
who suddenly finds feature and short films has are invited to join.
himself taking care of a already begun with NEEDED No choral experience is necessary.

granddaughter he never s u b m i s s i o n s b e i n g
knew existed. The film accepted for consideration
to g
also stars Diane Keaton as at Landmark Cinemas to go door to door o door to door For information contact
Douglas's next door Nova Theatre until April 1,
and collect donations.tions.
neighbour. 2015. and collect dona Crystal at crystal.handford@hotmail.com
The last Sunday in For details regarding the or 780-728-5257
September the Nova fall film festival, including
Theatre will be showing show times, contact the If interested please call
T h e H u n d r e d - F o o t Nova Theatre or call the
Journey. Based on the movie line at 780-723-
novel by Richard C. 3685. Luella at 780-723-3829.
Morais, the film features
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