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Dec 22-Barrhead Art Gallery: Fall Exhibition
Visit the Barrhead Art Gallery’s Fall Exhibition and celebrate local artists.11 AM – 3 PM. Barrhead Art Gallery/ 4814 – 53 Avenue.
Jan 29-Rapid Fire Improv
The talented ensemble from Rapid Fire Theatre only needs one thing to create a brand new musical right before your eyes; a suggestion from the audience! 8 PM, Barrhead Composite Drama Theatre. 5307 – 53 Avenue, rear entrance. 780-674-4933.
Jan 13-Light – A Concert
Camrose Camerata adult chamber choir presents a concert of choral music that celebrates the idea of Light in the darkest time of the year. Messiah Lutheran Church Sanctuary at 4810-50 Street, Camrose. Tickets at the door or call 780-672-3372.
Jan 25 to Jan 26-2019 Canadian Bull Congress – 33rd Annual
Two day agricultural show with purebred cattle shows and exhibits. 4-H Heifer Project Show, Jr Bull and Heifer Shows along with agricultural trade exhibits and breed associations. Canadian Bull Congress at Camrose, Alberta
Feb 16 to 18-Snow Fever
4 Wing Cold Lake, City of Cold Lake and Kinosoo Ridge Snow Resort are collaborating on a three-day Family Day weekend extravaganza. Bring your family for skiing, live music, good food, ice sculptures, sleigh ride and more. 802 Lakeshore Dr., Cold Lake.
Dec 9-Pancake Breakfast
9 am – 12 Noon. Everyone Welcome. 5138 – 52 Avenue. Senior Citizen Club Of Drayton Valley
Feb 1-The New Jersey Jukebox
Join the Drayton Valley Max Centre in a concert style experience showcasing all your favorite songs from Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons and the Tony Award winning musical Jersey Boys. Doors open 5:30, super 6:30 and show starts 8:00. 780-898-1707
Sept 30 to Mar 12-Learn to Skate Programs
This is an introductory Skating Program for Ages 3 and 4. It is a FUN program that introduces children to the basics of getting up off the ice, standing, balancing, and movement on the ice. Sept 30 – Mar 12. P: 587.525.7755.E: Info@skatecrestwood.ca
Nov 13 to June 11-Needlecraft Guild Embroidery Classes
Learn beginner or advanced embroidery. We love to meet other textile enthusiasts. We meet the 2nd Tuesday of every month, 6:30 pm to 9:30 at United on Whyte Church, lower hall. Visit our website www.edmontonneedlecraftguild.com or find us on Facebook.
Dec 8-Venetian Carnival Multi-Office Christmas Party
You’re Invited to the Ultimate Multi-Office Christmas Party! Saturday Dec 8th Edmonton Expo Centre. Tickets available at veniceinyeg.com or call 780.802.9720. Festivities, Food Fun! 3 course dinner, carnival games and dancing to the live band, Uptown.
Dec 14-WILDNorth Pole – A Wildlife Holiday Festival
Join us at the WILDNorth Pole! This Wildlife Holiday Event will have fun for the whole family with live performers, holiday baked treats, crafts, animal ambassadors, and photos with Santa! Event runs from 6- 9PM at the Queen Mary Park Community Centre!
Dec 15-4th Annual Turkeys on the Trail
Join us for our annual fun run! In lieu of an entry fee, participants bring foodmonetary donations-100 is donated to the Edmonton Food Bank! Distances are 1k, 5k, 10k 25k! Post run fooddrink, vendor expo, door prizes more! Find us on Eventbrite!
Ongoing-Strathearn A.V. Club
A wide variety of free and low-cost programming takes place at the Strathearn Community Hall, 9511-90st: Dec 13 Jan 10 – Board Games Bridge; Dec 20 – AV Club; Jan 17 – Family Games; Jan 24 – Scorsese Film Series. More events at StrathearnCL.org
Sept 15 2018 to Jun 15 2019-Jam City Edson
This event is free and open to all the citizens of Edson. Music criteria must be kid friendly! Come and join us for some fun and awesome local talent! Doors open at 6PM. Event is 3 hrs.Bethel Pentecostal Family Worship Centre @ 6350 13 Ave, Edson.
Fort Saskatchewan (Includes Lamont and Bruderheim)
Dec 22 to Feb 23-Snowshoe & Stargaze
Trek over snow and gaze into a star-filled sky. Following a short guided hike on snowshoes you’ll enjoy snacks around a fire and learn about the night sky above. Register in advance and meet at the Astotin Lake Beach Parking Lot. 780-922-5790
Jan 5-1st Fort Sask Scouts Bottle Drive
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Bottle drive to raise funds for our programming and activities. 10215 River Road, Fort Saskatchewan.
Dec 31-First Footings New Year’s Eve Celebration
Bundle up and go for a sleigh-ride, skate on the pond or try snowshoeing. Then come inside to warm up with hot chocolate and enjoy entertainment and children’s activities. Starts 6:30 10 PM Fireworks. Muskoseepi Park. Free. All ages welcome.
Feb 16 t0 18-Neighbourhood Winter Blast
Everything from ice skating, tobogganning, snow man contest, hot chocolate and more, this is a day that you will not want to miss! Checkif your Neighbourhood has any activities planned for Winter Blast, visit cityofgp.com/neighbourhoods.
2nd Sunday-Square Dance Club of Hinton
The club now meets the 2nd Sunday of the month, November through April, from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm, at the Hinton United Church (bottom level). Call Trudy at 780-865-5141 or Lori at 780-865-4673. The cost is $10 to dance, spectators are free. 3:00 PM - 5:30
Jan -26-Family Literacy Day
Come to the Library to celebrate literacy with a puppet show, games, crafts, and AN ESCAPE ROOM!
Leduc and Nisku
Dec-9 Annual Handmade for the Holidays Pottery Sale
Lloydminster Potters Guild Annual Handmade for the Holidays Sale is Sunday, December 9 noon-4pm at the Lloydminster Cultural Science Centre west door. Shop locally handcrafted pottery in one easy stop. Meet the artisans and enjoy some refreshments.
Jan 8-Children’s Grief Support
This group is designed to support children, ages 6 to 18, experiencing grief and loss due to death of a special person. Cost $20 per family, subsidy available.Midwest Family Connections, #103, 4910 – 50 Street.contact Shirley at 780-846-2576.
Morinville(Includes Legal, Redwater, Gibbons, and Bon Accord)
Dec 20 – 40th Annual Morinville Community Christmas Celebration
An Interdenominational Musical Jubilee. All Welcome. St. Jean Baptiste Catholic Church.10020 100 Ave.@ 7:30 pm. Knights of Columbus will be collecting donations for the Food Bank.
Nov 28 to Dec 1-Anne of Green Gables
Full-length play adaptation of the classic novel. Evenings at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 1 matinee at 1:30 p.m. at Regina Performing Arts Centre, 1077 Angus St. Tickets available at the Centre, by phoning 306-779-2277, or on line at www.reginalittletheatre.com
Dec 1 – Annual Cookie Walk
Sherwood Park United Church will hold its annual cookie walk on December 1 starting at 9 am at 20 Fir Street. Come select your home baked favorites from dozens of items. Come early for best selection
Nov 30-Christmas Bake Sale
Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church. 303 Church Rd, Spruce Grove Invites you to our 4th Annual CHRISTMAS BAKE SALE. 10 am – 2 pm Main Level. Come and get your favourite goodies for the Christmas Season!
Dec 16-Carols and Bells Handbell Concert
St. Andrews two handbell choirs present their 15th annual Christmas concert at 2:30 PM or 7:00 PM at St. Andrew’s United Church in Spruce Grove. A freewill offering will be received. A donation will be made to NeighbourLink Parkland. All are welcome.
Dec 7-A Gift To The Community
The 32nd Festival of Christmas Carols. St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Stony Plain. 5021-52 Ave. 7:00pm – 9:00pm. Please help us support the Parkland Food Bank. Bring a monetary donation or food items. Sweets Refreshments after the show