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Athabasca

Barrhead

Feb. 26 – Athabasca Seniors’ Pancake Breakfast
7:30 – 10 a.m. Pancakes, eggs, sausages, syrup, coffee, tea, juice. $8.00 Everyone welcome. Take-outs available.

Mar. 15-17 – Ice Carnival
Come for the free events and stay for the ice sculptures and exhibits held at Agrena – call 780-674-7630 for information.

April 21 – Potluck Community Party
Starting at 4:30 p.m. with singalong. Eating at 5:30 p.m. Card or board games to follow. Welcome anyone who doesn’t want to cook for one, or wants to make new friends, and would enjoy good company and fun. Bring a side dish, salad, appetizer, or dessert if you can, and a favorite game if you wish.

Camrose

Feb. 13 to 17 – Same Time Next Year: A Romantic Comedy
A love affair between 2 people, married to others, who rendezvous once a year. 25 years of marriage and morals are hilariously and touchingly played out. Dinner theater available Feb 15, 16, 17. Tickets at manluktheatre.com. Call 780-352-8383 for info.

March 8 -10 – Culture FUZE Ukrainian Dance Festival
Open to the public! Join Ukrainian Dance participants from all across the province as they perform in a weekend long celebration of Ukrainian Dance. Everyone welcome! Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre. More information click here.

March 25 – Chor Leoni Men’s Choir
Known internationally and loved locally, Chor Leoni Men’s Choir is recognized as one of the world’s vanguard male vocal ensembles. With stylistic grace and an adventurous spirit, Vancouver’s singing lions have enriched and transformed people’s lives through singing for twenty-five years. Aspiring to the highest professional standards, Chor Leoni performs annually to over 15,000 patrons. Co-Produced with DiscoverMusic@Augustana. More information here.

Cold Lake

Feb. 16 to 18 – Snow Fever
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.

Mar. 8 – Women of Influence Awards
Cold Lake Women of Influence is a group of women whose aim is to bring like-minded women together to share ideas, experiences and enjoy an evening celebrating the achievements of women in the community. The awards event is taking place Friday, March 8.

Drayton Valley

Feb. 23 – Saturday’s Farmer’s Market
Come out with the family on February 23 to visit with the Evergreen Farmers Market Saturday edition at the Mackenzie Centre from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. 50 reusable shopping bags to give away to kids club members both new and returning.

Feb. 26 – Making Financial Cents Program
Local experts help you to make the most informed financial decisions you can! There is something for everyone! Contact 780-514-2206 to register. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

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Edmonton

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. 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 second Tuesday of every month, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at United on Whyte Church, lower hall. Visit our website www.edmontonneedlecraftguild.com or find us on Facebook.

Feb. 15 – Chinese New Year Dinner
Join us as we celebrate The Year of the Pig. Doors open at 5 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m. Live entertainment activities 50/50 raffle more! $25 per ticket, buy yours at the front desk of our centre!

Feb. 18 – Annual Family Day Festival
Visit animal habitats with food, crafts, games and more! Featuring The Joe Show joeshowonline.com. Bake Sale fundraiser for The Mosaic Centre. Free skating hot chocolate provided by McLeod Community League. 5812-149 Ave. 12-4 p.m.

Mar. 17 – St. Patrick’s Day Trail Run-Walk
A fun, chipped time run-walk event with proceeds going to Y.E.S.S. Question or concerns Please contact Justin Ng jng@runningroom.com. For more info, register:
https:www.events.runningroom.comsite15937st-patricks-day-trail-run-2019.

Apr. 13 – Annual Rummage Sale
Happening at Strathearn United Church from 10 a.m to 3 p.m. We have a huge variety of clothing, housewares, china, jewelry, linen, crafts, books, toys, furniture, and antiques. Something for everybody! Check out the lunchroom.

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 to Jan. 10 – Board Games Bridge; Jan 17 – Family Games; Jan 24 – Scorsese Film Series. More events at StrathearnCL.org.

 

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Edson

Sept. 15 to June 15 – 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 6 p.m. Event is three hours. Bethel Pentecostal Family Worship Centre at 6350 13 Ave, Edson.

Mar. 16 – Jam City Edson
Jam City will take place every 3rd Saturday of the month. 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! Starting Sept 15 2018 thru to Jun 15 2019. Doors open at 6 p.m. till closing 10:30 p.m. Event is 3 hrs. All of our music sets are pre-selected and our genres range from classical to heavy metal. Our Facebook page is Jam City Edson – become a member today! Thank-you again for helping us, build for a better Future! Let the Music Play!

Mar. 21 – Maker’s Studio Layered Sunset Painting Adult Art Class with Maddy Sharman
Paint & cut a modern mountainscape plus learn a variety of painting techniques with local artist Maddy Sharman. Tickets: https://www.edson.ca/residents/recreation-and-programs/youth-arts-and-culture-activities. 7 p.m. Location:Resol Place Hospitality Room @ 1021 – 49 Street, 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.

Mar. 15 – St. Patrick Day with the Arrogant Worms
Using their tuneful and silly escapism comedy, The Arrogant Worm is a laugh a minute! Comedy, music and so much more with the Arrogant Worms for St. Patrick’s Day. More info here.

Mar. 15 – Shamrock Market
Over 30 Local Vendors with items you just can’t buy in stores. Free Admission * Free parking * Leprechaun visit from 12-3 p.m.  * Concession
Door Prizes. Location: 10201 100 Ave.

Grande Prairie

Feb. 16 to 18 – Neighbourhood Winter Blast
Everything from ice skating, tobogganing, snowman contest, hot chocolate and more. This is a day that you will not want to miss! Check if your Neighbourhood has any activities planned for Winter Blast! Visit cityofgp.com/neighbourhoods.

Mar. 7 to 10 – NAHL Peewee AA Playoff Tournament

Thursday, March 7 from 12:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Friday, March 8th from 10:00 AM – 7:45 PM

Saturday, March 9th from 10:15 AM – 7:45 PM

Sunday, March 10th from 12:00 PM – 2:45 PM
Coca-Cola Centre, #6 Knowledge Way, Grande Prairie. Website: nahl.hockey for more information

 

Hinton

Second Sunday – Square Dance Club of Hinton
The club now meets the second Sunday of the month, November through April, from 3-5:30 p.m., 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.

Mar. 2 – Live Art Auction and Gala
6:45 - 10 p.m. at The West Fraser Guild: Home of the Performing Arts Theatre of Hinton. An evening of amazing art, appetizers, craft beers, wine and live music! Besides the live auction component of the programme, there will also be a silent auction for bidding on items as well. All proceeds going towards the construction of a Costume & Prop storage facility for Break-A-Leg Theatre. Tickets available at: Hinton Municipal Library or through Break-A-Leg Theatre’s online Box Office at www.breakalegtheatre.com.

Mar. 21 – Spaghetti Dinner
5 - 9 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #249. 25th Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction Fundraiser for the Yellowhead Emergency Shelter for Women Society, doors open at 5 p.m dinner at 6 p.m. Meat and meatless sauce, as well as, regular and gluten free pasta. Entertainment to be announced. Tickets will be available after February 1.

 

Leduc and Nisku

Feb. 17 to Feb. 18 – Memorial Hockey Tournament
2018/19 Initiation Gary Tremblay Memorial Hockey Tournament at the Leduc Recreation Centre.

Feb. 26 – Gord Garner Community Addictions Peer Support Association 
Gord Garner, Executive Director of Community Addictions Peer Support Association (CAPSA) and Chair of Ottawa Recovery Day, will be discussing the significance of using person-first-language when it comes to talking about substance use disorder. Gord will be sharing powerful stories of his lived experiences with substance use disorder and how being conscious of the language we use can shift the stigma and sterotype that surrounds this mental health condition.

Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Cost: FREE
Location: Lede Room, Leduc Civic Centre (1 Alexandra Park, Leduc, AB) 

Mar. 9 to 10 – Alberta Boxing Provincials
Hosted at the Leduc Recreation Centre.

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Lloydminster

Feb. 18 to March. 10 Raising up The Generation to its Full Potential in God
Saturday, March 9 at 7 p.m.
The Root Event Centre
4901 50th Ave. Lloydminster, AB.
Tickets: $10 seating is limited
Available from www.burn247midwest.com
Lisa: 780-872-8001
Saturday, March 10 at 10 a.m.

Feb. 21- Downtown Area Redevelopment Plan DARP Phase 2 Community Engagement
Are you interested in sharing your voice on how the City of Lloydminster plans to build the Downtown area? www.lloydminster.ca/Downtown. Downtown Open House at The Root Events Centre on February 21 from 5-7 p.m. 4901 50 Ave, Lloydminster, SK S9V 0P7

Feb. 22- Downtown Area Redevelopment Plan DARP Phase 2 Community Engagement
Interested in sharing your voice on how the City of Lloydminster plans to build the Downtown area? www.lloydminster.ca/Downtown. Pop-Up Event – Centennial Civic Centre during the Lloydminster Bobcats home game February 22 from 7-9 p.m. 5405 49 Ave.

Feb. 23- Downtown Area Redevelopment Plan DARP Phase 2 Community Engagement
Interested in sharing your voice on how the City of Lloydminster plans to build the downtown area? Visit www.lloydminster.ca/Downtown. Pop-up event at Servus Sports Centre during the Border City Farmers Market 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 5202 12 Street.

Feb. 18 to Mar. 4 – DARP Phase 2 Community Engagement Survey
Are you interested in sharing your voice on how the City of Lloydminster plans to build the Downtown area? Join the discussion at the following public engagement opportunities, or visit www.lloydminster.ca/Downtown. Online survey opens until March 4!

Mar. 7 – Trivia Night
A fun evening of testing your trivia knowledge! Grab some friends or coworkers and come on down to The Canadian Brewhouse. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Trivia starts at 7 p.m. $10 at the door. Presented by Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce.

Morinville(Includes Legal, Redwater, Gibbons, and Bon Accord)

Mar. 1 – Celebrating French Heritage
A celebration of French Heritage in Morinville.

April 20 – Easter Egg Hunt 
Take part in the Easter Egg Hunt Only (11 a.m. – 12 noon) and/or the Kids Activities (11 a.m. – 1 p.m.) at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre (9502-100 Ave.) Contact Community Services at 780-939-7839 for more information.

May 1 to 7 – National Youth Week
National Youth Week celebrates youth diversity and uniqueness. Each day will be celebrated with a different free event at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre.

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Peace River

Mar. 4 – Rockin’ Development
Did you know the skills that a child develops in their first 5 years of their life will have a lifelong impact on learning, health, work, relationships and well-being? Join us as we explore the five developmental domains through play and interactive activities! January 28th-Social Competence February 4th– Emotional Maturity February 11th– Language & Thinking Skills February 25th– Communication Skills &General Knowledge March 4th– Physical Health & Well Being. 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Location: 9920-102 Street
Peace River.

Mar. 8 to 10 – Alberta Pond Hockey Championships
The date has been finalized and the anticipation is building… the puck drop for the 2019 Alberta Pond Hockey Championships will be on March 8, 9 & 10, 2019. Reunite with your friends over a weekend when time can stand still and we can all be kids for three days. This Alberta Pond Hockey Championships will go down in history. Make sure you keep an eye on their social media channels and website for updates. The Alberta Pond Hockey Association is excited to announce there will be cash prizes awarded to winning teams in the Competitive Division. Like previous Alberta Pond Hockey Championships the divisions are; Competitive, Recreational, Womens, Old Timers (50+) and Juniors. Not to mention the Junior Division play for FREE! The weekend is jammed packed with a little something for everyone. From scenic helicopter tours, live music, snow sculptures, ice skating, local food, a beer garden, ringette, some good old Canadian hockey and lots of opportunities for the perfect Instagram photo op! Like previous years there will be a Gala Event on March 9th, 2019. The Alberta Pond Hockey Association has lots of surprises up their sleeves for the 2019 Alberta Pond Hockey Championships. Don’t miss out on the fun and mark the dates in your calendar. Location: Lac Cardinal, MD of Peace.

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Regina

Mar. 16 – Steak night Karaoke Fundraiser
This is a fundraiser to help sick children and children with hearing impairments. Hosted by the Regina Elks Lodge 9, a non-profit society. Tickets are $25. This includes meal and one free Elks beer. We are located at 4915 1st. Ave. N in Regina, Sask.

Ongoing

BED AND BREAKFAST This comedy by Mark Crawford sees a Toronto same sex couple inherit a house in a tourist town and decide to set up a bed and breakfast. When they do, they have to deal with the challenge of living an “out” lifestyle in a small community. Globe Theatre, Jan. 16–Feb. 3. See globetheatrelive.com.

THÉÂTRE OSKANA This local French language theatre troupe presents two one-act plays: Jean Lenox Toddie’s A Little Something for the Ducks and Eugene Ionesco’s The Lesson. Presented in French with English surtitles. École Monseigneur de Laval Auditorium (1440 9th Ave. N.), Jan. 17–19 at 8 p.m., Jan. 20 at 2 p.m. Adults $20, ACFR members $15, Students $5. 306-566-6020.

100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SPANISH FLU To commemorate the centennial of the devastating global epidemic that exacted a death toll in the millions the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan has assembled a special on-line exhibit. To view the exhibit visit saskarchives.com/collections/exhibits.

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Sherwood Park

Feb. 5 to Dec. 17 – Support Group for Women Weekly Drop-In
A group to discuss relationships, communication and personal Issues. Runs Tuesday evenings, 6:30-8:30 p.m. To learn more and for consultation call 780-449-6286. This group is offered free of charge.

Jan. 8 to Mar. 15 – Strathcona County Art Studio Tour
Registration open for the Art Society of Strathcona County’s Open Art Studio Tour. Open up your studio to the public for 2 days, June 22, 23, 2019. A great opportunity for local artists to show their work! Visit artstrathcona.com for details 780-449-4443.

Spruce Grove

Feb. 12 – Guest Speaker – Evan Olsson
From 7-9 p.m. at the Spruce Grove Hall, Heritage Park 5100 41 Avenue, Stony Plain. Dr. Olsson is a holocaust survivor, a renowned author and public speaker, and an advocate for creating a legacy of caring, compassion and character.Come and be inspired by the importance of standing up to injustice and hate. In partnership with Tri-Region Rotary Clubs – Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and Parkland After Dark, Spruce Grove Public Library, Stony Plain Public Library, and Parkland County Public Libraries. (Tickets limited to 500. Selling out fast.)

Mar. 2 – Family Yoga
Presented in partnership with Simply Liv Yoga, this yoga class is for the whole family to enjoy. Try something new, get active and spend some family time together on a Saturday morning. Bring your own mat/towel (if preferred) and water bottle; mats will be available for program use. 10:15 – 11:15 a.m.

April 10 – Write Night at SG Library
Gather with other writers to use a variety of prompts that result in new prose every week. This inspirational group is for writers of all stages and abilities. 6:30 – 7 p.m. Location: Spruce Grove Public Library 35 Fifth Ave Spruce Grove.

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St. Albert

Mar. 6 – Read with Rufus
6:30 p.m. This program for students from grades 1 to 6 who struggle with reading runs on Wednesdays from Feb. 6 to March 13 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Come in and read with Rufus the Therapy Dog. This pup loves to listen to you read. To sign up for your 15 minute one-on-one time with Rufus, register in advance, online at www.sapl.ca, at the children’s desk on the main floor or call 780-459-1532. St. Albert Public Library, inside St. Albert Place, 5 St. Anne Street.

Mar. 13 – Boarder X
Boarder X features new work by Indigenous artists that use snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing to demonstrate knowledge and relationships to the land. The artwork reflects cultural, political, environmental and social perspectives related to the landscapes and territories we occupy. These boarding lifestyles share synergies with Indigeneity, connected by an appreciation for the land and water. Boarder X has been organized and circulated by the Winnipeg Art Gallery, curated by Jaimie Issac. Exhibit on from January 26, 2019 to May 19, 2019. Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton. For hours and admission fees: telephone: 780-422-6223 or go online to: www.youraga.ca

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St. Paul

April 12 – St. Paul High School Rodeo
22nd annual High School Rodeo sanctioned by the Alberta High School Rodeo Assoc. Friday, April 12, 2019 Wrangler Jr. Rodeo ~ 12 pm Cattle Cutting Competition following the Jr. Rodeo Saturday, April 13, 2019 High School Rodeo ~ 12 pm Sunday, April 14, 2019 High School Rodeo ~ 10 a.m. More info here.

July 21 to 25 – St. Paul Camp Calvin
A multi-generational music camp offering quality instruction in Fiddle, Piano & Guitar for musicians young & old alike. Four classes/day, jam sessions, dancing, concerts, good food, fun & friendships are on the menu. Register online at www.campcalvin.ca, For more information, contact Rhea at 780-645-0207.

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Stony Plain

Jan. 10 to June 27 – Parkland Poets Reading Series
7-8:45 p.m., the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Stony Plain Public Library, 4613-52 Ave. Free. All welcome . Come listen or share your own poems! Info: 780-222-0452, parklandpoets@gmail.com.

Mar. 4 – Monday Night at the Museum Lecture Series
Join us at the Pioneer Museum for a series of talks on topics of local and historical interest. Lectures begin at 7 p.m. each Monday evening from February 25 to March 18. Entrance is $5 each, cash at the door. For more information call 780-963-1234 or go to www.pioneermuseum.ca.

 

Vegreville (Includes Mundare and Two Hills)

Jan. 15 – Feb. 13. – Wendy Brook Music Festival
Open to all ages, all instruments, band, choral, voice, community music, speech arts and Ukrainian speech and song performances. Registration & Payment on-line at :http://wendybrookmusic.wixsite.com/wendybrook Registration forms, with the fee, can also be dropped off at The Medicine Shoppe or mailed to: Wendy Brook Festival, Box 2075, Vegreville, AB

Feb. 23 to 24 – Vegreville Annual Gun & Accessory Show
The Vegreville Wildlife Federation is proud to present its annual Gun & Accessory Show! February 23 & 24, 2019 Lots to see! All of 100 vendor tables are sold out! Everyone Welcome Concession on site Raffles on site $5/person Sat: 10am-5pm Sun:10am-3pm Contact Al 780-632-7825 or Daryl 780-632-4966.

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Westlock

Mar. 16 – Westlock Rodyna Ukrainian Dance Festival
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ukrainian Dance Festival bringing small town dance clubs together to have fun, learn and make new friends.

Mar. 4 – Third annual Firefighters Ball
The Town of Westlock Fire & Rescue Services invites you to save the date and come join us at the 3rd Annual Firefighters Ball. Cocktails – 5:00 p.m. Dinner – 6:00 p.m.

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Whitecourt (Includes Fox Creek)

Mar. 2 to 3 – Teen Challenge Snow Rush
Hosted by the Golden Triangle – register now for the Teen Challenge Snow Rush! More information about the event here.

Mar. 23 – Spring Fling
Mr. Rayz from Mr. Rayz Music For Kidz will be on site to get you smiling and dancing as we go on this adventure together.  Showtimes are 1:30 and 3:00 p.m.  Wondering what he’s all about? Check out his website at www.mrrayz.com for more information.

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