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22 - PRAIRIE POST - Friday, September 9, 2011 COMMUNITYCALENDAR


September 9 - October 1–Rosebud


Queen Milli of Galt. Rosebud Theatre. Stay and Play packages include two dinner theatre tickets and two nights camping. $192. Phone 403-677- 2577 to reserve.


September 9–Brooks Brooks Banquet for Ducks Unlimited starts at 6 p.m. at the Heritage Inn and Convention Centre. Tickets are $50 per person and feature Terry Grant aka The Mantracker. Call Brenda at 403-362-4827 or email her at b_gerstner@ducks.ca or call Brian at 403-362-4827 or email him at b_peers@ducks.ca


September 9–Swift Current On September 9th the Swift Current Kiwanis Club will celebrate its 90th Anniversary and they’re inviting the community they have served for so many years to join them as they celebrate. To celebrate these and the many other accomplishments the Club has achieved over the past 90 years an Anniversary Dinner will be held at the Great Plains College Auditorium on September 15th at 5:30 p.m. All former members, representatives from partner agencies, and anyone who has ever felt the benefi t of the Swift Current Kiwanis Club is invited to attend, tickets are $35 each and can be purchased by contacting Dianne Miller at dorm@sasktel.net


September 10–Swift Current The Multicultural Festival goes from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Newcomer Welcome Centre. Different food and musical/dancing shows will take place. There will be different cultural displays as well. Contact Barb at 306-774-4883 with any questions.


September 10-Swift Current On September 10th, East Side Church of God will be hosting a simulcast with Beth Moore of Living Proof Ministries. She’s an author and a host of popular radio program. There will be 9 countries participating. Some of these countries are Canada, the U.S., Belgium, Japan and Malaysia. 700 hundred churches, a couple of military bases and a few universities


will be hosting the event.


September 10–Bow Island Antique Car Show an d pancake breakfast - located at Bow Island Chevrolet Pancake Breakfast - 8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. Car Show begins at 9 a.m.


September 10–Echo Dale Regional Park


A fun run fundraiser for Brain Injury Relearning Services starts at 10 a.m. Echo Dale Regional Park.Registration forms available on line at HYPERLINK “http://www.redi.ca/funrun.asp” www.redi.ca/funrun.asp Information visit website or call 403-528-2661.


September 10–Medicine Hat NORTH SIDE EXTRAVAGANZA YOUTH TALENT 2011 presents MEDICINE HAT SHOW US YOUR TALENT. Prizes to be won. Information call: Darlene at 403- 488-0336 or Selena at 403-525- 2576. Talent is open to singing, dancing, instrumental, musical, comedy, acting, speech, gymnastics, juggling or any special talent that you may have, for youth 18 years and under. TO REGISTER: Email: crescentheightsbranch@servus.ca or support@poshwash.ca


September 10-11–Burstall The Burstall and District Fall Fair with the theme of “Country Matters” goes in the arena. There will be the Strongest Fire Department Tug-of War; Huge children’s bounce castle and obstacle course, massive garage sale, vendor tables and original art exhibits. To book your table contact Darlene Heeg at 306-679-2150.


September 11-16–Elkwater Presents a Four-Day Paint Out in the Cypress Hills at the Elkwater Girl Guide Camp at the Prairie Rose Lodge. A beautiful facility in the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. Close to beach, nature trails, Park facilities, stores, and restaurants. Spectacular views and so much more. Come join us for a wonderful opportunity to paint and relax in beautiful natural surroundings. Check in time is 3 p.m. on Sunday and check out is 2 p.m. on Friday. Cost: $200. This includes your fi ve nights


and four days lodging at the Girl Guide Camp. You can bring your own meals as there are fridges, stoves, freezer, dishes etc. for food storage. There will be a limit of 20 people for this Plein Air Painting group.


September 12 and 14–Medicine Hat


Audition call for “The Grinch” Pantomime — a non-musical. It will be directed by Amber Krause. Bring your sense of humour and comedic timing approximately 15 roles —minimal singing only, one to two Christmas carols. CTAC – 7-9 p.m. performance dates: Dec. 8, (preview), Dec. 9, Dec. 10, Dec. 11 ( matinee) Dec. 15-17. For more information: contact Amber Krause at 403-977- 5820, email: amberkrause1@gmail. com.


September 13–Swift Current On Tuesday, the Arthritis Society, Saskatchewan Division will be hosting a FREE EVENING public information session for people living with arthritis. The Arthritis Society, Saskatchewan Division and Pharmasave present a free information session for people living with arthritis: Living with Arthritis: Beyond the Pain. The Workshop focuses gaining an understanding of the causes of arthritis pain, hear about the treatment options available, learn strategies to self manage pain and navigate the emotional impact of arthritis and learn about programs and resources offered by The Arthritis Society. It goes Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. It goes at the Pharmasave, 390 Central Avenue North, Swift Current. Space is limited: please pre-register, call 1-800-321-1433. Guest speakers include: Kelly Pierson, Educational Facilitator, The Arthritis Society, Saskatchewan Division; Crystal Raymond, Pharmacist, Pharmasave #406; Ruth Smith, Executive Director, Canadian Mental Health Association Swift Current and Kobus Pieters, Physical Therapist, Central Avenue Physiotherapy. This gathering of health care professionals enables individuals diagnosed with arthritis and their family members’ access to expertise. This half day session will


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include presentations, question and answer opportunities and insight into your community’s variety of chronic disease management services.


September 14–Swift Current Songwriting Circle. Whether you are seasoned, or an aspiring songwriter, you are invited to share your songs and verse with other songwriters at the Lyric Theatre. Bring instruments, original songs and ideas to the circle as members offer a supportive, fun and relaxed atmosphere. We will be incorporating special guests and workshops on occasion. For more information, contact Denise (741- 3284) or Jackie (778-6852). Circle begins at 7 p.m., and use the side door to the south of the main doors.


September 14–Eastend Eastend town council will hold a hearing at 8 p.m. at the Town of Eastend’s council chambers to hear anyone who wants to comment or make a presentation on a proposed bylaw which would develop an “Offi cial Community Plan” for the future.


September 15–Swift Current Lyric Open Stage: Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Music starts at 8 p.m. Performers admitted free - $5 for audience members. For more information, contact Al Hudec at 778-3816.


September 15–Swift Current ALATEEN 6:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. Every Thursday Night–AA Club House 155 3rd Ave. NE. Par of the Al-Anon Family groups, for young people ages 13 to 17 whose lives have been affected by alcoholism in a family member or close friend.


September 16-18–Maple Creek The Maple Creek Cowboy Poetry and Western Art & Gear Show Committee would like to invite you to their 22nd Gathering to be held Friday to Sunday. Our Gathering celebrates our Western lifestyle. with Great Poets, Pickers and Artists and delicious western Beef! Three Gala events – Friday Evening, Saturday Evening and Sunday afternoon showcase special performers. Our days are fi lled with Poets, Pickers


and Artists at 3 different venues vying to outdo each other entertaining you! Don’t forget Cowboy Church Sunday morning after the pancake breakfast. Wagon rides and the Cypress Hills Registered Horse Breeders Association horse sale to round out the weekend. Call the Jasper Cultural & Historical Centre at 306-662-2434 for tickets and more information .


September 17–Swift Current The Good Tyme Dance Club will hold a dance in the Elks lower hall, from 8-11 p.m. Pot luck lunch. Live music. Everyone welcome.


September 18–Maple Creek The Terry Fox Run goes at 1:30 p.m. starting at Lion’s Park. Contact Dana at 306-662-3030 or Marcie at 306- 662-3005.


September 18–Swift Current Songwriting Workshop with Ann Vriend at the Lyric Theatre. : “Easily one of Canada’s greatest unannounced singers. Her strengths as a pianist and lyricist means Vriend is a complete package” (E Vibe Magazine); Impossible to categorize, Vriend’s unique style brings together elements of soul, pop, country, jazz, blues, and gospel.” (The Weekend Telegram). Information: Denise 306- 741-3284 or Jackie 306-750-7471.


September 19–Swift Current Hum-Doodle-n-Act: Expressive Arts Kids Program. Art, drama, music, movement, storytelling, play puppetry, creating and celebrating toghether. Nurture your child’s creativity, self-expression. and imagination. You child will shine in this dynamic 10-week program! Register by phone: 774-6478/ CIONAC@YAHOO.COM or visit us at City-Wide Registration. Monday & Wednesday Groups (4:30 – 5:30 p.m.) For Elementary Age Children Groups begin September 19.


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