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• Lethbridge Musical Theatre will hold its Annual General Meeting Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. at the London Drugs Learning Lab (1240 2A Ave. N.) Join LMT to review 2019 and discuss the exciting plans for 2020. Election of board members will take place at the meeting, but nominations WILL NOT be taken from the floor. • Open Mic Poetry at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, 411 3 Ave. S., with MC Teri Petz, will take place Feb. 27 from 7-9:15 p.m. Showcasing local talents. Free admission. Poets, bring your poems. For more info: https://facebook.com/Lethbridge-Poetry- 276370996264247. • Time for Rhymes – ESL: Improve English conversation skills with stories and songs. For parents and their children who are 0-5 years of age. Thursdays until April 2 or Fridays, March 13-May 1. 9:30-10:30 a.m. No fee. Register with Read On Adult Literacy and Learning - Lethbridge Public Library, 403-320-4701 or literacyservices@lethlib.ca. • Lethbridge High Level Bridge crocheted blanket online auction by Renee Schellhorn. All proceeds going to MS Society of Canada. mswalkauction.com. • Travel Adventures, featuring South America, with Rick Andrews and Carol Leriger, will take place Feb. 28 from 2-3 p.m. at Helen Schuler Nature Centre. Join Carol and Rick as they take you on an adventure to the Peruvian cities of Lima and Cusco, the Inca Sacred Valley to the archeological sites of Chinchero and Ollantaytambo, the Andes Mountains to the Incan citadel of Machu Picchu, and to Iguazu Falls straddling the borders of Argentina and Brazil. Everyone is welcome; admission is by donation. Proceeds will go toward the Growing the Grassroots Endowment Fund, supporting the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. More information and reserved seating available at https://naturecentre.ca/events/. • Helen Schuler Nature Centre’s Junior Naturalists program for ages 6-10 continues Feb. 29 from 10 a.m.-noon, featuring “Hibernation.” Kids discover all that winter in the river valley has to offer through fun activities, crafts and games! Adults must sign children in and pick them up promptly at noon. For more information, call 403-320-3064. • Shaughnessy Community Hall, 133 3 St. in Shaughnessy, will host its monthly Pancake Breakfast Feb. 29 from 8-11 a.m. Cost $5. • The Stitch It Forward Society will hold its first 9-


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Hour Stitch-A-Thon Feb. 29 from 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. at Centre Village Mall. Volunteers can sign up to help for an hour, half a day or for the entire event by visiting volunteersignup.org/CK4AY. They will be teaching people how to make quilts, crochet and other skills that can help people make the items needed. Organizers are also looking for people who can cut, stuff pillows, hand sew, glue, and sit at the registration booth. Requests are being accepted from local organizations for items that can be made for them. Organizations can email Diane at stitchitforwarded@gmail.com or call 403-892-8660 after 5 p.m. to discuss ideas. Donations of fabric, yarn and batting can be dropped off at the mall during the stitch-a- thon. • L’Arche Association of Lethbridge Second Annual Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction will take place Feb. 29 from 4:30-9 p.m. at the Multicultural Centre, 421 6 Ave. S. Tickets $100 (includes a $60 tax receipt). Call 403-328- 3735, ext. 4 for tickets. • Lethbridge Public Library will host Indigenous Art Club Feb. 29 at 11 a.m. at the Main Branch, Piitoyiss. Join us at the Main Branch for a relaxing time and create your own unique piece of art using mixed medium. • Shaughnessy Community Hall, 133 3 St. in Shaughnessy, will host the next association meeting Feb. 29 at 11 a.m. For more details, call Call Dorothy, 403-381-3589, or Gerrie-Mae,


403-381-3847. • The Canadian Federation of University Women International’s Women’s Day 2020 event, “Not All Women: Who is still missing from politics,” will be held Feb. 29 from 1-3 p.m. at McKillop United Church, 2329 15 Ave. S. Speaker: Lisa Lambert, a political scientist and sessional instructor at the University of Lethbridge. Everyone is welcome. • Picture Butte Elks Lodge #268 will hold its annual Prairie Oyster Feed Feb. 29 at the Elks Hall, 12 4 St. S. in Picture Butte. Doors open at 5 p.m., supper at 6 p.m. Tickets at the door, $30. For more information, phone 403-892-6820. • The Leap of Faith Dessert Night, in support of the Elim Society for Senior Citizens Care of Lethbridge, will take place Feb. 29 at 7 p.m. at Elim Village, Grand Hall, 275 Lettice Perry Rd. N, featuring a wonderful evening of desserts, music and drama in a celebration of faith and hope. For more information call 4039422672 or visit our website at https://elimlethbridge.org/ event/elim-dessert-night/.


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