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February 26, 2020 - Lethbridge Sun Times/Shopper - page 11 LIFE & STYLE CALENDAR CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10


• Leaders of Tomorrow is an inspiring gala that celebrates youth, ages 5 to 24, who have made contributions to Lethbridge and surrounding areas through volunteer activity. Nominations are now open. Volunteer Lethbridge invites individuals, community groups, local businesses, educational institutions, and volunteer organizations to nominate any young person that has demonstrated the spirit of volunteerism and inspired others. Forms can be found on the Volunteer Lethbridge website at www.volunteerlethbridge.comor picked up in office. Nomination deadline is March 1 with the gala event on April 22 during National Volunteer Week. Contact Chelsea at 403-332-4320 or email communications@volunteerlethbridge.com for more information. • Lethbridge Soup Kitchen’s second annual sponsored walk will take place March 1 from 2-4 p.m. at Henderson Lake. If anyone wishes to walk, please register at the LSK by phoning Bill Ginther (executive director) at 403 320-8688 or via email at lethbridgesoupkitchen@gmail.com. Sponsorship forms can be emailed to anyone. All funds raised at this walk will go to the LSK general operating funds. After the walk, the LSK will be serving soup and prizes will be awarded for various categories. • First Baptist Church will host its annual Adult Retreat March 2-3 with the theme “Oh, the Places You’ve Been! Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” Runs daily from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Includes lunch and snacks. Sessions for your mind, body and soul by Darrel Janz, Dr. Sayeh Zielke, Cst. Jamie Kenyon, Gord Hunt, Matt Groenheide, Colleen Klassen and Mark Archibald. Register by email, info@firstb.net, or phone 403-327- 2082. • Lethbridge Senior Citizens Organization will offer “Circuit Training 3X” (session 3) Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, March 2-26 from 2:40-3:40 p.m. at the LSCO. Fee: $55 for LSCO members, $90 for non-members. Register by Feb. 28. For more information or to register, call 403-320- 2222 or visit www.lethseniors.com. • The 11th Annual Gluten- and Dairy-Free Dinner will take place March 3 at the Garden Court Restaurant at Lethbridge College. Cocktails at 6 p.m., four-course dinner at 6:30 p.m. (includes glass of wine/beverage). Hosted by the Lethbridge branch of the Calgary Celiac Association Chapter and the Lethbridge College Culinary Careers Program. Tickets $44 including GST (children $25), available until noon Feb. 27 at Nutter’s Bulk and Natural Foods and by calling the college at 403-320-3230. Opportunity


to win a door prize from one of the numerous supportive local businesses. • St. Francis Junior High School’s production of “Frozen Jr.,” based on the Disney movie, will take place starting March 5. Show dates are: March 5 - 7 pm; March 6 - 7 pm; March 7 - 2 & 7 pm; March 8 - 2 pm; March 10 - 7 pm; March 11 - 7 pm; March 12 - 7 pm; March 13 - 7 pm; March 14 - 2 & 7 pm; and March 15 - 2 pm. More details online at https://sfjh.holyspirit.ab.ca/co- _curricular/performing_arts/musical. • World Day of Prayer Ecumenical Worship Service will be held March 6 at 7 p.m. at Coaldale Mennonite Church, 2316 17 St. in Coaldale. Featured country this year is Zimbabwe. Organized by Coaldale Mennonite, St. Ambrose Catholic, Coaldale United, Anglican and Mennonite Brethren Churches. • Catholic Central High School’s production of “Matilda” will take place starting March 6, about a precocious five-year-old who can move things with her mind. Show dates are: March 6 - 7:30 pm; March 7 - 1:30 pm 7:30 pm; March 8 - 1:30 pm; March 10 - 7:30 pm; March 11 - 7:30 pm; March 12 - 7:30 pm; March 13 - 7:30 pm and March 14 - 1:30 & 7:30 pm. Order tickets online at https://cch.holyspirit.ab.ca/academics/fine_arts/ musical_theatre/matilda. • The Lethbridge Community Gold Band will celebrate International Women’s Day with a concert March 7 at 7 p.m. at College Drive Community Church, showcasing local, regional and national talent from the wind band tradition. The performance will include guests Gillian MacKay, Cait Nishimura and LCI Gold Symphonic Band. Joining MacKay and Nishimura on the podium are local women conductors Tanya Arnold, Karly Lewis and Karen van de Vendel. Tickets are available online at lcbs.ca, at Casa and at the door. • Community Cabaret 2020, presented by Southern Alberta Community Living Association and Geomatic Attic, will take place March 7 starting at 7 p.m. at Italian Cultural Club. Dance to Hippodrome and be entertained with Smooth Jazz by Ray, Circus Antics by Michael Bartz, Jigging with Roy and Beyond Limits Dance Collective. Tickets and information at www.geomaticattic.ca, communitycabaret.ca or facebook-community cabaret. • The Annual Order of the Eastern Star Spring Tea will be held March 21 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Church Hall, 1818 5 Ave. S. Wheelchair accessible. Lunch includes gluten-free items. Door prize, bake table, theme baskets and vendors with unique items. Tickets $10 (pay at the door). Proceeds suport the Alzheimer Society of Alberta, Alberta Caregivers Association and Service Dogs.


CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 Was your


FAVOURITE BUSINESS MISSED in this YEAR’S VOTING?


THE BEST OF THE BEST LISTS ARE POPULATED BY PUBLIC NOMINATIONS


ALL Nominations for 2021 Best of the Best will open December 1st, 2020


To preview, nominate or suggest an edit, visit Mybestofthebest.ca from December 1st - 20th for more information.


Best Annual Charity Event


1.Dragon Boat Festival 2.Christmas Tree Festival


3.Childrens Wish Giant Pumpkin Festival


Best Business Meeting Place 1.Coast Hotel


2.Paradise Canyon 3.U of L


Best Gamerie / Arcade Experience


1.Round Table Board Gamerie 2.VRKADE 3.Ctrl V


Best Live


Entertainment 1.The Owl


2.New West Theatre 3.Average Joes


Best Local Concert /


Event 2019 1. Johnny Reid 2.Dallas Smith 3.John Fogerty


Best Park 1.Henderson Lake 2.Legacy Park


3.Indian Battle Park


Best Place to take the kids


1.Wear 'M' Out Inc 2.Smudge Art Studio 3.Leth. Public Library


Best Wine &


Beer Making 1.Wine Brew & You 2.Costco


3.Prairie Vintners & Brewers


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