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2019 2020

Wetaskiwin Regional FALL & WINTER

PROGRAM GUIDE Published in partnership by the City and County of Wetaskiwin (c)2019 City and County of Wetaskiwin


GET WITH THE PROGRAM IMPORTANT DATES

SPRING/SUMMER 2020

Programs Running April - August Deadline to Submit: January 20, 2020 Parade of Programs: March 18, 2020

FALL/WINTER 2020

Programs Running September - March Deadline to Submit: July 5, 2020 Parade of Programs: September 2, 2020

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WETASKIWIN & AREA


CONTENTS ARTS & CULTURE

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BODY & MIND

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COMMUNITY CLUBS & SUPPORT

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LEARNING & LITERACY

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PRE-SCHOOL & SENIOR PROGRAMS

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SPORTS & FITNESS

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

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OTHER COUNTY AREAS

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LOCAL & REGIONAL EVENTS

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www.wetaskiwin.ca

www.county.wetaskiwin.ab.ca

780.361.4400

780.352.3321

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ARTS & CULTURE

ALCOHOL INK FLOWERS

HOMESCHOOL LEARN TO DRAW

WETASKIWIN CITY

This class is great for students who want to learn and practice drawing skills. Margot will show the kids how to tackle shading, 3-dimensional drawing and more. Ages 7 to 12. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 24 to Oct. 29, 1 pm to 2:30 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $120 (includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

AFTER SCHOOL LEARN TO DRAW

WETASKIWIN ALLIED ARTS & CRAFTS ADULT BEGINNER POTTERY

Join Theresa and Alanna, as they introduce students to the wonderful world of pottery. In this course, you will learn both handbuilding and wheel techniques. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 17 to Oct. 29; 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $190 + supplies (supplies $25 for clay payable at first class) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

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This class is great for students who want to learn and practice drawing skills. Margot will show the kids how to tackle shading, 3-dimensional drawing and more. Ages 7 to 12. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 24 to Oct. 29, 4:15 pm to 5:45 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $120 (includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

FEARLESS DRAWING

Margot will take you through baby steps, practicing techniques and building skills. Try different mediums like pencil, pen and ink, and pastels. All skill levels welcome. Ages 16+ Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 24 to Nov. 26, 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $150 + supplies ($35 supply kit) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

Join artist Meghan Harkins as she demonstrates how to use alcohol ink to create lovely abstract flowers. Check out Meghan’s work on her Facebook page! Date & Time: Saturday, Sept. 28; 1 pm to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $60 (supplies included) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

PRETTY POTTERY PUMPKINS WORKSHOP

This adult workshop allows you to create your own pottery pumpkin or two with guidance in hand building. Minimum class size, bring a friend! Date & Time: 3 Saturdays: Sept. 28 (Build), 12 pm to 4 pm; Oct. 12 (Glaze), 12 pm to 2 pm: Oct 19 (Pick up), 10 am to 11 am Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $65 plus clay cost Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

HARDANGER

In this seven-week course, beginners will learn basic Hardanger stitches, while more advanced will work on their own projects. Notions and material are to be purchased from instructor. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 30 to Dec. 2; 1 pm to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $45 Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

THANKSGIVING CENTREPIECE

Join Jessie from Mickey’s Flowers in creating your own unique table centre just in time for Thanksgiving dinner! Date & Time: Wednesday, Oct. 9; 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $50 (includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register


QUILTING PROJECT TIME WITH GLORIA

For the beginner to intermediate quilter. Bring a new or existing project that you would like to work on or finish. Students must bring a sewing machine, thread, fabric of their choice, cutting mat, ruler and rotary cutter. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Oct. 9 to Nov. 27; 1 pm to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $75 Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

HARVEST CAKE

Create your Harvest themed cake for your Thanksgiving table. Sharene from The Laughing Brownie is featuring a pumpkin shaped cake for you to decorate and take home to impress your guests. Date & Time: Thursday, Oct. 10; 7 pm to 8:30 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $40 (includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

INTRODUCTION TO FUSED GLASS

This adult class allows you to explore the world of warm glass. Be introduced to glass fusing- heating glass in a kiln until it melts together to form fun, creative, sun-catchers, pictures or jumble plates. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Oct. 16 to 30; 7 pm to 9:30 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $70 (supplies included) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

PAVERPOL HERON GARDEN SCULPTURE

Make your own garden art from Paverpol (non-toxic textile hardener). Wrap a basic form with a t-shirt, and bring it to life with acrylic paints! Please bring: 2 white 100% cotton t-shirts, 2 rolls of tin foil, apron & lunch. Dates & Time: Thursday, Oct. 17; 6:30 pm to 10 pm & Saturday, Oct. 19; 10 am to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $160 Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS POTTERY WORKSHOP

Oh so cute! There are several handbuilding projects to make for Christmas decorations or gifts. All skill levels welcome! Date & Time: Oct. 19, 12 pm to 4 pm (building); Nov. 2, 12 pm to 2 pm (glaze); Nov. 19, 10 am to 11 am pickup. Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $75 (includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

WIRE WORK DRAGONFLY FOR ADULTS

Join Laura from We-met Wire Work and More as she guides us through the process of creating our own beautiful, and unique, hand twisted Hummingbird. Date & Time: Monday, Oct. 21; 1 pm to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $80 (Includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

WIRE WORK HUMMINGBIRD

Join Laura from We-met Wire Work and More as she guides us through the process of creating our own beautiful, and unique, hand twisted Hummingbird. Date & Time: Monday, Oct. 21; 1 pm to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $80 (Includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

KIDS HALLOWEEN CUPCAKES

Learn to decorate 6 themed cupcakes with Sharene from The Laughing Brownie. You will develop ideas and techniques to create your ghoulish treats! Date & Time: Saturday, Oct. 26; 2 pm to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $30 (Includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

WIRE WORK TREE FOR TEENS

Join Laura from We-met Wire Work and More as she guides you through the process of making your own beautiful, one of a kind, hand twisted tree. Suitable for ages 12 and up. Date & Time: Wednesday, Nov. 6; 4 pm to 6 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $35 (Includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE STAINED GLASS

This adult-only class gives beginners an introduction to the world of stained glass. You will create a 15 to 40 piece project. For more experienced, expand your skills with more complicated panels or 3D projects. Date & Time: Thursdays, Nov. 7 to Dec. 12; 7 pm to 9:30 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $175 (All supplies included except glass) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

FARMHOUSE CHIC CHALK PAINTING

This fun adult workshop has you enjoying your shabby chic farmhouse bird house decoration with Wendy. Date & Time: Thursday, Nov. 7; 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $50 (plus supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

PHOTOSHOP FOR BEGINNERS

Lose your fear of the world. Learn how to “photoshop” your own invitations, announcements, trick snapshots, posters, and more. All you need is your laptop! Date & Time: Wednesdays, Nov 20 to Dec. 11; 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $150 Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

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POTTERY MUG CLASS

Suitable for ages 14+ with a beginner or more intermediate skill level, this class will teach several techniques to hand build mugs. Glaze day TBD. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Nov. 12 to Dec. 3; 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $120 + supplies (supplies $25 to be paid at first class) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

FRESH WHOVILLE TREE

Make a Dr. Seuss inspired “Whoville” tree. Using a ceramic pot; fresh greenery; accessories like baubles, pine cones, and other seasonal decorations, create your “one of a kind” work of art. Date & Time: Thursday, Nov. 21; 7 pm to 8:30 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $50 (includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

ADULT WATERCOLOUR CARD PAINTING

Create bite-sized watercolor paintings that can be attached to a blank greeting card. Envelopes & cards will be made available. Please contact Margot to get supply list: margot@barnswallowcorner.ca Date & Time: Tuesdays, Jan. 14 to March 3; 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $150 + supplies (Supply kit $45) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

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ARTASTIC FUN! AFTER SCHOOL

Whether it’s developing a favourite character, or creating a family pet portrait, this is the place to let your child have fun with art supplies. Please contact Margot: margot@ barnswallowcorner.ca to discuss supplies. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Jan. 14 to Feb. 18; 4:15 pm to 5:45 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $90 + supplies ($30 art kit purchased from instructor) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

ARTASTIC FUN! HOMESCHOOL

Whether it’s developing a favourite character, or creating a family pet portrait, this is the place to let your child have fun with art supplies. Please contact Margot: margot@ barnswallowcorner.ca to discuss supplies. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Jan. 14 to Feb. 18; 1 pm to 2 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $90 + supplies ($30 art kit purchased from instructor) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

PAVERPOL ART – SMALL RIBBON GIRL

Create your own lovely lady in only a few hours by using Bronze Paverpol, an old pillowcase, a paper towel holder, tin foil, and Paverpol (the nontoxic textile hardener). Bring to class: a roll of tin foil. Date & Time: Saturday, Jan. 18; 1 pm to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $40 (includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

CHALK PAINT – BRING YOUR OWN PROJECT

This adult workshop is intended for students with some chalk painting experience. It allows you to bring in a project from home to work with an expert to get guidance & tips to complete your project. Date & Time: Saturday, Jan. 25; 10 am to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $75 Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

BOOK FOLDING SCULPTURE FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

Make your special someone a unique Valentine this year! By folding the pages of a hardcover book, you will create a beautiful piece of art! Bring a ruler (in centimeters), a pencil and an eraser. Books and patterns are provided. Date & Time: Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020; 1 pm to 4 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $20 (includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

SUCCULENT TERRARIUM

Join Jessie from Mickey’s Flowers in creating your own terrarium. Date & Time: Thursday, March 19; 7 pm to 8:30 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $50 (Includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register

WIRE WORK BONSAI TREE

Join Laura from We-met Wire Work and More, as she guides us through the process to make our own beautiful, hand twisted Bonsai tree for ages 14+. NOTE: this class uses epoxy glue and may not be suitable for those with breathing difficulties. Date & Time: Monday, March 23; 6:15 pm to 9:15 pm Location: 4520 48 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Art Centre) Fee: $80 (Includes supplies) Contact: www.waacc.ca to register


WDHM YOUTH NETWORK: MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR COMMUNITY

WETASKIWIN & DISTRICT

HERITAGE MUSEUM

HISTORY & HERITAGE GROUP PROGRAMS & TOURS

Bring your class, team, group, friends, family, colleagues, and staff to your downtown Heritage Museum for a unique experience where learning is just a part of the fun! The museum is the perfect friendly gathering place for groups of all ages. Date & Time: By appointment Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: Prices vary Contact: Call 780.352.0227

HERITAGE COLLECTION TOURS

Curious about Collections? Artifact collections that is! Our collection tours will give you a firsthand look at how we process and maintain your community’s artifacts while you gain knowledge on Wetaskiwin’s best kept secret! Date & Time: By appointment Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: Free with museum membership of $15 Contact: Call 780.352.0227

MURDER ON MAIN PROGRAM

The game’s afoot for our murder mystery program! Attendees participate in the roles of detectives, suspects, or witnesses while using hidden clues scattered throughout the museum. Host your next event or team building activity. Date & Time: By appointment Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: $100 for non-profit organizations & members / $150 for non-members & businesses Registration: Call 780.352.0227

Are you a youth searching for an exciting enterprise this year? Consider joining the WDHM Youth Network. This unique program will allow you to channel your charismatic talents in the marketing, design, education, and administration departments of a local non-profit institution. Don’t miss out on this rewarding opportunity to boost your resume and partake in youth excellence! Contact: Call 780.352.0227 or email wdhm@persona.ca

WOMEN OF ASPENLAND

As an ongoing exhibit, the Heritage Museum pays tribute to the many women who made their own unique contribution to the communities of Wetaskiwin City, County, and Maskwacîs. The exhibit now includes more than 100 ladies, with new inductees being showcased each year. We are always looking for new inductees. Date & Time: Daily Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: By donation

CHILDREN’S LEGACY CENTRE

YOUTH NETWORK EXHIBIT: WEIRD AND WONDERFUL WETASKIWIN

We invite everyone to the WDHM’s Youth Network’s new exhibit: “Weird and Wonderful Wetaskiwin!” It is full of interesting stories including peculiar laws, fascinating facts, and snakes for supper (yum!). Date & Time: Daily Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: By donation

DROP-IN KNITTING WITH THE SPINNING KNITWITS

Do you want to learn to knit, need help with your current project, or would you simply like to knit with some great company? Come over and join knitters of all ages and experience levels for awesome weekly afternoon knitting. Date & Time: Wednesdays, 1 pm to 3 pm Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: Free, bring your own materials Contact: Call 780.352.0227

Looking for some ‘brain’ new fun? Enter the life of a pioneer in our children’s playrooms. Get your hands-on history by becoming a farmer, train conductor, teacher, store manager, and archaeologist. Be part of the story by dressing up or using the tools that built our past for generations to come. Date & Time: Daily Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: By donation

BRAZILIAN EMBROIDERY

The ancient craft of three-dimensional embroidery is for beginners or the more experienced. Teachings will include a variety of stitches to create amazing, beautiful designs. Students can purchase supplies at class. Facilitated by Alice Hoyle. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 10 to Oct. 22; 1:15 pm to 3:15 pm Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: By donation

KNIT KNIGHTS

Knitters unite at the roundtable every Thursday. Bring your textile projects and get feedback from fellow crafters or unwind by browsing in The Naked Ewe yarn shop. Get patterns, chit-chat, and be inspired. All ages and skills are welcome. Date & Time: Thursdays, 4 pm to 8 pm Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.352.0227 2019–2020 FALL/WINTER PROGRAM GUIDE

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WRITING WORKSHOP

Workshop on Development of Voice, Character & Relationships by author Rayanne Haines from Edmonton Date & Time: Wednesday, Sept. 14, 10 am to 12:30 pm Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: $25, prepaid to the Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum Contact: Call 780.352.0227

LIVE THEATRE – ACTORS INVITED

Auditions for our spring comedy, Dearly Departed. Must be available to perform in show in March 2020. Date & Time: Nov. 27, 6 pm to 9 pm | Nov. 30, 4 pm to 8 pm Location: 5002 53 Avenue (Manluk Theatre) Fee: Membership fee is $5/year Contact: Visit manluktheatre.com for details

AUDITIONS FOR SPRING MUSICAL – ACTORS INVITED

Auditions for our spring musical, 9 to 5. Must be available to perform in show in May 2020. No previous experience required. Date & Time: Dec. 12, 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm | Dec. 14, 1 pm to 5 pm Location: 5002 53 Avenue (Manluk Theatre) Fee: Membership fee is $5/year Contact: Visit manluktheatre.com for details

HONDA MOTORCYCLES OF THE 70S & 80S

More than 40 bikes tell the story of technological development during this time period, including the release of the world’s first superbike, the Honda CB750. This display is sponsored by Honda Canada Inc. Date & Time: May 18 to Oct. 15, 10 am to 5 pm Location: 6426 40 Avenue (ReynoldsAlberta Museum) Fee: Regular admission rates apply Contact: Call 780.312.2065

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OUR CHECKERED PAST, RACING IN ALBERTA

Our Checkered Past: Racing in Alberta tells the stories of six exceptional race vehicles and their passionate drivers. Date & Time: May 18 to Oct. 15, 10 am to 5 pm Location: 6426 40 Avenue (ReynoldsAlberta Museum) Fee: Regular admission rates apply Contact: Call 780.312.2065

LITTLE EXPLORERS PLAY HOUR

Looking for something fun to do with your kids this winter? We have a great program for young children. New interpreter-led activities every week, check our Facebook page for details! Drop-in, no registration required. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Oct. to Nov. and Jan. to Feb; 10:30 am to 11:30 am Location: 6426 40 Avenue (ReynoldsAlberta Museum) Fee: Regular admission rates apply Contact: 780.312.2065


AUTHOR READINGS & BOOK SALE

Area authors share stories, poems, and/or books they have published. Date & Time: Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019; 2 to 5 pm Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: Free. Limited free transportation sponsored by Wetaskiwin Word Weavers through Wetaskiwin Handivan service. Contact: Call Lori Feldberg 780.352.3073 email l.maedae@telus.net or call Isabel Didriksen 780.361.7671 email isabeldidriksen@hotmail.com

WETASKIWIN WORD WEAVERS

Local authors meet to share writing projects and support each other in becoming better writers. New writers are welcome. Date & Time: Runs Aug 27 until June. Meetings held at 7 pm, the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month Location: 4501 60 Street (Peace Hills Lodge) Fee: $2 per meeting Contact: Call Lori Feldberg 780.352.3073 email l.maedae@telus.net or call Isabel Didriksen 780.361.7671 email isabeldidriksen@hotmail.com

STUDENT CULTURE EXPLORATION

Travel to our Sister City of Ashoro Japan. Travel Cost Vary, fundraising encouraged. Explore Ancient temples and discover the latest innovations and creations, in Tech, I.A and Manga, that are exploding in the exciting country of Japan! Space is limited. Date & Time: April 2020 Contact: Call 780.312.0043 or email gnfelske59@gmail.com for details.

ESCAPE ROOMS

Lookin’ to get outa dodge? All exits are barred during these warped games - players are tested mentally, physically and emotionally! Unlock and learn the local community secrets of various themed challenges including SuperSTARS, Monsters and Mayhem, Prison Break, We Can Be Heroes and more. Date & Time: By Appointment. Must book two weeks in advance Location: 5007 50 Avenue (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: $15 per person Contact: Call 780.352.0227

GRADE 2

Students look at how the town of Millet was founded, and how agriculture and railroad resources are connected to Millet’s foundations and culture. Students examine artefacts to see how rural resources were processed, discuss the effect the railway had on Millet –and how Millet got its name- and make butter for some hands-on resource processing experience. Date & Time: By appointment Location: 5120 50 Street (Millet Museum) Fee: $2.50 per student/program

GRADE 3

Students look at the quality of life and building styles used in Millet in the past and compare them to quality of life in the present, and practice classifying rocks and minerals. Hands on activities, discussions, and artefact examination demonstrate building methods and quality of life, and offer practice in sorting and critical thinking. Date & Time: By appointment Location: 5120 50 Street (Millet Museum) Fee: $2.50 per student/ program

MILLET MUSEUM

PIONEER WOMEN EXHIBIT

You’re invited to come see our collection of 48 Pioneer Women. Since 2011, the Pioneer Women exhibit has collected and preserved the stories and contributions of women from our community. This year, our featured women are Alice Wagner, Evelyn Mosier, and Myrtle Kroening. Come learn some of the usually forgotten histories and gain a larger understanding of the Canadian story! Date & Time: See Milletmuseum.ca for hours Location: 5120 50 Street (Millet Museum) Fee: By donation

GRADE 4

Students look at the effects of the fur trade, geography, and climate on Millet today, practicing their historical and geographical thinking skills. Planting plants and interactive activities encourage students to think about the environment, while local stories discuss the effects of geography. Lastly, an escape room style activity explores the fur trade. Date & Time: By appointment Location: 5120 50 Street (Millet Museum) Fee: $2.50 per student/ program

SCHOOL PROGRAMS GRADE 1

People of the past had family and community traditions which made up their identities, just like we do. Students examine our exhibit room to find out which artefacts had traditions attached to them, make butter to learn about traditional chores, and handle uniform hats to learn about the ways different uniforms show different identities. Date & Time: By appointment Location: 5120 50 Street (Millet Museum) Fee: By donation

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BODY & MIND

MEN’S YOGA WITH BRUCE

REFRESH FLOW YOGA WITH BRUCE

WETASKIWIN CITY

Open to a wide range of practitioners, this is a moderate level class with modifications for beginners and advanced students. This class will allow for refinement in the postures while strengthening and deeply stretching the muscles. Date & Time: Mondays, Sept. 16 to Dec. 2; 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm (No class Oct. 14 or Nov. 11) Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $147 (10 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

GENTLE FLOW YOGA WITH JASMIN

BEGINNER YOGA WITH BRUCE

Are you new to yoga and want to get stronger and more flexible? In this introductory class, the focus will be placed on learning yoga basics and feeling comfortable moving through yoga postures at a slower pace. Bring a friend or spouse and try something new together. Date & Time: Mondays, Sept. 16 to Dec. 2; 6 pm to 7 pm (No class Oct. 14 or Nov. 11) Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $147 (10 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

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In this class we start with awakening and activating exercises to prepare the body and mind for the moving meditation of sun salutations. Students will to connect their breath with the movement of their bodies. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 17 to Dec. 3; 9 am to 10 am Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $176.40 (12 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

LUNCHTIME REFRESH FLOW WITH KIRSTEN

Work out stiffness with this invigorating yoga flow class meant to strengthen the body and calm the mind. Go back to work feeling grounded, refreshed and ready to conquer the rest of the week! Date & Time: Tuesdays. Sept. 17 to Dec. 3; 12:10 pm to 12:50 pm Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $176.40 (12 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

This class is specifically for men. Increase your flexibility, strengthen your core and increase lean muscle mass, while decreasing aches and pains in an all-male class. Yoga pants not required! Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 17 to Dec. 3; 6 pm to 7 pm Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $176.40 (12 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

VIKASA YOGA WITH ALANA

The Vikasa yoga method is based on classical Hatha methods and is designed to bring about a strong, healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind. Through a highly intelligent and mindful practice students will grow in strength, flexibility and balance. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 17 to Dec. 3; 7:30 pm to 9 pm Location: 5109 50 Ave, Wetaskiwin Fee: $176.40 (12 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

EARLY MORNING FLOW YOGA WITH ALANA

Start your day feeling Refreshed with this flow class. Invigorating postures to strengthen the body by combining sun salutations (flow) with a variety of postures to strengthen and stretch the body and mind. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Sept. 18 to Dec. 4; 7 am to 8 am Location: 5109 50 Ave, Wetaskiwin Fee: $176.40 (12 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

REFRESH MEDITATION PROGRAM

This 12-week meditation program designed to cultivate present moment awareness in your daily life. Through breath awareness, guided meditation and meditation homework you will start to develop a good understanding of the elements of a meditation practice. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Sept. 18 to Dec. 4, 10:30 am to 11 am Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $100.80 (12 classes); Drop-in $10/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899


PIYO LIVE WITH MELISSA

PiYo Live is a music-driven, athletic workout that strengthens, stretches, and tones with dynamic movements inspired by the best of Pilates and yoga. It includes modifications for the group exercise environment, yet offers exercise progressions to challenge all levels. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Sept. 18 to Dec. 4, 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $176.40 (12 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

GENTLE FLOW YOGA WITH JASMIN

In this class we start with awakening and activating exercises to prepare the body and mind for the moving meditation of sun salutations. Modifications are offered so each can work at their own experience level and around any physical limitations. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 19 to Dec. 5, 9 to 10 am Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $176.40 (12 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

YIN YOGA WITH ANDREA

Yin Yoga explores deep stretching to enhance flexibility and joint mobility while encouraging healing and realigning the body’s connective tissues. With deep stretching through the pelvis, hips, low spine and shoulders we will help create spaciousness and stillness in the mind. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 19 to Dec. 5, 5 pm to 6:15 pm Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $176.40 (12 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

BEGINNER YOGA WITH ANDREA

Beginner hatha yoga is a gentle class, providing a thorough introduction to the basics of yoga, including postures and technique, breath and awareness, core strength and flexibility, as well as meditation and relaxation. No yoga experience is required. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 19 to Dec. 5, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $176.40 (12 classes); Drop-in $15/class Contact: Call 780.312.2899

ROCK YOUR RETIREMENT WORKSHOP WITH TERESA

Most of us have only general ideas of what we want to do or have in our retirement. This half-day workshop, shows you how to create a Retirement Mindset Declaration to clarify your ideas, anchor your dreams and allow the power of intention to work in your life! Date & Time: Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019, 1 pm to 4 pm Location: 5109 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $55 +GST Contact: Call 780.312.2899

YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

We are excited to offer a 200 hour yoga teacher training with Anahata Rising over 9 weekends. This program is different, it focuses on community, support, and becoming fully present in our life. It is suitable for yogis looking to deepen their practice or if you plan on teaching. Contact: Please check their website at anahatarising.com to reserve your spot.

HYPOPRESSIVE WORKSHOP WITH TRISTA ZINN

Hypopressive breathing and postural techniques help women recover from pelvic floor dysfunctions such as incontinence and prolapse. Learn the basic postures and breathing techniques to decrease downward pressure, allowing for elevation of the connective tissues and activation of your core and postural muscles. Want to teach these techniques? Register for the training on Saturday and Sunday. Date & Time: Friday, Oct. 18, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Fee: $75 Contact: Register at hypopressivecanada.com

HEALTHY CHOICES WELLNESS WORKSHOP

Are you ready to take a journey to better health? If so, then don’t miss this three-evening health workshop series with Dr. Darlene Blaney, PhD, NCP, CFT. Topics include: The Diabetes Epidemic, Boosting Your Immune System, and Achieving Optimal Health. Date & Time: Friday, Oct. 4 to 6, 7 pm Location: 4103 56 Street (Best Western Wayside Inn) Fee: Free Contact: Call 587.557.9157; registration@ healthseminars.ca

DEPRESSION & ANXIETY RECOVERY PROGRAM

Consider joining the thousands around the world who have found freedom from depression and anxiety through this wellresearched, scientifically based community program encompassing the whole person developed by Dr. Neil Nedley. Stay tuned for specific announcements about free information sessions opened to the public. Contact: For more information or to preregister visit www.depressionrecovery.ca

FUNG LOY KOK INSTITUTE OF TAOISM – TAOIST TAI CHI CLASSES

The Taoist Tai Chi® form of 108 movements was designed to improve health in the holistic sense; return the mind to stillness and clarity, and the body to a balanced, healthy state. Comfortable clothing and footwear recommended. Date & Time: Wednesdays, 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 6128 56 Avenue, By-the-Lake Park Hall Contact: Visit www.taoist.org

YOGA MASSAGE WORKSHOP

Join us for an evening of pure relaxation. Restorative yoga is passive where you are supported with props in the poses. While you are resting in the postures, our massage therapists work your muscles. Date & Time: Fridays, 7 pm to 8:30 pm Fee: $45 +GST ($30 massage receipt given to submit to insurance) Contact: Call 780.312.2899 visit refreshwellnesscentre.com

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ZUMBA

Find your happy time with Zumba. Experience a variety of energizing music that will get your feet moving, hips shaking and heart pumping! Zumba is appropriate for all levels of abilities. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 17 to Nov. 19; 5 pm to 6 pm Location: 5216 54 Street (Wetaskiwin Seniors Centre) Fee: $75, drop-in $10 Contact: Call Wendy Crabtree at 780.387.0610, email shimmychica1@gmail.com

POUND FITNESS

Become the music in this exhilarating full-body drumming inspired workout that combines cardio, conditioning, and strength training with yoga and pilates-inspired movements. Appropriate for all abilities. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 19 to Nov. 21, 5:15 pm to 6 pm Location: 5216 54 Street (Wetaskiwin Seniors Centre) Fee: $75, drop-in $10 Contact: Call Wendy Crabtree 780.387.0610, email shimmychica1@gmail.com

Don’t limit your challenges, challenge your limits. Jerry Dunn

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ORIGIN YOGA GENTLE AND YIN YOGA

Gentle movements for greater flexibility, balance, inner stillness and growth. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Oct. 9 to Dec. 11, 6 pm to 7:15 pm Location: Private Studio. Contact for details Fee: $126 Contact: Visit www.originyoga.ca

STRENGTH FLOW YOGA

This is a dynamic movement class that will build strength and length. Beginner friendly. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Oct. 9 to Dec. 11, 7:45 pm to 9 pm Location: Private Studio. Contact for details Fee: $126 Contact: Visit www.originyoga.ca

YOBATA (YOGA-STYLE TABATA)

This is a vigorous class followed by some deep therapeutic releases. One of a kind sweat equity! Fast paced but beginner friendly Date & Time: Saturdays, Oct. 26 to Nov. 30, 8 am to 9 am Location: Private Studio. Contact for details Fee: $65 Contact: Visit www.originyoga.ca

RESTORATIVE YOGA BLISS

An extra gentle, pampering mini-retreat designed to bring greater overall balance and release of tension and stress through gentle supported movement and breath. Beginner friendly. Date & Time: Friday, Nov. 29, 6:30 pm to 9 pm Location: Private Studio. Contact for details Fee: $45 Contact: Visit www.originyoga.ca

GENTLE & YIN YOGA

Gentle movements for greater flexibility, balance, inner stillness and growth. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Jan. 8 to March 18, 6 pm to 7:15 pm (No class Feb. 5) Location: Private Studio. Contact for details Fee: $126 Contact: Visit www.originyoga.ca

STRENGTH FLOW YOGA

This is a dynamic movement class that will build strength and length. Beginner friendly. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Jan. 8 to March 18, 7:45 pm to 9 pm (No class Feb. 5) Location: Private Studio. Contact for details Fee: $126 Contact: Visit www.originyoga.ca

PRIVATE YOGA FOR MOBILITY AND EASE

Private sessions available to help with various mobility and physical challenges. Private bookings for up to 10 people. See website for more info as well as info on Therapeutic Yoga. Contact: Visit www.originyoga.ca or email info@originyoga.ca

BETTER BACK YIN YOGA

This is an introspective class that will help to release and strengthen your system and with a special emphasis on bringing greater suppleness and ease to your back. Gentle & Introspective mini retreat. Beginner friendly. Date & Time: Friday, Oct. 25, 6:30 pm to 9 pm Location: Private Studio. Contact for details Fee: $45 Contact: Visit www.originyoga.ca

ZUMBA CLASSES

Come have fun in this Latin-inspired, easy to follow, calorie burning, dance fitness class. No experience necessary. Everyone welcome. Date & Time: Starting week of Sept. 16 to April 30 Location: Alder Flats Community Hall Fee: $90 for six-week session, $15 for drop-in Contact: Call Emma 780.241.0250


HEALTHY CHOICES Wellness Workshop WETASKIWIN, AB ~ OCTOBER 4 - 6, 2019

√ Learn from informative, healthy lifestyle presentations √ Be motivated to take charge of your own health!

A Three-Part Evening Workshop Series - PREVENTING & OVERCOMING THE DIABETES EPIDEMIC

WORKSHOP PRESENTER Darlene Blaney, PhD, NCP, CFT

- Nutritional Consulting Practitioner - Certified Fitness Trainer - Operator of a Nutritional Consulting College - Author of Four Healthy-Eating Cookbooks

Workshop Location:

Best Western Wayside Inn

- ACHIEVING OPTIMAL HEALTH THE NATURAL WAY - BOOSTING YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM & COMBATING DISEASE

Spaces Are Limited. Pre-Register by September 30.

4103 56 Street, Wetaskiwin, AB

Pre-Register by Phone: 587-557-9157 Pre-Register by Email: registration@healthseminars.ca

For more information about this program, visit WWW.HEALTHSEMINARS.CA

PEACE HILLS

ADVENTURER CLUB

A fun and creative way for children ages 4 - 9 to discover, to grow, and to serve. WHAT IS THE ADVENTURER CLUB?

A Christian-based club for children where recognition is given to children as unique people with special talents. At Adventurers children learn to take pride in what they do, strengthen their abilities, and develop positive character qualities as they grow and learn together. Any children (ages 4-9 years), regardless of faith background, are welcome to join and participate.

HOW CAN I LEARN MORE?

Visit with us at the Parade of Programs on Sept 4, 2019. Contact us by phone at 780-352-8500, or email at adventurers@wetaskiwinadventist.ca.

DR. NEDLEY’S COMMUNITY

DEPRESSION & ANXIETY RECOVERY PROGRAM

WETASKIWIN AREA - WINTER 2020

There’s life beyond the emptiness and struggle. For you. For family. For all. Consider joining the thousands who have found freedom from depression and anxiety through this well-researched, scientifically-based community program encompassing the whole person.

For more information or to pre-register for an information session, please visit:

www.depressionrecovery.ca Neil Nedley, M.D.

Program Developer & Presenter

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COMMUNITY CLUBS & SUPPORT

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

COMMUNITY CLUBS

KINETTE CLUB OF WETASKIWIN

Great group of ladies working together to support and better our community. New members welcome! Make Friends! Have Fun! Give Back! Date &Time: Second Tuesday of each month, 6:30 pm Location: Changes between various local eateries. Contact: Call 780.387.7497, email: wetaskiwinkinettes@outlook.com

WETASKIWIN GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

At our monthly meetings we provide members and guests with information essential to researching family history including information on databases and websites, DNA, local and offline resources, group discussions all to help break down those brick walls. Date & Time: Third Tuesday of each month (no meetings July, Aug. or Dec.), 7 pm Location: 5410 36 Avenue (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints) Contact: Email wetaskiwin@abgenealogy.ca

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WETASKIWIN MEDI LEND SOCIETY

Wetaskiwin Medi Lend Society is a nonprofit, 100% volunteer run organization which provides short term loan of medical equipment, free of charge, to residents of the City/ County of Wetaskiwin and the Town of Millet. Equipment available includes bath seats, tub rails, bed rails, crutches, commodes, raised toilet seats, walkers and wheelchairs. Date & Time: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 10 am to 2 pm Location: 5106B 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin

WETASKIWIN EARLY YEARS COALITION

All for our Children, free guest speaker series for parents. Date & Time: Oct. 5 “Be the Anchor” with Kari Lotzien, 1 pm to 3 pm; Nov. 2 “Anxiety” with Tammy Auten-Dye, 1 pm to 3 pm; Jan. 18 “Little Warriors” Workshop, 1 pm to 4 pm; Feb. 1 and 18 “Parenting and Blended Families” with Family Centre of Edmonton, 1 pm to 3 pm; March 7 “Parenting & Technology in the Early Years” with FCE, 1 pm to 3 pm; April 4 “Play for Success” with Robbin Gibb, 1 pm to 3 pm. Fee: Free Contact: Email wetaskiwinearlyyearscoalition@gmail.com

ENRICHMENT PROGRAM: BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF WETASKIWIN

The Enrichment Program at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin is a solution-focused counselling program that supports youth and parents in building parenting and life skills, as well as connections to the community, through the development of strategies specific to individual needs. Contact: Call Kathryn 780.352.4643 ext. 28

FIRST FIVE YEARS

This is a four-week program at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin for parents of children under age five with information on building bonds, preventing problems, and development. Dinner and childcare provided. Car Seat Safety Presentation on Oct. 21. Date & Time: Mondays, Sept. 16 to Oct. 7; 5 pm to 7:30 pm Fee: Free ($20 for parent workbook) Contact: Call Kathryn 780.352.4643 ext. 28

ACTIVE PARENTING NOW

This is a six-week program at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin for parents of children ages 5 to 12 with information on developing positive discipline and communication strategies. Dinner and childcare provided. Date & Time: Mondays, Oct. 28 to Dec. 9, 2019; 5 pm to 7:30 pm Fee: Free ($15 for parent workbook) Contact: Call Kathryn 780.352.4643 ext. 28

PARENTING TEENS PROGRAM

This is a four week program at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin for parents of teens that provides information on preparing and navigating for the teen years through communication, family values, stress, technology, and living in a stepfamily. Dinner and childcare provided. Date & Time: Mondays, Jan. 13 to Feb. 3, 5 pm to 7:30 pm Fee: Free Contact: Call Kathryn 780.352.4643 ext. 28

THRIVE YOUTH GROUP

This is a fun, interactive group at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin that is focused on activity-based learning of social emotional skills for youth ages 12 to 18. Date & Time: Tuesdays, starting Jan. 14; 3:45 pm to 5 pm Fee: Free Contact: Call Kathryn 780.352.4643 ext. 28

VOLUNTEER WITH THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF WETASKIWIN

The Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for you to make a difference in a young person’s life… by spending time with them or helping with fundraising events. Contact: Call Corene at 780.361.1950 ext. 1 or visit www.wetaskiwinyouth.ca/join-our-team


WETASKIWIN AND HOME SUPPORT DISTRICT VICTIM SERVICES PROGRAM

Wetaskiwin and District Victim Services provides support, information and referrals to victims of crime and tragedy. We are police-based and volunteer driven. Please visit our website at vsuwetaskiwin.com for more information on how we can assist you if you are a victim of crime or how to become a volunteer Advocate. Location: 5005 48 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.312.7287 or visit vsuwetaskiwin.com

The Home Support Program is designed to support seniors to remain in their own homes by providing light housekeeping duties such as vacuuming, dusting, laundry or cleaning bathrooms. The Home Support Program can also help people on a short-term basis who have been discharged from hospital and need help with light housekeeping while recuperating at home. Contact: FCSS at 780.361.4425

MEALS ON WHEELS (MOWS) City of Wetaskiwin

WETASKIWIN SENIORS BUS TRIPS

Organized by wonderful volunteers! “One Night With You, ULTIMATE ELVIS” is the first bus trip, scheduled for Oct. 3, 2019. Tickets to the Lougheed Centre in Camrose are $75 each and include transportation and the show. Tickets will be sold at the Wetaskiwin Seniors Centre on Aug. 20, 22, 28 and 29th from 11am -1pm.

Volunteer drivers deliver dietary accommodating hot meals prepared at Peace Hills Lodge to the client’s home, Monday’s through Friday’s, including statutory holidays. Clients are able to choose which days they would like to receive their meals. The cost is $6.50 per meal. Contact: Call FCSS at 780.361.4425

WETASKIWIN WOMEN’S CONFERENCE

Wetaskiwin FCSS works in collaboration with volunteers to plan and organize the annual Wetaskiwin Women’s Conference. The conference provides an opportunity for women to spend a day enjoying great speakers, good food, door prizes and much laughter! Date: Saturday October 5 Location: 5206 50 Street, Wetaskiwin Memorial Arts Centre For more information and tickets contact FCSS at 780.361.4425

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!

The City of Wetaskiwin Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Is looking for volunteers to fill volunteer positions that include volunteer snow shoveling, volunteer driving program, volunteer income tax preparation and friendly volunteer visitors. If you have questions, or would like to volunteer for any of the above volunteer positions, please call the FCSS office at 780-361-4425

BARN

LIVE BAND. PIE AUCTION. BULL RIDING. SILENT AUCTION. BOOT SCOOTIN'

DANCE

$50/ Adult

$15/ 4-12

3 & Under /FREE

PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT WILL GO TOWARDS THE WETASKIWIN HEALTH FOUNDATION'S CURRENT CAMPAIGN.

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE FOUNDATION OFFICE OR WETASKIWINHEALTHFOUNDATION.COM 2019–2020 FALL/WINTER PROGRAM GUIDE

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LEARNING & LITERACY

LEGO & KIT PLAY

Free. Ages 4 to 99. Join us for creative LEGO building and kit play. What is kit play you ask? Interactive, hands on play with kinetic sand, magnet tiles, board games and more. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 19 to Dec. 19; 3 pm to 5 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446 PUBLIC LIBRARY

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STORIES, BUBBLES AND ACTIVITIES

WETASKIWIN TOASTMASTERS

Wetaskiwin Toastmasters teaches Public Speaking and Leadership Skills Date & Time: Mondays, 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 5105 46 Ave, Emmanuel Anglican Church Contact: Call 780.781.9927 for more information

WETASKIWIN TUTORING

Alberta Certified teacher. Remedial and enrichment instruction in math, reading, and writing for grades 1 to 9. Date & Time: Weekdays after school Fee: Contact for details Contact: Call 780.362.1430 or email smtales@rocketmail.com for details

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Free. Ages 1 to 5. Join us for a morning of songs, stories, rhymes, bubbles and activities. Date & Time: Mondays, Sept. 16 to Dec. 16; 10:30 am (No stories Oct. 14 and Nov. 11) Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

AFTER SCHOOL DIY

Free. Ages 5 to 14. Do you want to make ridiculously cool projects? Come check out activities such as DIY slime, Skittles painting, LEGO, snow globes and so much more! Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 17 to Dec. 17; 3:30 to 4:30 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

COOKIES AND CUDDLES

Free. Ages 2 to 10. Get cozy, sit back and relax with stories and cookies before bed. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Sept. 18 to Dec. 18; 6:45 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

STORIES & CRAFTS

Free. Ages 2 to 6. Enjoy a story followed by a themed craft or activity. (With the exception of Dinosaurs Are Taking over the Library on Oct. 4, Superhero Day on Nov. 22, and Disney Day on Dec. 6) Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 19 to Dec. 19; 3 pm to 5 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

SATURDAY SURPRISE

Free. Everyone welcome. Pop-in on Saturdays for a surprise program with Miss Danni or Miss Nicole. Date & Time: Saturdays, Sept. 21 to Dec. 21; 10:30 am Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

DINOSAURS ARE TAKING OVER THE LIBRARY

Free. Everyone welcome Come and create your own dinosaur mask, tail, and enjoy other crafts and activities. Once the Dino look is complete, sit down for a movie with tasty Dino treats. Date & Time: Friday, Oct. 4; 10:30 am Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

SUPERHERO DAY

Free. Everyone welcome. CALLING ALL SUPERHEROES! Show up in your favorite superhero gear to make a craft, play games, and enjoy super snacks! Date & Time: Friday, Nov. 22; 10:30 am Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446


DISNEY DAY

Free. Everyone welcome. Come one, come all to the Disney Ball! Join us dressed up as your favorite Disney character, then get crafty, play some games, and enjoy a Disney classic movie! Date & Time: Friday, Dec. 6; 10:30 am Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

VISIT WITH SANTA AND CHRISTMAS CRAFTS

Free. Everyone welcome. Santa is making a special stop at the library this year. Join us for crafts, activities and a visit with Santa. Date & Time: Saturday, Dec. 14; 10:30 am Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

TEEN & YOUTH

CAN YOU ESCAPE?

Free. Ages 12 to 17. We have the pleasure of teaming up with the Wetaskiwin Genealogical Society to host an escape adventure in the library. Come and see if you are clever enough to escape. Date & Time: Saturday, Oct. 12; 1 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

TEEN HALLOWEEN PARTY

Free. Ages 13 to 17. Join us for a spooky party like no other, featuring games, activities, snacks and prizes. Best costume wins! Date & Time: Friday, Oct. 18; 6 pm to 8 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

TEEN MOVIE NIGHT

Free. Ages 13 to 17. Join us for a spooky party like no other, featuring games, activities, snacks and prizes. Best costume wins! Date & Time: Friday. Oct. 18; 6 pm to 8 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

TWEEN CHOCOLATE OLYMPICS

TEEN HANG OUT AND GAME OUT

Free. Ages 13 to 17. Need to blow off some steam  after school? Join us every second Wednesday for teen videogame time at the library. Date & Time: Sept. 25, Oct. 9 & 23, Nov. 13 & 27, Dec. 11; 5 pm to 7 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

GET CRAFTY

Free. Ages 9 to 14. Get creative, crafty, and messy. Join us for art projects like pour painting, rock painting and many more. Must pre-register. Date & Time: Oct. 5, Nov. 2, Dec. 7; 1 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

Free. Ages 9 to 14. Chocolate everything, from relay races to Guess that Chocolate, M&M  sorting and more. Get your taste buds ready for an exciting afternoon of chocolate extravaganza fun! To register, come in or call the Wetaskiwin Public Library. Date & Time: Saturday, Nov. 16; 1:30 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

TEEN MOVIE NIGHT

Free. Ages 13 to 17. The delicious smell of popcorn popping and a flick with your friends all snuggled up in your favourite pajamas. Date & Time: Nov. 21, 6 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

WALKING GINGERBREAD

Free. Ages 9 to 17. So tasty, you’ll want to eat  their brains! Come for our teen zombie Gingerbread decorating. Date & Time: Saturday, Dec. 14; 1:30 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

ADULT

BOOK CLUB

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Would you like to enjoy an evening of engaging discussion with other avid readers? Call or drop by the library to sign up for our fall book club program. Date & Time: Mondays, Sept. 9, Oct. 7, Nov. 4, Dec. 2; 6 pm to 7:30 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

GET YOUR GAME ON! AT THE LIBRARY

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Come down to the library and enjoy games like crib, Yahtzee, checkers or dominoes. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 10 to Dec. 17; 1 pm to 3 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

WRITERS’ CLUB

Free. Ages 16 years or older. Back by popular demand! This program will feature five sessions pertaining to different types of writing. Come and share your ideas in a judgement free zone. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 12 & 26, Oct. 10, Nov. 14 & 28; 6 pm to 7:30 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

NEW! SUNDAY MATINEE

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Join us the third Sunday of every month for a movie and free popcorn. Date & Time: Sundays, Sept. 15, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, and Dec. 15; 1:30 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

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DEATH CAFE

CONVERSATION IN CREE

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Through open conversation in a natural, comfortable setting, we can bring conversations about death out of silence and increase awareness of death as part of life. Date & Time: Mondays, Sept. 16, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and Dec. 16; 6 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Are you interested in learning Cree or wanting to improve on what you already know? Sign up to learn some basics, connect with your community and make new friends. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 19, Oct. 3 & 17; 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

DROP-IN CRAFT NIGHT AT THE LIBRARY

ADULT DIY CHRISTMAS CARD CRAFT

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Keep up with your projects with help from the library! We’ll supply the cookies and hot chocolate; you bring your projects. Be ready to learn new tips & tricks, share your own and enjoy the company! Date & Time: Wednesdays, Sept. 18 to Dec. 11; 6:15 pm to 7:45 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Join us for crafting, free hot chocolate and good company. Call or drop by the library to preregister. Date & Time: Friday, Nov. 16; 10:30 am Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

CULTURE CRAFTS

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Join us at the library Sunday, to make your own Christmas tree ornaments. Drop by the library or call to register. Date & Time: Sunday, Dec. 8; 1:30 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Come join us for Culture Crafts at the library! We will learn how to make dream catchers, tipi lights, medicine wheels, safety pin headdresses and more! Drop by the library or call to register. Date & Time: Saturdays, Sept. 28, Oct. 26, and Nov. 30; 10 am Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

HORROR MOVIE MANIA

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Are you ready to be scared? Come to the library for classic cinematic Halloween horrors. Popcorn and scares included. Date & Time: Thursdays, Oct. 3 to 31; 6 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

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ADULT DIY CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS CRAFT

ANNUAL SENIORS’ CHRISTMAS TEA

Free. Visit the library for a light lunch, yummy Christmas treats and an afternoon of entertainment, story sharing and Christmas cheer. Date & Time: Wednesday, Dec. 11; 12 pm to 2:30 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

ALDER FLATS LIBRARY

ADULT SIGN PAINTING CLASS WITH ASHLEY

Date & Time: November 2019 Location: Alder Flats School Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Visit the Alder Flats Library Facebook Page for details

CHILDREN’S SIGN PAINTING CLASS WITH ASHLEY

Date & Time: February 2020 Location: Alder Flats School Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Visit the Alder Flats Library Facebook Page for details

KNITTING FOR BEGINNERS – KIDS TO ADULTS

Date & Time: January 2020 Location: Alder Flats School Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Visit the Alder Flats Library Facebook Page for details


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CODY’S GUITAR, BASS & DRUM INSTRUCTION

MUSIC & DANCE

Guitar, bass, and drum instruction with Cody Hanson. Date & Time: By appointment Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Email debimum@telus.net or Call 780.362.3141

SHAWNA’S MUSIC STUDIO

Private music lessons in piano, violin and guitar for ages 5 to 95. Date & Time: By appointment (30 minutes per week) Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Call 780.362.1430

ANDY & TINA’S DANCE FX

Dance FX offers high caliber, affordable training to individuals looking to dance as a recreation, form of exercise, or those aspiring to a career in the performing arts. We believe that dance training should involve more than just learning steps. Self-confidence, poise, creativity, an understanding of teamwork and an active, healthy lifestyle will all evolve as dance training progresses. Contact: Email dfx@me.com

Shawna’s Music Studio 780 362 1430 Piano lessons Violin Lessons Guitar Lessons Shawna S. Welz. BEd. BA Music

Wetaskiwin Tutoring 780 362 1430 Grades 1 to 10

Fun for all ages!

Classes for ages 3 & up.

Fun recreational & competitive level classes.

Jazz Tap Ballet

Lyrical Hip Hop Contemporary Musical Theatre

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PRE-SCHOOL

CLEAR VISTA PRE-SCHOOL

Our preschool program is a fun and creative place for children to learn social skills and independence, all while introducing school activities to help with the transition to kindergarten! Date & Times: Mon & Wed, 8:45 am to 11:30 am; Tues & Thur, 8:45 am to 11:30 am, and Tues & Thur, 12:30 pm to 3:15 pm. Location: 4510 47 Street (Clear Vista School) Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Call 780.361.9433

EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE CENTRE

The Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin provides Licensed and Accredited childcare for children ages 12 months to 6 years with certified, enthusiastic and dedicated staff. Funded as an Alberta Early Learning and Child Care Centre. Date and Time: Year-round, Mon to Fri; 6:30 am to 11 pm Location: 4013 48 Street, Wetaskiwin Fees: Varies. Subsidies available (visit https:// www.alberta.ca/child-care-subsidy.aspx) Contact: Call Kerona at 780.352.4632 ext. 6

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WETASKIWIN SENIOR CITIZENS SOCIETY

All of the following programs are drop in and are held at the Wetaskiwin Senior Citizens Society, 5216 54 St. Phone: 780.352.4646 Email: wetaskiwinseniorssociety@gmail.com Membership: $20 per year. Drop-in fees: Members-$2, Non-members - $4, unless otherwise noted.

STRETCH AND BEND

Stay supple, stay active! Stay young! Have fun! Everyone Welcome, all fitness levels and ages Date & Time: Monday and Thursdays; 9:30 am to 10:30 am

CRAFTS - FOR CRAFTERS AT HEART

Join the craft group. Make, learn, share, enjoy a wide variety of practical heritage crafts. Date & Time: Mondays at 1pm

MILITARY WHIST

Date & Time: Mondays at 1:30 pm

GROWING IN GRACE PRE-SCHOOL (3 & 4 YEAR OIDS)

A family-friendly environment with opportunity for all and their families. We promote a spiritual, heartwarming, and above all, fun and creative atmosphere. Facilities include gymnasium, kitchen and spacious classroom accommodations. Low monthly costs with various payment options. Date & Time: Mon/Wed, Tues/Thurs with various times Location: 4218 56 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $65/month Contact: Call 780.352.5121

PROGRAMS

FLOOR CURLING

Good for all fitness levels and great exercise! Date & Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:30 pm

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON BINGO

Enjoy bingo with friends! Open to anyone 18 or older. Date & Time: Wednesdays at 1 pm

POOL – BILLIARDS

Date & Time: Mondays to Fridays at 9am

BRIDGE

Date & Time: Thursdays at 1:30 pm

BELLTONE HEARING

Date & Time: 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 1 pm Contact: 780.352.4646 to confirm dates

CANASTA

Date & Time: Fridays at 1 pm

COMMUNITY LUNCHES

Date & time: Monthly from 11:30 am to 1 pm Fee: $7

KAISER (CARD GAME)

Date & Time: Thursdays at 1 pm

SERVICES

Podiatrist – Wednesdays (varies)

SENIORS YOGA

Find greater mobility and ease in this gentle classic style yoga class. Mat needed Date & Time: Wednesdays, Oct. 9 to Nov. 27; 11 am to 12 Noon Location: 5216 54 Street (Wetaskiwin Seniors Centre) Fee: $70 Contact: Visit www.originyoga.ca

SENIORS 55+ BOWLING

Keep Fit Bowl A Bit - Fun Recreational League. Come on out and join us for fun, coffee and meet new friends Date & Time: Begins Sept. 4. Wednesdays, 9 am; Fridays, 1 pm Location: 5013 49 Street (Western Lanes Bowling) Fee: $10/week, plus shoes Contact: Call 780.352.4705

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ALDER FLATS WESTERN PIONEERS SENIORS CENTRE

Join other seniors for socializing, bowling (2 lanes) and excursions! For facility rentals call: Jan Barker at 780.388.0163 or Dianna Rowan at 780.388.3793

BUCK LAKE SENIORS

Seniors Drop In Centre Contacts: Dianna 780.388.3768; Harvey 780.682.2269; Gil 780.388.2384

FLOOR CURLING

Date & Time: Mondays at 1:30pm Bonspiels in January, February, March & April

FOOT CARE

Date & Time: 2nd Monday of the month from 9 am – noon

PANCAKE BREAKFAST – EVERYONE WELCOME

Date & Time: 3rd Sunday October – April, except December from 9am-10:30am

CRAFT DAY – EVERYONE WELCOME

Date & Time: 2nd & 4th Wednesday, October to April except December from 10 am Bring your lunch, coffee/tea served

CRIBBAGE TOURNAMENTEVERYONE WELCOME

Date & Time: Last Saturday of the month October to April except December from 12:30 registration start time

FLOOR SHUFFLE BOARD

Date & Time: Thursday afternoons at 1 pm

CAMP OUT

Three days of Camping Pot Luck, Jam Sessions, Floor Curling, Crib Tournaments and Dancing Date: September 13, 14 & 15, 2019

MILLET & DISTRICT SENIORS CLUB – MONTHLY MEETING

Pot luck meal at noon followed by the meeting. Open to all seniors 50 and older. Chance to meet new people and find out what is happening in the community. Speakers on various topics. Bus trips throughout the year. Date & Time: Last Wednesday of the month; 12 pm Location: 5156 50 Avenue (Millet Legion) Fee: $5 annual membership; $2 per meeting Contact: Call Ellen at 780.387.4807

FLOOR CURLING

Everyone is welcome. Date & Time: Mondays; 1 pm Location: Old Millet School Fee: $2 per week Contact: Call Bob at 780.387.4187

CHAIR YOGA

MA-ME-O SENIORS

Activities include card games, exercise program, Quilting, bridge tournaments, casino participation, picnics, cycling, and social activities. We operate in coordination with the Falun Seniors group for many activities such as floor curling, bocce ball, picnics, Seniors Wellness Conference, Christmas party, art classes, and computer classes. Date: 1st Thursday of every month except for July & August. Pot luck and meeting, Contact: MaryEllen Herman at 780.839.9632 or Darlene Bouclin at 780.966.0745.

Open to anyone who does not want to do floor yoga Date & Time: Fridays; 10:30 am Location: Millet Library Fee: $10 drop-in Contact: Call 780.387.5222 for more information

KNITTING GROUP

Work on your own project or work on Prayer shawls. Date & Time: First Tuesday of the month; 1 pm Location: Millet Library Contact: Call Florence at 780.387.4572 for more information

WHIST TOURNAMENT

Open to anyone who wants to play whist. Date & Time: Oct. 3 & Nov. 7; 1 pm Location: Millet Legion Fee: $5 Contact: Call Irene at 780.387.4442

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SPORTS & FITNESS PIYO LIVE

KARATE

We are a branch club of the Mumonkan Dojo. The Mumonkan Dojo is the only one outside of Japan to exclusively teach the legendary world renowned Motobu-ryu Karate directly under Grandmaster Motobu Chosei Soke, a direct descendent of the Royal Family of Okinawa and the son of the legendary Bushi Choki Motobu - who is one of the main Grandmasters responsible for Japan’s introduction to Karate. Date & Time: Mondays starting Sept. 9; 7 pm Location: 4527 56 Street (Shanti Wellness Centre Fee: $175 Contact: Call 780.352.0945

KETTLEBELL

Kettlebells offer a different kind of training using dynamic moves targeting almost every aspect of fitness – endurance, strength, balance, agility and cardio endurance. It’s challenging, efficient and you only need one piece of equipment. Date & Time: Mon & Wed starting Sept. 11; 4:45 pm Location: 4527 56 Street (Shanti Wellness Centre) Fee: $140 for 12 weeks Contact: Call 780.352.0945

WALKFIT

It is a low impact, multi muscle, calorie torching, walking based workout - with very effective results! Anyone - all fitness levels can do it! Date & Time: Tues & Thurs starting Sept. 17; 5:30 pm Location: 4527 56 Street (Shanti Wellness Centre) Fee: $60/month Contact: Call 780.352.0945

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KICK BOXING

From the warm-up, hand wrapping, stance, footwork, kickboxing drills and combinations utilizing focus pads and partner training, abs routine and cool down stretches, this workshop is designed for the ultimate in authenticity and fitness ensuring a safe and efficient class. Date & Time: Mondays starting Sept. 9; 5:30 pm Location: 4527 56 Street (Shanti Wellness Centre) Fee: $199 Contact: Call 780.352.0945

Strive for progress, not perfection.

Drop in class. PIYO is a workout set to music that strengthens, stretches, and tones with dynamic movements inspired by Pilates and Yoga. All fitness levels welcome. Date & Time: Mondays, Sept. 9 to Nov. 25 (no classes Oct. 14 or Nov. 11); 12:15 pm to 12:45 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free with membership or daily admission Contact: 780.361.4444

STEP-TACULAR

Drop in class. Want a spectacular body but don’t want to spend hours in the gym? This 30-minute beginner step class will tone your legs, booty and kick start your metabolism! All fitness levels welcome. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 10 to Nov. 26, 12:15 pm to 12:45 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free with membership or daily admission Contact: 780.361.4444

EARLY BIRD BOOTCAMP

Drop in class. You’re a busy person- work, life, kids... HIIT the gym first thing in the morning to make sure you get your workout in. This 45-minute High Intensity Interval Training boot camp class is for you if you want a good cardio and strength workout. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 10 to Nov. 26; 6 pm to 6:45 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free with membership or daily admission Contact: 780.361.4444

RESIST THIS

Drop in class. Fill your plate with this muscular endurance class served with heaps of dumbbells, resistance bands, and weight bars. All fitness levels welcome. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Sept. 11 to Nov. 27; 12:15 pm to 12:45 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free with membership or daily admission Contact: 780.361.4444


TOTAL BODY CONDITION

Drop in class. You’ve made it to the gym, but what should you do!? We can help with this 45-minute quick paced class that uses weights and cardio for every major muscle group. All fitness levels welcome. Date & Time: Wednesdays, Sept. 11 to Nov. 27, 6:30 pm to 7:15 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free with membership or daily admission Contact: 780.361.4444

FAST 45

Drop in class. Up and at ‘em! This fast 45-minute cardio and weight class will use a variety of equipment to give you a full body workout to kick start your day! All fitness levels welcome. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 12 to Nov. 28; 6 am to 6:45 am Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free with membership or daily admission Contact: 780.361.4444

FULL BODY CIRCUIT

Drop in class. This 30-minute circuit class will use a variety of equipment to give you a full body workout in the least amount of time! All fitness levels welcome. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 12 to Nov. 28; 11:15 am to 11:45 am Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free with membership or daily admission Contact: 780.361.4444

CORE CRUSHER

Drop in class. Get ready to crush that six pack with this 30-minute core focused class. All fitness levels welcome. Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 12 to Nov. 28; 12:15 pm to 12:45 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free with membership or daily admission Contact: 780.361.4444

SUNRISE CYCLE

Registered Class. The weather is always perfect inside for a spin. Start your day on a good note with this 45-minute indoor cycle class. Register for the whole session or drop in for individual days (space permitting). Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 10 to Nov. 19; 6 am to 6:45 am Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Members: $80 | Non-members: $110 | Drop-in: $14 Contact: Register online at manlukcentre.ca/ register

SUNSET CYCLE

Registered Class. You’re a busy person- work, life, kids... take some “you time” and get away from it all. Get your cardio in, reduce stress, and improve your mood all in this 45 minute indoor cycle class. Register for whole session or drop in for individual days (space permitting). Date & Time: Thursdays, Sept. 12 to Nov. 21; 7 pm to 7:45 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Members: $80 | Non-members: $110 | Drop-in: $14 Contact: Register online at manlukcentre.ca/ register

POWER PEDAL

Drop in class. Take a power lunch ride at the Manluk Centre with this 30-minute fast paced cardio cycle class sure to burn calories. Date & Time: Fridays, Sept. 13 to Nov. 29; 12:15 pm to 12:45 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Free with membership or daily admission Contact: 780.361.4444

RESTORATIVE YOGA WITH CARRIE

Registered Class. Looking for stress relief and relaxation? Leave the busy week behind you and rejuvenate yourself for a happy weekend. All levels welcome. Register for the whole session or drop in for individual days (space permitting). Date & Time: Fridays, Sept. 20 to Nov. 22; 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: Members: $80 | Non-members: $110 | Drop-in: $14 Contact: Register online at manlukcentre.ca/ register

DROP-IN PICKLEBALL

Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines the best of badminton, tennis, and table tennis into a sport for all ages and all abilities. An instructor will be present to facilitate learning, set up, and rules. Date & Time: Fall Session: Thursdays, 7 pm to 8:30 pm (No pickleball Sept. 26, Oct. 3, Nov. 7 & 28, and Dec. 5); Winter Session: Thursdays, 7 pm to 8:30 pm (No pickleball Jan. 9, Feb. 6, March 5 & 26, and April 2) Location: 4513 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Drill Hall) Fee: $2 drop-in fee Contact: Call 780.361.4412 for details or visit manlukcentre.ca for a schedule

3-IN-1 P.L.A.Y WETASKIWIN

Get in the game while developing fundamental movement skills with our community sport initiative, Physical Literacy for All Youth! Each session will focus on 3 different sports, with each activity lasting three weeks. Date & Time: Mondays, Sept. 23 to Dec. 2 Active Start (3-5yrs): 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm FUNdamentals (6-8yrs): 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Learn to Train (9-12yrs): 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm Location: TBD Fee: $40 +GST Contact: Register online at manlukcentre.ca/ register

DANCEPL3Y

DANCEPL3Y (dance-play) KIDS is a highenergy kids physical activity program that “plays” with dance while promoting positive mental health through the 3 Rules of PL3Y: Be Positive. Be Fun. Be Yourself. Kids love learning simple moves from a variety of styles as they get interACTIVE with their peers Date & Time: Fall Session: (Ages 3 to 5): Thursdays, Sept. 19 to Oct. 24 & Nov. 14 to Dec. 19; 10 am to 10:45 am (Ages 6 to 12): Tuesdays, Sept. 17 to Oct. 22 & Nov. 12 to Dec. 17; 4 pm to 5 pm Winter Session: (Ages 3 to 5): Thursdays, Jan. 16 to Feb. 10 & March 12 to April 16; 10 am to 10:45 am (Ages 6 to 12): Tuesdays, Jan. 14 to Feb. 18 & March 10 to April 14; 4 pm to 5 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue (Manluk Centre Multi-purpose Room) Fee: $30 +GST Contact: Register online at manlukcentre.ca/ register

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CAYSL TRAVEL SOCCER LEAGUE

WETASKIWIN SOCCER CLUB

The Wetaskiwin Soccer Club is proud to announce a variety of programs for players aged 4 to 18 this winter! We are also going to be searching for more volunteer coaches to assist with all programs this winter. Contact: Please visit wetaskiwinsoccer.org for full program information

GRASSROOTS INDOOR SOCCER PROGRAM

Players born in 2012 to 2015. We are excited to present Grassroots sessions for players aged 4 to 7 years. These sessions will focus on physical literacy and getting familiar with a soccer ball! Date & Time: October to March, one hour, one evening per week (TBD) Location: TBD Fee: $120 Contact: Visit wetaskiwinsoccer.org

GRASSROOTS U9 INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE

Players born in 2011 or 2012. Hone your soccer skills during the winter with our U9 Development League! We will invite teams from nearby communities to play friendly games (no scores), and will conclude the season with the second annual U9 Indoor Spirit Cup! Date & Time: October to March, practices one weeknight per week, 5 Sunday games Location: TBD Fee: $160 Contact: Visit wetaskiwinsoccer.org

Players born in 2001 to 2010. Central Alberta Youth Soccer League games will take place in boarded arena in Camrose or Red Deer. Style of play is 6v6 boarded soccer. League games run until February, playoffs in March. Date & Time: October to March, practices one weeknight/week, games Saturdays in Camrose or Red Deer Location: TBD Fee: $300 Contact: Visit wetaskiwinsoccer.org

WETASKIWIN WRESTLING

For all youth ages 6 to 18 interested in rigorous physical activity and personal growth through training and competition. Commitment required; low fees cover equipment, t-shirt and tournaments. October start. Practices held at WCHS. Date & Time: Elementary students: one day/ week, 3:45 pm to 5 pm. Junior and Senior High School students: two to three days/week (time varies) Location: Wetaskiwin High School Fee: Varies Contact: Email mcdonnell3333@gmail.com

WETASKIWIN SKATING CLUB

CanSkate, Rising Star, STAR Skate, CanPower Date & Time: Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays Location: 4513 – 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Wetaskiwin Civic Centre) Contact: Email w_f_s_c@hotmail.com

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One-hour classes offered Date & Time: Monday to Saturdays Location: 4805 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $45/month for two classes/week Contact: Call 780.312.4853

JUNIOR CLASSES (AGES 9 TO 11)

One-hour classes offered Date & Time: Monday to Saturdays Location: 4805 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $45/month for two classes/week Contact: Call 780.312.4853

ADULT CLASSES (AGES 12+)

One-hour classes offered Date & Time: Monday to Thursdays Location: 4805 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $55 to $65/month Contact: Call 780.312.4853

MONDAY YOUTH BEGINNER BOWLING

Beginner Youth Learn to Bowl at Western Lanes. Equal participation, learn team play, fun and awards. (Ages 4 to 19) Date & Time: Mondays beginning Sept. 30; 4 pm Location: 5013 49 Street (Western Lanes Bowling) Fee: 1 game for $5 | 2 games for $8 | 3 games for $10 (shoes extra) Contact: Call 780.352.4705

YOUTH SATURDAY HETLINGER TAE KWON-DO BOWLING LITTLE NINJAS (AGES 3 TO 4)

Eight-week session Date & Time: Saturdays; 11 am to 11:30 am Location: 4805 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin Fee: $85 plus uniform Contact: Call 780.312.4853

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CHILDREN’S CLASSES (AGES 5 TO 8)

Full winter youth bowling at Western Lanes. Equal participation, certified coaches, team play, fun and awards. (Ages 4 to 19) Date & Time: Saturdays beginning Sept. 14, 10 am Location: 5013 49 St, Western Lanes Bowling Fee: 1 game - $5, 2 games - $8, 3 games $10, plus shoes Contact: Call 780-352-4705


ADULT 5/10-PIN BOWLING LEAGUES

Adult Fun and Competitive Leagues at Western Lanes Bowling. We are offering variety of fun or competitive leagues to suit your style, or start own league with friends or coworkers, we are flexible for your needs. Location: 5013 49 Street (Western Lanes Bowling) Contact: Call 780.352.4705

SKI & SNOW BOARDING LESSONS

CASI and CSIA Certified Instructors. Date & Time: Friday to Sundays from December to March Location: Gwynne Valley Ski Area Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Call 780.352.3515 or visit www.gwynnevalley.ca for more information

FOOTBALL NOVICE FLAG FOOTBALL

Ages 5 to 8. Games on the weekend. Date & Time: Tuesdays starting Aug. 20; 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Location: Norm Brown Field Fee: $100 Contact: Email wdafafootball@gmail.com

ATOM FOOTBALL

Ages 8-10. Games on the weekend. Date & Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays starting Aug. 20; 6:30 pm to 8 pm Location: Norm Brown Field Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Email wdafafootball@gmail.com

PEE WEE FOOTBALL

TOWN OF MILLET

ADULT FLOOR CURLING AND WALKING CLUB

Ages 11 & 12. Games on the weekend. Date & Time: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday starting Aug. 13; 6:30 pm to 8 pm Location: Norm Brown Field Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Email wdafafootball@gmail.com

Date: Begins in the fall Contact: Arla at 780.514.6703

BANTAM FOOTBALL

MILLET COMMUNITY CURLING – STURLINGS

Ages 13 to 15. Games on the weekend. Date & Time: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday starting Aug. 6; 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Location: Norm Brown Field Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Email wdafafootball@gmail.com

PRECISION GYMNASTICS

Registration includes a full Saturday evening supper. Date & Time: Nov. 22 & 23, Jan. 10 & 11, and March 13 & 14. Location: 5144 50 Avenue, Millet (Millet Curling Club) Fee: $40/person Contact: Call Jenny at 780.387.1817

Fall session starts September 9 until December 16. Location: 4520 48 Street, Wetaskiwin Fee: Please contact for details Contact: www.precisiongymnasticswetaskiwin.com

WETASKIWIN SKATING CLUB www.wetaskiwinfsc.weebly.com

email: w_f_s_c@hotmail.com

Accepting Registrations! CANSKATE Mon & Wed Sem 1: Oct – Dec Sem 2: Jan – Mar STARSkate Bootcamp Sep 4 Rising STAR Oct 7 STAR Skate Oct 2

STAR 1-10

Nationally certified coaches

CanSkate 1 - 6

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MILLET MINOR HOCKEY – 2019/2020 SEASON

Registration cost includes minimum 2 hours practice time on weeknights and 1 to 2 hours (dependant on division) practice/game time on weekends. Hockey socks, photos, power skating and goaltending clinics. Fee: Initiation (2013/2014) $410; Novice (2011/2012) $585; Atom (2009/2010) $695; PeeWee (2007/2008) $730; Bantam (2005/2006) $800. First time player fee: $100. Mandatory $25 fee for a reversible practice jersey. Contact: Visit www.milletmonorhockey.com

PRE POWERSKATE

Develop stronger edges, turns and stops in a fast paced environment geared towards hockey and ringette players. Date & Time: Session 1: Thursdays, Oct. 3 to Dec. 12; 4:30 pm to 5 pm Session 2: Thursdays, Jan. 9 to Mar. 12; 4:30 pm to 5 pm Location: Millet Agriplex Fee: 1 Session: $135 plus fundraising | 2 Sessions: $220 plus fundraising Contact: Email newedgeskatingclub@gmail.com for more information

CANSKATE

Skate Canada’s certified Learn-to-Skate program proven to develop skating skills for hockey, ringette and figure skating. No skating experience required. Date & Time: Thursdays, Oct. 3 to March 12; 5:15 pm to 6 pm (No classes Dec. 19 & 26 or Jan. 3) Location: Millet Agriplex Fee: $295 plus fundraising Contact: Email newedgeskatingclub@gmail.com for more information

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RISING STAR

An introduction into the sport of figure skating, which teaches basic spins, jumps, turns and steps. Date & Time: Thursdays, Oct. 3 to March 12; 6 pm to 6:45 pm (No classes Dec. 19 & 26 or Jan. 3) Location: Millet Agriplex Fee: $350 plus fundraising Contact: Email newedgeskatingclub@gmail.com for more information

STARSKATE

Enter into the sport of figure skating and develop skills in the four disciplines of ice dance, skating skills, freeskate and artistic skating. Date & Time: Thursdays, Oct. 3 to March 12; 6 pm to 7:30 pm (No classes Dec. 19 & 26 or Jan. 3) Location: Millet Agriplex Fee: $450 plus fundraising Contact: Email newedgeskatingclub@gmail. com for more information


League Registration Night – October 2nd, 2019 @ 7-9:00 pm Learn to Curl Class – 2 Sessions at the Beginning of the Curling Season Whether you are a curling/sturling novice or pro; single, couple or foursome, we would love to have you join us for a winter of fun and camaraderie both on the ice and in our family friendly lounge WEEKLY LEAGUES Sturling - 2 Person Curling Monday Nights – 6 Ends Stan Krause 780-361-3290 Skins League – Nightly Cash Payout Tuesday Nights – 8 Ends Brian Malmas 780-352-8808 Open League – Any Teams Combos Welcome Wednesday Nights 2 Separate Seasons: Oct-Dec & Jan-Mar Janet Watch 780-361-8627 or 352-7544 Mixed League – 2 Men & 2 Women Thursday Nights Deanne Bye 780-352-4997 or 780-361-7502 U18 Teens Thursday 5:15pm – 6:15pm Robyn Gerrard 780-312-6826 U12 Juniors Thursday 4:30pm – 5:10pm Robyn Gerrard 780-312-6826 Special Olympics Wednesday Afternoon Jan Schwonik 780-362-3581 Seniors League Monday & Thursday Afternoons Art Shantz 780-352-3203 Visit us: www .wetaskiwincurlingclub.com

BONSPIEL SCHEDULE Open Cash Bonspiel Nov 30th – Dec 1st ,2019 Brian Malmas 780-352-8808 Ladies Bonspiel & Vendor Market Dec 7th, 2019 Robyn Gerrard 780-312-6826 U12 Juniors Bonspiel Jan 11-12th, 2020 Robyn Gerrard 780-312-6826 U16 & U18 Bonspiel Jan 25-27th, 2019 Robyn Gerrard 780-312-6826 Mixed Doubles Bonspiel Feb 1-2nd, 2020 Robyn Gerrard 780-312-6826 Under 40 Funspiel Feb 8th, 2020 Dawn Werner 780-387-0796 Town & Country Bonspiel Feb 27th – Mar 1st, 2020 Deanne Bye 780-352-4997 Inter Church Bonspiel Mar 7th, 2020 Sturling Saturdays Nov 16, Dec 15, Jan 4, Feb 15, Mar 15 Stan Krause 780-361-3290 Like us on Facebook & Twitter: Wetaskiwin Curling Club 2019–2020 FALL/WINTER PROGRAM GUIDE

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BUILD YOUR BRAWN, BRAIN & BRAVERY! What are your kids made of? Gymnastics-Classes for boys & girls: Active Start (under 6), Recreational (6+ use trampolines). Drop in, Parents' Night Out, Camps, Hopes & Dreams, Competitive www.precisiongymnasticswetaskiwin.com

Tis the season to be fit and fabulous!

MERRY CHRISTMAS! May t he ho lidays br ing you plent y of c ardi o, s tr engt h t r aini ng and fun .

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Get in the game while developing fundamental movement skills with our community sport initiative, Physical Literacy for All youth! Each session will focus on 3 different sports, with each activity lasting three weeks!

3-IN-1 P.L.A.Y WETASKIWIN AC TI VE STAR T ( 3- 5 YR S. ): 5:30 - 6:30 PM FU ND AME NTAL S (6- 8 Y RS. ): 6:30 - 7: 30 PM LE A R N T O T R AIN (9- 12 Y RS .): 7: 30 - 8:30 PM

Join us for a variety of different sports!

WINTER 2020 DATES TBA $40 + GST

register online or in person at the Manluk Centre

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Advanced Courses

Lifesaving Instructor Prerequisite: Bronze Cross Sept 27-29 Friday 4-9pm Saturday & Sunday 8-4 $250 + GST

Bronze Medallion/ Bronze Cross Prerequisite:

Bronze Star or 13 years of age Oct 25-27 Friday 4-9pm, Sat & Sun 8-4pm $250 + GST

Blended Online Red Cross Standard First Aid 14 years of age or older October 11, 9-5pm Or December 6, 9-5pm $100 + GST

Blended Online Red Cross Standard First Aid Recert Prerequisite: Current Standard First Aid Friday, Oct 4, 9-1pm Or Friday, Nov 12, 9-1pm $80 + GST

National Lifeguard (NLS) Pre-req. Bronze Cross & Standard First Aid & 16 yrs old Dec 28-30 & Jan 2-3 9-5pm

Registration: Registration can be done online at www.manlukcentre.ca or in person at the Manluk Aquatic & Fitness Centre.

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National Lifeguard Recert Friday, November 22 8-1pm $100 + GST

WSI Recert Friday, November 22 1:30-5:30pm $100 + GST


Exciting news!

PD DAY CAMPS Looking for something to keep your 6-12 year old active on PD Days? Join us at the Manluk Centre to experience a variety of sports, games, and other activities, such as; Canada’s only Board Rider for those over 8 years old, skating, swimming, etc. Campers are required to bring a nutfree lunch, snack, water bottle, appropriate swim wear, towel, and weather appropriate clothing. September 13th, 2019 October 4th, 2019 October 25th, 2019 November 22nd, 2019 December 6th, 2019 Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Price: $30/day 6 - 12 yrs. old Register online at www.manlukcentre.ca/register or in person at the Manluk Centre.

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YOUTH PROGRAMS PROJECT SERVE

Enabling youth to reach beyond themselves and affect positive change in their local community and worldwide. Project Serve is a three-level mission experience training youth in teamwork, commitment and leadership. Participants learn to think about the needs of others and are given the opportunity to serve. Application online at www.peacehillsyfc.com/programs Date & Time: Mondays, 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm Location: 3725 56 Street (WYC) Contact: Call 780.361.0270

WETASKIWIN YOUTH CENTRE

This YFC Program is free to all students in Grades 7 to 10. We have tons of activities for the kids to play including air hockey, pool, ping pong, snooker, X-Box 360 with Super Large Screens, Foosball, Weekly biblical discussion or challenge, Board Game Café, and Indoor Skate Park. Date & Time: Tuesdays, 6 pm to 9 pm Location: 3725 56 Street (WYC) Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.361.0270

INDOOR SKATE PARK

This YFC program is open to kids in Grades 4 to 9. Kids can come and show their skills and practice new ones on our indoor skate park. Waivers and helmets are mandatory and your kids will have a blast. Waivers can be downloaded at www.peacehillsyfc.com/programs. Date & Time: Mondays, 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 3725 56 Street (WYC) Fee: $2 Contact: Call 780.361.0270

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ONE AIM NERF

This YFC program is for Grades 4 to 9. Come to the YFC Gym for a fun filled evening of battling for survival. Compete and destroy the other team. Safety eye wear recommended. If you don’t have a Nerf Gun, you can rent one from us (comes with a full-face safety mask) Date & Time: Mondays, 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm Location: 3725 56 Street (WYC) Fee: $5, rentals available Contact: Call 780.361.0270

BALL HOCKEY

This YFC Program is for ages 12 to 18 youth can join in this fun filled game of ball hockey. Hockey sticks and helmets are available and provided. Date & Time: Thursdays, 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 3725 56 Street (WYC) Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.361.0270

GIRLS COOKING CLASS

Girls, This YFC Program is just for you! This is for Grades 10 to 12 girls, where they can prepare a wonderful item, enjoy good company and eat their creation after! Date & Time: Thursdays, 5 pm to 7 pm Location: 5128 50 Avenue (Millet Youth Centre) Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.361.0270

BALL HOCKEY

This YFC Program is for ages 12 to 18. Youth can join in this fun filled game of ball hockey. Hockey sticks and helmets are available and provided. Date & Time: Mondays, 4 pm to 6 pm Location: 5128 50 Avenue (Millet Youth Centre) Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.361.0270

DIS-ORGANIZED SPORTS

This YFC Program is free for kids in for Grades 5 to 9, where the activity can be almost anything! From Nerf wars to basketball, the fun will be there. Date & Time: Tuesdays, 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm Location: 5128 50 Avenue (Millet Youth Centre) Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.361.0270

BOARD GAME CAFE

This YFC Program is for all ages - Enjoy an evening playing some of the most popular board games out there. Bring the whole family out for some fun and laughter! Date & Time: Tuesdays, 6 pm to 9 pm Location: 5128 50 Avenue (Millet Youth Centre) Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.361.0270

GIRL GUIDES OF CANADA

MILLET YOUTH CENTRE

This YFC Program is free to all students in grade 7 to 10. We have tons of activities for the kids to play including pool, ping pong, X-Box 360 with Super Large Screens, Foosball, Weekly biblical discussion or challenge, and Board Game Café. Date & Time: Fridays, 6 pm to 10 pm Location: 5128 50 Avenue (Millet Youth Centre) Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.361.0270

Come and discover big fun, new adventures and great friends. Sparks (5-6 years), Brownies (7-8 years), Guides (9-11 years) and Pathfinders (12-14 years). Date & Time: One Saturday per month; 10 am to 4 pm. Location: 5115 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin First United Church) Fee: Please contact for details Contact: Call Lorrie 780.352.3068 or register online at www.girlguides.ca


OUT OF SCHOOL CARE

KEYSTONE CLUB

The Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin provides Licensed and Accredited Out of School Care programs with intentional, well organized, and developmentally appropriate activities for children ages 5 to 12 years. Day Camps are offered on non-instructional school days from 8 am to 5:15pm. Date & Time: Monday to Friday (September 2019 to June 2020); 3:15 pm to 6 pm Fee: $230/month, subsidies available Contact: Call Justin 780.352.4643 ext. 38

This is a leadership program for youth ages 14 to 18 at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin. It focuses on volunteering, teamwork, healthy choices, leadership, learning for life, and civic engagement through activities and projects at the club and in the community with opportunities to attend regional retreats. Date & Time: Wednesdays (October 2019 to May 2020) Fee: $50 Contact: Call Justin 780.352.4643 ext. 38

KID FOOD NATION

The Friendship Club provides opportunities for children and youth to participate in a program designed to explore and experience cultural traditions and spirituality. Facilitated by a positive role model at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin, activities include crafts, games, cooking, storytelling, language, and more. Date & Time: Mondays (October 2019 to May 2020) Fee: $20 Contact: Call Justin 780.352.4643 ext. 38

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

The Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin offers this national program which helps kids ages 7 to 12 develop skills through hands-on experiences related to planning, preparing, and cooking encouraging kids to put their food literacy skills into practice. Date & Time: Thursdays (October to November) Fee: Free Contact: Call Justin 780.352.4643 ext. 38

TORCH CLUB

PEACE HILLS

This is a leadership program for youth ages ADVENTURER CLUB 10 to 13 at the Boys and Girls Club of The Adventurer Club is a fun and interactive Wetaskiwin. It focusses on volunteering, Christian-based club for children ages 4-9, where each child is valued for their unique teamwork, healthy choices, leadership, and learning for life through activities and projects talents, interests, abilities, and positive character qualities. This program explores personal at the club and in the community with identity, faith, family, and the world around each opportunities to attend regional retreats. child in a safe, learning environment. Date & Time: Tuesdays (October 2019 to Date & Times: Bi-weekly club meetings May 2020) during school year 2019-2020 Fee: $50 Contact: Call 780.352.8500; Wetaskiwin_5x3.25_2019_FINAL.pdf 1 7/8/2019 2:34:46 PM Contact: Call Justin 780.352.4643 ext. 38 adventurers@wetaskiwinadventist.ca

RAISE THE GRADE

This program at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin allows youth, ages 12 to 18 (Grades 7 to 12), to explore interests, receive homework support, connect with mentors/ peers, and explore career or post-secondary opportunities. This program is supported by RBC Future Launch. Date & Time: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, Sept. 16, 2019 to June 14, 2020; 3:15 pm to 6 pm Fee: Free Contact: Call Justin 780.352.4643 ext. 38

RESPECT II CONNECT

This is a 12-week program for youth aged 12 to 14 to explore tools and techniques to develop and sustain healthy relationships. Date & Time: Tuesdays, Sept. 24 to Dec. 10; 3:45 pm to 5:00 pm Fee: Free Contact: Call Kathryn 780.352.4643 ext. 28

THRIVE YOUTH GROUP

This is a fun, interactive group at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin that is focused on activity-based learning of social emotional skills for youth ages 12 to 18. Date & Time: Tuesdays, starting Jan. 14; 3:45 pm to 5 pm Fee: Free Contact: Call Kathryn 780.352.4643 ext. 28

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Teen Games night is a safe, friendly environment where teenagers can come to socialize with their peers, all while playing a variety of tabletop games in a positive and encouraging environment! We strive to create a welcoming and positive environment! Even if you don’t wish to play games, we still encourage you to stop by and check us out! Ages: 10 to 18 years. Date & Time: Fall Session: Friday, Sept. 6 to Dec. 13 Winter Session: Friday, Jan. 10 to May 22 Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Manluk Centre De Goeij Room) Fee: Free Contact: Call 780.361.4412

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Early Learning and Child Care Centre Licensed and Accredited childcare Ages: 12 months to 6 years Date: Year-round, Monday – Friday. Time: 6:30am - 11:00pm Contact: Kerona 780-352-4632 ext 6

Funded as an Alberta Early Learning and Child Care Centre

Out of School Care

Licensed and Accredited childcare

*Day Camps on non-instructional school days

Ages: 5 to 12 years (Grades K-6) Date: Monday – Friday Time: 3:15 - 6:00pm Contact: Justin 780-352-4643 ext 38

After School Programs

Kid Food Nation (cooking) - ages 7 to 12 Torch (leadership) - ages 10 to 13 Keystone (leadership) - ages 14 to 18 Friendship Club (cultural) - ages 6 to 12 Contact: Justin 780-352-4643 ext 38

Raise the Grade

Supported by RBC Future Launch Homework support, career exploration, and more…for ages 12-18 (Grades 7-12). Dates: Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri Times: 3:15 to 6:00pm Contact: Justin 780-352-4643 ext 38

Enrichment Program

Parenting Groups: Mondays 5 to 7:30pm *Dinner and childcare provided. Thrive Youth Group: Tuesdays 3:45-5:00pm Contact: Kathryn 780-352-4643 ext. 28

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PD DAY CAMPS

Looking for something to keep your 6 to 12 year old active on PD Days? Join us at the Manluk Centre to experience a variety of sports, games, and other activities including Canada’s only Board Rider for those over 8 years old. Campers are required to bring a snack, water bottle, appropriate swim wear, towel, lunch, and weather appropriate clothing. Date & Time: 9 am to 4 pm. Early drop-off at 8 am. Fall Session: Sept. 13, Oct. 4 & 25, Nov. 22, and Dec. 6. Winter Session: Jan. 10 & 31, Feb. 28, March 20, April 24, May 15 (Spring Break Camp: March 23 to 27). Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Manluk Centre Multipurpose Room) Fee: $30 +GST/Day Contact: Register online at manlukcentre.ca/ register

HOME ALONE SAFELY

Learn the skills necessary to stay home alone safely. Topics covered include fire, internet safety, basic first aid, kitchen safety and so much more! The day will end with a swim, so don’t forget your swim suit and towel. Participants will be required to bring a lunch, snacks, and a water bottle. Ages: 8 to 11 years Date & Time: Fall Session: Sept. 13 & Nov. 22; 9 am to 4 pm. Winter Session: Jan. 10 & March 20; 9 am to 4 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Manluk Centre De Goeij Room) Fee: $20 +GST Contact: Register online at manlukcentre.ca/ register

BABYSITTER’S COURSE

The Babysitter’s Course will get you ready for your first job as a ‘professional babysitter’. Participants learn how to provide care to young children, as well as how to prevent and respond to emergencies with basic first aid and caregiving skills. Graduates will receive a card that confirms they have completed the course. Ages: 11 to 18 years. Date & Time: Fall Session: Oct. 4 & Dec. 6; 9 am to 4 pm; Winter Session: Feb. 28 & April 24; 9 am to 4 pm Location: 4514 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Manluk Centre De Goeij Room) Fee: $40 +GST Contact: Register online at manlukcentre.ca/ register

4 – H CLUBS IN THE REGION Are you between the ages of 9 and 20 and like fun and friends. Whether you live on a farm, acreage, town or city, you can belong to a 4-H club. 4-H promotes project learning, teamwork, communication and leadership. 4-H clubs offer various projects and sometimes vary from year to year. 4-H clubs in the Wetaskiwin district include:

ALDER FLATS MULTI CLUB

Contact: Chris at 780.898.4800

LAKEDELL 4- H BEEF CLUB

Contact: Kylie at 780.991.0435

FALUN EAST BEEF CLUB

WETASKIWIN COUNTY 1ST MILLET SCOUT ASSOCIATION

Contact: Curtis at 780.361.7037

ROSEBRIER BEEF 4-H CLUB

Contact: Dayle at 780.877.2923 or Calvin at 780.360.5408

LAKEDELL LIGHTHORSE CLUB

Contact: Amy at 403.598.4347

Kids in Scouting have fun discovering new adventures and experiences they won’t find elsewhere. Scouting is the start of something great. Parents, discover adventure together! Beavers are 5 to 7 years old and Cubs are 8 to 10 years old. Date & Time: TBD by leadership availability Location: 5019 52 Street, Millet Contact: Email join@scouts.ca

WETASKIWIN 4-H RIDERS

Contact: Brandie at 780.499.4815

For more about 4-H information call Cheryl 780.352.0739 or Chris at 780.898.4800

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OTHER COUNTY AREAS

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

ALDER FLATS COMMUNITY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

Come and be a part of defining the future of the Buck Lake Agricultural Society. How will the hall be used? What kind of fun activities will we offer in the coming year? Who will call the shots? Will there be enough volunteers to remain open? Be part of this unfolding mystery… Date & Time: Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019 at 7 pm Fee: Your curiosity, time and smiling face Location: Buck Lake Hall on Lakeshore Drive Contact: bucklakeagtreasurer@telus.net

MONTHLY MOVIE

ALDER FLATS

ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION ALDER FLATS BRANCH #267 BREAKFASTS & SUPPERS REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE & LUNCH

Date & Time: Monday, Nov. 11 at 10:30 am Location: at the Legion

LEGION BRUNCH

Date & Time: 1st Sunday, September to June, 9 am – 12 noon

BINGOS

The Alder Flats Community Agricultural Society hosts affordable, family oriented movie nights on the big screen. Movie screening dates are updated on the www.alderflats.net website as movies become available for release. Popcorn and concession items are available! Date & Time: September to June Fee: $3

CURLING AND JUNIOR CURLING

Join Alder Flats Round Robin Curling League from November to March! Enter as a team or an individual! A great way to get out of the house this winter. Contact: Call Lyle 780-621-1044

SKATING

Enjoy our covered arena anytime during the winter months.

All ages welcome. Date & Time: Tuesdays starting at 10 am September to June. Location: Meet at the Western Pioneers Seniors’ Centre Contact: Call Jean Sargent for more info at 780.388.2362

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LAKEDELL AG SOCIETY EXPAND YOUR CREATIVITY!

New art project offered each month. Upcoming sessions include Build a Succulent Terrarium, Sign Night, Grinch Christmas tree and More! Date& Time: 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7pm Fee: Varies Contact: Lakedell Ag Office 780.586.2505 or lakedell.org

FLIGHT NIGHTS!

BUCK LAKE

Date & Time: 2nd & 4th Tuesday, October to April

PEACEMAKERS QUILTING CLUB

LAKEDELL

BUCK LAKE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

Location: Buck Lake Hall on Lakeshore Dr. in downtown Buck Lake beside the ball diamond, across from PSI

Third Thursday of each month we welcome a local brewery in to sample a flight of craft beers and we also enjoy appetizers, a learning experience and visiting with friends and neighbours. Come and support the local craft breweries in our area! Date & Time: Monthly, every 3rd Thursday Fee: $25 per person (includes Flight and appy) Contact Lakedell Ag Office 780.586.2505 or lakedell.org

LADIES NIGHT

Bring your gal pals out to Lakedell for an evening of fun and festivities. Magician and Hypnotist Roger Boucher here to entertain us. Date & Time: Friday, Nov. 8, 2019 Fee: TBD Contact: Lakedell Ag Office 780.586.2505 or lakedell.org


LONE RIDGE

LONE RIDGE COMMUNITY HALL CRAFT MONDAY

Bring your favourite project to work on. Open to everyone. Date & Time: Mondays (except long weekends) starting Sept. 16; 9 am to 3 pm Location: Lone Ridge Community Hall Fee: $2 drop-in fee Contact: Call Sue at 780.352.3480

MEN’S COFFEE

Come and have coffee with your neighbours. Date & Time: Mondays (except long weekends) starting Sept. 16; 9 am to 3 pm Location: Lone Ridge Community Hall Contact: Call Zee 780.360.9519

PAINT NIGHT

Come and awaken your inner artist. Lots of fun! Cash bar. Date & Time: Friday, Oct. 18; 6:30 pm Location: Lone Ridge Community Hall Fee: $45

FREE MOTION WALL HANGING

Come, learn and take a completed project home. Beginner to advanced. Soup and sandwich included. Limited space available. Date & Time: Saturday, Oct 26; 9 am to 4:30 pm Location: Lone Ridge Community Hall Fee: $45 Contact: Call Jackie 780.352.4930

FAMILY GAME NIGHT

Come enjoy games and cards. All ages welcome! Bring your favourite game! Light refreshments served. Date & Time: Last Friday of the month starting Nov. 29; 7 to 9 pm Location: Lone Ridge Community Hall

FALL SUPPER

Annual fall supper with all the trimmings! Date & Time: Sunday, Nov. 3; 5:30 pm Location: Lone Ridge Community Hall Fee: $15/adult, $10/child (ages 5 to 12) Contact: Call Jackie 780.352.4930 or Sue 780.352.3480

HARVEST DINNER AND SOCIAL

Date & Time: Saturday, Oct. 5; 5 pm Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall Fee: Tickets must be purchased in advance

LADIES DAY COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS Date & Time: Thursday, Oct. 17 PARTY AND TALENT SHOW Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

Come for an “Old Fashioned Christmas Party” with a talent show and Carol Singing. Coffee, juice and dessert will be served. Date & Time: Friday, Dec. 6; 7 pm to 10 pm Location: Lone Ridge Community Hall Fee: Free

VALENTINE’S FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT

Date & Time: Saturday, Feb. 15; 7 pm Location: Lone Ridge Community Hall Fee: Free

MULHURST BAY

HALLOWEEN FAMILY SOCIAL

Date & Time: Saturday, Oct. 26 Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

CHRISTMAS IN MULHURST BAY/CHRISTMAS MARKET

Date & Time: Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

CHRISTMAS COCKTAIL SOCIAL

Date & Time: Friday, Dec. 6 Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

NEW YEAR’S EVE SOCIAL

COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE

Date & Time: Friday & Saturday, Sept. 6; 6 pm to 8 pm; Sept. 7; 10 am to 3 pm Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

HARVEST FARMERS MARKET

Date & Time: Saturday, Sept. 21; 10 am to 1 pm Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

PRESCHOOL PLAYGROUP

Date & Time: Tuesday, Dec. 31 Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

MULHURST BAY WALKERS EXERCISE PROGRAM

Date & Time: Monday and Thursdays beginning Sept. 9 Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

MULHURST BAY QUILTING CLUB

Date & Time: Wednesdays from 9 am to 3 pm Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

Date & Time: Fridays beginning Sept. 13; 10 am Location: Mulhurst Bay Community Hall

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COMMUNITY FACILITIES CONTACT INFORMATION

OUTDOOR SKATING RINKS A L D E R FL A TS CO MMU N IT Y A G SO C I ET Y : President (Laura): (780) 388-2249 Communications (Kathy): (780) 542-1932 or communications@alderflats.net Bookings (Jennifer): (780) 388-3810 or admin@alderflats.net C IT Y O F W ET A S K I WIN ( AT B Y - T H E L A K E - P AR K) : (780)361-4400 U S O N A AG S O C I ET Y: Phone: (780) 352-4239

CURLING RINKS A L D E R FL A TS CO MMU N IT Y A G SO CI E T Y : President (Laura): (780) 388-2249 Communications (Kathy): (780) 542-1932 or communications@alderflats.net Bookings (Jennifer): (780) 388-3810 or admin@alderflats.net TO W N O F M I LL E T AG R I P L E X: Phone: (780) 361-4554

M U L HU R ST B A Y C O MM U NI T Y LEAGUE: Phone: (780) 389-2455 or (780) 389-4487 L A K E D E L L SC HO O L: Phone: (780) 586-2415 P I G EO N L A K E AT H L ET IC C U LT UR A L E DU CA T IO N S O CI ET Y ( P L AC E) : President (Ryan Olthof) – (780) 352-2266 or

placesociety@live.ca

Treasurer (Joan Sjolin-Wallace) – (780) 352-2891 M I L L ET : Town of Millet Office: (780) 387-4554

INDOOR SKATING RINKS W I NF I E LD AG R I P L E X: County of Wetaskiwin Office: (780) 352-3321 TO W N O F M I LL E T AG R I P L E X: Phone: (780) 361-4554 W E T A S K I WI N CI V IC CE N TR E T W IN A R E N A S: Phone: (780) 361-4444

U S O N A AG S O C I ET Y: Phone: (780) 352-4239 W E T A S K I WI N CI V IC CE N TR E T W IN A R E N A S: Phone: (780) 361-4444 L A K E D E L L A G SO C I ET Y : Phone: (780)586-2505

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G W Y NN E V AL L E Y S KI A R E A :

Phone: (780) 352-3515


Libraries are books and a whole lot more. Visit your local library to find out all the services available.

LIBRARY SERVICES

ALDER FLATS/BUCK LAKE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Location: Alder Flats Elementary School Phone: 780-388-3881 Books can only be checked-out when a Librarian is present during the following hours: September to June: Tues. 1:00pm - 4:00pm & Thurs. 7:00pm – 9:00pm July and August: Tues. 1:00pm - 5:00pm The Public can come and use the computers, read books, browse and return books. September to June School Days: Mon. - Fri. 8:30am - 4:00pm www.alderflatslibrary.ab.ca

PIGEON LAKE PUBLIC LIBRARY (Lakedell Community Library Society) 603 - 2 Avenue, Ma-Me-O Beach Phone: 780-586-3778 Mon. & Wed. 11:00am - 7:00pm Thurs. 11:00am - 4:00pm Closed Holidays Additional Hours July through September long weekend Sat. 11:00am - 2:00pm www.pigeonlakepubliclibrary.ab.ca Preschool Childrens Reading Program Little lions love reading at the library…. Date & time: Monday 11:15-11:45 am Free Drop in, Everyone Welcome Wednesday Night Speaker Series Join us once a month as our library host a speaker series on a variety of topics by people in our community willing to share their knowledge. EG./Photographing and viewing the night sky, getting your yard ready for spring with the care of the lake in mind, eclipses around the world, and so much more. Contact:780-586-3778; pigeonlakelibrary@yrl.ab.ca or on FB: Pigoen Lake Happenings

Knitting Group Date & time: Wednesdays at 2 pm Art Group Date & Time: Every other Wednesdays at 7 pm Contact: Jeanne at 780-586-3555 Book Clubs Join one of our Book Clubs Contact: 780-586-3778; pigeonlakelibrary@yrl.ab.ca or on FB: Pigeon Lake Happenings

MILLET PUBLIC LIBRARY 5031 - 49 Avenue Phone: 780-387-5222 Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 10:00am - 8:00pm Fri. 10:00am - 5:00pm Sat. 10:00am - 3:00pm www.milletlibrary.ca

WINFIELD COMMUNITY LIBRARY

Winfield Elementary School Phone: 780-682-2498 Winter Hours (Sept. 1 - June 1): Tues. 8:15am – 4:00pm & Wed. 4:00pm - 8:00pm Summer Hours (June 2 - Aug. 31): Tues. 9:00am - 4:00pm & Wed. 5:00pm - 8:00pm www.winfieldlibrary.ab.ca

WETASKIWIN PUBLIC LIBRARY 5002 - 51 Avenue Phone: 780-361-4446 Hours: Mon. - Thurs. 10:00am - 8:00pm, Fri. & Sat. 10:00am - 5:00pm Closed: Sundays & Statutory Holidays Free library membership for City & County residents www.wetaskiwinpubliclibrary.ab.ca

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LOCAL & REGIONAL EVENTS

CHIPS KICK OFF PARTY

WETASKIWIN CITY

Come celebrate the transformation of our play space and see the new flooring and new toys! CHIPS will be celebrating our 35th Birthday with all our Community Super Heroes that made this possible. There will be a free BBQ, free cake and come dressed in your favorite super hero costume. Moana and Spiderman will also be visiting!! Date & Time: Saturday, Sept. 14; 10 am to 2 pm Location: 3725 56 Street, Wetaskiwin Mall Fee: Free Admission

TASTE OF WETASKIWIN (18+)

HARVEST FESTIVAL

Enjoy Steam threshing, tractor rides, bread baking demonstrations, a children’s carnival, petting zoo, and more. Date & Time: Aug. 31 and Sept. 1; 10 am to 5 pm Location: 6426 40 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Reynolds-Alberta Museum) Fee: Regular admission rates apply Contact: reynoldsmuseum.ca

METAL ART SHOW AND SALE

Buy hand-crafted metal knives, sculptures, chainmaille, jewelry, and home and garden decor. More than 55 artists from across Western Canada participate. Date & Time: Sept. 14 & 15; 10 am to 5 pm Location: 6426 40 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Reynolds-Alberta Museum) Fee: Regular admission rates apply Contact: reynoldsmuseum.ca

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Kick-off Alberta Culture Days with Wetaskiwin’s new favourite event showcasing an amazing array of local fare and craft beverages in bite-sized portions. The Heritage Museum and City of Wetaskiwin have partnered with Dalcon Visual Arts, Super Value Liquor, and the Wetaskiwin Public Library. Date & Time: Friday, Sept. 27 from 7pm to 10 pm Location: 4513 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Drill Hall) Fee: $5 admission charge; $2/tasting ticket (sold in booklets of 5) Contact: www.wetaskiwin.ca/tow

CHIPS FALL CHILDREN’S SALE

Do you have extra baby, toddler or children’s items you would like to sell? $20/table before Sept. 11; $30/table (regular price). Register for a table today by contacting Melissa at 780.362.1867 or message us on Facebook @ chipswetaskiwin Date & Time: Saturday, Sept. 28; 9:30 am to 1:30 pm Location: 3725 56 Street, Wetaskiwin Mall Fee: Free Admission Contact: Call Melissa 780.362.1867

CELEBRATING OUR FIRST COMMUNITIES

Wetaskiwin’s Alberta Culture Days will culminate with an Orange Shirt Day Walk that will start at the Heritage Museum and then make its way up Main Street to Diamond Jubilee Park. Let’s come together for a large blanket exercise, round dance, multi-cultural entertainment, and music courtesy of the Wetaskiwin Ministerial Association. Date & Time: Sunday, Sept. 29 (Time TBD) Location: 5007 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: By donation

23RD ANNUAL WOMEN OF ASPENLAND INDUCTION CEREMONY

Each October, in Celebration of Women’s History Month, we honour new inductees into our Women of Aspenland exhibit. Join us for this special afternoon as we celebrate the Year of Art with the lives of Tillie Chapman, Esther Dahms, Emma Hoffman, and Dorothy Ruff. Date & Time: Saturday, Oct. 19; 2 pm Location: 5007 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: Free

ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK? HALLOWEEN HAUNTING (18+)

Do you dare to join us... in the dark? This spooky night includes chilling surprises, horror movies, “twisted” games, and more. Date & Time: Saturday, Oct. 26; 8 pm to 11 pm Location: 6426 40 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Reynolds-Alberta Museum) Fee: Tickets must be purchased in advance Contact: reynoldsmuseum.ca

CHIPS SPOOKTACULAR HALLOWEEN PARTY

Come to CHIPS dressed in your best Halloween costume. We’ll have games, food, and a ton of Halloween FUN! Date & Time: Thursday, Oct. 31; 9:30 am to 11:30 am Location: 3725 56 Street, Wetaskiwin Mall Fee: $10/child or free with CHIPS membership


WETASKIWIN BARN DANCE

Doors open at 5 pm followed by dinner at 6 pm. Join us for a great night of fundraising featuring a live band, silent auction, live pie auction, bull riding and of course, boot scootin! Proceeds from this event will go towards the Wetaskiwin Health Foundation’s current campaign. Date & Time: Saturday, Nov. 2; 5 pm Location: 4513 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Drill Hall) Fee: Adults: $50 | Children 4 to 12: $15, Contact: wetaskiwinhealthfoundation.com

NO STONE LEFT ALONE

We invite you to help us join with No Stone Left Alone – Wetaskiwin to educate, respectfully remember, act and to honor our Armed Forces by placing a poppy on the headstone of every sailor, soldier, and airman and women. Date: Saturday, Nov. 2 (Time TBD)

FALL MARKET AT THE LIBRARY

Free. Ages 18 years or older. Join us for an evening of shopping at the library’s annual Fall Market. Support local vendors and businesses and enjoy the company of friends with snacks and a refreshments bar. Date & Time: Friday, Nov. 8; 7 pm to 9 pm Location: 5002 51 Avenue (Wetaskiwin Public Library) Contact: Call 780.361.4446

INDIGENOUS ART & CRAFT MARKET

Looking for that perfect gift? The museum will be flooded with a full spectrum of colour, creation, and style with unique inventions and designs at the latest installment of our Indigenous Art and Craft Markets. Tables are free with pre-registration! Date & Time: Saturday, Nov. 16; 10 am to 5 pm Location: 5007 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: Free

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EVENT

Enjoy a relaxed evening of shopping in the Museum Store. Date & Time: Thursday, Nov. 21; 10 am to 7 pm Location: 6426 40 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Reynolds-Alberta Museum) Fee: Free Contact: reynoldsmuseum.ca

WINTER WARM UP

Free family event! Date & Time: Nov. 21 to Nov. 24 Location: Drill Hall, Memorial Arts Centre, Manluk Centre (Wetaskiwin) Contact: Email Wetaskiwin.winter.warmup@gmail.com

PARADE WARM-UP STATION

Join the museum on parade night when everybody will be treated like museum members. Our Star Store gift shop has turned into Santa’s Workshop and all visitors will receive a 10% discount on regularly priced items. Meanwhile, Museum Staff, along with Board and Youth Network members will be on hand with hot drinks, goodies, crafts and more! Date & Time: Friday, Nov. 22; 5 pm to the end of the parade Location: 5007 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: By donation

THE ASSOCIATION OF CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC LEGENDS COWBOY CHRISTMAS SHOW & DANCE

KNIT HAPPENS

Knit Happens… at the Heritage Museum. Watch the Spinning Knitwits test their finger agility by spinning and weaving an entire sweater in one day. The day will also include a Shetland Wool apparel draw, craft auction, refreshments, and a variety of handmade textiles related activities for all ages. It promises to be a day full of woolly frivolity! Date & Time: Monday, Dec. 2; 10 am Location: 5007 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: By donation

CHIPS CHRISTMAS BASH

Celebrate the Christmas Season with us. Food, friends and fun is all you need! We’ll have a photographer, Santa and a fantastic back drop for some great Christmas photo. Date & Time: Saturday, Dec. 7; 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Location: 3725 56 Street, Wetaskiwin Mall Fee: $10/child or free with membership

CANADA’S AGRICULTURE DAY: AMBASSADORS OF AGRICULTURE

The Heritage Museum and partners are excited to be joining with Agriculture More Than Ever to help celebrate the 3rd annual Canada’s Agriculture Day. Enjoy a delicious dinner and insightful speakers to discover more about your food and where it comes from. Date & Time: Tuesday, Feb. 11; 6 pm to 8 pm Location: 5007 50 Avenue, Wetaskiwin (Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum) Fee: $25 (includes dinner)

Calling all inner Cowgirls and Cowboys! Come join us for a Cowboy Country Christmas Show & Dance. There will be a silent auction and prizes you won’t want to miss out on. Date & Time: Saturday, Nov. 23; 7 pm Location: Wetaskiwin Memorial Arts Centre Fee: $30/tickets (presale), $40/tickets (at the door) Contact: Call Lacy 780.887.4857 or Tasha 780.216.0194

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CHIPS VALENTINE’S DAY PARTY

Who doesn’t love Valentine’s Day? Come celebrate Valentine’s Day with us with many fun activities, food and dress in your favorite dress or outfit! Date & Time: Friday, Feb. 14; 9:30 am to 11:30 am Location: Wetaskiwin Mall Fee: $10/child or free with membership

ICE GOLF 2020

Date & Time: Saturday, March 14; 1 pm Location: Registration 11 am at Mulhurst Bay Legion, Golfing at Mulhurst Bay Boat Launch Fee: $75 for golf and dinner ($45 dinner only) Contact: Visit www.icegolf.ca

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WETASKIWIN COUNTY ALDER FLATS COMMUNITY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 1ST ANNUAL COMMUNITY BUILDERS’ GOLF TOURNAMENT

Hosted by Alder Flats Ag Society to raise funds for youth programs, including Movie Night, Leadership Camp, Curling Camp and other youth programs! Registration closes on August 31. Info www.alderflats.net Date & Time: Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019 Location: Raven Meadows Golf Course Fee: $80/entry for golfers 12 years and older, includes 9 hole best ball & supper Contact: Call Lyle 780.621.1044 or Ken 780.898.6748

COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS POTLUCK & DESSERT AUCTION

Bring a dish to share and a dessert to auction. Santa will be there and activities for the kids. Proceeds goes towards Hall upkeep. Turkey, gravy and dressing provided. Date & Time: Sunday, Dec. 8, 5:30 pm

BUCK LAKE

Contact: bucklakeagtreasurer@telus.net and watch for posted information

SNOWFLAKE BALL AND CHRISTMAS PARADE

Last year we had two separate events. This year we are combining them for one fun, eventful afternoon and evening geared to families. A show stopping parade followed by a dinner and dance with karaoke. Face painting for sure and maybe a bonfire. Date & Time: Available when finalized Fee: TBA. Count on it being very reasonable for the whole family to come. Location: Buck Lake Hall on Lakeshore Drive


NEW YEAR’S EVE DANCE

Welcome to what will hopefully become an annual event in Buck Lake. Enjoy live music from Wild Rose Roulette. It is traditionally the best night of the year. Reasonably priced, drinks, snacking food and boot stomping great tunes. A must do party! Date & Time: Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019. From 8 pm to 2 am Fee: Advance - $25/ticket advance, at the door - $30/ticket Location: Buck Lake Hall on Lakeshore Dr. Tickets: Info will be posted in town for where tickets can be purchased

BUCK LAKE WINTER FESTIVAL 2020

A day of busy activities starting with a pancake breakfast, and includes challenges: egg toss, log sawing, pie eating, bubble gum blowing, etc. There will be a concession, art/craft display, chili cook off, wagon/sleigh rides, community supper, family dance and fireworks. Date & Time: Saturday, March 14. Start time and schedule to be announced Fee: Most activities will be free. Check the local Coffee Companion for details come February Location: Buck Lake Hall on Lakeshore Drive

LAKEDELL FAIR

WINFIELD AG SOCIETY

Come round out your summer on the August long weekend at the Lakedell Country Fair! Something for everyone including mutton bustin’, horse show, team pull, kids area, bench show and trade fair. Date & Time: Saturday Aug. 31, 7am – 4pm Fee: $7 in advance and $10 at the gate. Location: Lakedell Ag Society Grounds, Westerose Contact: Lakedell Ag Office 780.586.2505 or lakedell.org

Gymkhana finals 1 pm followed by an evening of fun with The Popovich’s Multimedia Show. Date: Saturday, Sept. 28 Time: Doors open at 5 pm; Supper at 6 pm; Show at 7 pm Contact: www.winfieldagsociety.com or Facebook

LAKEDELL AG SOCIETY 13TH ANNUAL BULLRIDIN’ & BOOTSCOOTIN’

Dinner and Show, details to follow. Date: Saturday, October 19 Contact: www.winfieldagsociety.com or Facebook

Join us for the annual bullriding next spring! Tickets available early 2020. Date & Time: Saturday, March 21, 2020 Fee:  Advance tickets $25 or $35 at the door. Contact: Lakedell Ag Office 780.586.2505 or lakedell.org

COWBOY DAYS

MURDER MYSTERY NIGHT

FALL SUPPER

Come celebrate the end of a busy summer and welcome in a bountiful harvest with friends and family at our Fall Supper. This is the family gathering event of the Fall. Don’t miss it! Roast beef and/or turkey supper with all the trimmings. Fruit pie and whipped cream for dessert. Date & Time: Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 from 5 pm to 9 pm Fee: $18 adult, $10 for ages 6 – 12, and kids under 6 are free Location: Buck Lake Hall on Lakeshore Drive Contact: bucklakeagtreasurer@telus.net

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FALL PARADE OF PROGRAMS

Wed., September 4, 2019 from 6 pm until 8 pm at the Wetaskiwin Drill Hall (4513 - 50 Avenue). Register for upcoming activities, programs, and courses at the Wetaskiwin Parade of Programs! Community organizations are ready to take registrations and share information about their offerings.

PROGRAM GUIDE MANDATE The Program Guide is a non-commercial publication that advertises educational, recreational, and personal wellness programs within the Wetaskiwin region. Event listings are also now accepted! Businesses must promote a program, learning opportunity, and/or a community service that falls within the mandate. *No general business ads will be accepted for print*

CONTACT US The Wetaskiwin & Area Program Guide is made possible through a partnership between the City of Wetaskiwin and the County of Wetaskiwin.

CITY OF WETASKIWIN

Phone: 780.361.4400 Prefer to email? Send us a note at wetaskiwinparadeofprograms@gmail.com (for both City and County questions)

COUNTY OF WETASKIWIN

Phone: 780.352.3321

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2019 Fall/Winter Regional Program Guide  

The Wetaskiwin Regional Fall & Winter Program Guide showcases educational, recreational, and personal wellness programs happening in the reg...

2019 Fall/Winter Regional Program Guide  

The Wetaskiwin Regional Fall & Winter Program Guide showcases educational, recreational, and personal wellness programs happening in the reg...

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