Home front – April 4

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The Alzheimer’s Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories Central Chapter will honour a citizen for work with people affected by the disease. The farewell Come and Go Tea will take place on April 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the society office, CiRS Community Village at 4728 Ross St. They will pay tribute to Donna Durand, manager of client services and programs for the society, for the dedication and caring that she has shared with people affected by Alzheimer’s Disease and other related dementias. More information is available by contacting the society at 403-346-4636.


The Red Deer Wildrose Harmonizers Barbershop Chorus will present their spring show “Barbershop and Beyond” on April 20. Trademark, the division three quartet champions, and the Red Deer Chambers will also perform at the spring show. The event starts at 7 p.m. at the Living Stones Church at 2020 40 Avenue. Tickets are $15 and children under 12 are free. Tickets can be purchased at the church or by calling David at 403-342-1318 or Rob at 403-782-3744. For more information visit www.harmonizers.ca.


Spring festivals around the world will reach Red Deer through the art of storytelling on April 18. The Central Alberta Refugee Effort and the Red Deer Public Library have teamed up to give children aged six and up an idea of what happens at spring festivals in other countries. The storytelling runs from 4 to 5 p.m. at the downtown branch. There is no cost and families are welcomed.


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