Home Front – November 18

Several of Red Deer’s busiest traffic corridors will be monitored this week with photo radar by the City of Red Deer’s white pickup truck and other vehicles for the period ending Nov. 23.

Motorists, beware

Several of Red Deer’s busiest traffic corridors will be monitored this week with photo radar by the City of Red Deer’s white pickup truck and other vehicles for the period ending Nov. 23. School Zones include: Lancaster Drive, Nolan Street, Oleander Drive and 60th Street. Playground Zones include: Kendrew Drive, Lawford Avenue, Davison Drive and 57th Avenue. Traffic Corridors include: Oak Drive, 30th Avenue, 40th Avenue, 49th Avenue and Taylor Drive. The RCMP says they reserve the option to change the sites without notice.


Art Society Christmas sale

Red Deer College’s Art Society will hold a Christmas sale on Nov. 25 and 26, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., in the RDC Forum. Items for sale will include drawings, paintings, ceramics, jewelry and much more.


Deaf education

The public is invited to attend a lecture on Wednesday concerning a portion of the development of deaf education in Canada. The lecture by Stephane Perreault, the head of the history department at Red Deer College, begins at 7:30 p.m. in the west wing of the college library. The lecture is part of the RDC Homegrown series which offers college staff a chance to connect with the community. Admission is free and snacks will be available.


Immigrant seniors

Community Connections is a program for immigrant seniors, age 50 plus, looking for recreation, integration, support and fellowship. The group meets on Thursdays from 1 to 3 p.m. Locations vary, but the group generally meets at the Golden Circle. Home visits, language interpretation and transportation support may be provided upon request. For more information, contact Sherry at 403-346-8818.


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