Registrations July 8

• Central Alberta Singles dance Saturday, July 24 at Penhold Hall. Music by Hot Spur. Doors open at 8 p.m., Elaine at 403-341-7653 or Bill at 403-350-4089.

• Central Alberta Singles dance Saturday,

July 24 at Penhold Hall. Music by Hot Spur.

Doors open at 8 p.m., Elaine at 403-341-7653

or Bill at 403-350-4089.

• Decorate your business for Westerner

Days to be eligible to win a $1,000 gift certificate

of signage from The Wallah Group.

Judging starts at 10 a.m. on July 20. Register

at CiRS by July 13, 403-340-8193.

• Christian Youth Theatre Central Alberta

August Day camps for ages five to 18 featuring

Disney Rock and Roll with training in

drama, voice and dance. cytcentralalberta.

com of call 403-341-6021.

• FAST (fun, adapted, safe and totally cool)

Summer Program will be offered by Children

Services Centre from July 26 to 30. Half day

camps will run mornings from 9:30 to 11:30

a.m. and afternoons from 1 to 3 p.m. Cost is

$125 per week and $63 for siblings. Melanie

or Jan at 403-340-2606.

• Spruce View Horse Show and Gymkhana

Aug. 15 at the Dickson Arena. Show

classes start at 9 a.m., gymkhana classes in

the afternoon. Emma at 403-746-3847, email

svhorseshow@gmail.com or visit www.dicksonarena.

com to download entry forms.

• Multiple Sclerosis Society is now taking

registrations for the 100 Holes of Golf to be

held at Wolf Creek Golf Resort on Sept. 13.

Tit www.msbiketours.ca, www.mssociety.ca/

central alberta or call 403-346-0290.

• Berry Architecture Wellness Bike Ride

Aug. 28 in support of the Central Alberta Brain

Injury Society. Choose between a 24 km ride

on Red Deer city trails or a 50 km or 100 km

route in Central Alberta. Registration and a

pledge sheet can be booked by calling 403-

341-3463 or email cabis@telus.net. Register

by July 31.

• Sunnybrook Farm Museum birthday party

packages in basic package, pioneer package

and pioneer plus package. You bring the

cake and the museum provides activities and

old fashioned fun. To book, phone 340-3511.

• Dr. Gabor Mate returns to Red Deer

on October 19 with his Taming the Hungry

Ghost: Addiction and Mental Illness program

at Crossroads Church from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30

p.m. Registration fee is $95 for the day including

lunch. Safe Harbour Society at 403-347-

0181 email lianne@safeharboursociety.org.

• Donations of a gas range, ride-on lawn

mower and a smaller bobcat are needed to

upgrade the Medicine River Wildlife Centre.

Tax receipt issued. Call 403-728-3467.

• Medicine River Wildlife Centre children’s

Sensory Camp on July 26 and 27. Children,

ages eight to ten years old will experience

amazing close encounters with wildlife. 403-

728-3467 or visit www.medicineriverwildlifecentre.

ca

• Lacombe Garden Club presents Hidden

Treasures yard and garden bus tours on July

28. Three tour times are available: 9 a.m. to

noon, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. Advance

tickets are necessary; $15 at Hannas

Seeds, Lacombe.

• Staycation Weekend at Fort Normandeau

from noon on July 17 to 5 p.m. on July

18. Camp at the Fort for the weekend and be

a tourist in your own hometown. Fee includes

a tent spot, many on-site activities, continental

breakfast, BYO lunch, supper and gear. Tents

only. No alcohol at this family event. Register,

$50 per family, by 7:30 p.m. on July 15. Call

403-346-2010 for information and registration.

• Sunnybrook Farm Museum Day Camps

take young people back in time to experience

pioneer life in early Alberta. Feed chickens,

make butter, pump water, cook on a wood

stove, take part in fun farm chores, and explore

the 1889 log home. Some field trips

included. Camps run Monday to Friday from

9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for ages five to 12 years

old. Early registrations recommended. Phone

403-340-3511.

• Mulan Jr. will be performed by Tree House

Youth Theatre on July 23 and 24 and again

on July 30 at the Scott Block. Tickets, $12 for

seniors, $20 for adults and $12 for under age

12, may be reserved at treehousetheatre@

gmail.com or call 403-346-9399.

• Upcoming Kerry Wood Nature Centre

events: Hunt for orchids in Cypress Hills Interprovincial

Park on July 9-11. Look for rare

plants at J.J. Collett on July 17 and again on

July 24. Travel to Waterton Lakes National

Park on July 20-22. Contact Eileen at 403-

886-4905 for registration and information.

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