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Seniors' Expo

A seniors' expo will be held this Tuesday at the St. Albert 50+ Club. The event will include a variety of local businesses and organizations.

These include organizations involved in government financial programs, housing, transportation, health and education, as well as legal and recreational businesses.

The expo will take place on Tuesday, May 6 at 7 Taché Street from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. For more information contact 780-459-0433.

More room for scrapbooking

The Inked Stamper, a local scrapbooking and paper crafting business, has found a new home at 20-94 McKenney Avenue.

Owner Dawn Pritchard said she relocated from her former business in Riel Business Park for more space and a central location.

The business focuses on scrapbooking and mixed media, which incorporates the use of paints, inks and stencils into making scrapbooks and art journals. The Stamper also offers about one scrapbooking class per week, she said.

"I have a store front that is all retail and then back of it is all the workshops," she said, adding that people can use the space to work on projects outside of classes.

Pritchard said she opened the business three years ago after becoming addicted to scrapbooking and hosting home parties for other fans of the popular decorative photo album hobby.

Her store is open from Monday until Saturday. To register for a class and find out more about the business visit theinkedstamper.blogspot.ca or call 780-458-2422.


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