April 28, 2016
Stop by the third Thursday of the month from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. All proceeds go to support the 50+ Club.Your investment: have one to three rings cleaned for $3; or three to six rings cleaned for $5.Have a coffee or tea while you wait. (Clients must be present at time of cleaning). St. Albert 50+ Club, 301 Grandin Tower. Telephone: 780-459-0433. Visit the website at:http://stalbert50plus.com/
As part of Scout Canada’s Good Turn Week, the 12th St. Albert Scouts will deliver 3000 empty paper groceries bags to homes in their neighbourhood this week. Scouts are asking you to place non-perishable food items in the bag and they will pick up those bags on Saturday April 30th, starting at 11 a.m. As well, the scouts and their trailer will be at the Save-On Foods (NORTH) parking lot on Saturday if anyone would like to bring non-perishable food items to them. All donations will go to the St. Albert Food Bank.
Small knives: $1; medium knives: $1.50; large knives: $2. Stop by on Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.All proceeds go to support the 50+ Club.St. Albert 50+ Club, 301 Grandin Tower. Telephone: 780-459-0433. Visit the website at: http://stalbert50plus.com/
Watch the “mud- a-flyin” demonstrations and enjoy! Our spring pottery sale has long been considered a premier destination for those seeking a unique and comprehensive selection of contemporary and traditional handmade pottery and gifts. From the eclectic to the popular, the St. Albert Potters' Guild stocks the most stimulating functional, sculptural and raku wares all made by a community of artists and potters right in the heart of St Albert Place. This year we are featuring "creatures great and small", so come and see our menagerie. A select group of donated pots will be on sale to support ovarian cancer research. Join us Thursday April 28, from 5 to 9 p.m., Friday April 29, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday April 30, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the foyer of St Albert Place, 5 St. Anne Street. Admission and parking are free.
The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Northern Alberta & the Territories Branch invites you to join us for our 13th Annual Kidney Run & Walk that will be held Sunday, May 1. We hope that with your support we'll be able to make this the best year yet! We are back again at Rundle Park at the ACT Centre and it's a family friendly space for everyone of all ages and abilities to enjoy. There will be light snacks available in the morning followed by a hot dog barbecue. Everyone gets a goody bag and T-shirts so register early to ensure your size! Please know the event will let you: participate in a 2K Walk or a 5K/10K Run options; an opportunity to meet new and old friends; help raise support and awareness for your loved ones and all those living with the challenges of chronic kidney disease. Create a team, join an existing one or register as an individual. And you can always sponsor someone if you are unable to attend. Funds raised support programs that help individuals and their families with everything from financial assistance (to pay for medicine, groceries, blood pressure machines and more), gas cards for dialysis patients, screenings to identify individuals at high risk of developing kidney disease, camp for kids to attend kidney summer camp, education and information and continuing world-class research that will lead to advancements in kidney care.
Hello forward thinkers . . . Think: Food Forest. Fresh, healthy, affordable food. Biodiversity. Education. Nutrition. Self Reliance. Security. Sustainability. Water conservation. Medicine. Air quality. Soil rehabilitation. Habitat. Food impacts the quality of our health, our land and our communities. Growing our own food provides the benefits of fresh air, physical exercise and bringing ourselves closer to nature. Food forests improve access to fresh, healthy, affordable food, with decreased transportation costs and lower carbon emissions. Takes place May 20 to 24 (long weekend). Location: St. Albert Grain Elevator Park, 4 Meadowview Drive, St. Albert. Instructor: Javan K. Bernakevitch. Cost: Full long weekend (4.5 days theory and practical) $399 until March 21 (then $449). Intro: Friday night: $35 until March 21 (then $45). Compost Tea Brewing on Sunday: $35 until March 21 (then $45). For more information, call Jill 780-418-8814. Register: http://museeheritage.ca/exhibits-events/current-upcoming-events/
Saturday April 30. Registration: 9 a.m. A.G.M. 10 a.m. Seminar: 1 p.m. at Crossroads Church, 32 St. & Highway 2, Red Deer. Members: $20/person/couple; Non-members: $30/person/couple. Membership available at door. Agenda: Best in Class Energy Regulator & Freehold Owners – A.E.R.; New Crown Royalty Regime – Dept. of Energy; Current Freehold Owner Problems & Remedies. Lunch: $10. Info: FHOA 403-245-4438. Email: email@example.com Else Pedersen: 403-783-3433.
Presented by the Mission Hill Brass and the Edmonton Accordion Society. Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m. St. Albert United Church, 20 Green Grove Drive. Tickets: $20 (kids under 12 free).