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Westlock's Light Up kicks off the Christmas season

Westlock's Light Up kicks off the Christmas season

Everything from a parade, to dinners, family dances, free hayrides and photos with Santa came together Nov. 22
Firefighter in the Sky goes above and beyond

Firefighter in the Sky goes above and beyond

Lt. Brian Hegedus of the Westlock Fire Department will once again climb the 50-foot fire truck ladder Dec. 22 as part of this year’s Firefighter in the Sky donation drive.
Light Up promises a week of fun

Light Up promises a week of fun

The one and only Santa Clause made an appearance at the Rotary Spirit Centre Nov. 17 ahead of his busy season at the North Pole and Alexis Harley and Parker Reay were among the lucky kids who got to meet him.
Canadian Country Christmas returns to Perryvale

Canadian Country Christmas returns to Perryvale

If you haven’t gotten your tickets to Canadian Country Christmas in Perryvale Nov. 24 you better get them soon.
FCSS rebrands its Christmas program

FCSS rebrands its Christmas program

With a new name and logo, Westlock Family and Community Support Services starts off its annual holiday programming and is currently accepting applications for the program formerly known as Santa’s Anonymous. Until Dec.
Remembering the liberation of Holland

Remembering the liberation of Holland

Second World War veteran Tom McConaghy plants a tulip bulb in the specially-made planter made by R.F. Staples School students. It was part of Remembrance Day commemorations at the school Nov.
Bring your poor, unfortunate souls to see The Little Mermaid

Bring your poor, unfortunate souls to see The Little Mermaid

Kevin Berger – Leader Staff Disappointed by “The Little Mermaid” live-action special that aired last week on ABC? Well, Barrhead Community Theatre is putting on its own adaptation of the beloved Disney classic at the end of the month.
The stars are coming out in Perryvale

The stars are coming out in Perryvale

Canadian Country Christmas is coming to Perryvale Nov. 24. Two of the four headliners took some time to talk about their projects and how they are looking forward to the tour.
Students make sure No Stone Left Alone

Students make sure No Stone Left Alone

Parker Evans from Pembina North Community School places a flag on a veteran’s grave Oct. 24 at the Jarvie Community Cemetery as part of No Stone Left Alone ceremonies.
Remembrance Day ceremonies set

Remembrance Day ceremonies set

November marks a time of reflection on the world of today owed to the sacrifices of others, some long gone, some alive to help us remember, and others in continued service.