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BP Cup organizers looking for event sponsors

BP Cup organizers looking for event sponsors

Preparations are well underway for the 2020 Alberta Men’s Curling Championship, also known as the Boston Pizza Cup, and the Westlock Curling Club is currently in the midst of seeking sponsorships to help make the event even more successful than the 2
Light the Night Oct. 19

Light the Night Oct. 19

Organizers of this year’s Light the Night, which is held in support of blood cancer research, hope members of the community can join them Oct.
Bringing seniors and kids together through music

Bringing seniors and kids together through music

Brooklyn Venoit, Rebecca Kryskow and the other Westlock Community Daycare kids spend an hour each Tuesday morning at Pembina Lodge, singing and dancing with the residents.

Pumpkin Walk is around the corner

It is a Barrhead tradition. For the last 13-years, area children and the young at heart, have followed a path of jack-o-lanterns carved by local school students, receiving up treats along the way. This year’s event will take place on Friday, Oct.

Rotary Dinner Theatre returns Oct. 18

It’s that time of year again as the Westlock Rotary Club puts together its annual dinner theatre production as it has for decades, this year though, there will be a few noticeable changes.
Free Thanksgiving dinner in the works

Free Thanksgiving dinner in the works

A free dinner for anybody in need is taking place Thanksgiving Day, where the community can cook, set up and eat together. Hosted by Linda Schmolinski at the Westlock Alliance Church Oct. 14 , preparations and cooking will start at 1 p.m.
Celeigh Cardinal wows crowd at Nancy Appleby Theatre

Celeigh Cardinal wows crowd at Nancy Appleby Theatre

Celeigh Cardinal blew away the crowd of roughly 110 people at the Nancy Appleby Theatre with her powerful and soulful voice Oct. 4 to open the Heartwood Folk Club's fall 2019 season.
Jamming at the Seniors Centre

Jamming at the Seniors Centre

Three decades later, and the Music Jam continues to go strong for the Whispering Hills Country Music Association. The association held its first jam of the 2019-20 season at the Athabasca Seniors Drop-in Centre Oct.
Pottery Club experiencing growing pains

Pottery Club experiencing growing pains

The Athabasca Pottery Club is open to members, but closed to lessons, temporarily.
Local film maker continues winning accolades

Local film maker continues winning accolades

Gina Payzant , who worked as an archivist in Athabasca, has won the Outstanding Music Video award for “The Hand That Picks the Stones” at the Film and Video Arts Society of Alberta (FAVA) Fest held Aug. 24 in Edmonton.