Craigmyle Car­di­nal

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Sev­eral events are com­ing up quickly in Craigmyle. You might want to mark your cal­en­dar so you do not miss them. On Sun­day, April 17, there will be a Ham Sup­per, with all the trim­mings, in­clud­ing a dessert bar, in the church base­ment from 4:30-7:00.

Wed­nes­day, May 4, is the an­nual Mother’s Day Tea to be held in the church base­ment be­gin­ning at 2:00 pm. This no-charge event is open to all who would like to at­tend. This year’s theme is “Mother Goose”, so you might want to brush up on your nurs­ery rhymes be­fore May 4! A fine “Mother Goose” lun­cheon will be served as well as a short pro­gram with lots of laugh­ter and so­cial­iza­tion.

For many, the Craigmyle Cen­ten­nial cel­e­bra­tion re­mains a warm mem­ory and a dig­i­tal scrap­book has been pro­duced cap­tur­ing a good many of those mem­o­ries. The first print­ing of this book has ar­rived with all copies taken. A sec­ond print­ing is planned and you can or­der one of these beau­ti­ful full colour photo mem­ory al­bums (cost of pro­duc­tion or less) by con­tact­ing Bev at 665-2492. If you wish to view a copy of this al­bum prior to pur­chas­ing, stop by the church base­ment Tues­day or Thurs­day morn­ings; come to the pan­cake break­fast planned for May 1; or view it at the Mother’s Day Tea on May 4. Pre-or­ders are nec­es­sary, as no ex­tra books will be or­dered.

Ver­dant Val­ley, our neigh­bour­ing com­mu­nity to the south-west has an event you just won’t want to miss! On Satur­day, April 16 from 10:00 am till 4:00 pm Ver­dant Val­ley will be host­ing a Hor­ti­cul­tural Work­shop. Al­berta’s top hor­ti­cul­tural au­thor­ity, Jim Hole, will be do­ing a pre­sen­ta­tion on “Gar­den Myths”. Also fea­tured will be Tim Schowal­ter, a lo­cal nat­u­ral his­tory au­thor­ity. Pre­reg­is­tra­tion, which in­cludes lunch, is re­quired by April 8. Con­tact Pat at 321-0210 or Toni at 321-0061. This event is spon­sored by the Ver­dant Val­ley Ag So­ci­ety and Star­land County. Sounds to me like a great op­por­tu­nity to get a jump-start on our early spring gar­den­ing.

On Thurs­day, April 21, Delia, our neigh­bour to the west, is host­ing “The Queen’s High Tea” to com­mem­o­rate the 90th birth­day of Queen El­iz­a­beth II. The tea will take place at the Delia Drop In Cen­ter from 2:00 till 4:00 pm. There will be a con­test for the best hat with judg­ing to take place at 3:00 pm. There is no charge for this event; how­ever do­na­tions can be made to sup­port the Delia Mu­seum.

This past Sun­day the monthly Craigmyle pan­cake break­fast was well sup­ported with all in at­ten­dance hav­ing a good time. The draws for dec­o­rated cup­cakes were won by Craigmyle’s Mary Heather­sUp­shaw and Hanna’s Mur­ray John­son. All tick­ets pur­chased went into the “big choco­late bas­ket” draw to be made at the Mother’s Day tea. Even if you didn’t win on Sun­day, your big win could be on May 4! The next pan­cake break­fast will be held on May 1.

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