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• Swift Cur­rent Ladies Line Dance Club dances ev­ery Tues­day, Wed­nes­day, and Thurs­day, 9 - 10 a.m. in up­per hall of the Le­gion Hall, be­gan Sept. 4. New dancers $10/12 and un­der. MARCH 22 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

Par­ents! Check out the ex­cit­ing chil­dren’s pro­grams we have go­ing on weekly at the Swift Cur­rent Branch Li­brary. On Fri­days at 10 a.m., have loads of fun at Baby Steps. At this pro­gram, chil­dren ages 3 and un­der will en­joy fin­ger rhymes and sing songs, and then at 10:30 a.m. en­joy Romp ‘n’ Read. At this pro­gram, chil­dren lis­ten to sto­ries, play in a cre­ative space, do crafts, and play lit­er­acy-based games. Check out the events cal­en­dar at swiftcur­rentli­brary.ca. MARCH 23 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

Gone Coun­try are pro­vid­ing the mu­sic for the Good Tyme Dance Club’s March monthly dance 8 – 11 p.m. at Walker Place, 2150, Walker St, Swift Cur­rent. Cash bar. Light lunch and cof­fee served af­ter the dance. Ev­ery­one is wel­come to come and en­joy the mu­sic! MARCH 23 — RED­CLIFF

Lego at the Li­brary: LEGO at the Li­brary: Let your imag­i­na­tion run wild! Kids, bring your par­ent or grand­par­ent and have fun build­ing from kits or bulk Lego. Time: from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Red­cliff Pub­lic Li­brary. MARCH 24 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

Voice of the Mar­tyrs, Canada presents the stage pro­duc­tion of Soli­tary Re­fine­ment for the com­mu­nity at large, free of charge, for ages 13 & up at East­side Church of God (2105 Adams Street, Swift Cur­rent) Sun­day, March 24. It starts at 7 p.m. with a run time of 75 min­utes. Vol­un­tary con­tri­bu­tions to­ward tour­ing ex­penses will be grate­fully ac­cepted. MARCH 24 — ELKWATER

Big Air Slush Cup takes place at Hid­den Val­ley Ski re­sort near High­way 41, near Elkwater. Join THE BOARD­ING HOUSE and Hid­den Val­ley Ski re­sort for the 24th An­nual Big Air Slush Cup con­test hosted by The Board­ing House.The event will take place start­ing at 1 p.m. For those wish­ing to en­ter the con­test you must reg­is­ter by 10am the day of the event. Par­tic­i­pants un­der the age of 18 need a waiver signed by a par­ent or guardian. Hel­mets are re­quired! This event is free and is a great way to show your sup­port for the lo­cal board­ing scene. There will be HUGE prizes and give­aways. MARCH 25 — BROOKS

Lunch with Martin Shields (The Car­bon Pric­ing Im­pact). Come share how this is­sue is af­fect­ing your busi­ness and how you can make a dif­fer­ence. Goes from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Takes place at the Her­itage Inn and Con­ven­tion Cen­tre. Tick­ets are $25 for mem­bers and $35 for non-mem­bers. Put on by the Brooks Cham­ber of Com­merce MARCH 25 — RED­CLIFF

Shake, Rat­tle, and Read drop-in pro­gram at the Red­cliff Pub­lic Li­brary. En­joy songs, crafts, and sto­ries with your preschoole­r. Mon­day morn­ings from 10-

11:30 MARCH Fun for a.m., all 25 fam­ily — ex­cept LEADER mem­bers for hol­i­days. from 6-7 p.m. a Games, par­tic­i­pa­tion the Leader crafts, is Li­brary re­quired. books (151-1st etc. St. Par­ent W). MARCH Grass­lands 26 — Nat­u­ral­ists MEDICINE AGM HAT on Tues­day, March Pub­lic 26 Li­brary at 6:30 fol­lowed pm at the by the Medicine film “Sea Hat Wolves pho­tog­ra­pher, of Bri­tish Rick Columbia” An­drews, by wildlife from Leth­bridge. MARCH Do you en­joy 26 — a SWIFT lively and CUR­RENT en­gag­ing game of Group cards? meets We at do the too! Swift The Cur­rent Bridge & Branch Whist Li­brary join the on fun! Tues­days Check at 1 out p.m. the Come events and cal­en­dar MARCH 26 at swiftcur­rentli­brary.ca. — SWIFT CUR­RENT

At­ten­tion fun? S- C- word R- A- lovers! B- B- L- How E! Come do you to spell the Swift Cur­rent Branch Li­brary ev­ery Tues­day at 1 p.m. to test your vo­cab­u­lary by play­ing Scrab­ble! Check out the events cal­en­dar at swiftcur­rentli­brary.ca. MARCH 26 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

At­ten­tion stitch­ing en­thu­si­asts! Come and be a part of our beloved Stitch & Chat group ev­ery Tues­day evening at 7 p.m. Bring a cur­rent project, or start a new one while en­joy­ing great com­pany and good cof­fee. Ev­ery­one is wel­come. Check out the events cal­en­dar at swiftcur­rentli­brary.ca. MARCH 27 — MAPLE CREEK

Old Time Dance at the Maple Creek Le­gion Hall Grandma and Grand­pas band play from 8- 10 p. m. $ 5. ad­mis­sion. Please bring lunch. Ev­ery­one wel­come. MARCH 27 — MAPLE CREEK

Chase The Ace at Maple Creek Royal Cana­dian Le­gion. Wed 5 p.m. in Maple Creek. $5 Ticket sales go from 5-7 p.m. Draw at 7: 30 p. m. You must be in at­ten­dance to win. MARCH 27 — MAPLE CREEK

Line Danc­ing at Sal­va­tion Army Church Wed­nes­days. We dance to all kinds of mu­sic. Ev­ery Wed­nes­day From 7-8 p.m. For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact Vickie Phillips at 306- 661- 8551 or e- mail [email protected] Drop In Class $5. MARCH 27 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

You know about Tues­day Story Time, but did you know about our Evening Story Time? Have fun with your fam­ily on Wed­nes­day evenings from 6:30-7 p.m. for crafts, sto­ries, songs, and a pup­pet play! Ages 2 – 9. Check out the cal­en­dar at swiftcur­rentli­brary.ca. MARCH 27 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

Do you have an iPad? Not sure what it can do or how it works? Get the in­for­ma­tion you need at the iPad for Be­gin­ners class at the Swift Cur­rent Branch Li­brary on Wed­nes­day, March 27 at 2 p.m. For more in­for­ma­tion and to reg­is­ter call the li­brary at 306-778-2752. MARCH 27 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

Chal­lenge your­self! Come and learn to play Mahjong at the Swift Cur­rent Branch Li­brary ev­ery Wed­nes­day morn­ing at 10 a.m. Mahjong is a tile-based game that

orig­i­nated with a set of in 144 China. tiles The based game on is Chi­nese played char­ac­ters sim­i­lar to the and card sym­bols game Rummy. and is very This pro­gram is be­gin­ner friendly, but also fun for avid play­ers as well, ev­ery­one is wel­come to join. Check out the events cal­en­dar at swiftcur­rentli­brary.ca. MARCH 27 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

Do you have an iPad? Not sure what it can do or how it works? Get the in­for­ma­tion you need at the iPad for Be­gin­ners class at the Swift Cur­rent Branch Li­brary on Wed­nes­day, March 27 at 2 p.m. For more in­for­ma­tion and to reg­is­ter call the li­brary at 306-778-2752. MARCH 28 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

Have a blast play­ing crib­bage with the Crib­bage Group at the Swift Cur­rent Branch Li­brary ev­ery Thurs­day from 1: 30- 4 p. m. Whether you’ve played be­fore or are new to the game, come join us, ev­ery­one is wel­come! Check out the events cal­en­dar at swiftcur­rentli­brary.ca. MARCH 29 — SHAU­NAVON

Rock Solid Refuge's 2nd An­nual Ban­quet and Auc­tion Fundraiser in Shau­navon This event fea­tures key­note speaker Dr. Charles Red­wine. The ban­quet is catered by the award win­ning Har­vest Eatery from Shau­navon. Goes from Oc­curs from 5:20-9 p.m. Tick­ets are $100 each and may be pur­chased at www.rock­solidrefug­e.com/ban­quet, by call­ing 306-394-8876, or at the Snack Shack in Shau­navon. MARCH 29 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

Par­ents! Check out the ex­cit­ing chil­dren’s pro­grams we have go­ing on weekly at the Swift Cur­rent Branch Li­brary. On Fri­days at 10 a.m., have loads of fun at Baby Steps. At this pro­gram, chil­dren ages 3 and un­der will en­joy fin­ger rhymes and sing songs, and then at 10:30 a.m. en­joy Romp ‘n’ Read. At this pro­gram, chil­dren lis­ten to sto­ries, play in a cre­ative space, do crafts, and play lit­er­acy-based games. Check out the events cal­en­dar at swiftcur­rentli­brary.ca. MARCH 30 — RED­CLIFF

Lego at the Li­brary: LEGO at the Li­brary: Let your imag­i­na­tion run wild! Kids, bring your par­ent or grand­par­ent and have fun build­ing from kits or bulk Lego. Time: from 10 a. m- 12 p. m. at the Red­cliff Pub­lic Li­brary. MARCH 30 — MEDICINE HAT

2nd An­nual Spring SIP & SHOP: Hosted by Bev­eridge Land­mark Events. We're bring­ing our pop­u­lar hol­i­day mak­ers mar­ket back to Spring for a sec­ond year! Amaz­ing Mak­ers & Cre­ators sell­ing their hand­made wears, a DJ spin­ning tunes, cre­ative adult bev­er­ages, a raf­fle bas­ket of fan­tas­tic hand­made items from ven­dors, and so much more. All your spring/sum­mer gift needs in one place; Moth­ers day, Fa­thers day, grad­u­a­tion, wed­dings, or maybe some­thing for your­self? Bring the whole fam­ily! $2 Ad­mis­sion - kids 12 & un­der free. 1/2 of door pro­ceeds in sup­port of Medicine Hat SPCA. For ven­dor in­for­ma­tion, please send in­quiries to: [email protected]­bev­eridge.ca APRIL 1 — RED­CLIFF

Shake, Rat­tle, and Read drop-in pro­gram at the Red­cliff Pub­lic Li­brary. En­joy songs, crafts, and sto­ries with your preschoole­r. Mon­day morn­ings from 1011:30 a.m., ex­cept for hol­i­days. APRIL 1-10— BROOKS

The 25th an­nual Brooks Mu­sic Fes­ti­val will run from Mon­day, April 1 – Fri­day April 5 at var­i­ous venues in Brooks. Lo­cal per­form­ing artists will work with qual­i­fied ad­ju­di­ca­tors in Vo­cal, Mu­si­cal The­atre, Pi­ano, Strings, Choir, Band and Speech. Two con­certs fea­tur­ing the best per­for­mances from the fes­ti­val will be held on Tues­day April 9 and Wed­nes­day April 10 at 7 p. m. in Grif­fin Park Au­di­to­rium. Dif­fer­ent per­form­ers each night! All ses­sions and con­certs are open to the pub­lic free of charge. Do­na­tions to the Brooks Mu­sic Fes­ti­val grate­fully ap­pre­ci­ated. For a com­plete sched­ule of events go to www.brooksmu­sicfes­ti­val.ca APRIL 4 — BROOKS

Coun­try mu­sic leg­end Clay Walker is com­ing to the JBS Canada Cen­tre on Thurs­day, April 4. Who can for­get his first cou­ple big hits, “What’s It to You” and “Live Un­til I Die”. Since those hits he has placed 31 ti­tles on Bill­board’s sin­gles chart in­clud­ing “Dream­ing with my Eyes Open,” “If I Could Make Liv­ing,” “This Woman and This Man,” and “Ru­mor Has It.” Tick­ets can be pur­chased on Tick­et­mas­ter, at the JBS Canada Cen­tre or at the CRA dur­ing Ban­dits home games. Doors open at 7 p.m. This is an 18 and over con­cert. For any­one trav­el­ling from out of town, the Her­itage Inn Ho­tel and Con­ven­tion Cen­tre and the Her­itage Inn & Suites are of­fer­ing pack­age deals that in­clude prime ta­ble seats on the floor, a $25 ESSO gas card, break­fast and more. APRIL 4 — LEADER

Easter Bunny Paint Work­shop and hosted by Leader Phar­macy goes from from 6-10 p.m. at Leader Li­ons Li­ons Hall 117 - 2nd Street West, Leader. Join us for this all ages paint work­shop! In this work­shop we will be us­ing Coun­try Chic Paint to paint Easter bun­nies (each bunny is roughly 21.5" tall). Bun­nies can be ei­ther painted or de­coupaged. If you are de­coupag­ing, we will be us­ing nap­kins for this process. You can bring your own nap­kins, or you can choose from the de­signs we have avail­able. SORRY, cus­tom de­signs are not avail­able. Reg­is­tra­tion is on a first-come, first- serve ba­sis & your spot is guar­an­teed when pay­ment is re­ceived. All reg­is­tra­tion fees are non-re­fund­able and non-trans­ferrable, WHERE : 117 2nd St W Leader, (Leader Lion's Hall). COST: $40 + tax for one bunny, $70 + tax for two bun­nies, $100 + tax for 3 bun­nies. Reach us toll free at 1 (844) 494-0004. APRIL 5 — MEDICINE HAT

Reg­is­tra­tion for Medicine Hat Col­lege’s (MHC) an­nual Rat­tler Run is now open. The early bird dead­line is April 5. Par­tic­i­pants will be pro­vided a 3, 5 and 10 kilo­me­ter ( km) op­tion. the 40th An­nual Rat­tler Run on April 27 with a new start time of 10:30 a.m. New this

year, is a 10 km route that in­cludes the scenic Ajax Coulee trail. As this year’s run is the 40th an­niver­sary, lim­ited edi­tion race shirts will be avail­able. For more in­for­ma­tion or to reg­is­ter for this year’s Rat­tler Run visit www.rat­tler­run.ca. APRIL 5— MEDICINE HAT

SEAWA Com­mu­nity Ed­u­ca­tional Fo­rum: Water Man­age­ment sem­i­nar at the Medicine Hat Col­lege Cul­tural Cen­tre, room CC169. SEAWA will be hold­ing a free Com­mu­nity Ed­u­ca­tional fo­rum. This event will fo­cus on Water Man­age­ment in the SEAWA wa­ter­shed. Water man­age­ment is im­por­tant to un­der­stand on in­di­vid­ual, mu­nic­i­pal, pro­vin­cial and fed­eral lev­els. The area within the SEAWA wa­ter­shed is semi-arid, al­most as dry as a desert. Proper man­age­ment of south­ern Al­berta‚Äôs water is crit­i­cal for healthy ecosys­tems, to meet hu­man con­sump­tion needs, and for eco­nomic suc­cess. Water man­age­ment, and un­der­stand­ing fu­ture sup­ply fore­casts, can en­sure the avail­abil­ity and qual­ity of the water within the SEAWA wa­ter­shed. From 8-9 a.m.-Re­fresh­ments; 9 a.m.2:30 p.m.-Pre­sen­ta­tions; 12:15-1 p.m.Light Lunch; 2: 30- 3 p. m.- Tour of Mi­cro­grid at Cul­tural Cen­tre; 2:30-3 p.m.Walk Around Col­lege Pond APRIL 5— SWIFT CUR­RENT

10th An­nual Ban­quet and Auc­tion Fundraiser with Brad Wall: This event fea­tures Key­note Speaker, Mr. Brad Wall. The ban­quet is catered by the award win­ning Har­vest Eatery from Shau­navon. Tick­ets are $ 100 each and may be pur­chased at www. rock­solid refuge.com/ban­quet or by call­ing 306294-8876. APRIL 6 — EATONIA

An­nual Spring Home Based Busi­ness & Craft Sale goes from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at Eatonia Com­mu­nity Hall. Over 20 ta­bles!! Lots to see!! Com­pli­men­tary cof­fee and snacks! Sil­ver col­lec­tion with pro­ceeds go­ing to Eatonia Oa­sis Liv­ing! APRIL 10 — MAPLE CREEK

Old Time Dance at the Maple Creek Le­gion Hall Grandma and Grand­pas band play from 8 to 10 p.m. $5. ad­mis­sion. Please bring lunch. Ev­ery­one wel­come. APRIL 13 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

The Coun­try Squires from Medicine Hat are pro­vid­ing the mu­sic for the Good Tyme Dance Club’s April monthly dance 8 – 11 p.m. at Walker Place, 2150, Walker St, Swift Cur­rent. Cash bar. Light lunch and cof­fee served af­ter the dance.Join us for danc­ing and lis­ten­ing to good mu­sic! APRIL 13 — SWIFT CUR­RENT

Babysit­ting Cour­ses: Cy­press Ad­vanced First Aid Ser­vices is pre­sent­ing babysit­ting cour­ses for chil­dren 10 years and older. Learn skills to stay home alone or babysit for fam­ily or friends. Chil­dren will learn how to look af­ter young chil­dren, how to pre­vent in­jury, and first aid skills in case there is an ac­ci­dent. APRIL 24 — MAPLE CREEK

Old Time Dance at the Maple Creek Le­gion Hall Grandma and Grand­pas band play from 8 to 10 p.m. $5. ad­mis­sion. Please bring lunch. Ev­ery­one wel­come.

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