24 - PRAIRIE POST - Friday, July 10, 2020 www.prairiepost.com The Weekly Crossword play for 51. Oath 52. Astronomical period 54. A single unit 56. Presides over 60. Spoiled tot 61. Hillsides 62. Fertility god 63. Assuage 64. Signs a contract 65. Ancient Greek war dance 66. Allows 67. Lunar crater 68. Crash a motorcycle (Brit. slang) 20. Clothes 21. Opera s Callas 23. Lentil dish 25. Energy-saving module 26. Make sense of a language 27. Hurries through 29. Songs to one s lover 30. Name given to plant groups 32. Improves 34. Patriotic women 35. Inflamed swelling on the eyelid 37. Instrument in Indian music 40. Request 42. Make into leather without using tannin 43. Defies 47. Neither 49. Flower cluster 50. Phonological unit 52. Leaves in water 53. Cavalry-sword 55. Famed American cartoonist 56. Messenger ribonucleic acid 57. Scarlett s home 58. Make 59. Stony waste matter 61. What to do at auction 65. Incorrect letters CLUES ACROSS 1. Punctuation mark 6. Married woman 9. Nocturnal rodent 13. Suffix 14. A way to disappoint 15. Saddle horse 16. West African country 17. Philippine island 18. Girls creator Dunham 19. A type of twin 21. Groans 22. Infections 23. What a beaver makes 24. Thou 25. Make a mistake 28. Receive 29. Dresses 31. Burn the surface of 33. Where coaches observe 36. Ceremonial offices 38. Paddle 39. The body s main artery 41. Altered the original state 44. Alleges 45. Short-billed rails 46. Northern Thai province 48. Albanian monetary unit 49. Who the Wolverines CLUES DOWN 1. Loose-fitting undergarment 2. Western Romanian city 3. Unit of length 4. Type of electricity 5. Article 6. Mothers 7. Monetary unit 8. Single Lens Reflex 9. Tan-colored horses 10. Region 11. Cautious in spending money 12. Belittle 14. Sarcastic 17. Fathers If you have a community calendar event, please email it to: rdahlman@ prairiepost. com (one week prior to the publishing date. It s free.) It will also appear on our website s calendar: www.prairiepost.com Community Calendar July 10-Saskatchewan Learn about the relationship between forages, pollinators and how they can benefit each other. Forages for Pollinators - Webinar. Keynote speaker: Graham Parsons, MSc, BSc, PAg, is a Pollinator Biosecurity Specialist with the Ministry of Agriculture, Crops and Irrigation Branch, Prince Albert. Register: For more information, contact Hillary Luchinski at 306-682-6706 or Brittany Neumeier at 306-867-5575. There is no charge for this webinar. To register go to: https://register.gotowebinar. com/register/8007352166434025232 The session will be recorded and will be accessible on our website, www. saskatchewan.ca/agriculture. July 11-Swift Current Market Square goes from 9-11 p.m. See what’s happening this summer at Market Square, located downtown at the corner of Central Avenue and Chaplin Street. Market Square occurs every Saturday from June 13 to September 26. Admission is free and hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Interested vendors can apply by contacting Marlene Johnson at 306-778-1673. July 14-15-Oyen The 17th Annual Southern Alberta Grazing School for Women will be hosted in Oyen (Special Area 3). There will be discussion in range and riparian health, Grazing principles and practices and plant ID and quiz. For more info or to receive registration info, list Facebook “Grazing Schools for Women”; contact Kristi Stebanuk 403-3820927, email firstname.lastname@example.org Cows and Fish is based in High River. July 18-Swift Current Market Square goes from 9-11 p.m. See what’s happening this summer at Market Square, located downtown at the corner of Central Avenue and Chaplin Street. Market Square occurs every Saturday from June 13 to September 26. Admission is free and hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Interested vendors can apply by contacting Marlene Johnson at 306-778-1673. July 22-Medicine Hat All SEAWA members are invited to the 13th Annual General Meeting on July 22 (12:30 p.m.-3 p.m.) at the Medicine Hat Lodge. Guests are also welcome to attend, but if you are not currently a member, and you live, work, and enjoy outdoor recreation within our watershed, we encourage you to become a member. Any SEAWA member can run for a seat on the Board, and a candidate must be nominated by a SEAWA member. Membership and Nomination Forms can be requested at executive@ seawa.ca. Precautionary measures against COVID 19 will be implemented at the AGM: social distancing, disinfection of surfaces, safe water and coffee dispensing, packaged refreshments, and wearing of face masks. July 25-Swift Current Market Square goes from 9-11 p.m. See what’s happening this summer at Market Square, located downtown at the corner of Central Avenue and Chaplin Street. Market Square occurs every Saturday from June 13 to September 26. 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