January 11 — Milk River
Learn To Rollerskate with Cherri from 7-8 p.m. at the Milk River Civic Centre. All ages (parents/adults encouraged to join). Roller skates available to borrow (limited sizes). Helmet required, knee and wrist protection. Sponsored by the Milk River Ag Society see: www.LearnToROllerskateYQL.ca/rentalskates
January 12 — Claresholm
Heritage Junior (B) Hockey League as Medicine Hat Cubs battle Lomond at the arena starting at 8:15 p.m.
January 14 — Saskatoon
Saskatchewan Pulse Growers is hosting our Annual General Meeting on Monday, Jan. 14, at 5 p.m. at TCU Place in Saskatoon. To learn more about the AGM, click here. You do not need to be registered for Crop-Sphere to attend the AGM. If you are unable to join us in-person for the AGM, watch the meeting live on SPG's Facebook page.
January 19 — Claresholm
Heritage Junior (B) Hockey League as Strathmore battles the Lomond Lakers at Arena starting at 7:45 p.m January 21-Milk River The 2019 Bonanza Days Planning Committee (in conjunction with the Milk River Ag Society) is working on next year's event. Need volunteer help. Meet on the third Thursday of the month at the Agora Room of the Civic Centre at 7 p.m. with short agendas. Follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mrdagsociety
January 23 — Lethbridge
Beyond Hate: Hate Crime and the Court: Join the Alberta Hate Crimes Committee (AHCC) for a free workshop on how crime motivated by hate is processed through the court system. Learn about the court system, the difference between crime and incidents motivated by hate, and AHCC initiatives in this free case study workshop lead by Alberta Hate Crimes Committee member Cst. Les Vonkeman and Crown Prosecutor Vaughn Hartigan. Takes from 9 a.m.-noon at the Lethbridge Public Library.
January 24 — Milk River
Community Awareness Potluck Dinner at 6 p.m. at the Civic Center. Everyone welcome. Bring your favourite dish and see what's happening in Milk River. If your group has not been contact or you would like to be involved, please contact Suzanne at J-T Wine and Spirits (403-647-2785) or Ann Tollestrup (403-647-2733).
January 30 — Milk River
The Milk River Community School Enhancement Committee invites you to attend Pasta with a Purpose at the Milk River Civic Centre. Dinner and silent auction start at 5 p.m. and live auction begins at 6:30 All proceeds go toward future enhancements to the school gymnasium. Tickets: Under 6 - free. Age 6-12 - $5. Age 13+ - $10. For ticket info, contact Mandy at 403-647-7421 or Jodi at 403-647-7895..
Feb. 22-24 — Crowsnest Pass
Wintervention 2019 is scheduled to take place. If you have an event you would like to add to Wintervention or if you would like to sponsor, please contact crowsnest[email protected] or 403-563-0183..
April 10 — Southwest Alberta
Leaders of Tomorrow Awards Gala during National Volunteer Week. On Wednesday, April 10, the Gala recognizes and congratulates youth, ages 5-24, for their commitment and dedication through countless volunteer hours within both Lethbridge and surrounding communities. Do you know an outstanding youth in your community? Nominate them for a Leaders of Tomorrow Recognition Award or Excellence Award. The deadline for nomination is Friday, March 1. Nomination forms are available at www.volunteerlethbridge.com, by email or at the Volunteer Lethbridge office (324-5th-Street South). Call Chelsea at 403-332-4320 or email: communica[email protected]unteerlethbridge.com Tickets to the Gala are available for purchase from Volunteer Lethbridge.