Prairie Post (West Edition)
Harambee Grandmas 5th annual Fabric Sale - call for donations: The HARAMBEE GRANDMAS are preparing for their 5th annual October fabric sale and welcome your donations of clean unused fabric, yarn, and sewing notions. For more information and to arrange for convenient and safe delivery or pick-up of your donations, please email us at email@example.com or call 403-331-0504. And - you can find us on Facebook at Harambee Grandmas! Southern Alberta (Lethbridge), Coulee Commentators Toastmaster Club meets Mondays at 7-8:30 p.m. online via Zoom (until further notice). Guests are always welcome to check out how Toastmasters can help them to become a better public speaker, communicator and leader and how to use new technology. Contact Michaela (VP of Membership) at vpm-3673@toastmastersclubs. org for the meeting link. For more information go to: https://coulee.toastmastersclubs.org or Facebook page: @couleecommentators.
September 2-October 28
Indigenous Caregiver Café: an opportunity to come together to discuss and challenges of parenting in a supportive environment. Goes from 1-3 p.m. Taber FCSS (4326-50th Ave) registration required, to register or for more information, contact Jessica: 403-915-7530.
BACKYARD BBQ COMPETITION: second-ever Backyard BBQ Competition was last held in 2019. This year it goes in Confederation Park with an 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM - Competitor check-in; 12:00 PM - all competitors must be set up; 1:00 PM - DJ starts music; 1:00 - 5:00 PM - Bouncy castle, Taber Public Library games, and face painters; 3:00 - 7:00 PM - Live music starts; 4:00 - 7:00 PM (or until we sell out) - $5 pulled pork dinner (all proceeds go towards Taber Charity Auction); 4:00 PM - Ribs ready for judging; 5:30 PM Awards; 8:00 PM - Wrap-up. This will be a licensed event. Liquor sales will take place on the grounds. No outside liquor permitted.
Join The Band Formerly Known as Karen, Lewis and Pam on September 18 at Lethbridge College’s Coulee Fest. We will be performing classic kids rock and some fun, family-friendly originals.
More information on Coulee Fest can be found here: https://lethbridgecollege.ca/ coulee-fest
Recovery Day Lethbridge is back this September. Join us as we will gather IN PERSON (following any COVID-19 guidelines of course) as a community and celebrate the many pathways to and through recovery. Recovery Day Lethbridge is a community grassroots event committed to mobilizing and organizing people in recovery from addiction and addiction related problems. If you are interested in exhibiting this year at our Recovery marketplace please DM us or email firstname.lastname@example.org #RecoveryLivesHere
South Country Jamboree Society will hold a Wellcome Back Jam Session September 26 at the Lethbridge Legion Memorial Hall starting at 1 p.m. Admission is $5.
At Exhibition Park Lethbridge will be the Alberta Livestock Expo. Alberta’s number one trade show specifically for livestock producers and suppliers.