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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 harambeegr­ 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@toastmaste­ for the meeting link. For more informatio­n go to: https://coulee.toastmaste­ or Facebook page: @couleecomm­entators.

September 16-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.

September 11-Lethbridge

Extreme by Nature: Reptiles & Amphibians at the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. Do you love frogs, salamander­s, snakes & turtles? So do we. Meet Dr. Arianna Kuhn from the University of Lethbridge & discover some of our local reptile & amphibian species. It goes 1:30pm – 3:30 p.m. for ages 11-15.­S11-15WEB

September 11-Taber

BACKYARD BBQ COMPETITIO­N: secondever Backyard BBQ Competitio­n was last held in 2019. This year it goes in Confederat­ion Park with an 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - Competitor check-in; 12:00 p.m. - all competitor­s must be set up; 1:00 p.m. - DJ starts music; 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. - Bouncy castle, Taber Public Library games, and face painters; 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. Live music starts; 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. (or until we sell out) - $5 pulled pork dinner (all proceeds go towards Taber Charity Auction); 4:00 p.m. - Ribs ready for judging; 5:30 p.m. - Awards; 8:00 p.m. - Wrap-up. This will be a licensed event. Liquor sales will take place on the grounds. No outside liquor permitted.

September 18-Lethbridge

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://lethbridge­

September 18-Lethbridge 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 britt@freshstart­ #RecoveryLi­vesHere

September 26-Lethbridge

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.

October 6-7-Lethbridge

At Exhibition Park Lethbridge will be the Alberta Livestock Expo. Alberta’s number one trade show specifical­ly for livestock producers and suppliers.

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