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The Goats hosting Gunner and Smith at the Mann Art Gallery

Gunner and Smith - A sound that easily defied their original "alt-country" tag. Now carrying a fuller and harder-hitting sound, the group began to pay greater attention to pop flourishes in addition to taking on more diverse influences such as psychedelia.
more on their upcoming album.

Roller Derby Road Trip

Wondering what to do next Saturday April 26?

Look at this - for only $35 you get a chauffeur-driven coach bus to Swift Current with the NorSask Diefen-Break-Hers Roller Derby team and a ticket to watch us play against the Redneck Betties!! Now that's what we call value for money! We'll be coming back the same night.

Meath Park Community Church Sunday Morning Worship Service
10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Tuesday evening Prayer Service
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

3rd sunday of the month is potluck lunch (May 18)

Everyone Welcome
more info - please contact James 306-929-3489

Ladies Night Out
May 14th 2014 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Potluck supper, guest speaker -(yet to confirm) please rsvp
Viki 306-929-2910 Nannette 306-929-3489
$10.00 per person

Aurora Art Show and Sale

TITLE: Disaster Management Program Assistant
START DATE: May 12, 2014 – August 23, 2014
SUPERVISOR: Kim MacLean, Provincial Lead Disaster Management
SALARY: $14.00/hour

JOB SUMMARY:
Provides administrative and program support in the Saskatchewan Disaster Management program operations. Acts as an administrative support during major responses and participates in delivery of services during response. Participates in a teamwork environment to create an atmosphere of professional cooperation between all personnel.
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Diva for a Day
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Diva for a Day Golf Tournament is taking place Friday May 23rd at Cooke Golf Course
  • Hurray and Register your Team Today Only 5 Team Spots Remain !!!
  • Guest Celebrity : Brad Johner
  • Diva themed Holes
  • -Yoga, PartyLight, Eyelash Lounge, Scentsy, Epicure, Park Lane Jewelry, Lia Sophia, Plus Many More
  • $500.00 Per Team / $215.00 Per Golfer
  • 11 Hole Tournament 22 Team Limit !!

Community Networking Coalition Gathering and Information Exchange will be Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 11:45 am – 1:00 pm at the Arts Center – 1010 Central Ave – 2nd Floor

April Agenda:

PA's  BOB - Best of the Best

paNOW is pleased to introduce the BEST OF THE BEST. We call it The BOBS, and we recognize the city's finest in food and drink, nightlife, entertainment, shopping, mind and body, and more - nearly two hundred winners in all. And then we throw a huge PARTY!

Nominations: April 17 - May 11
Voting: May 15 - June 8
2014 BOB Winners Announced: June 12th
2014 BOB Awards Party: July 9th

Summer Injury Prevention Assistant Coordinator - Saskatchewan
May – Aug 2014 – 35 hours / week
Located out of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

SUMMARY: Assists in promoting, establishes, coordinates and ensures effective delivery of the Red Cross Water Safety and Injury Prevention program.

Lily Plain Hall:
Wed 6 :30 pm is our next Zumba/Yoga class which is $10.00 per week! With the fabulous and awesome. Kelleen Wolfe leading,teaching and inspiring us. We had a blast last week. Join us if you wish. Everyone Welcome!

After this class on Wednesday, you are welcome to stay and make a Vision Board with us! Bring a glue gun and your favorite magazines! If you'd like more info, contact Michelle Wessel McKeaveney!

Fishing for Hope at Montreal Lake
Fishing for Hope at Montreal Lake

MONTREAL LAKE CHILD & FAMILY AGENCY is hosting their 1ST ANNUAL JACKFISH DERBY, “FISHING FOR HOPE” , APRIL 19, 2014
from 11:00am – 6:00PM at Montreal Lake beach.

This is a catch and release event.

Information on Above Poster

Advanced tickets will be sold at the Montreal Lake Child & Family Agency – from all staff. If you would like to purchase tickets after hours, you can reach the following people at these numbers:

Solomon Sanderson: 940-7190

Wanda Nipshank: 960-8528

Below are the times for the Easter masses during this busy Easter season at the Sacred Heart Cathedral as……the renovations in the Sacred Heart Cathedral are complete! It’s so exciting!

 

Serendipity Bra Boutique proudly sponsors Diamonds & Pearls a Night Out for the Girls Art Hauser Centre on May 23, 2014.
5:30 - Cocktails and games
7:00 - Supper (catered by The Loft)
Dance to follow

* Friday, April 18th Friday Open Stage hosted by GRAMBO BROS & their band.

* Saturday, April 19th 6:00pm CONSTANT REMINDER Advance Tickets $25 / $30 at the door. Children under 10 free.
Barbeque and Bar are not included in ticket price. Contact Karen 864-3544 or text 864-7576; text Connie at 940.4070; text
Jackie at 980.6240 or text Karen Cay 864.7122 for Advance Tickets.

* Saturday, Apr 26th, ROCK THE 90’S 8:00pm-1:00am Tickets $20. Purchase tickets at the Clay Oven or online at www.fluteandfiddle.ca

Voting has narrowed down the bands for the CBC Searchlight Competition.

Listen and vote for your favorite bands (up to three per day) at http://m.music.cbc.ca/searchlight/Vote

This weekend at the 25th Annual Saskatchewan Country Music Association (SCMA) Awards Gala and Industry Awards at the Evergreen Convention Centre in Nipawin, the SCMA recognized its 2014 award winners. Saskatoon’s Codie Prevost and WYATT led the way with three awards each: Prevost winning Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and the SCMA Achievement Award; and WYATT taking home Group of the Year, Single of the Year and Video of the Year.

Upcoming Events at John M. Cuelenaere Library
Upcoming Events at John M. Cuelenaere Library
Upcoming Events at John M. Cuelenaere Library
Upcoming Events at John M. Cuelenaere Library
Upcoming Events at John M. Cuelenaere Library

LIVING HEALTHY WHEN BREATHING IS TOUGH
 Come and learn how to effectively manage some of the challenges of living with lung disease.
 Classes are open to anyone with lung disease and/or family members

 

Eight sessions from 3:00 – 4:00 pm in the O.K. Hjertaas Room (upper level) from April 28, 30, May 5,7,12,14,20,21.

Trails of 1885 Four Day Trail Ride
Trails of 1885 Four Day Trail Ride
Trails of 1885 Four Day Trail Ride
Trails of 1885 Four Day Trail Ride
Trails of 1885 Four Day Trail Ride

Four day trailride that goes from Rivers North Ranch at MacDowell to Fort Carlton and through the Nisbet Forest back to the ranch.

You can ride the wagon, take turns on a horse or bring your own horse, whichever you choose.

The Trail Ride is hosted by Rivers North Ranch which provides horses that will be shared for those wishing to ride but do not have their own horse.

We leave Macdowall 2:00 pm Friday, May 16th and return Monday, May 19th 5:00 pm.

You've been waiting for it and now it is time for Spring Fling!

Spring Fling will be Apr 17th at the Prince Albert Golf and Curling Club.

Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door.

There are three awesome djs for one night. Entertainment by Maxwell Music.

Get ready to dance!

Tickets can be purchased at the Prince Albert Golf and Curling Club or at any of the P.A. Co op gas bars.
 

MONDAY, APRIL 14 AT 7:30- J I M M Y R A N K I N – Jimmy Rankin is touring with multi-instrumentalist Jamie Robinson. “It can be a very intimate show where I’m doing ballads, more singer-songwriter stuff and very up-tempo with audience participation and people singing along,” he says.

Community Garden Information Session
Metis Geneology Workshop

The Prince Albert Senior Men’s Golf Club will hold its Annual General Meeting on April 23 at the Prince Albert Golf and Curling Club.

The meeting will take place downstairs from My Place Restaurant in the Cosmo Room at 10 am.

Model Train and Hobby Show will be May 3rd from 9 am until 5 pm, and May 4th from 10 am until 5 pm. It will be held at the Golf and Curling club.
Prices are $10.00 for a family ( max. 6)
Adult ---------$5.00
Student-------$2.00
Pre School---Free with adult accompaniment.

There will be a door prize and possibly other prizes at the Venues.

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