Slow Leaves is the project of Winnipeg’s Grant Davidson. His music calls to mind an old country-folk record newly discovered in your parent’s attic. winner of the JUNO Master Class 2015
Mother’s Day Tea & Pampering May 10
Learn how to make personal care items to take home on Wednesday, May 10 from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm. The cost is $25 per person, and tea and snacks will be provided.
This will be held at the Chuck MacLean Arts Centre, 4809 – 52 Street, Camrose.
To register, or for more information, call 780.672.9949.
May 13, 2017 – Opening Day for the Camrose Historic Railway Station & Park. Purchase delicious homemade cookies and beverages & find treasures in the White Elephant gift shop today and every Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm from Saturday of the May long weekend until Saturday of the August long weekend. Artists and Photographers welcome. Take a self guided or guided tour of the 13 Heritage gardens and/or exhibits in the Station and other historic buildings. Be sure to visit our extensive track car collection. Children can ride on the Percy-like train and play in the Children’s Secret garden. Visit the Garden Railway a magnet for people of all ages and watch the G-scale trains as they travel around the historic building replicas in the Garden Railway. Web: canadiannorthern.ca
Be part of Canada 150 and run with 150 runners at the same time!
What is Ole’s Spring Run Off?
Located in the beautiful city of Camrose, the route takes you through a scenic run or walk into the valley using the trail system.
The start is at Stoney Creek Centre, east on 39 Ave toward the ski hill.
The 8km course has one somewhat challenging hill, which comes at about 4.5 km into the race.
The 3km race has no hills – a very flat course!
8 km – 3- km – kids 1 km
Free Ole’s T-Shirt for first 150 registered for kids run
Register Race Day before 9 am or online at camroserunning.ca
Registration begins at 10:00 am outside the Bill Fowler Centre, the 2.2km walk/run starts at 10:30am. The Camrose Police Services will be running with the Flame of Hope! Join our Camrose athletes and Camrose First Responders in some fun! BBQ to follow. Pledge sheets are available for all those who wish to participate. To register online or just pledge an athlete go to: https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/startup.aspx?eventid=222339 or email: email@example.com for more information. Anyone who raises $50.00 or more will receive a 2017 Medicine Hat Leg t-shirt.
Donations of $25.00 or more will receive a tax receipt. Special Olympics Camrose has 34 athletes and 11 volunteers attending the Provincial Summer Games in Medicine Hat July 7-9, 2017, so lets help raise some funds for this great event!
Syttende Mai – is Norway’s national holiday! But Norwegians are happy to share their holiday, so we include all Scandinavians, and Scandinavian-wannabes on this trip in our beautiful vintage car. Your favourite Scandinavian dishes along with Norwegian stories and music await you at lunch in Forestburg.
Cost of Ticket includes lunch.
Depart from Kelsey at 10:30 am Return from Forestburg at 3:30 pm.
The amazing voice that captivated Camrose last season with the “Piano Man”
Jim and his band return with their new show to weave you through the 60’s through the iconic music of Simon and Garfunkel. Hear such favorites as America, Sound of Silence, Bye Bye Love, Mrs Robinson and many more!