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What's on tap this weekend

Foothills entertainment guide for first weekend of October

Canyon helping health foundation

Okotoks area George Canyon and fellow country music artist Aaron Pritchett will perform three concerts at the Sunset Drive-in in High River on Friday.

The pair will perform at 6 p.m., 8 p.m, and 10 p.m. with the high-quality sound being sent via FM on car radios and stereos.

Proceeds from the concerts are going to the High River and District Health Care Foundation.

For more information about the Big Screen Harvest Party and auction click here.

 

Locked up mayor, morning man united

Mayor Bill Robertson and Logan Coutts of The Eagle 100.9 will be “locked up” in the back of a pick-up truck at Hub Town Brewing on Oct. 3 to collect donations for the Okotoks United Way.

Robertson is putting up $100 of his own money and issued a challenge to other municipal councillors to match his donation.

United Way in Okotoks supports organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters, Christ the Redeemer and Foothills School Divisions through their connections and outreach school programs, the Foothills Children’s Wellness Network, Foothills Fetal Alcohol Society, the Inclusion Foothills Association, Rowan House Emergency Shelter’s community-based preventative education programs, and new this year, McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association.

 

Rotary club revved up

The Rotary Club of Okotoks hosts the Revved/Up Rotary Roundup on Oct. 3, a scavenger hunt to raise funds for personal protective equipment and other supplies for Okotoks area schools.

The hunt starts at the Okotoks Operations building at 118 North Railway Street. The hunt will have a staggered start for the participants in order to follow COVID-19 protocols.

For more information click here.

 

Elks Farmers' Market continues

The Okotoks Farmers' Market's is such a success that it has extended its season to every Saturday until Oct. 10.

The market runs Oct. 3 from 11 a.m. to  3 p.m. at the Okotoks Elks Hall on Elizabeth Street.

For more information click here.

 

Turkey delight

The annual Davisburg Turkey Supper continues to be a popular event.

The supper with all the trimmings will go Sunday from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Davisburg Community Hall.

It is a tailgate or takeout affair in order to respect COVID-19 protocols.

However, the event is sold out.

 




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