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News from the Valley Neighbours' Club

The Tommy Hunter show is a cancel. There was not enough interest, which seems a shame as it is supposed to be his farewell tour; he’s been round for a long time. Richard’s “Sheriff” show was well received on Thursday afternoon.
Children's creativity needed to bedazzle charity

Children's creativity needed to bedazzle charity

When in need of a fresh infusion of enthusiasm and creativity go to the children.
Children bring songs and stories from the heart

Children bring songs and stories from the heart

Uganda’s Watoto Children’s Choir is a marvel, even more so when one considers the youngsters have been through great tragedy yet they sing with infectious joy and enthusiasm.
Library resisting the forces of censorship

Library resisting the forces of censorship

Okotoks Public Library director Tessa Nettleton doesn’t sit on the fence when it comes to the issue of censorship.
Canadian duo loving life in Texas

Canadian duo loving life in Texas

An unconventional musical duo may live in Texas but there is rarely a vacancy at a Twilight Hotel show back in Canada.

Longview Library looking for volunteers

Volunteers are still needed to help Joan in the library. It would mean as little as an hour every week or every second week and it would be fun work if you are fond of books and like being around them. Give her a call if you can help at 403-558-3927.
Foothills artist offers layers of discovery

Foothills artist offers layers of discovery

Edith VanderKloot works with slate and she is quite particular about the rock she selects for her work. However, she is not a contractor, but a foothills artist who draws and paints on slate to tell the story she saw in the stone.

Library celebrates families during February

Once again, during the month of February all family Okotoks Public Library (OPL) accounts purchased or renewed will be given two years for the price of one. For $20, families will be able to borrow print and non-print materials until February 2013.

Valentine's Day fundraiser shows lots of heart

Two Bragg Creek community groups are celebrating Valentine’s Day to ensure local seniors have a chance to stay in the community they love.

News from the Valley Neighbours' Club

The annual general meeting was held on Jan. 27, following a delicious potluck lunch. We have a new secretary, Carol Gibson; a new treasurer, Bev Goble; and one new director, Philip Pack.