Thursday, September 30
The Canadian Federation of University Women
Celebrate 30 Years in Cranbrook
Special presentation, Guest speaker Ghada Alatrash
Starting at 7pm, Manual Training Centre
Middleton at Key City Theatre
The fold musical 'Middleton'
Starts at 7:30pm, Key City Theatre
Tickets are $20 adults, $18 students
Tickets available at KCT box office
Friday, September 21
Stenhouse at the Casino
Mike Stenhouse will be the featured performer
in the weekend showcase at the St. Eugene Mission Casino
Saturday, September 22
United Way's Friendship Festival
From noon to 6pm, Rotary Park
Activities for all ages including Battle of the Bands,
arts and crafts, face-painting, a silent auction.
For more information contact email@example.com
Cranbrook Community Theatre Workshop
Today and Sunday from 10am - 4pm at the Stage Door.
Actors Workshop showing participants how to create a character
To register email Terry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
250-432-0047. The workshop fee is $20
Catholic Parishes Bazaar
The annual Catholic Parishes Bazaar will be held
in St. Mary's School gym on 5th St. South from Noon to 3pm
There will be home baking, jellies, produce and sewing for sale.
As well there will be an afternoon tea of sandwiches and sweets for $5.
Rails to Trails Exhibition
Opening reception this afternoon from 1pm - 4pm
for the Key City Gallery's opening exhibition "Rails to Trails".
The show continues to October 15 and can be viewed between
10am - 4pm Mondays to Friday and 11am - 3pm on Saturdays.
Seniors' Social Dance
A Social Dance will be held at the Cranbrook Seniors Hall
on 2nd Street South starting at 7pm. You are invited to come and dance to
music of the Don Davies Quartet. Refreshments will be served.
Admission is $10. For more information call 250-489-2720
Sunday, September 23
Kidney Foundation Golf Tourney
Takes place at Mission Hills Golf Course today.
The shotgun start is noon. The entry fee is $45 and includes
18 holes of golf dinner and prizes.
Wednesday, September 26
The Annual Fall Book Sale of the Friends of the Cranbrook Public Library
and the Sunrise Rotary will be held in the Tembec Gym today through
Sunday, September 30. The doors open at 9:30 and close at 6pm. Friday and
Saturday doors stay open until 9pm.
Donations are still being accepted
Please call Marilyn for more information at 250-489-6254
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