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January 19th to 25th Events Listings

January, 2017

MIXED MEDIA ART CLASSES—January 19th is the last day to register for Mixed Media Intro and Advanced classes that start January 26th. If you want to learn how to use acrylic, make a collage or perfect your skills in this unique art form, register soon.

Where: Painting Studio, St. Albert Place, 5 St. Anne Street

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JOHN REID MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT—From January 19th to 22nd, the 39th Annual John Reid Bantam AAA Hockey Tournament will be in St. Albert. Teams from across Canada and the US will take part in this tournament that now commemorates John Reid, a coach for the St. Albert Sabres, who passed away from cancer in 2004.

Where: Servus Place, 400 Campbell Road, and Akinsdale Arena, 66 Hebert Road

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PRE-K/KINDERGARTEN EXPO—On January 19th, parents of children reaching the preschool age will have a chance to see what Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools has to offer. There will be sessions for parents to learn how to prepare their children for entering the school system. Free childcare and parking.

Where: St. Albert Catholic High School, 33 Malmo Avenue

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BARRY ALLEN & THE NEW REBELS—On January 21st, Barry Allen will sing old favourites and new hits with his New Rebels. An Edmonton-born musician, Allen has multiple Maple Awards and earned a No.1 hit record in 1966. They’ll play hits such as “Easy Come, Easy Go” and “It’s Alright” along with songs from their upcoming album The Speed of Dark.

Where: Arden Theatre, 5 St. Anne Street

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1867 REBELLION & CONFEDERATION—From January 24th to March 26th, the Musée Héritage Museum

“The Burning of Parliament in Montreal” oil on wood by Joseph Legare ©McCord Museum / M11588

presents an exhibition in honour of Canada’s 150th Birthday. This is a travelling exhibition developed by the Canadian Museum of History, and it explores the route to nationhood taken by a society in transition and by the

people who fought, negotiated and made compromises to forge a more peaceful union.

Where: Musée Héritage Museum, 5 St. Anne Street

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ALBERTA SCOTTIES TOURNAMENT OF HEARTS—From January 25th to 29th, Jiffy Lube hosts the annual Alberta Scotties Tournament. This year 12 curling teams will compete for advancement to the Canada Scotties Tournament held in St. Catherines, Ontairo.

Complete tournament packages are available on-line or at the door for one day only—January 25th.

Where: St. Albert Curling Club, 3 Tache Street

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