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Community Calendar

If your community organization has an event coming up and want the public to know, please send an email to experiencemedicinehat@gmail.com to let us know. Include a contact name and number as well as all details. We will add your information to this page free of charge as a community service.

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September 2014

1

Riverside Veterans’ Memorial Park
First Street S.E.
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Labour Day BBQ:

The Medicine Hat & District Labour Council will hold its annual Labour Day BBQ for unemployed and under-employed citizens and their families. There will be free hot dogs, hamburgers, potato chips, ice-cream, and pop.

Free

Information email: eabeier@hotmail.com

September 1 – November 30

Medalta Potteries
713 Medalta Ave S.E.
Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Spoon Me!

Medalta International Spoon Show: This year, we are exhibiting 125 interpretations of the spoon narrowed down from nearly 290 entries which came to us from 10 countries. In Canada we received entries from 8 provinces and 1 territory. What a great response! Thank you to all of the artists who entered.

Admission
Adult: $12
Senior:$10
Youth:$10
Children (5 and under): FREE

Information call: 403.529.1070

3 & 17

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Purl Jam

The New Tween/Teen Stitching night
Calling all tweens and teens, stitchers, beginners, and those who would like to learn some stitching skills! Refreshments provided. For ages 10 -18

Free

Information call: 403.502.8537

4, 11, 18, 25

Medalta Potteries
713 Medalta Ave S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
4:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

THE MARKET AT MEDALTA

If you’re looking for fresh, locally-produced goods, the Market @ Medalta is a great place to visit. Located in Medalta’s Reception Gallery, this year-round market is a great addition to all of our exciting events.

In addition to the locally-produced product you can buy (which includes honey, soap, meat, coffee, knitted clothes and more), fresh food and a cash bar will also be available! the goal is to make it a great, fun place for people to visit while supporting our local producers.

Free

Information call 403.529.1070

4 & 18

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Stitching in the Library

The Library’s Knitting, Crocheting and Stitching Club:
Calling all knitters, crocheters, needle workers and those who would like to learn some stitching skills! Bring along a project that you’re working on or would like to start.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

4 & 18

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
2:00 p.m

Thursday Afternoon Classic Films

Enjoy a classic movie followed by afternoon tea courtesy of Meadowlands

Free

Information call: 403.502.8526

4 & 18

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
2:00 p.m.

Thursday Afternoon Classic Films:

Enjoy a classic movie followed by afternoon tea courtesy of Meadowlands.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

6, 13, 20, 27

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
2:00 p.m.

Saturday Matinees:

For more information about the free movies being shown at the Medicine Hat Public Library, please visit www.mhpl.info or phone 403-502-8525.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

7

Police Point Park
Police Point Drive N.E.
Noon – 3:00 p.m..

Step N’ Stride Walk

The Step N’ Stride walk is a family afternoon of fun.  Everyone is welcome and people are encouraged to bring their dogs; we will provide water and treats for all the dogs.  We will start our afternoon with pizza from Panago and coffee, doughnuts and muffins will be provided from Tim Horton’s.  After the walk we will have a sidewalk chalk art competition and will also have bubbles for the children to play with. 

Online registration is available on the Parkinson Alberta website; registration is $50
www.parkinsonalberta.ca

Information call: 403.526.5521

9

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
2:00 p.m.

Inspirational Fiction Book Club:

Lovers of Inspirational Fiction authors like Wanda E Brunstetter and Tim LeHaye are invited to our new Inspirational Fiction Book Club. This relaxed ‘read what you like’ club will meet every second month to enjoy refreshments, share what we are currently reading, talk about favourite authors, and get insider’s information on new and upcoming releases.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

9, 16, 23, & 30

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
10:30 am.

Family Story TimeBABIES & ONES STORY TIMES

for 18 months through 36 months of age and their parent or caregiver. Enjoy stories and action verses, as well as songs, rhymes and tickles. Registration is required. Session runs for six weeks.

Free
Please drop in! Information call: 403.502.8526 www.mhpl.info

11, 18, & 25

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
10:30 am.

Family Story TimeTODDLER STORY TIMES

for 18 months through 36 months of age and their parent or caregiver. Enjoy stories and action verses, as well as songs, rhymes and tickles. Registration is required. Session runs for six weeks.

Free
Please drop in! Information call: 403.502.8526 www.mhpl.info

11 & 25

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
7:00 p.m

Thursday Night Flicks

For more information about the free movies being shown at the Medicine Hat Public Library, please visit www.mhpl.info or phone 403-502-8525.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8526

12

Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
401 First Street S.E.
7:00 p.m.

Summer Send Off

Send off summer with a party at the Esplanade with Gin Blossoms, Mahoney & Taking August.

Tickets
$15.00 + S/C, GST

Information call: 403.502.8777

14 - 20

MEDICINE HAT PRIDE WEEK & 3rd Annual Festival MEDICINE HAT PRIDE WEEK &
3rd Annual Festival

SEPTEMBER 14 - Medicne Hat Pride Golf Fun Day
Paradise Valley Golf Course | 1:00pm - Pre-event Patio Fun | 2:00pm - Tee Time
9 Holes | Best Ball Format | $14/person | Club Rentals $10 | BBQ TO FOLLOW!

LGBT Movie Night
Details to be confirmed

SEPTEMBER 20 - Medicine Hat's 3rd Annual Pride Festival
September 20, 2014 | Riverside Veteran's Memorial Park | 12pm-5pm

SEPTEMBER 20 - THE RAINBOW BALL
16+ Pride Dance | Medicine Hat Legion - Ortona Room | 9pm-3am | $10 Cover Charge

14

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
2:00 p.m.

NFB Film Club

Shameless Propaganda (documentary) - Filmmaker Robert Lower watched the films produced by the NFB up until 1945 and distilled the essence of their message to Canadians. What he finds is entertaining and disturbing.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

14

Paradise Valley Golf Course
90 Gehring Road S.W.
1:00 p.m.

Medicine Hat Pride Golf Fun Day

1:00 p.m. Pre-event Patio Fun
2:00 p.m. Tee Time
BBQ to follow!

Cost
9 Holes
$14/person
$10 Club Rental

Information email:info@medicinehatpride.ca

15

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Summer Tween Nights:

Create Your Own Gock! (Goth Sock Puppet): Use your imagination and create your own Goth Sock Puppet.  Bring one or two NEW socks.  Drinks and munchies provided.  For ages 10-12

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

17

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
7:00 p.m.

Local Authors Open Mic

Are you a writer of short stories, novels, poetry or nonfiction? This is your chance to share a sample of your work in a supportive setting. Join other local authors and readers for an evening of short readings in a coffeehouse setting. Each reading will be limited to six minutes and must be suitable for a public audience.

Free

Information call: 403.977-1378

18

Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
401 First Street S.E.
6:30 p.m.

Imagination Movers

From Disney JR comes the massively popular show Imagination Movers. Also ranked as one of the most well-attended family concerts, the blue-jumpsuit-clad boys are currently riding out a wave of success from their latest CD/DVD, Rock-O-Matic, containing dance-hall-ready songs like the ska-inspired “Everybody Sing” and “Dear Old Dad.” The Movers sing about messy rooms, healthy snacks, sibling rivalry and other topics that relate to being a little kid. Their musical style, however, would sound right at home on a weekly MTV countdown. Join Rich Collins, Scott Durbin, Dave Poche and Scott “Smitty” Smith this March at the ESPLANADE!

Tickets
$29.50 +S/C, GST

Information call: 403.502.8777

19

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
7:00 p.m.

Tic-Tac presents

Video gaming Night
SSBB Tournament (bring your own controller), Just Dance 2, Mario Kart 8 for Wii U, Rock Band 2 and Super Mario Bros. 2. Plenty of munchies. Costume contest.
For all 13 – 18 year old teens

Free

Information call: 403.502.8537

21

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
2:00 p.m.

Thursday Afternoon Classic Films:

Enjoy a classic movie followed by afternoon tea courtesy of Meadowlands.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

21

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
2:00 p.m.

Family Violence

A Human Library Book of the Month Program: Family violence is a major problem in our society. An author and survivor of family violence and sexual abuse will discuss how she and her children were affected.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

21

Police Point Park Nature Centre
12:00 - 4:00 pm

Fall Festival in the Park

Lots of great family fun!  Live music, contests, games, nature crafts, build a scarecrow.

Free

Information call: 529.6225

22

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Budgeting for Beginners

Budgeting is something that everyone should do but how does a person get started? Learn the art of balancing your money with your expenses along with money-saving tips and pitfalls to avoid.

Free
Registration Required

Information and registration call: Karen-Ann 403.504.1811 extension 101

24

Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
401 First Street S.E.
8:00 p.m.

Airbourne

The ultimate metal band from Australia

Tickets 
$24.00 + S/C, GST

Information call: 403.502.8777

24

Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
401 First Street S.E.
7:30 p.m.

Steve Patterson

Perhaps most recognized as host of CBC Radio’s “The Debaters”, it is as an international headline stand-up comedian where Steve Patterson truly shines. His hallmark gift for capturing a funny turn of phrase and reputation for rendering his audience helpless with laughter, has taken Patterson to stages around the world, but also to perform regularly at Just For Laughs as a feature guest at their prestigious televised festival galas.

Tickets 
$40.00 + S/C, GST

Information call: 403.502.8777

24

Police Point Park Nature Centre
Police Point Drive N.E.
2:00 p.m.

Berries on the Prairies

Autumn is berry harvest time, but some of our shrubs produce berries that are not edible, for us! Will be focusing on traditional native uses of our wild berries and how they are used now

Free

Information call: 403.529.6225

24

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Law at the Library: Your Legal Toolkit:

An Enduring Power of Attorney, a Personal Directive and a Will: these are important elements of a legal toolkit that everyone should have. Learn more about these legal tools and what is involved in acquiring them. Host: Cameron J. Kemp Law Office

Free
Registration Required

Information and registration call:
403.529.3844

26-28

Alberta Culture Days

In 2013, thousands of Albertans discovered, experienced and celebrated our arts, heritage, cultural diversity and provincial pride with over 1,450 events in communities across the province. Alberta Culture Days 2014, September 26 to 28, will continue to showcase the province's arts, multicultural, heritage and nonprofit/voluntary organizations; creative industries and individual artists, while encouraging all Albertans to discover the important contributions of culture to a prosperous, vibrant society.

Free

Information visit:
http://culture.alberta.ca/culturedays/

26

Downtown Medicine Hat
7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Downtown Medicine Hat Art Walk

Head Downtown for a fun filled event for the whole family. Local art galleries and cafes will be open for the Downtown Medicine Hat Art Walk. There will be live music, refreshments and other activities to compliment the wonderful art galleries located in the heart of our city.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8793

27

Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
401 First Street S.E.
7:30 p.m.

Mick Foley

He’s a three-time WWE champion, a hardcore legend and a member of the WWE Hall of Fame. Now, Mick Foley is unleashing the same trademark blend of wit and wisdom, wildness and warmth that made his books so beloved (five self-penned New York Times best-sellers) into his one-man spoken-word stage show, “Tales From Wrestling Past”. 

Tickets 
$26.30 + S/C, GST

Information call: 403.502.8777

27

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
2:00 p.m.

Minion Crafts

Make crafts inspired by the Despicable Me Minions. Ages 7-9

Free
Registration Required

Information and registration call: 403.502.8526

28

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
2:00 p.m

Prairie Tales 16 (film)

Celebrate Alberta Culture Days with Prairie Tales 16, the latest compilation of an annual collection of short films and videos made by Alberta artists.

Free

Information and registration call: 403.502.8526

30

Medicine Hat Chamber of Commerce Board Room
413 6th Avenue S.E.
1:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Autism in the Family Presentation

Social Strategies for Autistics

Cost
$10.00 per person

Information call:
403.928.6638
dianemacnaughton2@gmail.com

 

Notices

 

Second Thursday of each month

Saamis Funeral Home site (the middle building on the lot)  
Medicine Hat AB
7:00 p.m.

The Compassionate Friends (TCF)

TCF is an international, non-profit, non-denominational, self-help organization for parents who have experienced the deat of a child at any age, from any cause.

TCF offers friendship, understanding, grief education but most of all HOPE for the future to all bereaved parents. Monthly Sharing Meetings offer a safe place for parents to share openly, their thoughts and feelings with others who are on the same painful journey.

The Medicine Hat Chapter of TCF meets on the second Thursday of each month at the Saamis Funeral Home site (the middle building on the lot) at 7:00 p.m. This year, for the first time, we will be meeting in July and August as well. Could you please add this to the Community Events Calendar.

On June 13th of this year is our annual Balloon Release. This is a time when we gather and release balloons with messages to our children attached to them. We meet at Heights Baptist Church (1250 Division Ave. S) at 7:00 p.m. We prepare our balloons then walk down to the little cairn and release our balloons (as a group). We then meet back at the Church for refreshments.

If you require further information please contact Donna Rodin at 403-528-9481

September

Lifetree CafeHillcrest Church Coffee House
3785 - 13 ave. SE  
Medicine Hat AB
7 to 8 pm every Wednesday

 

Lifetree Café

Lifetree Café is an hour of stories and conversation to feed your soul. This is a free event every week, a different topic is presented.

Lifetree Cafe is a conversation cafe (guided by a host) - we talk about different issues each week in a respectful, honest atmosphere. You or someone you know may be interested in these topics - why not grab a friend & come along for the hour. Every Wednesday evening at Hillcrest Church .

PLEASE NOTE: this is not a church service nor a Bible study - it's a one hour dialogue about specific issues. This is an open group - we welcome all people - just as you are, with your thoughts & your doubts!

Lifetree Café Explores the Tension Between Science and Religion

Week of Aug 31 - Simplify Your Life

Week of Sept 7 - Sniff out a Scam

Week of Sept 14 - What Your Atheist Friend Wants You to Know

Week of Sept 21 - Sign Here ....

For further information contact Robin at 403.526.4010

Please visit our website at www.lifetreecafe.com

The Paperback Exchange at the Library

The Paperback Exchange: The Paperback Exchange provides the public with carefree summer reading. Bring adult and young adult fiction paperbacks that you don’t want any more to the library and exchange them for paperbacks that others have donated. No library card required and no due dates for the books. Repeat as often as you’d like throughout the summer.

Free

For information call: Medicine Hat Library 403.502.8526 or visit www.mhpl.info

NEW VIDEO GAMES AT THE LIBRARY

Starting March 1, 2014 the Library will be loaning children’s video games (rated E or E10) for the following consoles: X-Box 360, X-Box One, PS3, PS4, Wii, Wii-U, and Nintendo DS.

You must have a valid library card to borrow these games.

For information call: Medicine Hat Library Children’s Services 403.502.8526 or visit www.mhpl.info

Ecole Les Cypres Francophone School
945 1st Avenue SE, Medicine Hat
Play Group

For children newborn to age 5 with parents or caregiver
Play group runs every second and fourth Wednesday until June, 2014
Parents do not need to speak French
Play Group is FREE and snacks are provided
For more information contact Marie-Anna Stephens at 403.526.3676
Everyone is welcome!

Miywasin Centre

Ongoing Event at Miywasin Centre - every Wednesdays night from 6:00 - 7:00 pm

Miywasin Centre Adult Jigging Class

Come on down and enjoy free jigging classes. Get fit have, have fun, meet new friends. Everyone welcome! 

Wednesdays 6:00 - 7:00pm at the Miywasin Centre 517-3st SE.

For more information call (403) 526-0756 or visit their website at Miywasin.ab.ca

Medalta

Medalta has a fabulous newsletter that is produced in-house with the amazing array of activities and events.... please visit their email newsletter site as it is packed full of things for you to do!

Every Thursday from 4:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Medicine Hat’s only year-round event connecting local vendors to the community. It has quickly grown into one of Medicine Hat’s most popular weekly events with hundreds of visitors coming each week for dinner (including wood-fired pizza, waffles, ribs and more) and great local product (including sausage, bacon, produce, bread). If you’re looking for fresh, locally-produced goods, the Market @ Medalta is a great place to visit. Located in Medalta’s Reception Gallery, this year-round market is a great addition to all of our exciting events.

In addition to the locally-produced product you can buy (which includes honey, soap, meat, coffee, knitted clothes and more), fresh food and a cash bar will also be available! Our goal is to make it a great, fun place for people to visit while supporting our local producers.

So come down on Thursdays for dinner and take something home that was produced in our community

 

Veiner Centre

 

Senior Services are set to resume many of their services out of Strathcona Centre (1150 5 St SE) in September

For more information on all upcoming sessions call 403-529-8383.

 

Esplanade

 

Medicine Hat’s War, 1914-1918
Esplanade Museum
AUGUST 4, 2014– APRIL 12, 2015

Its military heritage is an important part of Medicine Hat’s identity. One of the explanations of our Alberta city’s unique name is that it derives from a battle between neighbouring First Nations during which a Shaman, or “Medicine Man,” lost his headdress. During the 1885 upheaval involving Louis Riel, a troop of Nova Scotia volunteers was stationed here to guard the newly created railroad bridge across the South Saskatchewan River, and a Home Guard was formed to protect the infant community. Local men volunteered during the Boer War and significant numbers, including nurses, volunteered for service during the First World War. Men and women from Medicine Hat again served during the Second World War and in 1941 a military testing facility was created at nearby Suffield which continues to operate to this day. Medicine Hat’s sons and daughters also served in Korea and in Canada’s overseas commitments ever since.
The Esplanade Museum and the Esplanade Archives have created an exhibit to commemorate the centennial of First World War. The staff are receiving invaluable assistance from volunteers who are members of the local Robertson Memorial Branch #17 of the Royal Canadian Legion and members of the Royal United Services Institute of Medicine Hat. They have been engaged in a variety of tasks including research, design and program development, but perhaps their biggest contribution has been to serve as a sort of “internal focus group.” Their suggestions, observations and comments have been critical to the evolution of the exhibit.
“Medicine Hat’s War 1914-1918” will open on Monday, August 4, 2014 the actual centenary of Britain’s, and therefore at the time Canada’s, declaration of war. Appropriately, it is also Heritage Day in Alberta. The exhibit will be available for public viewing until April 12, 2015, another significant day in Canada’s military history. The Esplanade Museum is located in downtown Medicine Hat. The public, CFB Suffield employees, members of BATUS and Legion members from across the country, their families and friends, and anyone who had an ancestor who served during the First World War are welcome to join us at the Opening or during the time the exhibit is available.

Portraits of the Great War
Esplanade Archives Vignette
AUGUST 20 – NOVEMBER 3, 2014

As men and women received their uniforms, many sought out, or were enticed by, photographers who captured their images in service attire.   Some wanted to ensure new loves did not forget them while they were overseas.  Some wanted to ensure family had a visual remembrance if they did not return. Through a small selection of portraits of those who served in the Frist World War, capture a glimpse of the love, pride, strength, friendship, and occasional humour of men and women from Medicine Hat who served.

Jason Baerg Returning
Esplanade Art Gallery
AUGUST 23, 2014 - OCTOBER 4, 2014

Cree Métis artist Jason Baerg combines painting, an ancient means of human art-making, with the most contemporary, computer-generated video, in two recent works, Relations and Nomadic Bounce.
In Relations the combination of 13 circular paintings with a video projection is a fitting means for Baerg to explore Indigenous notions of time through the many prophecies echoing from different cultures, such as the Cree, Hopi, Mayan and Tibetan; as well as relationships we have with the Sun, the Moon, the Earth and ourselves.
Born in Sarnia, Ontario, Baerg was raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and travels widely for his artistic practice. This roaming lifestyle generated Nomadic Bounce, which Baerg describes as “running to and from everything we love and hate at the same time; from place, from people, returning to the same place and same people.” Each time Baerg installs this large scale set of laser-cut and stretched paintings with video, he creates a new arrangement based on his experience of each new location.
Jason Baerg received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University and a Graduate Certificate in New Digital Media from George Brown College. He won the Emerging Artist Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Arts (Ontario) in 2008. He has presented his work in many solo and group exhibitions and art events in Australia, Europe and North America. His work has been supported by grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council, and is held in many public and corporate collections internationally.

 

Rory Mahony L O O P
Esplanade Art Gallery
AUGUST 23, 2014 - OCTOBER 4, 2014

Rory Mahony’s L O O P is a mesmerizing and poetic yet wryly humorous exhibition of photographs and multi-channel video projections with sound. Mahony has been deeply engaged with photographic portraiture throughout his artistic career, and in this new work presents moving portraits which are mirrored, layered, and mutable, to create an allusive – and elusive – amalgam of impressions for the viewer. Mahony has recorded his human subjects performing in a studio, as well as engaged in everyday, mundane tasks indoors and outside, and in the natural world. People interact with mirrors, with each other, and also with avian, canine and insect representatives of the natural world. In fact, the immersive video installation Thursday’s Child, is as much a portrait of a complex ‘companion society’ of ravens he encountered on the west coast in 2005, as it is of his human subjects. As Mahony comments, “part of the fun is our shared biped-ism” and throughout, he leavens seriousness with the wit of the jester, inverting his images, tipping the world on its side, and animating whimsical, cartoon-like drawings overtop of video.
Rory Mahony has exhibited his work throughout Alberta, in British Columbia, Ontario and Saskatchewan, as well as Buffalo, New York, since 1994. His artistic practice has been supported by grants from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council. He received a Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Victoria and a Master of Fine Art from the University of Guelph. He lives and works in Medicine Hat, Alberta, where he recently retired from the faculty of Visual Communications, Medicine Hat College, after being awarded the 2013 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development’s Teaching Excellence Award from the University of Texas and 2013 Medicine Hat College Instructor of the Year.

Esplanade Art Classes Fall 2014
Esplanauts

8 week program in the Discovery Centre
Saturdays: October 4 – November 29
(No class on October 11)
Class Times
Ages 6-8: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Ages 9-12: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Members: $90.00
Non – Members: $100.00

Sensory Art Exploration for Tots and Parents
8 week program for 2-3 year olds and their parents
Thursdays: September 25 – November 13
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Members: $75.00
Non – Members: $85.00

Sensory Art Exploration for Preschoolers
8 week program for 4-5 year olds. Parents are welcome to stay or drop off their preschooler.
Tuesdays: September 30 – December 2
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Members: $75.00
Non – Members: $85.00

 

Police Point Park Nature Centre

POLICE POINT PARK NATURE CENTRE

MEDICINE HAT INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

Managed by the Grassland Naturalists
      Police Point Park Nature Centre
Open Tuesday - Sunday - 9am to 5pm daily (Except Mondays & Holidays)


NATURE CENTRE GIFT SHOP

Are you interested in showing and selling your unique art? We are looking for local artists and crafters for 2014. Please call the Nature Line at 403.529.6225 for information.

WANTED: People with a few hours to spare

The Nature Centre is always in need of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the Police Point Nature Centre. For more information on upcoming events call the Nature Line 403.529.6225 or visit our website www.natureline.info or be a friend on Facebook: Police Point Park.

 

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