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August 2014

 

May 7, 14, 21, 28

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 17 - Encountering God

Week of Aug 24 - Bouncing Back

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

7, 14, 21, 28

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

1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30

Kin Coulee Park Toboggan Hill
Medicine Hat AB
8:00 p.m. & 10:00 p.m.

The Park After Dark Cinemas:

The Park After Dark is a large outdoor cinema, designed for up to 3000 people.  Each night there will be a double-feature - starting with a family movie, and followed by a teen/adult movie. There will be a selection of food trucks and concessions available for your convenience.

Tickets
$5.00 per person  (2 and under free)

Information call Megan and Nathan Nunweiler
403.977.9138
info@theparkafterdark.ca

1, 8, 15, 22, & 29

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

Pre-school Story TimeDROP - IN PRESCHOOL STORYTIME: 

Parents or adult caregiver(s) are invited to bring their 3 to 6 year olds to drop-in sessions of stories, songs and rhymes on various themes.

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 TimeBABIES & TODDLER 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 TimeBABIES & TODDLER 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

2, 9, 16, 23

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

5-8

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

Crafters:

Mythical Creatures for ages 6-9

Free - Registration Required

Information and registration call: 403.502.8526

2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Cypress Centre
2055 – 21 Ave S.E.
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Medicine Hat Farmers’ Market:

Locally grown produce, local meat processors, homemade baking, crafts, jewelry, coffee, pet treats, lotions and so much more. Showcasing local talent and non-profit groups. There’s something for everyone!

Free

Information call Doreen at 403.527.1234 or visit www.mhstampede.com

August 3- September 1

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

Summer Storywalk

Families and friends of all ages are encourages to join us at the Police Point Park Nature Centre on Sunday August 3 for the opening ceremony of our third Storywalk featuring Ellen Stoll Walsh’s Mouse Paint.  The story trail will open at 2:00 pm with crafts and activities in the Nature Centre until 4:30 pm. 

Free

Information call: 403.529.6225

4

Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
401 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat, AB
2:30 p.m.

Medicine Hat’s War, 1914-1918

Opening Reception: Join us for a short program, ribbon cutting, tour of the exhibition and refreshments.

No charge

Information call: 403.502.8793 www.esplanade.ca

6, 13, 20

600 Block of Third Street S.E.
5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Alive After Five

Alive After Five will take place in Downtown Medicine Hat. Participating business will stay open late with sidewalk sales and great specials. You can take in live street artists, vendors, buskers, live music, a kids zone, food trucks, and much much more!!

Free

Information call: 403.502.8793

5-8

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Creative Kids

Fantastic Fairytales for ages 6-9

Free
Registration Required

Information and registration call: 403.502.8526

7

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

7

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

Green Paddler on the Red Deer River

A presentation by Paula Johanson: Kayaker Paula Johanson, writer for the popular blog Kayak Yak, will talk about her recent trip on the Red Deer River. See the folding inflatable kayak and gear she’s used in the Gulf Islands, Toronto area, and Red Deer River. Learn how to reduce your carbon footprint by getting out on the water.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

10

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

Ladybugs, Ladybugs!

Everybody knows ladybugs. Do you know how many different kinds we have in Alberta?

Free

Information call: 403.529.6225

 

10

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

All Quiet on the Western Front

(classic film; not rated): One of the most powerful anti-war films ever made, this gut-wrenching story concerns a group of friends who join the Army during World War I and are assigned to the Western Front.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

 

11, 18, 25

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

Summer Tween Nights:

August 11 –Recycled Crafts
August 18 – Detective Night
August 25 – Minecraft Night
Drinks and munchies are provides; please drop-in. Ages 10-12

Free

Information call: 403.502.8525

11-15

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Crafters:

Under the Sea for ages 6-9

Free

Information call: 403.502.8526

11-15

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
9:00 a.m. - Noon

Creative Kids

Magical Mayhem
for ages 6-9

Free Registration Required

Information call: 403.502.8526

12

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

Autism Basics -- DSM-V - Explained By Autistics

Cost
$10.00 per person

Information call:
403.928.6638
dianemacnaughton2@gmail.com

14

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

15-17

Police Point Park Nature Centre
Police Point Drive N.E.

SAW 5 Geocaching Weekend

In cooperation with SEARCH (South East Alberta Region Cache Hunters) geocaching club, we present the annuals SAW events. Geocaching is a great way to learn about our community, and this weekend attracts visitors from across western Canada. The wrap up event is always a “Cache In Trash Out” event at Police Point to do some Park care.

Free

Information call: 403.529.6225

18

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

18-22

Medicine Hat Public Library
414 First Street S.E.
Medicine Hat AB
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Preschool Workshop

For ages 4-6 with a parent or caregiver.  This program includes stories, games, and activities.  A parent or other adult caregiver must attend with the child.

Free

Information call: 403.502.8526

19

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

Open Discussion -- Q & A

Cost
$5.00 per person

Information call:
403.928.6638
dianemacnaughton2@gmail.com

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

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

31

Police Point Park Nature Centre
Police Point Drive N.E.

Snakes of Medicine Hat

We have a good variety of snakes, and all of them are important to our ecosystem. How can we understand them and live with them?

Free

Information call: 403.529.6225

all month

First Street S.E.
11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m..

Giant Outdoor Chess Set Open

One of the city's biggest attractions will once again be open for another season. The chess set outside the Medicine Hat Public Library, believed to still be the largest playable chess set in the world, will be running for its ninth season.
New this year at the chess board is the concept of "team chess" in which teams of four play against each other in a game. One person would call out the moves, while two would move the pieces and one acts as a timer. 

Free

Information call: 403.526.5484

 

September 2014

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

 

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

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

 

Alison Norlen: Specter
Esplanade Art Gallery
JUNE 21, 2014 - AUGUST 9, 2014

This new work by Saskatoon artist Alison Norlen, Specter, is a chalk and charcoal drawing on paper of impressive size at 11 feet high x 22 feet wide. The work is grounded in the Medalta factory museum in the Historic Clay District which Norlen toured while in Medicine Hat for her exhibition Glimmer, at the Esplanade Art Gallery in 2010. After starting the drawing in her studio using photographs, Norlen developed the massive drawing on site at Medalta in May. As in Norlen’s previous work, based on steel bridges, piers, amusement park rides and air balloons, the industrial edifice at Medalta may be recognizable, yet it is completely transformed into a structure of memory, dream and fantasy. The drawing’s ruined grandeur is replete with the mesmerizing detail of a ghostly hall and mysterious, decayed machines, creating a subtly hued, palpable atmosphere which is both inviting and uneasy.
Alison Norlen received her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) degree from the University of Manitoba in 1987, and her Master of Fine Arts from Yale University in 1989. Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo, two person and group exhibitions nationally and internationally (the United States, England, The Netherlands, South Korea and Trinidad.) Her work is in private collections in the United States and Canada, and included in public collections of the National Gallery of Canada, and numerous public art galleries, national and provincial arts councils and boards in Canada. Alison has received grants from the Manitoba Arts Council, the Saskatchewan Arts Board, and the Canada Council for the Arts, and has been the recipient of two Canada Council International Artist Residencies, Trinidad in 2002 and Paris in 2013. Alison teaches at the University of Saskatchewan and lives and works in Saskatoon.

Sheridan Bullman and Barbara Mitchell: REHISTORY
Esplanade Art Gallery
JUNE 21, 2014 - AUGUST 9, 2014

Bullman and Mitchell’s mural-sized digital images entice the eye and reward exploration. From afar, their monumental and mysterious geometric forms, rich textures and warm hues are etched by linear precision and punctuated with bold colour. But closer investigation unbalances our perceptions of scale, and reveals clues gesturing towards the images’ original purpose as documentation of the 2011 archeological dig at the Medalta Historical District in Medicine Hat. Subtle tonal recalibration and their presentation with a video work in an architecturally-scaled installation cause the images to transcend their makers’ original intent, achieving a minimalist formal beauty and evoking a sense of wonder tinged with melancholy at the enigma of human history.
Thunder Bay native Barbara Mitchell is an award-winning filmmaker and an education technology specialist at Medicine Hat College, with a diploma in Broadcasting Radio and Television from Confederation College. As a producer, writer and videographer for Stream Media, her work has been exhibited across Canada, at the National Museum of Australia, and broadcast worldwide on the Discovery Channel.
Sheridan Bullman’s photographic practice is informed by training in the visual arts, architecture, engineering and industrial design from Medicine Hat College, University of Alberta and Ryerson Polytechnic. He is an architectural, industrial and structural designer whose work includes buildings in Medicine Hat, Halifax, the Muskoka region, Dubai, The United Arab Emirates and Seoul, Korea.
The artists gratefully acknowledge The Friends of Medalta Society for granting permission to use the copyrighted images and Talva Jacobson, Archeologist, for inspiring the conversation about the ephemeral.

Jody Greenman-Barber: Mimesis
Esplanade Art Gallery
JUNE 21, 2014 - AUGUST 9, 2014

In Jody Greenman-Barber’s Mimesis, ceramic sculptures, drawings and dance-performance video vividly represent the energy of movement in space and our bodily connection to the physical world. Their delicacy, fluidity and sensual expressiveness invite viewers to participate in a shared understanding – a social community – of perception and experience of movement. As Jody explains, “I make a purposeful attempt to ‘capture’ movement within my forms, approaching their production in a very loose manner and embracing a sort of dance and rhythm within my own body and then transferring that to the clay as it spins on the wheel.” This radical departure from traditional wheel-thrown pottery production has moved Jody’s practice towards sculpture and dance, using movement to explore the relationship between body, form, language and expression.
Greenman-Barber’s underlying concept for Mimesis was conceived at a ceramic residency in Denmark, initiated at a residency at the Medalta International Artists in Residence Program in 2012, and developed over the following two years in her studio practice at the University of Regina, where she is currently undertaking a Masters of Fine Arts. She has exhibited throughout Saskatchewan in solo, group and touring exhibitions and her short film Clay Play has received numerous screenings in France and Switzerland. She has received production and travel grants from the Saskatchewan Arts Board and has taught ceramics throughout the province.
Mimesis was originally curated by Heather Smith for the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, and will tour to the Thames Art Gallery, Chatham, Ontario in 2014-2015 in our regional artists exchange program.

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.

The Buildings of Mort Fulton
Esplanade Archives Vignette Exhibit
APRIL 21, 2014 - AUGUST 4, 2014

Mort Fulton was responsible for the construction of much of Medicine Hat; he is most known for the many houses he built, but he also constructed public buildings, sporting venues, industrial complexes, stores, theatres, a school, and a hotel.  Much of his work remains part of the Medicine Hat landscape.
This exhibit features photos of buildings he oversaw and built, as well as an audio recording of his own account of his chance-start in becoming one of Medicine Hat’s most prolific builders.

Summer Art Camp
Summer Art Camp 2014 will be held in the Esplanade Discovery Centre, utilizing the Art Gallery, Museum, Archives and local environment for inspiration. Students will also enjoy walking tours, and weekly field trips throughout Medicine Hat.

Classes are offered to ages 5-8, 9-12 and 13-15 and run throughout the summer. Call (403) 502-8793 or register at www.esplanade.ca

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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