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There is a BBQ Fundraiser for Meaghan Henderson on Tuesday, June 20th from 3–7 pm. Burger and Pop for $5 at Britton’s Your Independent Grocer. She is going to the European AAA Hockey Tournament, from July 21st to 31st, including to Stockholm and Helsinki.
ATB Financial is hosting a lunch to celebrate National Aboriginal Day on Wednesday, June 21 from 11:30-1:30. They'll be serving up stew & bannock, with proceeds going to the Aboriginal Headstart Program.
The Summer Solstice Run is June 24. It's a 5 and 10K, as well as Half Marathon run, starting at 10am from the Bold Center parking lot. Registration: Online by June 20, 2017 or in person during package pick up June 23-24th. Fees: 1/2 Marathon: $60, 10km: $40, 5km: $20, (Youth 16 + under run for free-need to register). Package Pick up: Friday June 23rd, 2017 @ 5:00-8:00pm, Bold Center, or Saturday June 24th, 2017@ 9:00am, Bold Center. For more info, contact Jennifer Okrainec @ 780-404-7277 or email: email@example.com. All proceeds go to Lac La Biche Active Kids P.L.A.Y Society
Celebrate Canada's 150th birthday at the Lac La Biche Mission Historical Site on Saturday July 1st. Start the day with a free pancake breakfast.
Stay for the art and craft sale, mass, live music, dancers, caricature artist, steak supper, and much more. There is plenty for the kids to do with games, crafts, watermelon eating contest, face painting, and balloon twisting. Free admission, Event runs 8:30am-6:00pm. For more information call 780-623-3274 or check out our website at www.laclabichemission.com.
Lac La Biche County is planning a special celebration for Canada 150 on July 1. From 7-10 p.m. in McArthur Park, after the daytime event at the Lac La Biche Mission, there will be a wide variety of activities and attractions leading up to the traditional Canada Day fireworks around 11. There will be Canadian-themed foods, a giant inflatable obstacle course, bumper boats, paddleboarding, disc golf, a firefighter challenge, axe-throwing, an alumni baseball game, and more. As always, there will be a fireworks show around 11 when it gets fully dark. This is a special event to mark Canada’s 150th birthday. Keep an eye on the County’s Facebook page and website for updates, and we hope to see everyone in McArthur Park on Canada Day evening.
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