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The Camrose Women's Shelter is recruiting volunteers.
If you would like to volunteer contact Nadia @ 780-226-6858.
The Bailey Theatre's annual fall fundraiser Eat, Drink and Make Merry on Saturday, October 28th at the Bailey Theatre. The evening of merriment will be filled with delicious food, entertainment and auctions. Tickets are $100 each and can be purchased at the Bailey Theatre.
The Camrose Boys and Girls Club Haunted House is once again open in Duggan Mall Camrose. Get spooked Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sundays in the mall. Admission is free but non-perishable food items for the Camrose and District Food Bank or cash donations for the Boys and Girls Club are gratefully accepted. Click here for Haunted House times.
The Bashaw Youth Foundation and Bashaw Boys and Girls Club present Ladies Night Out 2017 on Saturday, October 14th at the Bashaw Community Hall. The evening will feature appetizers, Wine raffle, 50/50 and entertainment provided by St. James Gate. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased by calling 780-372-4048.
The Camrose Churchmice Players present Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" at The Bailey Theatre! The theatrical production will run from November 9th through the 18th. Balcony tickets are just $25, while dinner theatre tickets are $55 and can be purchased at The Bailey Theatre or online at www.baileytheatre.com.
The Ressurection Lutheran Church invites you to join them for a fundraising dinner on Saturday, October 14th. The evening includes a hearty meal, kids activities, silent and live auctions along with music from Doug Rawlings and Caraganas. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased by calling 672-0909.
Passionate Paws is hosting a Dog Pack Walk on October 5th and October 19th at Mirror Lake Park at 6pm. If you like assitance in dog walking bring a leash and $5 to get some help from a professional tranier.
The community of Bawlf is looking for Vendors for their annual Library Christmas Craft Market. The Market will be held on Saturday, November 4th from 9am until 3pm. Tables are just $10 each and need to be reserved by October 15th. Please call the David Knipe Memorial Library at 780-373-3882 to book your table.
Jack Stuart School is hosting its annual Jack Frost Market on Sunday, November 5th from 11am until 4pm. Entry to the market is $2 or a donation to the Camrose & District Food Bank. There will be crafts, baking and much more on sale.
98.1 CAM-FM is proud to partner with the Camrose Women's Shelter for Breakfast with the Guys on Wednesday, November 8th. Join Lt. Mark Wynn for breakfast as we bring community members together to inform and inspire action to put an end to domestic violence. Purchase your tickets by calling 679-4975.
The Camrose Association for Community Living's Annual Charity Auction takes place on Thursday, October 26th at the Best Western Plus Camrose Resort Casino. This year features a western theme with the saloon opening up at 5:30pm with a dinner and auction to follow. To purchase your tickets call 672-0257.
The Status of Queer 2017 - Rural Alberta Queer and Trans Conference will be held on Saturday, October 14th at the University of Alberta Augustana Campus. The all day event will feature panels on rural challenges and success, faith and the queer/trans community and more. Passes are $30 each and can be purchased by clicking here.
The Camrose Arts Society is proud to present Nikolia at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Preforming Arts Centre on Friday, September 29th. This free event will take place between 6:30pm and 8pm and tickets can be picked up at both the Lougheed Centre and the Chuck MacLean Arts Centre.
The Wetaskiwin Health Foundation is holding their annual Wings and Wheels lottery! There's over $70,000 in prizes like a new Ford Escape or Gas For A Year up for grabs. Tickets are jsut $10 or 20 for $100! The deadline to purchase your tickets is November 27th. Visit www.wingsandwheelslottery.com for all the details.
The Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot is once again hosting Coats for Camrose on October 18th and October 19th at Duggan Mall from 10am until 8pm each day. To drop off a donation stop by Duggan Mall or the Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot. If you require a winter jacket, don't hesitate to stop by on the 18th and 19th.
The Camrose Pide Community is hosting an all ages dance party on Saturday, October 14th at The Bailey Theatre at 7pm. Tickets are just $5 or $10 for the whole family. The evening will feature a DJ, snacks and a preformance from Robyn Bank$!
The Camrose Beach Volleyball Leagues are having free drop in volleyball every Wednesday night throughout the month of September. Drop in Volleyball begins at 6:30pm at the Volleyball Courts located next to Harry Andreasson Field.
The Camrose Kodiaks are looking for volunteers for the 2017/18 season. If you would like to help out with our local AJHL franchise, stop by the Kodiaks office in the Camrose Recreation Centre.
Canadian Blood Services are holding a Blood Donors Clinic on Friday, October 13th at the Norsemen Inn in Camrose. To book an appointment visit www.blood.ca.
The Wetaskiwin Curling Club will be hosting a Wine & Cheese Registration Night on Semptember 29th at 7pm in the Wetaskiwin Curling Club Lounge.
The inaugural Lucky Highway 13 Photo Scavenger Hunt is taking place right now! Visit www.luckyroute13.com to find the super secret photo locations in Wetaskiwin, Camrose, Bawlf, Daysland, Strome, Provost and many other communities located on Highway 13. Snap a picture in those locations and be entered to win some specatular prizes. For more information, visit www.luckyroute13.com
Thursday Nights - Bingo Night at The Royal Canadian Legion Camrose. Doors open at 6pm. All welcomed.
Every Sunday starting at 9:30am Free Pancake Breakfast at the First Baptist Church 6406-44B Ave.
2nd Sunday of every month - Elks & Royal Purple Pancake Breakfast at the Elks Hall on 50th Avenue from 9am to 12:30pm.
Wheelchair accessible, proceeds to Neighbourhood Aide "Breakfast for Kids Club"
Camrose Public Library has events all year long. Go to cpl.prl.ab.ca to view their schedule. For more information call 780-672-4214
The Camrose Arts Society has Arts and Recreation Programs for ages 3 – adult. A variety of fun classes such as painting, photography, fabric sculpting, dance, barbershop singing, yoga and gel nail technician are offered. A full list of classes is available at www.camrose.ca or at the Chuck MacLean Arts Centre. For more information call 780-672-9949.
Victim Services is looking for compassionate men & women to join their unit. Help victims of crimes cope with the trauma of the situation, provide support, information and referrals and help guide them thru the justice system.
For more information or an application please call Camrose & District Victim services 780-672-4570 or email victimservices@camrose.
Is it an Emergency? If you think you may need to go to the Emergency Room at St. Mary's Hospital...but aren't sure, you can call Healthlink Alberta at 1-866-408-LINK and they will help you decide. Another alternative to the ER is to visit the Walk-in clinic at 4825-51st, Camrose.
Clinic hours are Monday to Thursday from 2-8pm.