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Read on to hear about a great idea from a community member sharing her way to volunteer and care for her community. If YOU have a creative "abundant community" idea please share it with us! 

Please join us on Saturday July 16th for a friendly neighbourhood visit and an opportunity to swap books with your neighbours.  If you have some books on your bookshelf you would love to share and if you would like to have something great to add to your summer reading list this is the event for you! 

We will be serving free lemonade, water, iced tea, and cookies. 

If you would like to donate any books, please leave them outside our house in a bin from July 4th- 14th.  If there are any leftover books after the swap we would like to donate them to the EPL.  If you would prefer to have your donated books returned to you after the book swap, please write your name and phone number inside. 

If you have any questions, please call Grace Hingley 780-430-0322. 

We hope to see you there! Happy Reading!

Check out these programs for Seniors from the SWESA
(SouthWest Edmonton Seniors Associations) 



For more information on Senior Programming please refer to their Spring/Summer 2016 Program Guide Here
Email: Swesa.programs@gmail.com
Call: 587-987-3200

 

 

Edmonton-McClung Summer Fest 2016 "Celebrating Indigenous People in Our Community" 


Date: Sunday, July 10

Time11:30 AM – 3:00 PM

Place: Callingwood Skateboard Park (behind Lois Hole Library – 17740 69th Avenue, Edmonton)

“This festival is designed to bring Indigenous and non-Indigenous people together as neighbours,” said Dach. “It’s an opportunity to forge new relationships and provide fun experiences for the whole family to enjoy.”  

Guests will be greeted by an authentic tipi containing a number of Indigenous artifacts. Elder Phillip Campiou will be sharing stories and teachings. The festival stage will feature performances by Indigenous and Métis drummers, dancers and musicians, as well as a special performance by First Nations hip-hop star Rellik, best known for his song “Idle No More.”

There will also be a bouncy bus, free massages from Makami College, food trucks, free popcorn and cotton candy, and more.
 






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