Floor curling tournament underway

The Seniors’ Centre will be a hopping busy place starting at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow morning, Oct. 23.

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The Seniors’ Centre will be a hopping busy place starting at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow morning, Oct. 23. So make sure you make it out that day to cheer on the floor curling tournament players. It will be a real fun day, and all the players would like everyone out to watch the games. So, good luck to all the players that are involved in the tournament.

Then this coming Sunday, Oct. 26, Botha Hall will also be an exciting place to go at 1:30. It’s the Old-Time Halloween Dance, and everyone is more than welcome to come out and have some fun regardless of age. Please feel free to wear your Halloween costume, or something orange and black in color. The “Five Plus One Band” will be entertaining the crowd that afternoon. The committee is asking everyone to bring salad, buns/sandwiches or dessert with you to share at the pooled luncheon they have that afternoon. So make sure you come out for the fun.

Come Monday,27, come on out to the Botha Seniors’ Centre starting at 9:30 a.m. and join the ladies and participate in some quilting. Even if you have never quilted before they would love to see you and teach you what they know about quilting.

Bingo evening happens again on Tuesday, Oct. 28, starting at 7:15 p.m. The doors are open a 6:30 p.m., and this, too, is held at the seniors’ centre. The jackpot and the loonie pot have not been won for quite some time. So make sure you join them that evening and who knows you could be the next big winner taking them both home with you. There will be no Bingo on Nov. 11 due to Remembrance Day. So please join them in this exciting game on Tuesday, Oct. 28.

Every Wednesday is coffee time starting the day off with coffee at 10 a.m. at the seniors’ centre and then starting at 1p.m. is carpet bowling. They would like to see everyone take a break away from your busy schedules and join them for both of these activities.

The next monthly seniors’ meeting will be held on Monday, Nov. 3, starting at 12 noon. They start these meetings with a pot luck luncheon with the meeting to follow directly right after. So they are hoping all seniors can join them.

Coming up the first Saturday of November (Nov. 1), there will be the Botha Christmas Craft Show starting at 9 a.m. till 4 p.m. So please keep this in mind and come on out for some exciting ideas for your Christmas shopping. To rent a table at this or find out more information on this exciting event please call Christine at 403-742-6898 a.s.a.p, as usually tables go fast.

There will be a concession set up for the day for everyone’s convenience. So please make sure you mark this on your calendars.

At the Botha School, all classes are getting ready for their special occasion of the year, Halloween. In the younger grades they are preparing to do their Halloween activities and their crafts, so come on out to the school and look at their hard work. On Friday, Oct. 31, the Kindergarten and Grade 1 classes are holding their Halloween party in the afternoon, so make sure you send their Halloween costumes to school with them. All parents and younger siblings are welcome to join them that afternoon in the party fun. This party will be starting at 1 p.m.

Tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 24, make sure you come out to the village office for their monthly meeting starting at 7 p.m. They hope to see everyone come on out, and they are looking for new members to join them. For more information please call the village office Wednesdays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 403-742-5079.


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