Plenty of events in camp country

The storms came in with wind, rain and hail. Now the heat wave has arrived. It’s the season for family reunions.

The storms came in with wind, rain and hail. Now the heat wave has arrived. It’s the season for family reunions.

Here are some fun things going on around our neighbourhood:

Ol’ MacDonalds Resort has fireworks every long weekend and brings in a band for fun and dancing. Most Saturday nights, the high school band “Intense Reality” plays for the campers at 7:30 p.m.

A comedy show is planned for Aug. 9. Tickets can be purchased at Grandma’s kitchen.

Rochon Sands has kids’ crafts each Wednesday at the community hall. Also on Wednesdays, family movie night is at the hall.

Rochon Sands also holds a farmers’ market every Tuesday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the hall.

The White Sands meet-your-neighbour third annual golf tournament is July 14 for White Sands property owners, friends and family at the Stettler golf course.

A public meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday with the County of Stettler, White Sands and Rochon Sands is set for Rochon Sands community hall. Property owners are advised to attend.

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