Big Valley’s Hall Board Bingo is back Thursdays

Big Valley flu clinic coming up on Oct. 26

A cornucopia of activities fills Big Valley’s harvest calendar.

Big Valley’s United Church invites one and all to join them at their annual Turkey Supper on Sunday, Oct. 15 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Big Valley Community Hall. Come on out for a scrumptious turkey dinner with all the trimmings and of course some great community fellowship.

The Big Valley Ag. Society will be hosting their 2nd annual Post Harvest Celebration on Saturday, October 28 at the Big Valley Community Hall. Cocktails begin at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7. There will be both a live and a silent auction and the entertainment for the evening will feature “The Atomic Improv”. For more information or tickets to the event, contact Ag. Society directors or email bvagsociety@gmail.com.

Big Valley’s Hall Board Bingo is back. Come join the fun every Thursday, at the Community Hall. Warm up is at 7:00 p.m.

The Big Valley Inn Crib players begin their new season on Sunday, Oct. 15. The group meets every Sunday at 1 p.m. and play 8 games with prizes at the end of the afternoon. Crib is open to anyone over 18 who would like to spend a Sunday afternoon playing cards and visiting with friends. For more information please call Trudy at 403-876-2571.

Mark your calendars for the Big Valley Ladies Community Club “Paint Nite” on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at the Big Valley Community Hall. Come out to enjoy an entertaining social evening and go home with a beautiful painting created by you! There will be an open bar plus an assortment of yummy appetizers for everyone to snack on. Registration is available at https://www.paintnite.com/events/-10015585 or contact Jenni Houle at 403-876-2558 for details.

The Big Valley Drop In Centre’s first community pancake supper of the season will be on Monday, Oct. 16 beginning at 5:30 p.m. Events at the Drop In Centre include crib at 1:30 p.m. every Sunday; canasta on Monday and Friday nights at 7:00 p.m. and floor curling every Thursday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the annual flu clinic on Thursday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to noon.

October birthday wishes go out to Crystal Daychief – 3, Barb Skocdopole – 4, Loshawna Annable – 7, Alice Faye Watts – 10, Dillon Kirtley – 10, Ayrianna Daychief – 11, Hope Skocdopole – 12, Doug Duncan – 12, Nash Sorenson – 13, Brenda Woods – 14, Bob Boswell – 15, Melitta Sorensen – 15, Rogdon Brown – 15, Clint Wilkie – 16, Janessa Wittenberg – 19, Perry Titus – 19, Gwen Muhlbach – 19, Elaine Haverstock – 19, Shaye Skelton – 22, Carla Visser – 24, Cassandra Visser – 24, Albert Ruele – 25, Vi McCarty – 26, Leonard Mogck – 26, John Rinehart – 26, Dave Roux – 27, Andrew Stewart – 28, Michelle Jensen – 29, Nathan Houle – 29, and Linda Garstad – 29.

Happy Anniversary to Dale & Deanna Skocdopole – 5, Gail & Merlin Knudson – 7, Curt & Connie Watts – 17 and Jack and Barb Skocdopole – 22.

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