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October 7, 2020


We made a couple of minor typos in yesterday’s newsletter so here it is again, fixed.  We discovered that the link about the Fall Compost Pick-Up was not working and we had the time wrong for Oct 16 public skating.   That public skating should begin at 6:45 pm.   All is corrected and we apologize for the duplication.  In the future, these articles can always be found in the News section of our website.

Do you have questions about the use of clear or compostable bags for the fall compost pick-up?  Be sure to visit utilities page to find out exactly what will be picked up and what will be left behind.

Come for one or come for all three but you must register.  A meal will be provided but childcare is not.  Event is 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Coming Events

Art Exhibit Altered Realities Oct 8 to Nov 3 at the Library
Happy Thanksgiving Oct 12
Library, Centennial Place & Town Office are closed Thanksgiving Day
Free Public Skating Oct 12 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Free Public Skating Oct 16 from 6:45 pm to 7:45 pm
Virtual Small Business Awards are Oct 22.  Contact 403-854-4004

Details about these events and more can be found on the Community Event Calendar.

Who is a Close Contact?

If you are considered to be a close contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19, you are required to isolate for 14 days starting with the last date of contact with the individual.  Alberta Health Services will clarify this if you are contacted.

Parents and siblings of close contacts are not required to isolate.  If however, your close contact tests positive, that changes things. 

Ask Dr. Fortna a Question:

Please, stay safe and follow the recommendations of Dr. Fortna and Dr. Hinshaw.