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Jul 22, 2014
Nancy Upton

Community Calendar — July 21, 2014

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TD Summer Reading Club Eureka drop-in story time July 21, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Spring Summer Butterfly Wings. Story and butterfly craft.

 

Masterpiece movie July 21, 6 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. See website for details.

 

Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS SK #2334) meets July 21 at 5:30 p.m. at Cornerstone Free Methodist Church, 2200 15th Ave. E. Call Sonia 306-764-2964.

 

Child health clinic July 21 at McIntosh Bldg. Prenatal classes available. Call 306-765-6510 for an appointment.

 

New Hope Al-Ateen Prince Albert meets July 21, 6:30 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Serendipity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets July 21, 8 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Serenity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets July 21, 8 p.m., at Olive Diefenbaker Drive. Wheelchair accessible. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Free movie July 22, 7 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, 98 min, R.

 

Debden Al-Anon meets July 22, 8:30p.m., at Community Centre. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

La Ronge Peaceful Pines Al-Anon meets July 22, 8 p.m., behind Papa’s Restaurant.

 

Sandy Bay Al-Anon meets, July 22, 8 p.m., at the Health Centre.

 

Blaine Lake Rainbow AFG and Rainbow Alateen, meets July 22, 8 p.m., at Hoeppner Ins, 2nd Ave. W

 

Child health clinic July 22 at McIntosh Bldg. Call 306-765-6510 for an appointment.

 

Kinistino child health clinic July 22 at Kinistino School. Call 306-765-6510.

 

Breastfeeding clinic July 22, 1-3 p.m., at McIntosh Building. No appointment necessary. Just drop in.

 

Fertile Ground displayed until July 23 in John V. Hicks Gallery at P.A. Arts Centre, 1010 Central Ave. This is an OSAC exhibition of pottery by renowned Saskatchewan artists including Vic Cicansky, Anita Rocamora, Mel Bolen, Jack Sures, Marilyn Levine and others.  Free admission. Gallery open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. plus Thursday until 9 p.m. and Saturday 10a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday closed.

 

Child health clinic July 23 at McIntosh Bldg. Call 306-765-6510 for an appointment.

 

Breastfeeding clinic July 23, 1-3 p.m., at South Hill Mall. No appointment necessary. Just drop in.

 

Drop-in child health clinic July 23, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., at Bernice Sayese Centre.

 

Travel health clinic July 23 at McIntosh Building. Call 306-765-6506 for an appointment.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market July 23, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Lakeshore Al-Anon meets July 23, 7 p.m. at RM Bldg., Lower level.

 

Nov Al-Anon Prince Albert meets July 23, 8 p.m., at 3-406 South Industrial Drive. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Spirit Filled Al-Anon Spiritwood meets July 23, 8 p.m. at Sacred Heart Parish basement.

 

TD Summer Reading Club Eureka matinee July 24, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Rio2, 101 min, G

 

Double B Al-Anon Prince Albert meets July 24, at noon at Metis Friendship Centre, 1409 First Ave E. wheelchair accessible. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Growing Up Adult Children meets July 24, at 8 p. m. at First Baptist Church, 1351 28th St. E.  Use SE doors.

 

Drop-in child health clinics July 24 and 25, 8:30 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30 p.m., at McIntosh Building.

 

Late day child health clinic July 24 held at South Hill Mall. Call 306-765-6510 for an appointment.

 

Breastfeeding clinic July 24, 10 a.m.-noon, at South Hill Mall. No appointment necessary. Just drop in.

 

Indoor camp meeting July 25-Aug. 3, at Nipawin Holiness Church, 109 9th Ave. E. Daily services at 10:30 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Evangelists Rev. Ken Bombay and Rev. Vern Scott. Soloist Lonnie Saunders. Call 862-426. All welcome.

 

Giant fundraiser July 26 at Royal Canadian Legion, 133 8th St. E. Pancake and waffle breakfast 8-10 a.m. Garage and bake sale 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 306-763-7201.

 

New Beginnings Al-Anon Prince Albert meets July 26, 11 a.m., at 59A- 17th St. W. upstairs (child care provided).

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market July 26, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

Requiem Eucharist July 27, 3p.m., at historic St. Mary’s Anglican church, Highway 302 immediately west of Saskatchewan Penitentiary.  This is an opportunity to pray for the souls of family members and friends interred in the cemetery surrounding the church.  Celebrant and preacher is Bishop Michael Hawkins.  Refreshments to follow.  All are welcome.

 

Eileen Laverty Trio, with Jesse Brown and Greg Hargarten, an all-ages concert at St. James Church, Albertville, July 27, 7:30 p.m. Free will offering.

 

Certified Red Cross swimming lessons July 28-Aug. 8 (Monday to Friday) at Bell’s Beach, Christopher Lake. Preschool to Level 10. Registration June 29, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Miniature Golf Course. For details call Marcia Bergman 982-4295 and Isobel Afseth 982-4989 or 374-8705.

 

Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS SK #2334) meets July 28 at 5:30 p.m. at Cornerstone Free Methodist Church, 2200 15th Ave. E. Call Sonia 306-764-2964.

 

TD Summer Reading Club Eureka drop-in story time July 28, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E.

 

Ancestry database information session July 28, 7 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E.

 

Child health clinic July 28 at McIntosh Bldg. Prenatal classes available. Call 306-765-6510 for an appointment.

 

Christopher Lake Child Health Clinic July 28 at Christopher Lake Daycare. Call 306-765-6510 for an appointment.

 

Adult Occupational health clinic July 28 at McIntosh Building. Call 306-765-6506 for an appointment.

 

New Hope Al-AlAteen, Prince Albert meets July 28, 6:30 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

Serendipity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets July 28, 8 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

Serenity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets July 28, 8 p.m., at 1503 Olive Diefenbaker Drive. Wheelchair accessible. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

Debden Alanon meets July 29, 8:30 p.m., at Community Centre. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

La Ronge Peaceful Pines Al-Anon meets July 29, 8 p.m., behind Papa’s Restaurant. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

Sandy Bay Al-Anon meets July 29, 8 p.m., at the Health Centre. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

Blaine Lake Rainbow AFG and Rainbow AlAteen, meets July 29, 8 p.m. at Hoeppner Ins., 2nd Ave. W.

 

Child health clinic July 29 at McIntosh Bldg. Call 306-765-6510 for an appointment.

 

Breastfeeding clinic July 29, 1-3 p.m., at South Hill Mall. No appointment necessary. Just drop in.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market July 30, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Child health clinic July 30 at McIntosh Bldg. Call 306-765-6510 for an appointment.

 

Drop-in child health clinic July 30, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., at Bernice Sayese Centre.

 

Travel health clinic July 30 at McIntosh Building. Call 306-765-6506 for an appointment.

 

Lakeshore Al-Anon meets July 30, 7 p.m. at RM Bldg., lower level.

 

Nov Al-Anon Prince Albert meets July 30, 8 p.m. at 3-406 South Industrial Drive. Wheelchair accessible. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Spirit Filled Al-Anon Spiritwood meets July 30, 8 p.m. at Sacred Heart Parish basement.

 

TD Summer Reading Club Eureka matinee July 31, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. The Lego Movie, 100 min, PG

 

Double B Al-Anon Prince Albert meets July 31, at noon at Indian Métis Friendship Centre, 1409 First Ave. E. Wheelchair accessible.

 

Growing Up Adult Children meets July 31, at 8 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 1351 28th St. E. Use SE doors.

 

Late day child health clinic July 31 held at South Hill Mall. Call 306-765-6510 for an appointment.

 

Breastfeeding clinic July 31, 10 a.m.-noon, at South Hill Mall. No appointment necessary. Just drop in.

 

Drop-in child health clinics July 31 and Aug. 1, 8:30 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30 p.m., at McIntosh Building.

 

New Beginnings Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 2, 11 a.m. at 59A 17th St. W., upstairs. Childcare provided.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Aug. 2, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

Annual Memorial Service, St. Saviour’s Anglican Church (Birch Hills District) Aug. 3, 3 p.m.  Potluck supper to follow.

 

Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS SK #2334) meets Aug. 4 at 5:30 p.m. at Cornerstone Free Methodist Church, 2200 15th Ave. E. Call Sonia 306-764-2964.

 

 New Hope Al-Ateen, Prince Albert meets Aug. 4, 6:30 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Gospel Music in the Park Aug. 3, 1-4:30 p.m., at Morin Lake Reunion Grounds. Featuring The Trudel Family and Erik Paquette Also local entertainers Gilles Francoeur, Irvin and Darryl Amundson, Stephanie Lloyd, Leslie and Diana Schutte. Admission free.  Free will offering will be taken. Bring lawn chairs. All welcome. Hosted by Notre Dame Des Victoires.

 

Serendipity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 4, 6:30 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Serenity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 4, 8 p.m., at Olive Diefenbaker Drive. Wheelchair accessible. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Debden Al-Anon meets Aug. 5, 8:30 p.m., at Community Centre. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

La Ronge Peaceful Pines Al-Anon meets Aug. 5, 8 p.m., behind Papa’s Restaurant.

 

Sandy Bay Al-Anon meets, Aug. 5, 8 p.m., at the Health Centre.

 

TD Summer Reading Club Eureka drop-in story time Aug. 5, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Dandy Dashing Dragons. Create a dragon using your hand prints, plus stories and rhymes.

 

Drop-in computer class Aug. 6, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Topic: transferring photos from your camera, phone and more.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Aug. 6, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Ladies Wilderness Retreat Camp Aug. 8-11 at Heritage Lake, SK. Fee $195. Tenting accommodation, canoeing, watercolour classes, special speaker “How to Live a Gluten Free Life”, yoga on the beach, hikes, canoeing, forest and fauna exploring, reflexology, massage, Zentangle classes, essential oil potions, games and crafts. Sponsored by Girl Guides. Call Susan at 306-764-7021 to register.

 

Blaine Lake Rainbow AFG and Rainbow Al-Ateen, meets Aug. 6, 8 p.m., at Hoeppner Ins, 2nd Ave. W

 

Lakeshore Al-Anon meets Aug. 6, 7 p.m. at RM Bldg., Lower level.

 

Nov Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 6, 8 p.m., at 3-406 South Industrial Drive. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Spirit Filled Al-Anon Spiritwood meets Aug. 6, 8 p.m. at Sacred Heart Parish basement.

 

TD Summer Reading Club Eureka matinee Aug. 7, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Mr. Peabody and Sherman, 92 min, PG

 

Double B Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 7, at noon at Metis Friendship Centre, 1409 First Ave E. wheelchair accessible. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Growing Up Adult Children meets Aug. 7, at 8 p. m. at First Baptist Church, 1351 28th St. E.  Use SE doors.

 

New Beginnings Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 9, 11 a.m., at 59A- 17th St.W. upstairs (child care provided).

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Aug 9, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

Pancake breakfast Aug. 10, 9 a.m.-noon, at Meath Park Senior Centre. All you can eat $10; preschool free. All welcome.

 

Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS SK #2334) meets Aug. 11 at 5:30 p.m. at Cornerstone Free Methodist Church, 2200 15th Ave. E. Call Sonia 306-764-2964.

 

New Hope Al-Ateen, Prince Albert meets Aug. 11, 6:30 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

Serendipity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 11, 8 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

Serenity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 11, 8 p.m., at 1503 Olive Diefenbaker Drive. Wheelchair accessible. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

TD Summer Reading Club Eureka drop-in story time Aug. 11, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Spectbular Tube Creations. Stories and craft.

 

Free movie Aug. 12, 7 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Stand By Me, 89 min, R.

 

Debden Alanon meets Aug. 12, 8:30 p.m., at Community Centre. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

La Ronge Peaceful Pines Al-Anon meets Aug. 12, 8 p.m., behind Papa’s Restaurant. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

Sandy Bay Al-Anon meets Aug. 12, 8 p.m., at the Health Centre. www.sk-alanon.ca

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Aug. 13, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Aug. 16, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

Blaine Lake Rainbow AFG and Rainbow Alateen meets Aug. 13, 8 p.m. at Hoeppner Ins., 2nd Ave. W.

 

Lakeshore Al-Anon meets Aug. 13, 7 p.m. at RM Bldg., lower level.

 

Nov Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 13, 8 p.m. at 3-406 South Industrial Drive. Wheelchair accessible. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Spirit Filled Al-Anon Spiritwood meets Aug. 13, 8 p.m. at Sacred Heart Parish basement.

 

Free movie Aug. 13, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Planes, 91 min, PG. Co-sponsored by PA Downtown Improvement District Assoc.

 

TD Summer Reading Club Eureka matinee Aug. 14, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Muppets Most Wanted, 107 min, PG

 

Double B Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 14, at noon at Indian Métis Friendship Centre, 1409 First Ave. E. Wheelchair accessible.

 

Growing Up Adult Children meets Aug. 14, at 8 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 1351 28th St. E. Use SE doors.

 

New Beginnings Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 16, 11 a.m. at 59A 17th St. W., upstairs. Childcare provided.

 

Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS SK #2334) meets Aug. 18 at 5:30 p.m. at Cornerstone Free Methodist Church, 2200 15th Ave. E. Call Sonia 306-764-2964.

 

New Hope Al-Ateen, Prince Albert meets Aug. 18, 6:30 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Serendipity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 18, 6:30 p.m., upstairs at 59A 17th St. W. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Serenity Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 18, 8 p.m., at Olive Diefenbaker Drive. Wheelchair accessible. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

TD Summer Reading Club Eureka drop-in story time Aug. 18, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E.

 

Masterpiece movie Aug. 18, 6 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. See website for details.

 

Library2go EBook Information session Aug. 19, 7 p.m. at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E.

 

Debden Al-Anon meets Aug. 19, 8:30 p.m., at Community Centre. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

La Ronge Peaceful Pines Al-Anon meets Aug. 19, 8 p.m., behind Papa’s Restaurant.

 

Sandy Bay Al-Anon meets, Aug. 19, 8 p.m., at the Health Centre.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Aug. 20, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Blaine Lake Rainbow AFG and Rainbow AlAteen meets Aug. 20, 8 p.m., at Hoeppner Ins, 2nd Ave. W

 

Lakeshore Al-Anon meets Aug. 20, 7 p.m. at RM Bldg., Lower level.

 

Nov Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 20, 8 p.m., at 3-406 South Industrial Drive. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Spirit Filled Al-Anon Spiritwood meets Aug. 20, 8 p.m. at Sacred Heart Parish basement.

 

TD Summer Reading Club windup party Aug. 21, 2 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E.

 

Double B Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 21 at noon at Metis Friendship Centre, 1409 First Ave E. wheelchair accessible. www.sk.alanon.ca

 

Growing Up Adult Children meets Aug. 21, 8 p. m. at First Baptist Church, 1351 28th St. E.  Use SE doors.

 

New Beginnings Al-Anon Prince Albert meets Aug. 23, 11 a.m., at 59A- 17th St. W. upstairs (child care provided).

 

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Aug. 23, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS SK #2334) meets Aug. 25 at 5:30 p.m. at Cornerstone Free Methodist Church, 2200 15th Ave. E. Call Sonia 306-764-2964.

 

Free movie Aug. 25, 6 p.m., at JMC Library, 125 12th St. E. Star Wars, 121 min, PG.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Aug. 27, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Aug. 30, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Sept. 3, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Sept. 6, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Sept. 9, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Sept. 10, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Free Autism Services workshop Sept. 10, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: Visuals – Show More, Talk Less. Call 306-765-6055.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Sept. 13, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

34th annual Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research Sept. 14 in Prince Albert. Greg Sylvester Memorial Triathlon for Terry Fox starts at 11 a.m. Meet at Frank Dunn Pool. Registration 10:30 a.m. Call Mark 961-1580. Terry Fox Run 2 p.m. at Harry Jerome Track, Rotary Trail and Prime Ministers Park. Registration 1-2 p.m. at Finish Line Building. Pick up pledge forms from Vern 763-8335.

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Sept. 16, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Sept. 17, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Sept. 20, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Sept. 23, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Sept. 24, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., on Central Avenue.

 

Prince Albert Farmer’s Market Sept. 27, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., in City Hall Parking Lot on First Avenue East.

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Sept. 30, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Oct. 7, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Free Autism Services workshop Oct. 8, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: Unwritten Rules – My Kid Just Doesn’t Get It. Call 306-765-6055.

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Oct. 14, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

DVBS – Children’s Program July 14-18, 7- 8:30 p.m., Monday to Friday at Open Door Community Church of the Nazarene, 26 18th St. E. Call: 306-763-7766 for information and to register children ages 5-14. Theme: Pandamania — learning about God through creation. A fun experience filled with stories, songs, crafts and other activities. An evening for the whole family. Parents are invited to stay and take in a Video Series: How To Bless Your Children.

 

DVBS – Adult and Children Activities July 14-18, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday to Friday at Open Door Community Church of the Nazarene, 26 18th St. E. Making bannock, and other great activities. Lunch included A time for the whole family. Call 306-763-7766.

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Oct. 21, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Oct. 28, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Flin Flon Arts Council Arts and Craft Sale Nov. 1. Largest craft sale in northern Manitoba. New for 2014, Photos with Santa. Book your table now. Call 204-687-5974 info@flinflonartscouncil.com

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Nov. 4, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Free Autism Services workshop Nov. 12, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: Parent-to-Parent Talk. Call 306-765-6055.

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Nov. 18, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Nov. 25, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Dec. 2, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Dec. 9, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Free Autism Services workshop Dec. 10, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: Prepping for Special Events…’Tis the Season. Call 306-765-6055.

 

Woodland Communicators chapter of Toastmasters International meets Dec. 16, 7-8:30 p.m., at SIAST Woodland Campus Academic Centre, Room 210. All welcome. Enhance your personal growth in leadership and communication. Contact Brenda 306-953-6432 bmgeorget@sasktel.net

 

Free Autism Services workshop Jan. 14, 2015, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: Anxiety – Don’t Let it Paralyze You. Call 306-765-6055.

Free Autism Services workshop Feb. 11, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: The Kid’s Not Just Lazy – Motivation. Call 306-765-6055.

Free Autism Services workshop March 11, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: Independence and Life Skills at Any Age. Call 306-765-6055.

Free Autism Services workshop April 8, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: Autism: Everything You Wanted to Know but Were Afraid To Ask. Call 306-765-6055.

Free Autism Services workshop May 13, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: Calming and Sensory Techniques – Body and Brain Strategies. Call 306-765-6055.

Free Autism Services workshop June 10, 9 a.m.-noon, at Victoria Square Victoria Square (building east of the hospital). Facilitators Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Ellen Montour. Topic: Value of Play – Ready, Set, Summer Call 306-765-6055.

 

 

 

 

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Jul 21, 2014
Nancy Upton

Does energy healing really work? The Daily News puts four methods to the test

RF Image, Model Released, Property ReleasedJupiterimages/www.jupiterimages.com Reiki master Gianantonio Corna told the News he can’t even remember the last time he got sick, which he thinks is due to the healing practice.

Can a slight touch, a firm touch or even no touch really heal what’s ailing you?

Energy healing — tapping into the body’s own frequencies as a type of alternative medicine — is being taken seriously by health practitioners trained in both eastern and western modalities of medicine.

And science is backing up its powers: One 2013 study found that 10 minutes of energy healing was as effective as physical therapy in improving the range of motion in people with mobility problems. UCLA even has en electromyography (EMG) lab that studies electrical activity in the body.

But many remain skeptical. Dr. Edzard Ernst, a professor of Complementary Medicine at the University of Exeter in England (the first-ever professor of this branch of study), has repeatedly refuted the efficacy of energy healing, stating once that just five percent of alternative medicine has evidentiary support.

I put four energy-based alternative healing practices to the test to find out if any of them are worthwhile complements to Western medicine. But first a disclaimer. While I don’t have any major medical issues that required serious healing, I did try these to get a feel for what each procedure is like.

Reiki

What it is: A practitioner places his palms lightly on or over various parts of the body in an effort to redistribute energy.

What the expert says: “Reiki is a self-healing technique, a profound meditation technique that you can learn,” said Gianantonio Corna, a third-generation energy healer and the owner of Reiki Vitae in SoHo. “I don’t even remember the last time I got sick.” He recommends at least three sessions to really feel its effects on both physical and emotional levels. So with Reiki, he argues, those stress-related conditions you’re fighting can start to subside. He compares it to a GPS for your body, “going around the different energy channels that we have and detecting where the traffic is not good, and giving the information on that spot that (leads) to rebalance.”

My verdict: I lay flat on the back in a dark room, while soothing music played in the background. Gianantonio did not touch me once, just hovered his hands over my body. It was slightly awkward, but I reminded myself that Corna does this every day and it doesn’t faze him.

Corna told me to expect various memories to pop up in my mind during our 90-minute introductory session. He was right — random slices of life crept back into my conscious during our time together. Corna explained that that is the Reiki energy’s way of storing those memories on our human “iCloud,” so that they don’t take up space on our hard drive anymore. The memories aren’t being erased, but rather moved so that we can let go of old patterns and make room for positive encounters.

MR  PRRolphot/Getty Images/iStockphoto Contrary to popular belief, reflexology is not just done on the feet.

After the treatment, I felt relaxed. After all, I was just lying down for an extended period of time! And Corna was spot-on in his diagnosis of an area of myself I wanted to work on, even giving me practical advice for self-improvement. It was pretty incredible he knew so much about me without me giving him any details!

Reflexology

What it is: Not just confined to the feet, reflexology stimulates specific pressure points on the feet, hands, face and ears to affect various organs, glands and parts of the body. Each reflexology pressure point is said to correspond to, and connect with, a different body part. Whereas a massage uses big, broad strokes, reflexology is just the fingers and thumbs pressing on reflex pressure points.

What the expert says: “Reflexology is a science and an art,” said Laura Norman, a certified reflexologist and author who also teaches classes on the subject in Midtown, the Berkshires and South Florida. The feet are the most popular not only because they are “the most neglected and abused,” parts of our body, but also because they are the furthest from the heart and contain almost 15,000 nerves. Because of gravity, toxins tend to settle in the feet, which can affect our health.

When reflexologists work on the feet, they’re “balancing energy flow, calming the nervous system, improving circulation, and assisting the body to eliminate toxins while helping a variety of health conditions,” Norman said.

My verdict: Whether it was the early morning appointment or Norman’s magic fingers, or both, I easily drifted in and out of sleep on Norman’s table. Some of Norman’s clients have told her that reflexology is more relaxing than massages they’ve had, and I’d have to agree — peeling myself off the table when it was time to go was torture. My tired soles were feeling lighter by day’s end, and I noticed a slight change in my sinuses later in the night. Did I feel like all of my problems were solved in the hour? No, but I was able to melt into the treatment and experience a new type of relaxation. It was my favorite of all the treatments (if you really want to know).

Tapping

What it is: Gentle self-taps on various acupressure points in the body (under the eye, the collarbone) to signal to the brain that it’s OK to calm down. Also known as Emotional Freedom Technique.

What the expert says: “When we feel stressed, it’s not a sensation we just experience in our head — we feel it in our entire body,” said Jessica Ortner, author of “The Tapping Solution for Weight Loss and Body Confidence.”

“By stimulating these acupressure points while focusing on the thought that is causing the stress, your body is communicating to your brain that it’s safe to relax,” she said. Ortner swears the practice is effective for everything from back pain to weight trouble. She cited one study in her book that found 89 women lost an average of 16 pounds over eight weeks without diet and exercise — just by adding two hours of tapping a week, which averages to 15 minutes a day.

My experience: Having just started my job at the News, and adjusting to leaning on my phone’s headset for much of the day (a big no-no…I’m aware!) I told Ortner I was feeling some tension on my left side.

Ortner guided me as I very gently tapped nine pressure points on my body six times, while using affirming self-talk. After initially tapping on the side of my hand, I moved up to the eyebrow, side of the eye, under the eye, under the nose, on the chin, on the collarbone, under the arm and the top of the head. Afterwards, I did notice the pain had subsided.

The great thing about this treatment is that you don’t need a practitioner’s help once you have it down. I have since used tapping when I’ve found myself in stressful circumstances, and I especially love tapping the underneath my eye — I find it instantly relaxes me.

Reconnective healing

What it is: A practitioner moves his hands above the client’s body in a way that opens up the body to different types of frequencies. From there, the intelligence of the body is supposed to intercede — without the practitioner manipulating or touching the body. For example, someone coming in with a knee problem might not realize that the body’s intelligence might need to fix something else in the body or mind, which is only presenting itself with a knee issue. It’s a quick practice, with three sessions being the maximum recommended.

What the expert says: The practice allows us to “step into our limitless potential,” said Dr. Eric Pearl, the movement’s founder and the author of “The Reconnection: Heal Yourself, Heal Others.” “People come in to have the experience of more fully embodying and embracing their lives.” Pearl explained that we need to let go of our belief that the body heals solely through chemicals produced by within the body, and instead embrace the idea that the body can heal through frequency, vibration, resonance, informational exchange and light. “If you’re lucky, your healing will come in the form your desires, but if you’re truly fortunate, your healing will come in the form that you’ve not dreamed of, one that the universe has in mind specifically for you,” Pearl said.

My experience: I had one of Pearl’s associates lead our session. He had me lay face-up and flat on the table and close my eyes.

He waved his arms over me in all sorts of rhythmic patterns and, wow, I felt a tingling, pins-and-needles sensation in my body almost immediately. My ears almost felt like they were filling up with water as well.

The pins and needles came and went for the half hour I was on the table, as did a soft whirring sound in the room. It was the most visceral treatment I had, and put me into a trance-like state. I felt uneasy being a bit “out of control.”

Dr. Eric Pearl, center, teaches people how to do reconnective healing.The Reconnection Dr. Eric Pearl, center, teaches people how to do reconnective healing.

Afterwards, I woke up curious about what I had experienced, but Kelly’s prompt questions made me feel like the sensations I experienced were normal and to be expected. I can’t speak on it healing any condition I have, but I can see how people believe in this practice’s capabilities.

What the doctors think

Physicians specializing in both eastern and western medicine both affirmed the power of these healing modalities. Deepak Chopra, a holistic physician who also subscribes to Western teachings, said that science is starting to understand how energy healing works.

“It triggers your own healing system, which is called homeostatis,” he said. Homeostatis is what tells your body to create an antibody when you have an infection, or a clot when you fall so that you don’t bleed to death.

Dr. Mark Melrose, an emergency medicine physician at Urgent Care Manhattan, said that there’s “infinitely more that we don’t understand,” about medicine, and that alternative therapies such as energy healing could certainly benefit patients, provided that they do no harm and also are complements to traditional treatments.

“If it makes you feel better, then it’s probably helping,” he said.

The bottom line

If anything, these practices can help with stress reduction, which is linked to an improvement of many health conditions, like heart disease and hypertension. But with so many people extolling the benefits of these techniques, I’m likely to think that there is some unexplainable magic to them. I wouldn’t use them as my only method of treating a disease, but I can see how they complement other therapies.

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Jul 19, 2014
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Reflexology, health centre operators reminded to work within premises

SIBU: Some 50 operators of reflexology and health centres here were told at a dialogue session that it was unlawful for them to extend their services to five-foot-ways.

The dialogue session in progress.

ASP Herman Rakey from the Police Department warned that they would be penalised should they carry out their services outside their premises.

The dialogue session between the operators and the various authorities was held at Sibu Municipal Council Public Library.

Council chairman Datuk Tiong Thai King, his deputy Dato Andrew Wong were also present.

Herman also reminded the operators that they were not to operate beyond the stipulated business hours.

“Work closely with the authorities,” he advised them.

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Jul 17, 2014
Nancy Upton

Hope in a glass? Elle Macpherson, 50, shows off her incredible bikini body as …

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She might have been christened Elle Macpherson, but the supermodel proved why she’s also known as ‘The Body’, when she stripped down to tiny two-piece for a snap posted online on Thursday.

Posing on a yacht and silhouetted against the backdrop of a brilliant blue sea in the Italian Riveria, the health guru showed off her picture-perfect form in a sporty grey, black and yellow bikini.

Holding a glass of her green goodness in her hand, the Australian beauty made the perfect poster girl for her new Super Elixir – a wellness drink that’s sold out twice in UK store Selfridges since launching on May 22. 

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Picture perfect: Supermodel Elle MacPherson stripped down to a bikini to promote her new wellness drink Super Elixir which will be on sale in David Jones in August

Picture perfect: Supermodel Elle MacPherson stripped down to a bikini to promote her new wellness drink Super Elixir which will be on sale in David Jones in August

With legs that last for days, the six foot stunner looked the picture of health as she tagged the shot: ‘Super greens… After super swim.’

Showing off her to-die-for abs and toned limbs the age defying mother-of-three threw a casual sweat jacket on for the Italian Riveria holiday snap.

And it seems the average woman is holding out hope that Elle’s latest product- the Super Elixir health supplement- may help them achieve the blonde’s enviable figure. But no promises.

The Super Elixir health supplement, a bio-live alkalizing product which aims to assist vitality, has sold out across the UK and has celeb fans in British musician Florence Welch and UK model Daisy Lowe, some artists even flying tubs into Glastonbury festival to help them balance their body chemistry.

Green goddess! The 50-year-old's new health supplement is a bio-live alkalizing supplement which can be added to your morning juice or food, a body like Elle's is not guaranteed however

Green goddess! The 50-year-old’s new health supplement is a bio-live alkalizing supplement which can be added to your morning juice or food, a body like Elle’s is not guaranteed however

Blonde bombshell! The mother of three says balance is the key to her fabulous figure - and drinking her drink of course

Blonde bombshell! The mother of three says balance is the key to her fabulous figure – and drinking her drink of course

Including alkalising super greens, Chinese herbs, and the miatake mushroom, Elle claims that just 10g of the powder, taken daily, provides all the vitamins, minerals and trace elements needed.

‘For years, I was taking vitamins and powders,’ she told the MailOnline in May. ‘I tried alternative medicine, acupuncture, reflexology.

‘I’m a pescatarian, I don’t drink, do drugs or smoke so what else can I do? I wasn’t unaware of wellness but something wasn’t working for me and I told my doctor “I don’t feel great”.

‘She told me my body was acidic, it was down to stress, travel and lack of sleep.’

The in-demand product hits David Jones’ shelves on 10 August, and no doubt will have health addicts lining up for a taste. But the supermodel body is not guaranteed.

Starting a craze! The U.S based beauty's health drink has been a smash hit world wide and it's set to launch in Australia in August

Starting a craze! The U.S based beauty’s health drink has been a smash hit world wide and it’s set to launch in Australia in August

One of the original ‘supers’ the Australian businesswoman who has her own lingerie line knows a thing or two about keeping in shape in other ways.

A firm believer in balance the cover girl cites regular exercise, visualisation, meditation and of course her drink for being in fabulous shape.

The U.S-based Sports Illustrated star is said to be one of the celebrities following a new clay drinking craze, according to Grazia magazine.

The clay, which the A-listers mix with water, is said to be rich in magnesium, which bonds with toxins and heavy metals in your body before flushing them all out.


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Off The Grid,

Norwich,

moments ago

She’s been talking to Paltrow…

harry kreme,

sydney, Australia,

moments ago

Her lil sister Mimi n me partied hard in Sydney!

harry kreme,

sydney, Australia,

moments ago

Her lil sister Mimi n me partied hard in Sydney!

LTS,

London, United Kingdom,

moments ago

Great body still it’s true, but really wish she’d let her face age naturally, it looks weird and frozen now

LTS,

London, United Kingdom,

moments ago

Great body still it’s true, but really wish she’d let her face age naturally, it looks weird and frozen now

LTS,

London, United Kingdom,

moments ago

Great body still it’s true, but really wish she’d let her face age naturally, it looks weird and frozen now

Lydia,

NYC,

moments ago

Her body is just unbelievable! If her skin was less sun damaged, she would look 20!

Itsnottrue,

Dundee, United Kingdom,

moments ago

I think the ” I don’t drink or smoke” part, may be more important

clairey21,

Southampton,

7 minutes ago

Wow! Amazing body.

anon e-mouse again,

One Horse Town, United Kingdom,

7 minutes ago

I have fainted. Haha.

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Jul 16, 2014
Nancy Upton

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Foot fetishist faces dangerous offender hearing

Foot fetishist Michael James Fells will have his dangerous offender hearing in December.

Fells, 31, could be facing an indefinite prison sentence if the Crown succeeds in convincing the court to declare him a dangerous offender.

In January, Fells was convicted of sexually assaulting a nine-year-old London, Ont., girl.

Justice Alison Harvison Young found Fells guilty of sexually assaulting the London girl, but acquitted him of sexually assaulting a 21-year-old single Toronto mom.

The judge found Fells, 31, molested the child by forcing her to lie on a basement mattress after he slept with the girl’s mother on Jan. 12, 2012.

Fells threatened the girl, striking her on the knees if she didn’t obey his commands, court heard.

The crime happened 10 days after he had been released from a Hamilton jail where he spent a year for duping seven women into submitting to foot massages for his pleasure. “Absent collusion or conspiracy, it is objectively impossible that the girl could have described the identical sexual behaviour that Mr. Fells has (admittedly) engaged in on numerous occasions if it had not occurred,” wrote the judge.

A psychiatric assessment — the first step in the dangerous offender process — has already been completed and the judge set Dec. 8-12 as the tentative hearing dates.

In 2008, Fells was convicted of similar offences against seven women in Halifax.

He rubbed their feet against his penis while posing as a foot massage or reflexology student.

 

Jul 14, 2014
Nancy Upton

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Jul 13, 2014
Nancy Upton

Simon Cowell Gets Lost in Search of Colonic

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Simon Cowell got a bit mixed up recently when he entered a reflexology center seeking a different sort of treatment–a colonic. Yes, the X Factor mogul and former American Idol judge regularly has his insides flushed out via a hose-like device inserted in his–well, you get the picture. How lovely for the person who gets to administer such a procedure–eyeballing Simon Cowell’s nether regions as they stick the tube in for a good cleansing.

The people in the reflexology center apparently snickered a bit before pointing Cowell in the right direction–which was apparently just a couple of doors down.

“Am I in the right place for a colonic?” Cowell reportedly asked, with a source adding, “He took a look around, checking out the foot maps. Staff disguised snickers when he then asked about his colonic appointment.”

“One quietly pointed out he was in a reflexology clinic and the place he needed was up the road,” a source adds. The staff likely enjoyed a few more laughs at poor Simon’s expense as he walked over to the proper establishment.

He left and enjoyed a few other ‘treatments’ at the spa where he received his colonic. Simon apparently enjoyed a hand waxing (do you suppose he has exceedingly hairy knuckles?) and a–wait for it–sheep placenta facial. Yes, you read that correctly. How disgusting does that sound? Of course for someone who regularly undergoes the flushing out of his bottom by an ‘expert’ it’s probably not so far off the spectrum.

Simon Cowell and his girlfriend Lauren Silverman are parents to a 4-month old baby boy named Eric. Cowell supposedly doesn’t change diapers. Do you suppose that parenting stipulation–and his love of colonics–indicates a serious fear of fecal matter? Are there more serious issues at hand (or behind, as the case may be) here?

Hopefully all of Simon Cowell’s problems have been flushed out and waxed off for the moment and he is feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Some people really do swear by the health benefits of colonics. And then other people–well, they like to snicker along with the staff at the reflexology spa and imagine–if only for a few seconds–how one must look when undergoing such a procedure.

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Vail Valley Bizwatch: Find relaxation at Simply Massage Vail

• Business name: Simply Massage Vail.

• Location: Inside the Holiday Inn in West Vail.

• Date opened: 2008.

• Owner: Karen Taylor.

• Contact info: Call 970-476-7223 or go to www.simplymassage.com.

• What goods or services do you provide? Our therapists are trained in Swedish, deep tissue, sports, injury, pre/post natal massage, as well as trigger point, reflexology, and cranial sacral therapy. We offer 30-, 60-, or 90-minute sessions and also offer package deals and gift cards. We also offer a program where if you buy five massages, you get the sixth free. That’s a great deal for people that live in the valley or people traveling in a group, because they are fully transferable and never expire.

• What’s new or exciting at your place? We are currently running a locals special, giving $10 off our 60- or 90-minute sessions.

• What strategy do you use to differentiate your business from your competition? Simply Massage lives up to its name by focusing solely on award-winning massage services. Our mountain towns are filled with services aimed at those looking for an occasional indulgence, but we cater to those who need massage that produces results at a fraction of the price. Sometimes massage is a necessity for optimal health, relaxation, pain management, or injury recovery. That’s why we created an environment and price structure for those who simply need massage.

• What philosophy do you follow in dealing with your customers? What can your customers expect from you? Simply Massage wants all of our clients to fully experience the benefits of massage, and that takes regular work with a therapist. We hope our pricing structure encourages you to integrate massage into your life. Massage detoxifies the body, increases immune system function, increases strength and flexibility, reduces pain, increases range of motion, improves muscle tone, and aids in injury prevention and recovery. Mood and mind are benefited as well.

• Tell us a little about your background, education and experience: I have a BA in psychology from the University of Colorado. I worked and learned from my dad, Robert Taylor, a successful entrepreneur in all area of his business, Minnetonka Inc., helping to invent Softsoap, and marketing Calvin Klein Cosmetics, Obsession and Eternity perfumes.

I’ve been on the board of directors of Graham Webb International for five years, a salon-based hair care products company. I’m a previous business owner, wholesale jewelry, designed, manufactured, and sold to upscale women’s clothing stores nationwide.

• What is the most humorous thing that has happened at your business since you opened? Unfortunately, due to confidentiality in our area of business, I’m not able to disclose any of the humorous stories!


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