We’re headed for the rhubarb
Morinville Centennial Community Gardens Society member Paula Collins was getting the rhubarb ready for the homemade pastry and cakes cooking class held Thursday night at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre. More than 15 people showed up for the session. – Lucie Roy Photo
What’s cooking, Val?
Valerie Loseth holds the Morinville Centennial Gardens’ Growing Back to Our Roots Cook Book, freshly off the press last week. Loseth said the book of local recipes that can be made with local produce is available for sale at the Morinville Farmers’ Market and hopefully some other locations in town soon. The book sells for $10. All proceeds will be used by the society for the gardens and the groups various programs. Anyone wanting to purchase a book can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Snow much fun
Town employee Brad Atkinson was watching as Morinville Summer Camp students were painting some of the equipment at Public Works Friday afternoon. Atkinson was behind the idea of having kids paint the Town’s snow removal equipment and said he got the idea from a magazine. – Lucie Roy Photo
Graffiti in the Park
Morinville Summer Camp students Evan and Alex Sorochan participated in the Graffiti in the Park with artist Joshua Delaney Paul on Friday afternoon at the Bob Foster Extreme Sport Park. The students asked questions and learned the basics of color and outline and had an opportunity to create their own art.
Mixing things up
Morinville Summer Camp students Maude Savoie and Connor Maynard were learning how to make a modeling compound using flour, food coloring, oil and salt during Wacky Backwards Week at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre July 10. The putty-like substance can be used by young children for art and craft projects at home. – Lucie Roy Photo
Hunting for worms
Jack Reiter attempts to eat three gummy worms hidden in whipped cream, one of three games Morinville Summer Camp students participated in July 10 during Wacky Backwards Week. – Lucie Roy Photo