Talk of the Town

Art on display
Morinville Art Club member Jeannine Chalifoux is the current featured artist at the Morinville Museum. Her art work will be on display at the museum until mid-October.

Miracle Treat Day
Chamber President Shaun Thompson worked with DQ staff on Miracle Treat day Thursday. Shaun’s first job years ago was at a DQ.

Pokemon Go
The Festival Society has a Pokemon event coming up we thought you’d like to know about.

Morinville at the Fringe
A Morinville acting veteran is bringing serious topic to Fringe. Read the full story here.


The show will go on

Tickets for the upcoming cultural centre season go on sale Aug. 15. See who’s coming to town here.

Morinville’s got some buzz

Above: With The Morinville News closed for summer company July 30 – Aug. 8, it was good to fire up the camera again last week. There was plenty of buzzing happening around gardens in town. – Stephen Dafoe Photos

Fine dining
A black-capped chickadee gets a little afternoon snack in a Morinville bird feeder.
– Stephen Dafoe Photo

Lancaster Park student Victoria Kentfield is off to Finland with Rotary. You can read her whole story here.


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The Morinville Redliners were representing the town at Rockin’ August in St. Albert over the weekend.

– Submitted Photos

The Father’s House held a free community carnival behind the Ray McDonald Sports Center on Saturday with plenty of games and activities for families.
– Stephen Dafoe Photos

Block Party = Good Times

I wanted to send a few photos taken last night at our block party. We had 34 adults and 14 kids in total. The town gave us a $100 gift card for Sobeys and everyone brought a dish to share. We had a kids table and this fantastic bouncy castle donated by our neighbour and Remax owner, Brent Melville. We sat around a roaring fire and watched the meteor shower with young and old. What a fantastic summer night filled with new friends and our fantastic community neighbours!

Submitted by Rebecca Balanko, Kerri Roberts and Natalie Wiedemann

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