Karen Proulx sent us this shot taken on her deck Sunday.
Erynn Watson, The Prairie Witch, shows off some of her Halloween-inspired Gingerbread Men at the Halloween/Christmas Farmers’ Market held Oct. 22 and 23 at the Morinville Rendez-Vous Centre. – Stephen Dafoe Photo
The Morinville & District Chamber of Commerce held its annual Small Business Week Gala and Awards Show Thursday night at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre. This year’s All In For Business theme was a casino theme with a couple of gaming tables for fun and live entertainment ahead of the awards presentation. – Stephen Dafoe Photo
Pianist Simon Abbott performed at the Morinville & District Chamber of Commerce Gala on Oct. 20. – Stephen Dafoe Photo
Work continues on the former The Zoo location at the corner of 100 Avenue and 100 Street. The building is scheduled for demolition after it was recently sold.
Morinville Mayor Simon Boersma and Councillor Rebecca Balanko talk to Morinville resident Derek Brush at the Town of Morinville open house, held Wednesday, Oct. 26. The Open House presented options for the planning of Cardiff Road and 100 Street as well as the100 Avenue and Grandin Avenue intersections. The public can still provide their input on potential designs for traffic and pedestrian improvements at https://engagemorinville.ca. – Lucie Roy Photo
The Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools held a Tea & Bannock Open House Drop-In on Wednesday night in the spirit of reconciliation. Held at the St. Kateri Tekakwitha Academy, the event provided an opportunity to connect over tea and bannock, with a choice of baked or fried to taste with jam. The Open House included many displays, information and an opportunity to speak with Billie-Jo Grant, GSACRD Indigenous Education Consultant and St Kateri Principal Lisa Giacobbo. – Lucie Roy Photo
Ida Brandon sent us this shot of the old structure along the trail near 100 Street north taken on a morning walk.