Our Morinville: The Week in Photos

Here are some of the photos our and other photographers’ lenses caught this week.

First built in 1992 and renovated in 2017, Alexander First Nation broke ground on the Kipohtakaw Education Centre’s modernization and additions project Tuesday morning. You can read the full story here. – Submitted Photo

Ten banners honouring the lives of Morinville and area veterans who paid the ultimate sacrifice will once again be raised over Morinville along 100 Street. You can read the full story here.  – Stephen Dafoe Photo

This year’s Town of Morinville Halloween Family Dance was another sold-out event. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

The Friends of the Library ran the concession.

Catherine and Sebastian Douglas in costume ready for the event.

Don Boutilier sent us this photo on Sunday.

Steph Mantie sent us these two photos of a pileated woodpecker.


Art from the Morinville Community Library’s recent Alberta Culture Days activity is on display outside the library in the foyer. – Stephen Dafoe Photos

Morinville Mayor Simon Boersma speaks to Morinville and District Chamber of Commerce members at their Nov. 2 luncheon. Boersma spoke about the community and council’s strategic plan. – Submitted Photo

The Royal Canadian Legion Morinville Branch No. 176 kicked off its annual Poppy Campaign on Friday, Oct. 28. On hand for presentations were Morinville Deputy Mayor Ray White, Legal Mayor Trina Jones, Morinvlle-St. Albert MLA Dale Nally and members of the Legion Executive and Committee members. Read the full story here. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

A sparrow forages for food on Wednesday afternoon on a Morinville deck. – Stephen Dafoe Photo

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