Treks & Travels Seniors Trips: Mayfield Dinner Theatre - 2 Pianos, 4 Hands

Time: Sep 21, 3:45 pm - Oct 21, 11:00 pm
Location: Mayfield Dinner Theatre - Edmonton, Alberta

2 Pianos 4 Hands

Piano wizardry and laugh-out-loud comedy come together in the story of two men and their life-long
pursuit of becoming concert pianist superstars.

Wednesday, September 21
Showtime 7:30pm
Course ID # 8127

TICKET PRICES:
Senior Circle Member, age 60+ $83.00
NON Senior Circle Member, age 60+ $131.60

All ticket prices are subject to GST.
Registration deadline: August 16


Bus departure:
Whitecourt Seniors Circle - 3:45pm
Cottonwood Esso - 4:00pm
Mayerthorpe, Fields - 4:15pm

 

Whitecourt Farmers' Market

Time: Oct 04, 11:00 am - Oct 05, 2:00 pm
Location: Royal Canadian Legion Branch #44, Whitecourt

Whitecourt Farmer's Market

Open 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, Every Tuesday from May 3 - October 4, 2022

For more information, visit their Facebook page here.

GriefShare - Weekly Grief Support Group

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Crossroads Community Church, 4710 44 Avenue, Mayerthorpe

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, whether your loss is recent or from years ago, you are welcome to attend GriefShare. You do not have to journey through your grief alone. GriefShare is a confidential, faith-based support group facilitated by caring, compassionate people who will journey with you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You will receive support and encouragement from people who understand what you are going through as you recover from your loss.

GriefShare support group meets Tuesdays, from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Crossroads Community Church, 4719 44 Avenue, in Mayerthorpe.

Each weekly meeting includes a video seminar, small group discussion and personal workbook exercises. There is also a time of fellowship and a selection of snacks and beverages to enjoy each evening. This weekly support group costs just $25 which includes all materials plus your personal GriefShare Workbook. Each week is designed to 'stand alone' and is not dependent on attending the previous week's session. Next session begins September 13, 2022. Pre-registration is required; please call 780-786-2695.

In the Loop: Mental Health

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre

Teens have stress too! Join Trevor Haas from Alberta Health Services as he talks to parents about their teen's mental health. 

This is a free, drop-in event. Light refreshments will be provided. For further questions, contact Kass at 780-778-6209.

Enchanted Forest Walk Ends

Time: All Day
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre

Head out on our enchanted forest walk at the Forest Interpretive Centre. Fairies, gnomes, and magical creatures hide out along this 1km trail, so grab our magical hunt checklist and see if you can find them all. Checklists can be picked up at the Allan & Jean Millar Centre, trail entrance or go online: https://rec.whitecourt.ca under special events to print it off. Drop off completed checklists at the
Allan & Jean Millar Centre and receive a prize!

Creatures will only be hiding in the forest from September 10 - October 7, 2022, so be sure to find them all before they're gone!

Economic Development Committee Meeting

Time: 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

The Economic Development Committee includes appointed public members, a representative from the Chamber of Commerce and Council representatives. The Committee assists with furthering the interests of Whitecourt in the areas of economic development and tourism.

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

Whitecourt Town Council Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre - Council Chambers

Regular Meetings of Council are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving Council and Council Committee meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  Regular Meetings of Council are held in Council Chambers at the Forest Interpretive Centre.  

GriefShare - Weekly Grief Support Group

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Crossroads Community Church, 4710 44 Avenue, Mayerthorpe

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, whether your loss is recent or from years ago, you are welcome to attend GriefShare. You do not have to journey through your grief alone. GriefShare is a confidential, faith-based support group facilitated by caring, compassionate people who will journey with you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You will receive support and encouragement from people who understand what you are going through as you recover from your loss.

GriefShare support group meets Tuesdays, from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Crossroads Community Church, 4719 44 Avenue, in Mayerthorpe.

Each weekly meeting includes a video seminar, small group discussion and personal workbook exercises. There is also a time of fellowship and a selection of snacks and beverages to enjoy each evening. This weekly support group costs just $25 which includes all materials plus your personal GriefShare Workbook. Each week is designed to 'stand alone' and is not dependent on attending the previous week's session. Next session begins September 13, 2022. Pre-registration is required; please call 780-786-2695.

Community Services Advisory Board Meeting

Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

Regular Meetings of the Community Services Advisory Board are generally held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

Whitecourt Tourism Committee Meeting

Time: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

Whitecourt Tourism is an advisory committee to Council that furthers the interests of tourism in our community.

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

Municipal Planning Commission Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) deals with land use planning matters with particular emphasis on the Land Use Bylaw.

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

In the Loop: What is going On(line)?

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre

Do you want your kids to stop saying "ok boomer" to you? Join Wellspring and the RCMP to learn about online safety. 

This is a free, drop-in event. Light refreshments will be provided. For further questions, contact Kass at 780-778-6209.

Tim Horton's Community Fun Night: Pirate Night!

Time: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

Community Fun Night is back for Fall 2022!

Everyone is welcome to join in! Check out our fun and FREE Fieldhouse activities at the Allan & Jean Millar Centre. Our inflatable obstacle course will be up and ready to go for all Tim Hortons Community Fun Nights!

Ahoy, Matey! Join us for a swashbuckling good time! Complete all the pirate challenges and find the gold!

Children under 8 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Policies and Priorities Committee Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

Community members are encouraged to attend Policies and Priorities Committee Meetings. Policies and Priorities Committee Meetings are held the third Monday of each month (except for July, August and December) at 4:00 p.m.  The Committee provides a forum for all members of Council to discuss community issues.  

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

Community Services Advisory Board Special Meeting

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

Regular Meetings of the Community Services Advisory Board are generally held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. 

On occasion, the Board may meet to discuss a special item at hand. On October 18, 2022, the Board will be discussing Budget Deliberations. 

 

 

GriefShare - Weekly Grief Support Group

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Crossroads Community Church, 4710 44 Avenue, Mayerthorpe

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, whether your loss is recent or from years ago, you are welcome to attend GriefShare. You do not have to journey through your grief alone. GriefShare is a confidential, faith-based support group facilitated by caring, compassionate people who will journey with you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You will receive support and encouragement from people who understand what you are going through as you recover from your loss.

GriefShare support group meets Tuesdays, from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Crossroads Community Church, 4719 44 Avenue, in Mayerthorpe.

Each weekly meeting includes a video seminar, small group discussion and personal workbook exercises. There is also a time of fellowship and a selection of snacks and beverages to enjoy each evening. This weekly support group costs just $25 which includes all materials plus your personal GriefShare Workbook. Each week is designed to 'stand alone' and is not dependent on attending the previous week's session. Next session begins September 13, 2022. Pre-registration is required; please call 780-786-2695.

Ad Hoc Culture & Events Centre Partnership/Sponsorship Committee

Time: 1:15 pm - 2:45 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt

Meetings of the Ad Hoc Culture & Events Centre Partnership/Sponsorship Committee are generally held semi-monthly, or as necessary. Meetings are held in the boardroom at the Town Administration Office.

In the Loop: 2SLGBTQ+

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre

Not just for parents of 2SLGBTQ+ identifying folk! This session will provide education on the 2SLGBTQ+ community for parents who would like to learn more. 

This is a free, drop-in event. Light refreshments will be provided. For further questions, contact Kass at 780-778-6209.

 

Whitecourt Town Council Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre - Council Chambers

Regular Meetings of Council are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving Council and Council Committee meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  Regular Meetings of Council are held in Council Chambers at the Forest Interpretive Centre.  

Youth Advisory Committee Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

Meetings of the Youth Advisory Committee are generally held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

GriefShare - Weekly Grief Support Group

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Crossroads Community Church, 4710 44 Avenue, Mayerthorpe

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, whether your loss is recent or from years ago, you are welcome to attend GriefShare. You do not have to journey through your grief alone. GriefShare is a confidential, faith-based support group facilitated by caring, compassionate people who will journey with you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You will receive support and encouragement from people who understand what you are going through as you recover from your loss.

GriefShare support group meets Tuesdays, from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Crossroads Community Church, 4719 44 Avenue, in Mayerthorpe.

Each weekly meeting includes a video seminar, small group discussion and personal workbook exercises. There is also a time of fellowship and a selection of snacks and beverages to enjoy each evening. This weekly support group costs just $25 which includes all materials plus your personal GriefShare Workbook. Each week is designed to 'stand alone' and is not dependent on attending the previous week's session. Next session begins September 13, 2022. Pre-registration is required; please call 780-786-2695.

Wellness Exchange Workshop Series: Problem Solving

Time: 6:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

5 skill building workshops, focusing on increasing our ability to cope with change, build resilience, and improve overall well-being; presented in partnership with Alberta Health Services, Mental Health. Register for all 5 workshops or just the ones of interest to you.

Each workshop is free to attend. 

PROBLEM SOLVING
Course ID#: 8121
Wednesday, October 26, 2022 from 6:30-7:30pm
Having effective problem solving skills can help us:
• Clearly define our problems and look for solutions.
• Address the entire situation and influence what we can.
• Increase our confidence in the decisions that we make.

Whitecourt Regional Solid Waste Management Authority Meeting

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Office

Regular Meetings of the Whitecourt Regional Solid Waste Management Authority are generally held once a month at 2:00 p.m.

Municipal Planning Commission Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) deals with land use planning matters with particular emphasis on the Land Use Bylaw.

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

Mr. Mikes Teen Halloween Dance Party

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Location: Mr. Mikes Whitecourt

Mr. Mikes is hosting a Teen, Halloween Dance Party for grades 6-9!

Join us for a FREE evening of fun! Including a costume contest, food, music, dancing and loads of prizes to be won!

For more information, view the poster here. 

Whitecourt Farmers' Market

Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Royal Canadian Legion Branch #44, Whitecourt

Whitecourt Farmers' Markets are back for 2022! Monthly Saturday Farmers' Markets will be running from May - December 2022. 

Trunk or Treat

Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Downtown Whitecourt

Trunk or Treat is back for the 2022 Halloween Season!

Free and fun for all ages!

Shine a Light: Family Violence Awareness Initiative

Time: All Day
Location: Town of Whitecourt

November 1st marks the beginning of Family Violence Awareness month. Join us at the Allan & Jean Millar Centre for our annual Shine a Light event. 

For more information, view the poster here.

GriefShare - Weekly Grief Support Group

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Crossroads Community Church, 4710 44 Avenue, Mayerthorpe

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, whether your loss is recent or from years ago, you are welcome to attend GriefShare. You do not have to journey through your grief alone. GriefShare is a confidential, faith-based support group facilitated by caring, compassionate people who will journey with you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You will receive support and encouragement from people who understand what you are going through as you recover from your loss.

GriefShare support group meets Tuesdays, from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Crossroads Community Church, 4719 44 Avenue, in Mayerthorpe.

Each weekly meeting includes a video seminar, small group discussion and personal workbook exercises. There is also a time of fellowship and a selection of snacks and beverages to enjoy each evening. This weekly support group costs just $25 which includes all materials plus your personal GriefShare Workbook. Each week is designed to 'stand alone' and is not dependent on attending the previous week's session. Next session begins September 13, 2022. Pre-registration is required; please call 780-786-2695.

Wellness Exchange Workshop Series: Positive Activites

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

5 skill building workshops, focusing on increasing our ability to cope with change, build resilience, and improve overall well-being; presented in partnership with Alberta Health Services, Mental Health. Register for all 5 workshops or just the ones of interest to you.

Each workshop is free to attend. 

POSITIVE ACTIVITIES
Course ID#: 8122
Wednesday, November 2, 2022 from 6:30-7:30pm
Regular positive activities can help us:
• Feel more connected to ourselves, our values, and others.
• Increase our sense of hope, meaning and purpose.
• Improve our physical and emotional health.

Pub Foods with the Dudes

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Location: Smitty's Whitecourt

Whitecourt Family Violence Initiative Presents:

Pub Foods with the Dudes!

Join us at Smitty's on November 3, at 7:00 p.m. for pub foods with the dudes!

For more information on how to register, and details for the event, view the poster here.

Tim Horton's Community Fun Night: Art Attack!

Time: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

Community Fun Night is back for Fall 2022!

Everyone is welcome to join in! Check out our fun and FREE Fieldhouse activities at the Allan & Jean Millar Centre. Our inflatable obstacle course will be up and ready to go for all Tim Hortons Community Fun Nights!

A full night of fun and creativity! Drawing, taping and crafting galore!

Children under 8 years must be accompanied by an adult.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Economic Development Committee Meeting

Time: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

The Economic Development Committee includes appointed public members, a representative from the Chamber of Commerce and Council representatives. The Committee assists with furthering the interests of Whitecourt in the areas of economic development and tourism.

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

GriefShare - Weekly Grief Support Group

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Crossroads Community Church, 4710 44 Avenue, Mayerthorpe

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, whether your loss is recent or from years ago, you are welcome to attend GriefShare. You do not have to journey through your grief alone. GriefShare is a confidential, faith-based support group facilitated by caring, compassionate people who will journey with you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You will receive support and encouragement from people who understand what you are going through as you recover from your loss.

GriefShare support group meets Tuesdays, from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Crossroads Community Church, 4719 44 Avenue, in Mayerthorpe.

Each weekly meeting includes a video seminar, small group discussion and personal workbook exercises. There is also a time of fellowship and a selection of snacks and beverages to enjoy each evening. This weekly support group costs just $25 which includes all materials plus your personal GriefShare Workbook. Each week is designed to 'stand alone' and is not dependent on attending the previous week's session. Next session begins September 13, 2022. Pre-registration is required; please call 780-786-2695.

Community Services Advisory Board Meeting

Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

Regular Meetings of the Community Services Advisory Board are generally held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Wellness Exchange Workshop Series: Managing Reactions

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

5 skill building workshops, focusing on increasing our ability to cope with change, build resilience, and improve overall well-being; presented in partnership with Alberta Health Services, Mental Health. Register for all 5 workshops or just the ones of interest to you.

Each Workshop is free to attend.

MANAGING REACTIONS
Course ID#: 8123
Wednesday, November 9, 2022 from 6:30-7:30pm
Managing our reactions can help us:
• Protect our well-being.
• Maintain our healthy connections.
• Make effective decisions.
• Respond to stressors in healthy ways.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Municipal Planning Commission Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) deals with land use planning matters with particular emphasis on the Land Use Bylaw.

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Whitecourt Town Council Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre - Council Chambers

Regular Meetings of Council are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving Council and Council Committee meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  Regular Meetings of Council are held in Council Chambers at the Forest Interpretive Centre.  

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

GriefShare - Weekly Grief Support Group

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Crossroads Community Church, 4710 44 Avenue, Mayerthorpe

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, whether your loss is recent or from years ago, you are welcome to attend GriefShare. You do not have to journey through your grief alone. GriefShare is a confidential, faith-based support group facilitated by caring, compassionate people who will journey with you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You will receive support and encouragement from people who understand what you are going through as you recover from your loss.

GriefShare support group meets Tuesdays, from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Crossroads Community Church, 4719 44 Avenue, in Mayerthorpe.

Each weekly meeting includes a video seminar, small group discussion and personal workbook exercises. There is also a time of fellowship and a selection of snacks and beverages to enjoy each evening. This weekly support group costs just $25 which includes all materials plus your personal GriefShare Workbook. Each week is designed to 'stand alone' and is not dependent on attending the previous week's session. Next session begins September 13, 2022. Pre-registration is required; please call 780-786-2695.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Wellness Exchange Workshop Series: Helpful Thinking

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre

5 skill building workshops, focusing on increasing our ability to cope with change, build resilience, and improve overall well-being; presented in partnership with Alberta Health Services, Mental Health. Register for all 5 workshops or just the ones of interest to you.

Each Workshop is free to attend.

HELPFUL THINKING
Course ID#: 8124
Wednesday, November 16, 2022 from 6:30-7:30pm
Improving helpful thinking skills can:
• Increase our confidence in coping with stressors.
• Improve our mood.
• Reduce the intensity of our reactions.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Policies and Priorities Committee Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

Community members are encouraged to attend Policies and Priorities Committee Meetings. Policies and Priorities Committee Meetings are held the third Monday of each month (except for July, August and December) at 4:00 p.m.  The Committee provides a forum for all members of Council to discuss community issues.  

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Youth Advisory Committee Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

Meetings of the Youth Advisory Committee are generally held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

GriefShare - Weekly Grief Support Group

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Crossroads Community Church, 4710 44 Avenue, Mayerthorpe

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, whether your loss is recent or from years ago, you are welcome to attend GriefShare. You do not have to journey through your grief alone. GriefShare is a confidential, faith-based support group facilitated by caring, compassionate people who will journey with you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You will receive support and encouragement from people who understand what you are going through as you recover from your loss.

GriefShare support group meets Tuesdays, from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Crossroads Community Church, 4719 44 Avenue, in Mayerthorpe.

Each weekly meeting includes a video seminar, small group discussion and personal workbook exercises. There is also a time of fellowship and a selection of snacks and beverages to enjoy each evening. This weekly support group costs just $25 which includes all materials plus your personal GriefShare Workbook. Each week is designed to 'stand alone' and is not dependent on attending the previous week's session. Next session begins September 13, 2022. Pre-registration is required; please call 780-786-2695.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Wellness Exchange Workshop Series: Healthy Connections

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

5 skill building workshops, focusing on increasing our ability to cope with change, build resilience, and improve overall well-being; presented in partnership with Alberta Health Services, Mental Health. Register for all 5 workshops or just the ones of interest to you.

Each Workshop is free to attend.

HEALTHY CONNECTIONS
Course ID#: 8125
Wednesday, November 23, 2022 from 6:30-7:30pm
Building and maintaining healthy connections can:
• Increase our confidence.
• Provide us with a sense of belonging.
• Reduce isolation.
• Build our coping skills and increases our resiliency.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Municipal Planning Commission Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) deals with land use planning matters with particular emphasis on the Land Use Bylaw.

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

AHS Mammography Screen Testing

Time: All Day
Location: Whitecourt Healthcare Centre

November 7-26 at the Whitecourt Healthcare Centre (hospital)

What: AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic

How to book: Call 1-800-667-0604 (toll-free).  Appointments are required.

Cost: None

Who should be screened?

  • Women 50 to 74: This group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
  • Women 40 to 49: Screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which is available online here.
  • Women 75 and over: Can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
  • Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40: Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.

Why are mammograms important? Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our website or call us at 1-800-667-0604.

Whitecourt Farmers' Market

Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Royal Canadian Legion Branch #44, Whitecourt

Whitecourt Farmers' Markets are back for 2022! Monthly Saturday Farmers' Markets will be running from May - December 2022. 

Whitecourt Town Council Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre - Council Chambers

Regular Meetings of Council are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving Council and Council Committee meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  Regular Meetings of Council are held in Council Chambers at the Forest Interpretive Centre.  

GriefShare - Weekly Grief Support Group

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Crossroads Community Church, 4710 44 Avenue, Mayerthorpe

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, whether your loss is recent or from years ago, you are welcome to attend GriefShare. You do not have to journey through your grief alone. GriefShare is a confidential, faith-based support group facilitated by caring, compassionate people who will journey with you through one of life's most difficult experiences. You will receive support and encouragement from people who understand what you are going through as you recover from your loss.

GriefShare support group meets Tuesdays, from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at Crossroads Community Church, 4719 44 Avenue, in Mayerthorpe.

Each weekly meeting includes a video seminar, small group discussion and personal workbook exercises. There is also a time of fellowship and a selection of snacks and beverages to enjoy each evening. This weekly support group costs just $25 which includes all materials plus your personal GriefShare Workbook. Each week is designed to 'stand alone' and is not dependent on attending the previous week's session. Next session begins September 13, 2022. Pre-registration is required; please call 780-786-2695.

Treks and Travels Seniors Trips: Mayfield Dinner Theatre - Vegas Live

Time: 3:45 pm - 11:00 pm
Location: Mayfield Dinner Theatre - Edmonton, Alberta

Vegas Live


Whether you like country, pop, soul, or something a bit more edgy, Vegas LIVE has it all!

Tuesday, December 6
Show time 7:30pm
Course ID # 8128

TICKET PRICES:
Senior Circle Member, age 60+ $89.00
NON Senior Circle Member, age 60+ $137.60

All ticket prices are subject to GST.
Registration deadline: November 17


Bus departure:
Whitecourt Seniors Circle - 3:45pm
Cottonwood Esso - 4:00pm
Mayerthorpe, Fields - 4:15pm

Municipal Planning Commission Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) deals with land use planning matters with particular emphasis on the Land Use Bylaw.

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

Policies and Priorities Committee Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

Community members are encouraged to attend Policies and Priorities Committee Meetings. Policies and Priorities Committee Meetings are held the third Monday of each month (except for July, August and December) at 4:00 p.m.  The Committee provides a forum for all members of Council to discuss community issues.  

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

Community Services Advisory Board Meeting

Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

Regular Meetings of the Community Services Advisory Board are generally held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

Whitecourt Farmers' Market

Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Royal Canadian Legion Branch #44, Whitecourt

Whitecourt Farmers' Markets are back for 2022! Monthly Saturday Farmers' Markets will be running from May - December 2022. 

Whitecourt Town Council Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: Forest Interpretive Centre - Council Chambers

Regular Meetings of Council are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving Council and Council Committee meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  Regular Meetings of Council are held in Council Chambers at the Forest Interpretive Centre.  

Municipal Planning Commission Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Town of Whitecourt Administration Building

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) deals with land use planning matters with particular emphasis on the Land Use Bylaw.

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.  

Youth Advisory Committee Meeting

Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location: Allan & Jean Millar Centre

Meetings of the Youth Advisory Committee are generally held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. 

With the easing of public health restrictions across the province, Whitecourt will be moving meetings back to the regular, in-person format; meetings will no longer be livestreamed via YouTube.