Sports

Some curling returns to Slave

Curling Alberta has given clubs in ‘enhanced’ zones the green light for allowing individual, one-on-one, and family (same household) practices.
So we are opening up the club starting Wednesday, December 2nd for individuals, one-on-ones, and families from the same household to book a sheet.

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Moonlight Madness, probably

Moonlight Madness will be Friday, Nov. 20, unless the Alberta Health Services (AHS) COVID-19 restrictions change between the paper going to print and when it comes out.
Slave Lake and District Chamber of Commerce puts on this annual event.

Sports

No kids’ soccer until spring in Slave Lake

The Slave Lake Minor Soccer Association will not have a winter indoor season in 2020-21. In a normal year, this would be November to December and February to March.
With COVID-19 restrictions, kids are encouraged to only be part of one sports cohort, says new association president Gabriel ‘Gabi’ Angelescu.

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Holiday markets return in Slave Lake

The All Season Market and Slave Lake Farmers Market have joined forces to offer some seasonal shopping in the Slave Lake Multi Rec Centre (MRC).
Since 2013, Melissa Baxter and Chelsea Saluk have organized All Season Markets around major holidays: Valentines, Easter, Halloween, and Christmas.