Councillor Gord Krebs has passed along this invite from Shelley French, County Communications Coordinator:
Anyone interested in solar energy developments is welcome to the Westerdale Hall on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 at 7:00 – 9:00 PM, to listen to a presentation from Daryl Bennett. Mr Bennett is a farmer from southern Alberta and acts as a landowner advocate. Concerns regarding issues which may arise from solar developments will be explored. Those considering a contract with an electrical company would benefit by considering how to mitigate risks.
Westerdale Hall is 6km south of Highway 27 on Secondary Highway 766.
For more information call Karen at 403-556-5564. Questions can also be directed to Councillor Gord Krebs.
With a script by Sundre’s Brian Bailey and music by Bergen’s Jamie Syer, CAMP SPARTAN is a brand new Broadway-style musical. The story follows a diverse bunch of kids and a staff of misfits, who meet at an unconventional summer camp for a week of self-discovery, adventure and music.
CAMP SPARTAN features a local cast of enthusiastic and talented kids, teenagers and adults. The show has been in development for the past year, and in rehearsal since September. With choreography by Sundre’s Kirsti Bennett, the action and singing will be accompanied in performance by a live three-piece band (including Bergen’s Laurie Syer). The family-friendly show runs about 90 minutes.
Come on by the Bergen Hall on Sat. Nov 26, 2022 for the chance to pick up some great holiday gifts and festive treats!
The Market runs from 10 AM – 1 PM and will feature many homemade crafts that are sure to impress those on your gift list. You’ll also find assorted yummy foods to sustain you while you shop, or to store up for future feasts.
Visit this special market for a unique shopping experience among friends and neighbours!
Just a reminder to check out our events calendar for upcoming Winter Walks!
Weather permitting, walks are held Friday mornings, beginning at 10 AM. Each week the starting location is different, so you have the chance to visit lots of areas in lovely Bergen. Typical walks are about four miles, but you can choose your own pace and distance. If you get tired, you can return to your car at any time. For more information, call Sandy Easterbrook. The schedule for upcoming walks is:
November 4: Bergen Road and Range Road 50 going north
November 11: Bergen Road and Range Road 50 going south
November 18: Bergen Road and Range Road 52 going north
November 25: Bergen Road and Range Road 52 going south
December 2: Bergen Road and Range Road 54 going north
Tim will be performing acoustic Canadiana Cowboy Country Music for you to enjoy while you shop local wares at the market. Pick up your fresh produce and handcrafts while enjoying this special musical treat.