The Olds, Sundre and Didsbury RCMP Detachments will be at Bergen Hall on May 24 at 6 PM. They will provide information on a number of topics and will be available for questions.BERGEN-Town-Hall
Wednesday morning coffee time (10 AM to Noon) at the Bergen Hall will run from March 2 to March 30.
Join your neighbors for a chat over coffee, tea, and baked goodies.
Find directions to the hall at the Bergen Hall website.
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. Location details are listed on the events calendar. Typical walks are about four miles, but you can choose your own pace and distance.
Winter Walks are a great way to stay healthy and to find inspiration in the great outdoors. Everyone is welcome as long as they are fully vaccinated.
B. S. Productions (Brian Bailey, Jamie Syer) presents a Broadway musical review entitled
All Together Now! at the Sundre Arts Centre.
Choreography by Kirsti Bennett, with live musical accompaniment, including Jamie Syer on piano, Laurie Syer on bass, Brian Bailey on drums.
The show should run about one hour. There will be no intermission, food or bar service. You are welcome to bring your own non-alcoholic beverage.
- Friday Nov 12 at 7:30 pm — SOLD OUT!
- Saturday Nov 13 at 7:30 pm — SOLD OUT!
- Sunday Nov 14 at 3:00 pm — SOLD OUT!
- Sunday Nov 14 at 3:00 pm
Tickets: $15 for in-person show, $10 for live-streaming
Tickets are available online only. To order tickets & for more information: http://www.sundreartscentre.com/all-together-now.html
Health measures adhere to the Alberta Government Restrictions Exemptions Program. Most important: stay home if you have any COVID-19 symptoms!
COVID-19 protocols are in place for everyone’s safety. Everybody is welcome provided you are masked, provide proof of being fully vaccinated (aged 12 and older) or provide proof of a negative, privately-paid test result from a recent (72 hours) sample for those aged 12 and older. The rapid test document must be signed by an accredited health care professional, such as a pharmacist. According to AHS regulations, self-administed tests are not acceptable.
The Bergen Strings will be performing Saturday Sept. 24 from 12:30 – 2:30 PM at the OUTDOOR Sundre Library Alberta Culture Days event!
The Sundre Library will also have a second musical group — Hither & Yon — performing Celtic music from 2:45 – 4 PM, as well as local artists exhibiting work and demonstrating their craft.
Other Culture Days events are being hosted by the Sundre Museum, see their events calendar for details.
This Saturday, Tim Hus – Canadian Country superstar – will be performing live at the Bergen Market from 10 AM to 12:30 PM! The market is open as usual until 1 PM.
If you don’t know Tim’s honest, sincere, and unique brand of musical Canadian storytelling, check out this trailer.
Come on down for some fabulous Canadian Country and Cowboy songs!
Come on by the Bergen Hall between 10 am and 1 pm to visit your favorite vendors and some new ones, too!
Please continue to practice AHS guidelines and physical distancing, until lifting of restrictions is confirmed (as projected for July 1). Please respect the needs of others if they continue to practice safety precautions beyond the government guidelines.
An AHS COVID immunization clinic is being held at the Sundre Community Health Centre for one day only, Wednesday, June 2 for those needing their first dose of vaccine. It runs from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. – by appointment only. Please schedule your appointment online at ahs.ca/COVID or call Health Link at 811. Albertans born in 2009 or before are eligible. Widespread immunization will help all Albertans return to a more normal way of life, sooner.
- Vaccines are a critical way to limit the spread of COVID-19. They are effective and safe. Immunization protects your health, as well as the health of your loved ones and the community.
- Vaccines make your immune system stronger. They build antibodies to help prevent diseases. Immunization is safe. It is much safer to get immunized than to get COVID-19 disease.
- See www.ahs.ca/covid and www.alberta.ca/covid
- COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions | Alberta Health Services