“Christmas in September” this Saturday

With a bit of an autumn chill in the air, it may help set the mood for the annual Three Hills “Christmas in September” Farmer’s Market scheduled for this Saturday (Sept. 23.), at the Three Hills Curling Rink. Doors open at 11 AM and the market runs until 4 PM.

The theme for a Farmer’s Market is “Make it, Bake it, or Grow it” and a regulation determines that 80% of the product available must fit that description. That allows up to 20% that could be classified

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Kneehill Historical Society celebrates summer

Forty volunteers, supporters and directors of the Kneehill Historical Society came together August 23rd for an evening, ‘Celebrating the Summer’, at the Museum. The supper, with program, gave Society members an opportunity to thank many people who had contributed to progress at the Museum this summer, and especially, to showcase the work and research projects of the 2017 summer season employees, Manager Catherine Loewen and her assistants, Jonathan Munan and Nicole Tainsh.


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New Tennis Courts to include Pickleball

Tomko, of Calgary, were in Three Hills last Friday to pave the new tennis courts. Tomko are tennis court specialists and were in town earlier to test the court base to ensure that it was stable. The pavement must now cure before they return to apply the new (plexipave) court surface. The court lines for three tennis courts will be applied along with four pickle ball courts. Pickleball will take up two tennis courts and one court will remain tennis only. The public is asked to please stay off th

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48th Annual Flower, Baking & Photography Show held in Trochu

Leona Pryor, the chief organizer and spokesperson for the Trochu 48th Annual Flower, Baking & Photography Show, was quite pleased with the number and quality of submissions to the event held at the Community Hall on August 16.

Doors opened at 2 pm and refreshments, (home baking, luncheon sandwiches and tea) were being served from 2 to 4 pm. The chicken supper, prepared by Sweet Grass Café, was served at 6:00 pm.

Mrs. Pryor indicated that there was an especially good showing in the ve

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