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LAUNCH YEAR OF THE GROUSE 2019 at The Village Inn, Pigeon Lake

  • Village Inn 31-24 Wicks St Mulhurst, AB, T0C 2C0 Canada (map)

Happy New Year Everyone!

I hope the New Year brings many great things to you, your Communities - and to Everyone in Battle River this very  special . . . YEAR of the GROUSE . . . 

This invitation is for an informal gathering of diverse local and regional people who are planning 2019 events that engage communities along the entire Battle River from the headwaters at Battle Lake to Battleford where the river joins the North Saskatchewan River. 


- Mamio (Grouse) from Cree legends. 

- Writing Contest: Schools across Alberta: Judy Louis, Shirley Cire, Parklands Regional Library

- A story inspired by a real mother grouse on Mt. Butte at Battle Lake. Co=Chair Jane Ross will present her story, "Who will Speak for the Mother Grouse?" Other artists and local dignitaries will also attend.

- Invitation to participate: If you would like to present a poem, story, or other art form, please consider this our invitation to do so.

Coffee, water and treats will be provided.ed. Food available for purchase.

RSVP is not required, but preferred so Inn Staff
can accommodate everyone: Call:  780 335 1947

Thank You in advance for your interest. We are excited about hearing your ideas and about the events you are planning. This will help connect communities prepare for some great fun and learning this year.

Please feel free to invite or forward this message to anyone else you think may want to be part of this  event and the unfolding of the many upcoming events and planning meetings throughout 2019.

It's about Communities, and  together we are one very large community connected by the waters of the Battle River.

Working together from Battle Lake to Battleford 
to connect us all through the waters of the Battle River.

Thank You.

Susan C. Kokas, Host, Pigeon Lake Event,
Member of the Battle River LGAAA Working Group 2019.
T: 780-335-1947

2019 events that will explore Grouse and its situation. Check elsewhere in this website for additional details.

Arts that flow as stories from our landscape.