Cochrane, Alberta’s Weekend Event Round-Up – Nov. 1/19

Good afternoon Cochrane, I apologize for being tardy! Let’s get started with the weekend fun, shall we?

> Welcome to our Photo of the Week business Sponsor, Montana’s BBQ. Look for more about this Cochrane restaurant in the coming weeks! Head over to their Facebook page & give these local owners a ‘like’!

> The Giving Tree Christmas Project is looking for Cochrane retailers to help! Reach out to Sam (me!) if you think you would be interested.

Friday, November 1 –
> 9am – Open Corner: Free coworking every month
> 11am – Airdrie Christmas Show
> 6:30pm – Halloween Dance at St. Andrew’s United – All Ages~
> 7:30pm – Karaoke Halloween Edition
> 8:30pm – Halloween Weekend at The Venue

Saturday, November 2 –
> 9am – Crossfield Christmas Market
> 10am – Tangled Tree Christmas Artisan Market, Cochrane!
> 10am – Springbank Christmas Market
> 10am – 26th Annual Chestermere Artisan Show
> 11am – Airdrie Christmas Show
> 12pm – Let’s Talk Budget pop-up engagement
> 1pm – Ladies Auxiliary Poppy Tea and Bake Sale
> 5pm – Chase the Ace
> 6pm – Cochrane Ladies Night Fundraiser Prosecco and Pearls
> 6pm – Dia De Los Muertos at The Stump Tavern + DJ Wild Bill + UFC
> 6pm – In Memory of Superhero Kim Petitclerc + Halloween Weekend at The Venue *Pick up tickets at the Venue or reach out to Marni Rae Fedeyko.

Sunday, November 3 –
> 10am – Springbank Christmas Market
> 10am – Mountain Made November Christmas Market in Canmore
> 4pm – Turkey Supper at Cochrane United Church
> 5pm – Sunday Night Jam at The Venue Bar & Grill

x Samantha

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Samantha Nickerson

Samantha is the Founder of Urbancasual.ca and is also the Lead Content Creator. She is a community inspired individual who is always looking for better ways to serve and connect the community, whether it be through the sharing of stories or organizing local events.

Samantha also designs websites & is a digital marketer.

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