BEAVER REGIONAL ARTS SOCIETY CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF ENTERTAINMENT:
– Music: Country, Folk, Gospel, Blues, Classical, Jazz, Choral
THANK YOU TO:
– Our long term season series ticket holders
– All other theatre patrons
– The bus groups for their continued support
– Board members past and present
– Technical volunteers past and present
– The community and church groups for the wonderful suppers
– Alberta Foundation for the Arts
– Beaver County and the Village of Holden
– Everyone else who has volunteered their time and contributed to our success
CELEBRATE WITH US:
Join us for anniversary cake and punch during intermission at each of our performances
BEAVER REGIONAL ARTS SOCIETY PROUDLY ANNOUNCES IT’S 40th SEASON
The Paragon Theatre was built in 1952 and operated as a movie theatre until 1964 or 1965. The building was closed from 1965 until 1978.
In the 1970’s Beaver County Recreation and Parks Administrator George Baker had a dream of a regional arts centre for the people. With the help of numerous civic – minded individuals and Beaver Country’s purchase of the Paragon Movie Theatre in Holden for the princely sum of $1.00 the dream took on a life of its own.
The Beaver Regional Arts Society was formed in 1976. Its mandate was to manage the new 285 seat Beaver Regional Arts Centre facility, which was formally opened on March 17, 1979, making the dream a reality.
From 1979 to 2016 the Beaver Regional Arts Centre was operated by the Beaver Regional Arts Society.
From 2016 until the present, the facility is being operated by Beaverhill Players who changed the name back to the Paragon Theatre.
It was a movie theatre for 13 years It was unused for 13 years It was the Beaver Regional Arts Centre for 37 years Now has been the Paragon Theatre for 3 years
Members of the Beaver Regional Arts Society were undoubtedly responsible for the successful operation of the facility and keeping it open for all those years. The Beaver Regional Arts Society now rents the theatre from Beaverhill Players to host the annual season series of four performances.
Please help us bring suicide awareness from the shadows and into the light by joining our lunchtime walk.
Meet us in front of the Beaver County office at 12 o’clock noon.
Brought to you in partnership by:
Village of Ryley
FCSS Tofield/Ryley/Beaver County West
FCSS Viking Beaver
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May 06, 2019 Media inquiries
Municipal Affairs Minister Kaycee Madu issued the following statement on Emergency Preparedness Week in Alberta:
“Disasters and emergencies can strike at any time. The goal of this year’s national Emergency Preparedness Week, May 5-11, is to raise awareness that all Albertans have a role to play in building safer communities.”
“There are simple steps each of us can take to better prepare ourselves and our loved ones.”
* Know the risks <https://www.alberta.ca/emergency-preparedness.aspx>
– Find out more about your community’s emergency plans by contacting your local municipal office. Know these risks and the best way to respond to them.
* Make a plan <https://www.alberta.ca/make-an-emergency-plan.aspx>
– An emergency plan will help you cope with the stress of a disaster. Make a plan for what your family will do and who they will contact during an emergency.
* Build a kit <https://www.alberta.ca/build-an-emergency-kit.aspx>
– In an emergency, you and your family should be prepared for a minimum of 72 hours.
Build your kit to suit your particular needs with enough non-perishable food, water, medicines, warm clothes and comfort items for all family members.
“I encourage all Albertans to download the Alberta Emergency Alert <https://www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca/content/about/signup.html> app to their cellphones. Alberta issues alerts to provide critical information about an immediate disaster, where it is happening and what action you need to take to stay safe.”
“On May 8, the national alerting system will test the alert across Canada. The national system complements the Alberta Emergency Alert system, which issues alerts through radio, television, social media and cellphones for critical and emerging issues in Alberta.”
* Emergency Preparedness Week events in Alberta
* Emergency preparedness
* Sign up to receive alerts
* National wireless alerting system: Alert Ready
* Government of Canada: Get prepared
“In the little village of Holden, AB, that boasts “The Charm of Country Living” as their slogan, one might be surprised to find leading-edge approaches to seniors wellness. Earlier this month, The Beaver Foundation, which operates seniors housing in this small rural community, passed a motion to approve prescribed cannabis smoking. The decision is definitely novel for Albertan communities, but not unprecedented. Cannabis use among seniors continues to grow and has been linked to major health benefits.”
Beaver Foundation provides well-maintained, affordable and adequate housing accommodation and care for seniors and low-income individuals, through the operation of 4 lodges and 5 self-contained facilities. The Beaver Foundation facilities are located with in Beaver County, which include The Town of Tofield, Village of Ryley, The Village of Holden and The Town of Viking.
Beaver Foundation is one of the few Management bodies that has retained smoking rooms within 2 of the lodges it operates, Holden Lodge and Vialta Lodge in Viking. Although both lodges currently allow smoking in the designated indoor smoke rooms, only Holden Lodge will be approved for smoking and vaping use of medical Marijuana. Once legislation is approved on October 17th, 2018, Holden lodge smoke room will allow non-prescribed marijuana use in the designated smoke room.
The village of Holden is conveniently located 30 minutes from four hospitals and provides many inhouse services.
For further information or to book a tour of Holden Lodge, please call
Owen Ligard, CAO
Maria Shihinski, Manager
Help the Paragon Theatre get back on track!
To replace the movies and sound equipment lost to the recent break in’s at Paragon in Holden, we welcome any donations big or small at our donation boxes located at:
Country Bottle Depot outside Holden
Country Kitchen Restaurant in Holden
Holden Village Office
For any further information or donate please contact Beaverhill Players at 780-688-2464 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Your serious consideration and participation is Appreciated!
The Village of Ryley Council will be holding a special meeting of Council on June 29, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. at the Village Office.
The purpose of the meeting will be to review the following:
Draft Bylaw 2018-927 Village of Ryley Procedural Bylaw
Draft Bylaw 2018-930 Village of Ryley Code of Conduct Bylaw