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Open house showcases NLLS renovations

Open house showcases NLLS renovations

Last Tuesday’s open house at Northern Lights Library System’s newly renovated headquarters provided visitors with eye-opening insight on the system’s day-to-day operation as well as an opportunity to admire the newly enlarged and refurbished facility

Extravaganza lights up Friday night

Multicoloured lights soared to the top of the tall pines and swagged on roof and fence at the Elk Point Visitor Information Eco Centre and icicle lights twinkled and reflected off the ice of a freshly-made, bale-encircled outdoor skating rink at the

Chamber rounds up walkers for march toward trails

Elk Point Chamber of Commerce devoted their Nov. 17 meeting to rounding up a number of local recreational walking enthusiasts and tracking down their input on the town’s proposed network of pedestrian trails.

All set for Friday's Extravaganza

The big evening is just about here: Elk Point’s Christmas Extravaganza goes Friday, and the Elk Point Chamber of Commerce and their energetic community volunteers are working at fever pitch to put the final touches in place.

Council creating, reviewing bylaws

Elk Point’s first-ever cemetery bylaw and reviews of bylaws regulating off-highway vehicles and noise are in the works, with all three discussed at the first regular meeting for the new configuration of town council.

Extravaganza planning in final stages

Elk Point’s annual Christmas Extravaganza is just over two weeks away, and the final touches are being added to the plans for the late afternoon and evening of Friday, Nov. 26.

Extravaganza planning in final stages

Elk Point’s annual Christmas Extravaganza is just over two weeks away, and the final touches are being added to the plans for the late afternoon and evening of Friday, Nov. 26.

Heritage partners renewing ties

The first meeting of the Lakeland Heritage Partners in almost two years was held at Fort George and Buckingham House interpretive centre last week, in hopes of revitalizing the group and getting back to work on making its goals a reality.

Heritage partners renewing ties

The first meeting of the Lakeland Heritage Partners in almost two years was held at Fort George and Buckingham House interpretive centre last week, in hopes of revitalizing the group and getting back to work on making its goals a reality.
Victim Services society in the works

Victim Services society in the works

Elk Point is well on its way to having its own Victim Services society, after 15 years under the St. Paul and District Victim Services umbrella. St.