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John Wort Hannam Concert

​Shauna Burke March 15


John Hannam and The Blue Collars entertained St. Paul on Sunday afternoon at the Regional High School theatre. 

The return of Spring


March 23 to March 30


Although the week begins with winter like weather, spring will return by the weekend!


What's happening in St. Paul this week
DateEvent

Monday

March 23

Outdoor Soccer Registration at the Coop Mall 
6:30 to 8:30

Tuesday

March 24

Outdoor Soccer Registration at the Coop Mall 
6:30 to 8:30

Wednesday

March 25

St. Paul Minor Ball Registration at the Coop Mall
5:30 to 7:30


It's Registration Wednesday at the Visual Arts Centre! 4613-53 street just south of the pool next to the golf course.From 10 to 3:00pm 


St. Paul Gymnastics Club Pre-CanGym & CanGym classes.
-Spring session registration 5-7pm (in lobby) old Ecole du Sommet gym

Thursday

March 26

Art and Dance class registration at the Maggie Porozni Foundation for the ARTS building. 3:30 to 5:00 pm

Friday 

March 27

Friday Farmers' Market  at the Rec. Centre' 10:00 am - 2:00 pm


6th Annual Spring Home Based Business Exposition at the St Paul Rec Centre 3 pm to 9 pm

Saturday

March 28

​6th Annual Spring Home Based Business Exposition at the St Paul Rec Centre 10 pm to 4 pm

Sunday

March 29

Spring fling and Easter things. Free family event at St Paul Alliance Church located 1 hour West of St. Paul. 2 to 4 pm


Local Weather Man Celebrates World Meteorological Day 


Daniel Desjardins shares a sweet treat with his friends and co-workers to celebrate World Meteorological Day on March 23. 

Dave Hanson is the new candidate Lac La Biche / St Paul / Two Hills riding for the Wildrose party.


"I hope I can be as effective as Shayne Saskiw has been over the last three years representing this constituency. Other than a few years in Edmonton, Donna and I have lived here all our lives and we would like to see it remain a community our son and daughter will want to move back to." said Hanson.