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In brief for August 1

Free swimming, sponsored by the Lions Club, will on Monday, August 6 from 1-5 pm at The Pool @ Central Park. The Premier’s Walleye Cup starts on August 10, which means the boat parade is on August 9 and generally starts around 3 pm. Also on August 11, the Village of Love is holding its annual Party in the Park. An array of singers will perform throughout the day. The weekend of August 17 – 20 is going to be a busy one for Carrot River. Starting on August 17, they will have their annual Flavours of the Outback food event, Brad Johner and his sons will perform and classic cars will be seen cruising down main street. Saturday, the community will host its first amateur rodeo, sanctioned by the KCRA. That same weekend in Nipawin, the Carrot River Valley Studio Trail will connect fans with artists (get a map at the Chamber office) and the women will take to the water for the annual Ladies Fish for Freedom tournament. The RM of Torch River is reminding residents that wild parsnip is a noxious weed and that it can burn skin if it is exposed to the plant’s sap. People who think they may have wild parsnip on their property should contact weed inspector Rick Nilokryly at 306-862-3847.

July 30, 2018 Local Entertainment
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