The Community Spirit calendars are here

See you soon at the North Thompson Aboriginal Cultural down by the post office

Editor, The Times:

The Community Spirit calendars have arrived. They are available at the North Thompson Aboriginal Cultural Centre – open Tuesday through Fridays, 10 – 4.

We hope you will enjoy our Fun in the North Thompson featured picture this year – it shows the group of people who finished the bike trails. Thanks to Shelly Graffunder for the picture.

One thing that I very much enjoy about the Community Spirit calendar is that it notes many of the community events – making it easy for you to see when and where the bingo, bunco, cribbage or dart games will be held. We’ve tried to identify most of the pre-scheduled fun events and even some of the meetings.

One last thing, if you ordered a calendar and said you would pay later, please remember that, as we will be counting on you to bring along your payment.

See you soon at the NT Aboriginal Cultural down by the post office. Perhaps you will stop for a coffee or browse the gift shop and museum while you’re picking up the calendar. We welcome all folks who stop by and have a look!

Cheryl Thomas


North Thompson Aboriginal Cultural Centre



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