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February 2016
MARYFIELD DISTRICT LIONS
Community Newsletter
February 2016
CONGRATULATIONS DERRICK
Derrick was presented with the Randy Woytowich
Sportsmanship Award at the 2016 Curlsask
Provincial Junior Men’s Curling Championship held
in Saskatoon Jan 2 to 6. This award is presented
annually to a participant, who chosen by his peers,
displays exemplary conduct
on and off the ice, treats
teammates and fellow
competitors with respect,
expresses appreciation for
sponsors, officials and
volunteers and who is
involved in the development
of the game of curling.
Anyone who has ever curled
with Derrick knows he is truly
a good sport and a very
worthy candidate of this
award. Way to go Derrick!
We are proud to have you as
a member of our club.
Twenty-third Annual
Threshermens Dinner
with RCMP Cst. Jan Indenbosch
(formerly of Moosomin RCMP Detachment)
Justice and Mercy – Can They Co-exist?
Music: Viktor and Luise Berg with Friends
Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 12:00 noon
Lower Auditorium Maryfield, Saskatchewan
Men and boys welcome!
$12:50/plate
Sponsored by Maryfield Associated Gospel Church
For tickets, please contact any of the following:
Dale Thiessen at 646-4341; Bob Thiessen at 646-2060;
Pastor Hans Elgby at 646-2054 (church) or 646-2213 (home)
RINK EVENTS
Feb 5 & 6, 2016 Jr. Boys’ School Districts
February 6, 2016
Wawota 6 & Under Hockey 1:00 p.m.
Wawota 8 & Under Hockey 3:30 p.m.
Come and watch our local youngsters play!
February 7, 2016
Maryfield Youth Bonspiel
To enter, call Janet Lemon, 306-646-4604
Or Nikki Erickson, 306-646-4642
Entry Deadline: Tuesday, Feb. 2
February 11 - 14, 2016
Open Bonspiel
Call Bryan Swallow to enter, 306-646-4324
Entry Deadline: Sunday, February 7
Bonspiel Supper—Saturday, February 13
Maryfield Rink
Non-curlers welcome: $15/person
March 2, 2016
Minispiel
Come on out and watch some curling!
CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD CURLING
Maryfield Curling Club, Maryfield Rec. Board,
Village of Maryfield and surrounding areas wish
our curlers good luck and great shot-making.
Participating in the Women’s Provincials in Prince
Albert, January 27 to 31 are local curlers: Candace
Chisholm and Brooklyn Lemon
Participating in the Masters Regions in Lemberg
February 5 to 7 are local curlers: Lyle Adair and Dale
Percy
FOR SALE
2001 GRAND MARQUIS L.S. Very clean. 125 000
km. No Rust. Also 4 tires on rims to fit above car.
Phone: 306-646-2046.
BUSINESS
Marlee Swallow - Massage Therapy open at
W.W. Fitness, Redvers on Mon. and Tues. & Middle
of No Where Day Spa on Maryfield on Thurs. and
Fri. CALL Marlee Swallow @ 1-306-646-7726.
JCL Therapeutic Massage Therapy - Luise
Berg RMT in Kola, Manitoba. Hours: Monday: 5—
8 p.m. & Tuesday to Friday: 9:30 a.m.—2 p.m.
Call: 1-204-556-2363 (home with answering
machine) or 1-204-512-3363 (cell)
ANNOUNCEMENTS
THANK YOU
In making our move to Moosomin I would like to give
a special thanks to Bruce Lemon, Rob Hill and his
two boys. This was greatly appreciated, we couldn’t
have done it without their help. Also thanks to the
Harmony Centre for the afternoon coffee get
together. Our new phone # 306 435 2446. Thanks
again for those that helped.
Inez & Jack Brady
Thank you to Mary Thiessen for 16 years of devoted
nursing service to present and former residents of
Sunrise Villa and Maryfield Community. The
Resident Association presented Mary with a plaque
at her father, Ellice Pierce’s birthday party on
November 27th.
Sunrise Villa Residents Association
TOPS meets every Thursday at 7:30 at the
Maryfield Clinic. Everyone welcome.
Sask. Hunter Ed. Course
Anyone ages 11 & up interested in taking the
Saskatchewan Hunter Education Course in March
& April, contact Bob Thiessen at 306-646-2060.
RENTAL HOUSING AVAILABLE
The Maryfield Housing Authority has units available
immediately for rent at the Heritage Haven.
Anyone interested in renting a suite should contact
Anna Macksymchuk at 306-646-2160.
Skating and Curling Fees are now due.
If you have not yet paid yours, please get your
fee in to Chris or Bryan
or drop it in the spare fee box.
Skating
Curling
Family Fee ….. $100 Family Fee ……….... $200
18 & Over …….. $ 50 18 & Over …………... $100
17 & Under …. $ 40 17 & Under ………. $ 50
Daily Fee …….. $ 5 After School Only ….$ 25
Spare Fee………..….$ 5
Make cheques payable to Maryfield Rec. Board.
FAIR NEWS
CHANGE OF DAY
The Fair will be held on
FRIDAY, July 22, 2016
Wondering what to do with
those old curling trophies that
you hate dusting and have
stored away in a box?
Maryfield Lions would take
them off your hands.
Minispiel participants love
them. We clean them up, add
new engraved plates and give them out to the winning
teams.
Trophies can be dropped off to Maryfield Rink or Barb
Swallow’s House.
MARYFIELD PRIMARY
HEALTH CENTRE
HEALTH CENTRE HOURS
Phone: 306-646-2133
Monday:
9:00 – 3:30 Dr. Office
Tuesday:
9:00 – 4:30 Nurse Practitioner
Wednesday: 9:00 – 4:30 Nurse Practitioner
Thursday:
9:00 – 4:30 Nurse Practitioner
10:00 – 4:30 Dr. Office
(once a month)
Friday:
9:00 – 4:30 Nurse Practitioner
There may not always be a Doctor on every
Monday and Thursday. To avoid
disappointment, please phone ahead for an
appointment if possible.
 There may not always be a Nurse Practitioner at
the Health Centre on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
Thursdays and Fridays. To avoid
disappointment, please phone ahead for an
appointment if possible.

The Home Care Nurse, Mary Thiessen; Public
Health Nurse, Nancy Larsen-James; Dietitian,
Laura Thompson; Diabetic Nurse Educator,
Frances Boutin; Home Care Case Manager,
Jocelyn Akins; Social Worker, Sheila Szakacs;
Mental Health Nurse, Helene Dorsch;
and Occupational Therapist, Angela Gervais visit
the Health Centre at various times during the
month. Phone the Health Centre at 306-646-2133
for more information.
Telehealth is available at the Maryfield
Primary Health Centre!! Telehealth
Saskatchewan uses two way video and audio
conferencing to provide a wide range of
educational programming and clinical
considerations. If you need to video conference
an appointment with your specialist or want to
take part in any provincial education sessions let
us know. We can set that up for you. The service
is free.
A Dietitian and Diabetic Clinic will be held at the
Health Centre on February 25, 2016. If you would
like to talk to a Dietitian about any diet concerns or
the Diabetic Nurse Educator about any diabetic
concerns please contact the Health Centre to set up
an appointment.
Did you miss your flu shot this year? It is not too
late to get one. Phone the Health Centre for an
appointment.
We will be including a FYI (For Your Information) section
in the newsletter each month. If you have health
questions you would like answered please call us at 6462133 and we will include information on the topic of your
choice. Remember health includes body, mind and soul.
FEBRUARY IS HEART MONTH
Heart disease is the leading killer of Canadians.
There are some risk factors you can't change, such
as family history, age, and race. However, there are
many important risk factors that you can work on:
high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, and a
sedentary lifestyle. Whatever your age, you can work
towards a healthier heart.
Heart attack: Know the symptoms
The key to surviving a heart attack is getting medical
help early – nearly half of all deaths due to heart
attack occur within three to four hours of the
beginning of symptoms. Keep in mind that not
everyone experiences the same heart attack
symptoms to the same degree – some older people
and women can experience less obvious symptoms.
Some heart attacks come on suddenly, but the vast
majority start slowly with mild pain and discomfort.
Many people experiencing a heart attack are not sure
they are having one and may think it is only
heartburn or indigestion. This may result in not
seeking medical attention promptly. Therefore, it's
critical to be familiar with and recognize heart attack
symptoms, and to take them seriously.
The following are heart attack warning symptoms
pain or discomfort in the chest, shoulder, arm, back,
neck, or jaw that does not go away with rest (in
women, pain may be more vague)
pressure, heaviness, fullness, or squeezing in the
chest
shortness of breath
nausea and/or vomiting
sweating, or cool and clammy skin
anxiety
light-headedness or sudden dizziness
If you experience these warning symptoms, the Heart
and Stroke Foundation suggests doing the following:
Call 9-1-1.
Stop all activity and rest (sit or lie down).
If you are taking nitroglycerin, take your usual dose
If the 9-1-1 operator advises it, and you are not
allergic to ASA, chew and swallow one 325 mg
ASA tablet or two 81 mg tablets.
Rest & wait for Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Acting promptly may save your life!
Primary Health Care is about staying healthy, preventing illness
and injury, managing chronic conditions, treating acute medical
illness, promoting healthier living and accessing the best health
provider for the job.
MARYFIELD ASSOCIATED GOSPEL CHURCH
Maryfield
306-646-2181
Regular Services
Sundays
9:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting
9:45 a.m. DJ Club
10:00 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Worship Service
Contact the church for weekly home Bible studies!
February 2016
Fri 5
Youth Group Bible Study
Sat 6 Threshermens Dinner
with Jan Indenbosch
Wed 10 Elders Meeting
Church Board Meeting
Tue 16 Sunrise Villa Service
Fri 19 Youth Group Bible Study
7:00 p.m.
12:00 noon
7:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
MARYFIELD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
Exhibit Hint: Most entries are judged on appearance,
workmanship and uniformity. Each of these categories
may include several items. For instance, appearance may
include artistic impression, cleanliness & suitability of item
to its container; workmanship includes neatness, finishing
& suitability of finish to the item; uniformity means that
the overall look of the item or items, is even, the same size
for each if there is more than one item or the same depth of
finish for the product.
Febuary 28th is the deadline for the next newsletter.
Drop off items to Maryfield Corner Store or
email Barb at [email protected]
Remember the newsletter can be accessed at
http://www.maryfieldsaskatchewan.com
Mondays: Butchering
Open Tuesday thru Friday: 8-12 & 1-5
Bone-in Pork Chops: $33.00/10 lb. box
Round Roasts: $8.59/lb.
Short Ribs: $6.50/lb.
MARYFIELD LEGION RENTAL RATES
Teas & Showers
Soup & Sandwiches, Luncheons
Company & Political Meetings
Funerals
All other Functions
Kitchen Used, but No Dishes Used
Kitchen Used and Dishes Used
$35
$50
$125
$125
$50
$75
With all rentals, it is expected that the hall be left
clean as per the posted expectations. To rent the
hall, contact, Barb Swallow @ 306-646-4324 or
Freda Hill @ 306-646-5873. Cheques for hall rental
are written to Maryfield Playground and Legion
Fund and given to Barb Swallow or mailed to P. O.
Box 322, Maryfield SK
Newsletter Advertising Prices
$2 - classified ad
$20 - 2” by 3” boxed ad
$25 - ¼ page
$50 - ½ page
$75 - full page ad
Remember the newsletter can be accessed at
http://www.maryfieldsaskatchewan.com
From Head to Foot
Massage Therapy
From Head to Foot Massage Therapy
is located at
Hats off Hair Salon in Maryfield
Available in Maryfield:
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
Virden:
Wednesday and Friday
Contact Holly Donald RMT @ (306) 646-7585
MARYFIELD LIBRARY
OPEN HOURS :
& for many years afterwards, even some things that
haven’t changed today in some people’s thinking. The
gentile and not-so-gentile sides of life in Revere,
Mississippi are exposed throughout this book, leading
the reader deeper & deeper into the realities, conflicts
and contradictions of the southern States.
TUESDAY: 9 AM - 12 NOON & 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
WEDNESDAY:
2:30 - 6:30 PM
UNITED CHURCH NEWS
Box 160
Maryfield, SK
646-2148
[email protected]
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ABORIGINAL STORY TELLER, ARTIST,
DANCER, MUSICIAN, CAROL DANIELS,
will be at Maryfield School Gymnasium on Friday,
February 12 from 11 - 12 noon. The whole
community is invited to this presentation.
Please attend, if at all possible.
ART ON DISPLAY: A selection of Bill Haussecker’s
artwork will be in the library in February. Prints & art
cards are available from Jardinière-Atelier Estate
www.atelierestate.com . Jayne Childs acts for Bill’s
family in this matter.
BOOK CLUB: We had a lively conversation about the
book We Need to Talk About Kevin, a story about a
very disturbed child, the agony of the mother and the
refusal of the father to believe that Kevin wasn’t
perfect. It’s available at the library.
HOOPLADIGITAL.COM: Download music, movies,
television programs, audio books on your computer or
mobile device at this site! There are thousands of titles
available to borrow 24/7. All you need is a free library card
from the Maryfield Public Library. CHECK IT OUT!
BOOK REVIEW: The Secret of Magic by Deborah
Johnson is the gripping tale of a decorated war hero on
his way home from the second world war. Thirty
minutes from home, he is hauled off the bus by hooded
men and beaten to death. Needless to say Joe Howard
Wilson is black. One year later, his father is still
looking for justice for his son. He persuades a white
woman, for whom his family had worked for years, to
write to NAACP to request the services of their most
famous lawyer. A not-yet-passed-the-bar young
woman (black) is intrigued by the case and is sent
instead. She discovers, in many unpleasant ways, how
blacks are treated in Revere, Mississippi. She is not
used to never looking directly at a white person, not
being asked to sit down in an office or someone’s
home, having to ride in the ‘colored’ section of public
transport, being told that murder only matters if it is a
white person who is killed; trials for accused white
people do not happen and black people do not get a
trial - they just get hung. This story introduces the
reader gradually into the realities of Negro life in 1946
Church services in Feb. & Mar. are at 9:30 a.m.
Feb. 4 & 11 - No Bible Study at the Haven
Feb. 21 - Joint Church service at 11:00 a.m.
Lunch to follow the church service.
- Local annual meetings,1:00 p.m.
- Crossroads annual meeting, 2:30 p.m
Feb. 25 - Villa Church service @ 1:30 p.m.
Maryfield St. Andrew’s United Church website:
www.crossroadsunited.org
2015—2016 BUZZARDS SCHEDULE
Feb 1
Feb 3
Feb 8
Feb 10
Feb 15
Feb 17
Feb 22
Feb 24
Feb 29
Mar 7
Maryfield @ Bellegarde
Wawota @ Maryfield
Maryfield @ Storthoaks
Bellegarde @ Maryfield
Storthoaks @ Maryfield
Maryfield @ Manor
Maryfield @ Alida
Wawota @ Maryfield
Maryfield & Carlyle Hooters
Maryfield @ Redvers
8:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
HOCKEY POOL WINNERS
Jan 8
Bruce Lemon
Joyce Kay
Mary Lou Sweeting
Grant Dunham
Jan 15
Lyle McCormick
Jean Taylor
Lyle & Sharon Adair
Dwaine Boon
Jan 9
Brad & Candace Chisholm
Tim Sweeting
Richard Krainyk
Lydia Frazer
Jan 16
J, R, & M Thompson
Gilbert Penner
Helen Aulie
Pete & Joyce McIndoe
MARYFIELD FOOD PANTRY
Donate to the Food Pantry—nonperishable food items
and/or money can be dropped off at various locations
around town. There is a small deep freeze in the
community wing of the school if you wish to donate
frozen food. Hampers are distributed the 4th Monday of
every month. YOU MUST PHONE THE CONFIDENTIAL PHONE NUMBER 646-4470 AND LEAVE A
MESSAGE EACH TIME YOU REQUIRE A HAMPER.
MARYFIELD SCHOOL NEWS
Upcoming events:
January 29 No School
February 2 Driver’s Ed to Wawota 10 – 2 pm
Sr. Girls Basketball vs. Moosomin
February 5 Grade 10-12 Report Cards go out
Jr. District curling @ Maryfield Rink
February 6 Jr. District curling @ Maryfield Rink
February 8 Sr. Girls Basketball vs. Oxbow @ 5
pm
February 9 Driver’s Ed to Wawota 9 – 12:30 pm
Feb. 9 & 10 Secret Admirer’s – grade 7 – 12 (food
one day, non food the other)
Jump Rope for Heart kickoff
February 11 Steal the Heart grade 7 – 12
February 12 Carol Daniels, Aboriginal story teller,
Maryfield School Gym, - 11 am.
All Welcome!
Feb. 15 – 19 February Break – No School
Feb. 23-24 Sr. District Curling
February 24 Anti Bullying Day – wear pink
February 25 Sr. Girls Basketball
vs Redvers @ 5 pm
February 26 Ski Trip to Asessippi
Feb. 26-27 Sr. Regional Curling
February 29 Sr. Girls basketball vs. Rocanville
March 2
Mini Spiel
Fair News
NEW DAY! Friday, July 22, 2016 We have
changed to a Friday to make it easier for people from
a distance to attend.
2016 Executive: President Rob Hill,
Vice-President Barry Balls, Treasurer Helen
Johnson, Secretary Fran Balls
Myrtle Chambers, who was vice-president last year
and who has been with the Ag Society for many
years in many different capacities, has retired.
Freda Hill, who has been secretary for the past 10
years and who has done a tremendous job, has
retired. We will miss you both with your wisdom
and knowledge.
NEXT MEETING: Monday, Feb. 29 at the school
library. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you are
interested in any aspect of the Fair, including
judging, come to the meeting or call Rob or Fran. To
be involved can mean as little as 3 hours or less on
Fair Day or much, much more. The choice is yours!
R.M. OF MARYFIELD NO. 91
The RM of Maryfield No. 91 is seeking to recruit a
local service or non-profit group to assist with the
clean-up and removal of rimless scrap tires from
within the RM of Maryfield. The clean-up program,
branded as the Black Gold Rush program, is
sponsored by the Saskatchewan Scrap Tire
Corporation (SSTC) which offers a fundraising
incentive as part of the program.
There are two levels of effort a service group can
put in to the program, and the fundraising
opportunity is dependent upon the level of effort.
To learn more about the program, visit the SSTC’s
website at www.scraptire.sk.ca and click on Black
Gold Rush, Resources, and read the Participants
Guide. Please refer to page 9 to see the fundraising
opportunity, as well as page 13 to see the roles and
responsibilities of all stakeholders in the program.
In order to be eligible for this fundraising
opportunity a service or non-profit group must
attend an informational session that is offered by
the SSTC. Dates/times of the service group
informational sessions are March 29 & 30, at 2:30
pm or 6:30 pm.
If you are interested in this fundraising opportunity
that will run over a 3 week period during the
summer of 2016, please contact the RM of
Maryfield by phone 306-646-2033 or email
[email protected] by February 5, 2016 as this will
be discussed at the February 8, 2016 meeting.
CALL FOR TENDER:
The Village of Maryfield will be accepting tenders
for the purchase of standing hay from the following
parcels of land:
Parcels: M, N, U, P, V and part of Q
All tenders should be offered by the pound and
received no later than 5 p.m., Friday, March 11,
2016.
Submit tenders to: VILLAGE OF MARYFIELD
P.O. BOX 58
MARYFIELD, SK S0G 3K0
PLEASE MARK THE ENVELOPE: HAY TENDER.
CLIP & SAVE
Rink Schedule
MARYFIELD CURLING CLUB
Public Skating: 1 – 9 p.m.
Little Rockers: 3:30 – 5 p.m.
Tuesday:
Public Skating: 1 – 4 & 6:30 — 9 p.m.
Hockey Practice: 4—6:30 p.m.
League Curling: 7 – 9 p.m.
Wednesday: Public Skating: 1– 4; 5:30 – 9 p.m.
School Curling: 3:30 – 5 p.m.
Thursday:
Public Skating 1 – 5
Figure Skating: 5:45 – 8:30 p.m.
School Curling: 3:30 – 5 p.m.
League Curling: 7 – 9 p.m.
Friday:
Closed
Saturday:
Public Skating: 1 – 9 p.m.
Sunday:
Public Skating: 1 – 5 p.m.
Maryfield Curling Club would like to say a huge thank
you to all the curlers who participated in the Ladies’
Bonspiel on January 21 & 22. Thank you to everyone
who worked to make the bonspiel a success: Nikki, our
prize committee, Lydia and Eileen, our entertainment
committee, all the local curlers for bringing food,
everyone who helped setup up for supper, those who set
out supper, those on clean up and those who washed
up. Many hands make light work for all. Thanks to Mac
and Bryan for the excellent ice and to Bryan for manning
the bar during the supper.
Monday:
Public Skating times may change to accommodate
Rec. Hockey games.
Special thank you to our sponsors. Your support makes
our local spiels viable:
Arlington Hotel
Cairns & Sons Refrigeration
Home Sweet Home
Hats Off Hair Salon
Endless Creations
Nikki Erickson
Barb Swallow
Maryfield Corner Store
Horizon Meats
Middle of No Where Day Spa
THANKS EVERYONE!
MARYFIELD CURLING CLUB CELEBRATED CURLING DAY IN SASKATCHEWAN ON JAN 25
Maryfield Little Rockers along with parents and community members celebrated Curling Day in
Saskatchewan with games, singing and cake. The celebration kicked off with the group doing one practice
of the song Mrs. Lemon wrote to celebrate the occasion. The group then took to the ice to practice their
skills. This was followed by a skills competition ran by coaches, Nikki Erickson, Rachel Erickson, Kelly Kay
and Mac Kay. Winners got their pick of Maryfield Auditorium show passes or curling-related t-shirts and
toques. Working in 4 teams the curlers tested their curling knowledge in a “Name the Curler” contest. The
celebration continued with the group singing “Curling Day in Saskatchewan”. Those in attendance enjoyed
hotdogs and a piece of cake, specially decorated for the occasion. All the curlers went home with curling
pins and curling tattoos. Great fun was had by all.
February 2016
Sun
Mon
1
Dr Van
Tue
2
Dump Open
12:30—4:30
Wed
RECYCLE
3Public Health
Thu
4
Dr. Kerkhoff
Fri
5
Jr. Boys
Curling
Sat
6
Dump Open
12:30—4:30
Nurse at Clinic
Kindergarten
7
8
Dr Van
Kindergarten
9
Dump Open
Jump Rope for
Heart Kickoff!
Kindergarten
14
15
Family Day
21
29
Open Bonspiel
Open Bonspiel
No Nurse
Practitioner
No Nurse
Practitioner
February Break!
February Break!
Open
23 Dump
24 GARBAGE 25
12:30—4:30
Kindergarten
28
Kindergarten
No Nurse
Practitioner
February Break!
22
12
16 Dump Open 17 RECYCLE 18
Health Centre
Closed
Open Bonspiel
10 GARBAGE 11
Kindergarten
Kindergarten
Aboriginal
Story Teller
11—12 noon
School Gym
Newsletter
Items Due
Dietitian/
Diabetic Clinic
Open Bonspiel
19
No Nurse
Practitioner
Jr. Boys Curling
13
Dump Open
12:30—4:30
Open Bonspiel
20
Dump Open
12:30—4:30
February Break!
26
School Ski
Trip
Open
27 Dump
12:30—4:30
Kindergarten
Dr Van
Ag. Society
Meeting
March 2016
Sun
Mon
Tue
1
Dump Open
12:30—4:30
Wed
2
RECYCLE
Thu
3
Fri
Sat
Dump Open
12:30—4:30
4
5
11
Open
12 Dump
12:30—4:30
Minispiel
Kindergarten
Kindergarten
6
7
8
Dump Open
12:30—4:30
14
United Church
Soup &
Sandwich
20
21
9
GARBAGE
Open
15 Dump
12:30—4:30 16
RECYCLE
28
Kindergarten
17
Open
19 Dump
12:30—4:30
Kindergarten
Kindergarten
Open
22 Dump
23 GARBAGE 24
12:30—4:30
Newsletter
Items Due
18
No School
Kindergarten
27
10
Kindergarten
Kindergarten
13
Kindergarten
Open
29 Dump
12:30—4:30 30
Kindergarten
RECYCLE
Kindergarte
Dump Open
Friday
25 Good
nNo School 26 12:30—4:30
Health Centre
Closed
31
Spring Break! Spring Break! Spring Break! Spring Break! Spring Break! Spring Break!
Maryfield Auditorium February 2016
Regular Admission:
Adults: $6.00
Showtime: 8 PM
Doors open at: 7:30 PM
Students: $5.00
Children: $3.00
Wheelchair Accessible
Friday February 5 & Saturday February 6
Ride Along 2
102 min
Starring: Ice Cube &Kevin Hart
Genre(s): Action/Adventure, Comedy
Rated PG Violence & Coarse Language
Friction continues between rookie cop Ben Barber and his seasoned partner James Payton in this sequel. After
discovering a mysterious flash drive during an arrest, the pair travel to Miami to hunt down a local drug lord
with the help of a savvy detective.
Friday, February 12 & Saturday February 13
The Revenant
157 min
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio & Tom Hardy
Genre(s): Action/Adventure, Suspense/Thriller
Rated 14A Violence, Scene of Sexual Violence
In 1820s America, frontiersman and fur trapper Hugh Glass and his teenage son Hawk join a pelt-gathering
expedition. However, their party are attacked by Arikara Native Americans, who kill a number of the men. Glass
then tries to lead the remainder of the group to safety, charting a new path to a U.S. fort. Unfortunately, he is
soon mauled by a grizzly bear while hunting for food, and is horribly wounded. He is left in the care of
roughneck John Fitzgerald and the young and inexperienced Jim Bridger, while Hawk watches on in horror.
Fitzgerald betrays him and leaves him buried alive in a hallow grave, but Glass nurses himself back to health and
sets out to seek revenge.
Friday, February 19 & Saturday, February 20
Concussion
123 min
Starring: Will Smith, Gugu Mbatha-Raw
Rated PG Coarse Language, Violence
Genre(s): Drama
Pittsburgh-based neuropathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu discovers a degenerative brain disease now known as CTE
in the autopsies of several deceased pro-football players, but after presenting his research, he finds himself under
fire from the NFL.
Friday, February 26 & Sunday, February 28
3:00 PM
Norm of the North
Starring: Rob Schneider, Heather Graham
Genre(s): Action/Adventure, Animated, Comedy, Family
91 min
Rated G
In this animated comedy for the whole family, an oddball polar bear named Norm (voice of Rob Schneider) is
outraged when he learns that human beings are planning to build condos in his Arctic home. He and three
lemming pals decide to go to New York City to confront the real- estate developer responsible.
THANK YOU
The Maryfield Auditorium committee extends our many thanks to all who participated in making New Year’s Eve at the
Auditorium a social and financial success. Thank you to the ‘Back 40 Drifters” for providing some great music and to everyone
from throughout the area and beyond who purchased tickets and joined us to ring in the New Year. We will look forward to
having you join us again to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2016/17.
The Maryfield Auditorium committee would also like to thank the many people who volunteered at the Auditorium and the
movies and to everyone from near and far who attended the many events and movies this past year. Without all of your help
it would not be possible to keep this building and events thriving in our community.
11 to 12 noon