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Events List

(15 Results Found)
May 1, 2024  to  May 31, 2024
2 May
Energy, Land and Environment Committee Meeting

4:30 PM| City Hall, Boardroom 2-1, 580 1st Street SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8E6

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The Energy, Land & Environment Committee focuses on policy issues as assigned and analyzes matters for recommendation to Council, which includes issues related to:

  • Electric generation and distribution 
  • Natural gas production and distribution 
  • Environment, Land, and NGPR

Committee members include:

  • Councillor D. Hirsch (Chair)
  • Councillor A. Van Dyke (Vice-Chair)
  • Councillor S. Sharps
  • Energy, Land and Environment Managing Director (Advisor)

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3 May
Bonnie Northgraves Quartet

7:30 PM| 401 1st Street SE

Bonnie Northgraves is a Canadian trumpeter, vocalist, pianist, and composer based in Vancouver, BC. Her singing is smokey, rich, and explorative; her trumpet playing a call to the early jazz styles of New Orleans while being lyrical, intriguing, evolved, and playful. With one foot rooted in heritage and one foot leading forward she is an engaging musical powerhouse that is exciting, joyful, and chock full of personality. This strong combination has given wings to a music career thats seen her tour North America, Europe, China, and India. Bonnie has released two full length albums, one Ep, and has recorded as a sideperson on numerous albums. She is also the curator for the jazz programming at 2nd Floor Gastown (Water Street Cafe).

6 May
9 May
CANCELLED Corporate Services Committee Meeting

4:40 PM| City Hall, Boardroom 2-1, 580 First Street SE (second floor), Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8E6

Due to lack of quorum this meeting has been cancelled at the call of the Chair.

9 May
Cassie and Maggie

7:30 PM| 401 1st Street SE

Nova Scotian sisters Cassie and Maggie have been lighting up the world with their unique blend of traditional and contemporary Celtic instrumentals and vocals. Appearing on stages across North America, the UK, and Europe the sisters have enchanted audiences far and wide with lively fiddle, piano and guitar arrangements, stunning sibling vocal harmonies in both English and Gaelic, all complemented by their intricate and percussive stepdancing style. 

"2016 Live Ireland Radio’s “VOCALISTS OF THE YEAR” “NEW GROUP OF THE YEAR”, Chicago Irish-American Newspaper’s EMERGING ARTIST RECORDING OF THE YEAR winners, Galaxie Radio Rising Stars, Independent Music Award "World Song of the Year" nominees, multiple Canadian Folk Music Award, East Coast Music Award and Music Nova Scotia Award nominees, Nova Scotian sisters Cassie & Maggie "are among the top musical acts in demand on the Irish/American/Canadian scene"- Irish Music Magazine 

13 May
Public Services Committee Meeting

3:45 PM| Boardroom 2-1, City Hall - 580 1st St SE

The Public Services Committee focuses on policy issues as assigned and analyzes matters for recommendation to Council, which includes issues related to:

  • Indoor and outdoor recreation
  • Parks and trails
  • Social development
  • Community support
  • Senior services
  • Transit
  • Culture and heritage
  • Emergency services (Fire and 911)

Committee members include: Councillor Robins (Chair), Councillor Dumanowski (Co-Chair), Councillor Hider and the Public Services Managing Director (Advisor).

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14 May
Administrative and Legislative Review Committee

4:00 PM

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The Administrative and Legislative Review Committee deals with matters relating to legislation, administration and organization, as referred to it by Council.

The Committee includes the following members:

Councillor A. McGrogan, Chair

Councillor A. Knodel, Vice Chair

Councillor R. Dumanowski

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15 May
Municipal Planning Commission Meeting

1:30 PM| City Hall, Council Chambers, 580 First Street SE, Medicine Hat, T1A 8E6

The Municipal Planning Commission acts as the principal advisory body to Council in matters relating to land use planning, with the following functions:

  • to exercise development powers and duties on behalf of the City in accordance with the Subdivision and Development Authorities Bylaw
  • to exercise subdivision powers and duties on behalf of the City in accordance with the Subdivision and Development Authorities Bylaw; and 
  • to carry out such other functions and duties as may be assigned to the Commission by Council.

Members are elected to the Commission for a three-year term.

  • Councillor A. McGrogan (Chair)
  • Councillor S. Sharps
  • Cori Cuthbertson
  • Robert Simpson
  • Pete Vanderham
  • John Wilson
  • Justin Wick

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15 May
Municipal Mingle

4:00 PM| Towne Square: 601 First Street SE

Join us at ‘Municipal Mingle’, a public engagement event, at Towne Square on Wednesday, May 15, from 4 to 7 p.m.

All community members are invited to connect, engage, and share your feedback on a range of local initiatives. And did we mention there will be a variety of food trucks on site!?

Come out to engage, eat, and enjoy the outdoors!

Participating departments: 

  • Community Development: Community Wellbeing Plan and Arts, Heritage, and Entertainment Plan
  • Medicine Hat Economic Development: Learn about current projects and meet the team
  • Environment, Land & Gas Production: Commercial and residential lots for sale
  • Environmental Utilities: Food Waste Pilot program and Water Shortage Management Plan
  • Fire and Emergency Services: Public awareness and education, will have a fire truck on-site
  • Finance: Budget Planning
  • Medicine Hat Regional Airport: Air Service Development – Restoration, retention, and attraction
  • Municipal Works: Division Avenue Project
  • Parks and Recreation: Recreation programming
  • Planning and Development: Land Use Bylaw Refresh
  • Executive Leadership and Downtown Patrol Unit: Will be on-site mingling with residents and staff
16 May
Development and Infrastructure Committee Meeting

1:00 PM| Boardroom 2-1, City Hall - 580 1st St SE

The Development and Infrastructure Committee focuses on matters related to environmental utilities, municipal works, planning and development and any other matters referred to it by Council.

Committee members include Councillor Sharps, (Chair), Councillor McGrogan (Vice-Chair), and Councillor Van Dyke.

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16 May
Energy, Land and Environment Committee Meeting

4:00 PM| City Hall, Boardroom 2-1, 580 1st Street SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 8E6

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The Energy, Land & Environment Committee focuses on policy issues as assigned and analyzes matters for recommendation to Council, which includes issues related to:

  • Electric generation and distribution 
  • Natural gas production and distribution 
  • Environment, Land, and NGPR

Committee members include:

  • Councillor D. Hirsch (Chair)
  • Councillor A. Van Dyke (Vice-Chair)
  • Councillor S. Sharps
  • Energy, Land and Environment Managing Director (Advisor)

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17 May
A Night at the Museum

6:30 PM| Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre, 401 1 Street SE, Medicine Hat

Back by popular demand! Stuffies and pajamas encouraged!

We‘ve got the fam fun trifecta for this jam-packed night at the Esplanade!

Enjoy snacks – making them and eating them, a gallery scavenger hunt and then settle in to watch (you guessed it) A Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.

Everything looks a little different at night, including our galleries. Just like in the movie, our exhibits will come to life! Explore the galleries with a fun, themed scavenger hunt with the help of characters brought to life by Glass Slipper Entertainment!

Once you have discovered everything there is to seek and find, you will learn that at the Esplanade, it’s okay to play with your food! Your kiddos will get creative as they plate their snack tray into a fun arrangement!

Now that you have worked up an appetite, grab your snacks and find a spot in our Studio Theatre for the show. Bleacher and floor seating available for this slumber party styled screening, so don’t forget your stuffy and pillow!

Limited tickets available, so don’t hit the snooze button on A Night at the Museum!

Recommended for ages 6-10.

21 May
25 May
Coil and Create: A Basket Weaving Workshop

12:00 PM| Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre, 401 1 Street SE, Medicine Hat

Saturday, May 25 || Saturday, June 15 | 12-3 PM | in the Art Gallery

Coil and Create: A Basket Weaving Workshop (Ages 13+)

Get wrapped up in coiling with our immersive basket weaving workshop! Join Medicine Hat-based basketry expert, Reanna Kornelson, as she shares her knowledge of how to transform a handful of grass into a decorative yet functional work of art. With the artworks as the backdrop, participants are encouraged to draw inspiration by the exhibition surrounding them. In Our Nature features seven artists whose bond with the natural world informs and inspires their creative process.
This three-hour workshop for ages 13+ is a basic introduction to coiling, which is one of the four basics of basketry. Working in rounds, Reanna will guide through the steps of weaving a coil of raffia with a wrap and stitch technique, forming a small decorative basket. Learn the timeless art of coiling baskets with expert guidance in a welcoming and creative space. All materials are provided, and there is no prior experience necessary.

About the Instructor

Reanna Kornelson 
is inspired by the natural world in Southern Alberta. After growing up playing and creating in the coulees around Medicine Hat, her love of the natural elements carries over into her work. Primarily focusing on the mediums of plant materials and clay, she was inspired by sculptural work while attending Red Deer College and started to combine her horticultural background with traditional craft and art. Pottery, basketry and fibre arts merge into sculptural, functional and intuitive work. When she is not in her studio (Dreaming Coulee Studio), she can be found in the garden or roaming the prairies finding inspiration from the local native plants.

25 May
Medicine Hat Concert Band - Olympic Spirit

7:30 PM| Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre, 401 1 Street SE, Medicine Hat

The 2024 Summer Olympic Games in Paris are just around the corner. Join the Medicine Hat Concert Band Society as we pay tribute to the spirit of our Olympic heroes! You’ll hear music representing the drive and energy of Olympic competition. You'll also hear pieces written by Canucks, or written about the country that produced Olympic greats like Christine Sinclair, Damian Warner, and Donovan Bailey. The night will also feature the world premiere of a trombone quartet commissioned by the MHCBS and written by Royal Canadian Artillery Band musician Julien Simard. “The Day the Water Turned Red” pays tribute to Canada’s contribution to the D-Day landings of 1944 as we approach their 80th anniversary. Mark your calendars and get ready for a great night of music, with more than a few shenanigans thrown in for your pleasure. Run, don’t race-walk, to the Esplanade and get ready for a perfect 10 of a concert. To learn more about the MHCBS or to join us, visit  www.mhconcertband.com.

Youth ticket pricing is available for this show and will appear at the end of checkout.