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Free Swim Lesson at the Drumheller Aquaplex!

October 20, 2020

The Drumheller Aquaplex is looking to train new instructors by offering a free swim lesson to registered swimmers. Registration opens October 26th, and participants can register through the Online Recreation Reservation Portal! See below for further details and the schedule.

  • One free class, no formal evaluation done, under the supervision of a certified instructor but taught by our apprenticing instructors
  • Parent or guardian must accompany children in the water for all preschool levels and Swim Kids 1-4
  • Please call the Aquaplex if your child is not able to attend even though you have registered
  • Registration opens October 26

October 30

  • *Sea Otter & Salamander @ 5:00 - 5:30pm
  • *Sunfish & Crocodile & Whale @ 5:45 – 6:15pm


November 6

  • *Swim Kids 1 & Kids 2 @ 4:15 – 4:45pm
  • *Swim Kids 3 & Kids 4 @ 5:00 – 5:30pm

November 11

  • *Sea Otter & Salamander @ 4:00 – 4:30pm
  • *Sunfish & Crocodile & Whale @ 4:45 – 5:15pm
  • *Swim Kids 1 & Kids 2 @ 4:00 – 4:30pm
  • *Swim Kids 3 & Kids 4 @ 4:45 – 5:15pm
  • Swim Kids 5 & Kids 6 & Kids 7 @ 3:00 – 3:45pm
  • Swim Kids 8 & Kids 9 & Kids 10 @ 3:00 – 3:45pm

*requires a parent or guardian (at least 15 years +) in the water for skill assistance and supervision.Maximum 3 children per parent or guardian

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In Canada 25% of newly diagnosed cancer in women is breast cancer. On average 75 women a day are diagnosed, with 15 on average perishing daily. This is no small sum; in 2019 an estimated 26,900 Canadian women were diagnosed with breast cancer and 5,000 will die of it. The number in 2020 is so far 27,400. One in 8 women are expected to develop breast cancer during her lifetime and 1 in 33 will die of it. I am one of eight, having being diagnosed on September 24th, I have entered the ranks.

October is breast cancer awareness month, and I beseech you to get checked. I ignored my own tenderness thinking it was nothing, and wish nothing more than a do over. Time is imperative with this disease. Give yourself a fighting chance, if I can do one last public service announcement and help one-five-maybe-twenty people than I have done my job.

Love yourself and put your health before that last chore, event, job etc. Make the time.

Sincerely,

Lisa Hansen-Zacharuk

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MDP & LUB PUBLIC HEARING

​October 10, 2020

A joint public hearing for bylaws 17.20 (Municipal Development Plan) and 16.20 (Land Use Bylaw) will be held in the Town of Drumheller Council Chambers, at 224 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta on October 26th, 2020 commencing at 5:30pm. Council will hear from any person claiming to be affected by the proposed bylaws. The joint public hearing can also be viewed electronically through the following link: dinosaurvalley.com/council-meetings

In light of COVID-19, in order to protect the health safety and well being of the public and our employees, the Town of Drumheller is providing three methods for participation:

  • 1.In person. If you wish to make a verbal presentation in person you will need to register by 4:00 p.m. October 22, 2020 by contacting Denise Lines at 403-820-2419 or by email at dlines@drumheller.ca. You will be given a time slot to make a presentation to council. If you attend the hearing in person without pre-registering, you may be required to wait in a queuing area until space is available in council chambers to ensure adequate social distancing.
  • 2.By phone.If you wish to make a verbal presentation but do not want to attend in person, an electronic appointment by phone can be made. You will need to register in advance by 4:00 p.m. October 22, 2020 by contacting Denise Lines at 403-820-2419 or by email at dlines@drumheller.ca. Please provide a phone number where you can be reached and a time slot will be given to you to make an oral presentation to council.
  • 3.Written.Participation in the public hearing portion of the meeting can be done through written submissions via email at dlines@drumheller.ca. Written Submissions must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. October 22, 2020. Submissions will be read out by staff and must be able to be read within the five minute time limit. Submissions may also be mailed or dropped off at the Town of Drumheller office in advance of the Public Hearing.

For more information, pleasew review the attached PDF's below for the MDP & LUB public hearing.

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Fall Street Sweeping Schedule

Ocotber 8, 2020

Town Crews have begun the fall street sweeping project that will occur over the next four weeks (weather dependant). We ask that residents watch for street sweeping signage which indicates that the sweeper will be in the area that day. For a tentative schedule and area map, please see the attached PDF below.

  • Area 1, Downtown/ Lower Newcastle from 5 St. East going West to the Train bridge. South of the River and North of Highway 10/9 – (One week)
  • Area 2, Riverside Drive East and the Greentree area – (3 days)
  • Area 3, Lower and upper Midland/ North Drumheller – (3 Days)
  • Area 4, Huntington Hills Bank view, Hills view, Twin Hills, Commercial area and Upper Newcastle – (4 Days)
  • Area 5, Nacmine – (2 Days)
  • Area 6, Rosedale – (2 Days)
  • Area 7, Cambria – (1 Day)
  • Area 8, East Coulee (1 Day)
  • Area 9, Lehigh (1 Day)
  • Area 10, Wayne (1 Day)

For any questions, please contact 403-823-1330.
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MDP & LUB Neighbourhood Information Sessions

October 8, 2020

Join representatives from the Drumheller Resiliency and Flood Mitigation Office, Town Council, and Palliser Regional Municipal Services (PRMS) for a presentation on the new Municipal Development Plan (MDP) and Land Use Bylaw (LUB).

These information sessions will also include descriptions of how flood mitigation impacts land use planning, how the proposed new MDP and LUB will affect the Drumheller Valley, and a brief question and answer period.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions there is limited occupancy for each session. Attendance is first come, first serve. Please do not attend more than one session, and please do not send more than one member of your household so we can allow for as many people as possible to join us. Dates, times and locations are all available in the PDF below.
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