NexSource Centre staff were on hand to explain the fall programs and drop-in courses. Photos by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

Photos: Sylvan Lake Community Information Fair

The community fair is took place Sept. 14 at the Community and Family Centre

The Community Information Fair took place last night at the Community Centre, and plenty of people, businesses and non-for-profits were in attendance.

The fair was an opportunity for residents young and old to find new opportunities in town.

Everything from volunteer opportunities, to classes, clubs and some non-for-profits were present, ready to sign people up.

Even MLA Don MacIntyre stopped in and spoke with every booth at the fair.

The Sylvan Lake councillors and Mayor Sean McIntyre were in the parking lot keeping all the attendees full with barbecued hamburgers and hot dogs.


The Refugee Project was promoting their upcoming Sylvan Lake’s got Talent, and telling those interested in the upcoming auditions.

Keri Pratt from The Wood Shed spoke with attendees about the upcoming ax throwing league, which begins in October.

The Sylvan Lake Dance Studio were on hand to talk about the upcoming season, as well as adults interested in Barre Fitness classes.

Sylvan Lake Taoist Tai Chi group were ready to answer any questions the atendees may have about tai chi.

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