Monthly Archives: October 2016

Killarney’s Lakeside Christian School expands

After just one year, a local school is enjoying nearly double their classroom space, and new high school elective options for students.

Peters’ pumpkin pushes 200 pounds

What started out as a friendly wager between Steffany Peters and her grandpa has grown into a 194-pound pumpkin.

Fall Fire Hall and Smoke Trailer Tour

SMOKED OUT – A trailer full of kids crawled through the haze in the Killarney-Turtle Mountain Fire Department’s smoking trailer demonstration at the fire hall this fall. Firefighters explained to the kids how they have to keep low to avoid

Christmas Speakeasy to benefit playground

A lively evening is planned – with everything from a free, ‘fun’ casino and vintage photo booth, to live music and dancing – at next month’s Christmas Speakeasy, coming up at the Shamrock Centre.

Keith’s Korner park a celebration of history

A new kind of park, created in tribute to a fine man, has officially opened.

Wine and appetizer evening an artful event

An auction and 50/50 raffle raised over $4,000 for the Killarney-Turtle Mountain Arts Council at the Blarney Stone Pub and Restaurant's wine sampling event.