With one week into February, we are either thinking the groundhog is pretty smart or we are not ready to deal with his findings. There are conflicting reports on whether lingering fog means a windy or wet spring.
The rink is full of action this month as all teams are in the midst of both league playoffs and provincial quests. The Miners take on Kindersley in game two of their best of three series in SWHL quarter-finals. The Midget AA Lazers host at home this weekend both Saturday and Sunday.
Feb. 14 is the Unity Kin Club Sweetheart Soiree benefiting Telemiracle 45. Contact Bryce Woytiuk at Unity Motor Products or Nora Aldred at What the Float for tickets.
There are plenty of options for showing the love this Valentine’s Day in Unity. Multiple dining options are ready for you at all of Unity’s restaurants. Also, multiple businesses in Unity carry the cards, flowers, candy or other unique gifts you will want for your special someone.
Unity Public School held an indoor curling tournament with their rocks and rings equipment, as well as their annual Grade 6 bonspiel.
Unity Curling Club has a bit of a lull in bonspiel action, however they will play host to junior high school districts. Upcoming next is the annual oilperson’s bonspiel. Register by calling the club at 306-228-2212. The next action is the ladies’ bonspiel in March. Tate Pool was selected for Sask. Junior Star at the Scotties provincial championship in Moose Jaw, starting Feb. 16
Tickets are now available at Unity Credit Union for the Celebrate Unity event March 2. This event will include the folk music of Flint and Feather along with a catered supper, silent auction and presentation portion of the program.
The Unity Museum will hold their AGM on Feb. 19 at the Adanac Hall. Membership is only $5 for three years, and this small committee is always looking for new members.
The Ducks Unlimited dinner and social are upcoming in early March.