Community Carol Festival looking for performers

The Annual Esterhazy Community Carol Festival is coming up, taking place this year on Wednesday, December 6, at the Boreen Hall. The event will include a collection for the Hospital Building Fund, with donations of food also being accepted for the Community Christmas Hamper. They also need performers. Please see the entire notice from Cathy Toth below.

Esterhazy Community Carol Festival
Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, 7:00 p.m.
at the S.N. Boreen Community Center.

You are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items for the Community Christmas Hamper. A collection will be received for the St. Anthony Hospital Building Fund.

We are looking for performers of all ages to participate with Christmas pieces. Please limit entries to two numbers. Deadline to register is November 27, 2017. To enter your group or for more information please call Cathy Toth at 306-505-0140 or e-mail:


Stay Safe Course being offered November 18

A “Stay Safe Course” is being held at the Town of Esterhazy Council Chambers on November 18. The course is, “For young people to learn how to stay safe in their environment.” This includes safety at home, walking home, at school, in the community, and more. Attendees must be at least 11 years old. The event will run from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and the cost is $55 per person. Attendees are asked to bring their own bagged lunch. Registration must be by November 10, by calling or texting Michelle at (306) 728-6993.

What’s in the Miner-Journal next week?

North Valley Credit Union, and EsterhazyOnline, are supporters of the Miner-Journal newspaper. Therefore, each week we will publish the headlines for the upcoming edition of the paper. We encourage our readers to be MJ readers too. Here are the headlines from NEXT WEEK’S Miner-Journal newspaper.

  • Women’s History Month
  • Health Care Providers Week
  • Paving crews in Esterhazy
  • Family fun night
  • Saskatoon’s Children’s Hospital progress
  • PPEP report for September
  • Joseph George Junek obituary
  • Ethel Yanyu obituary
  • John James Engel obituary

Pick up a copy next week at the grocery stores, pharmacies, all gas stations in Esterhazy. Or, at Stockholm Foods, Tantallon Co-op, Langenburg Pharmasave, and Churchbridge Co-op. You can also buy one at the Miner-Journal office.

More than 50 dates now on November’s Community Calendar

What are your plans for November? Whatever they are, you need to keep an eye on our November Community Calendar. (Link HERE). As of today, there are more than 50 “dates” listed on that page. These include school events and happenings from Esterhazy High School, PJ Gillen School, and Macdonald School in Stockholm. There are library programs, events at the Legion Hall, Flyers games, galas, board meetings, and more.

Do you have an event coming up that we’ve not listed? This is a FREE service to schools, churches, service clubs, sports clubs, youth groups, fundraisers, etc. Why is it free? Because this service (and this site) is paid for and supported by North Valley Credit Union in conjunction with EsterhazyOnline. So, please tell us about your upcoming events and we will list them and promote them for you. Use the contact form in the menu and get in touch.

Audio Recording:- Kenneth James Kerr on The Rock 98.5

Earlier this week, Kenneth James Kerr (owner of EsterhazyOnline and Author), was interviewed on The Rock 98.5 in Yorkton, regarding his new book, “This Book is the Perfect Gift.” He was also featured on the front page of this week’s Miner Journal newspaper.

With thanks to The Rock for making the file available, we are now able to publish a full recording of the interview. Simply use the audio player below to hear it.

On another note, Kenneth will be recording a Television Show at the Yorkton studios of Access TV next week. And, for more information on the book, please follow the link HERE.