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The Village of Holden has a monthly newsletter called the "Holden Times". It is available free of charge through the mail, at the Village office, and at some local businesses.

A copy of the current Holden Times is below, in Portable Document Format (.pdf). Click on the link to open (it may take a few minutes).

Holden Times - Current Edition ( HoldenTimes-2-9-Sep-2015.pdf)
Posted: Thursday August 27, 2015
A COMMUNITY FORUM on Safety & Security will be held Tuesday, September 8 7-9 pm At the Seniors’ Drop In Centre (4914-50 St.) Questions? Email Dawn Chrystian at: Hold...
Posted: Thursday August 27, 2015
A serious situation involving a minor has recently been reported to the Village of Holden and to Village Council. The RCMP is in contact with the Village and is dealing this matter. We will continue...
Posted: Friday August 28, 2015
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Posted: Thursday August 27, 2015
Village of Holden Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Village of Holden will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Municipal Office, Village of...
Posted: Wednesday August 26, 2015
Posted: Wednesday August 19, 2015
Holden Council has set up a Gazebo Park Steering Committee to formulate a plan for landscaping and finishing of the park A volunteer public-at-large member is needed. Anyone with an interest in...
Posted: Wednesday August 19, 2015
Go East Regional Tourism Organization invites you to attend Eat East of Edmonton A Showcase of Local Food.  This event will take place at the Viking Community Hall on September 30, 2015 from 2:...
Posted: Monday August 17, 2015
Viking/Beaver FCSS is a member of the Flagstaff/Beaver Early Childhood Coalition.  The coalition is currently gathering information regarding children 0-5 and we would ask that you help us by...
Posted: Monday August 17, 2015
Don't miss any of the great performances booked this season.
Posted: Friday August 14, 2015
Most community events occur because of the generousity of SPONSORS, and the hard work of VOLUNTEERS. Two THANK YOU'S go out for summer events: Farmer's Day Junior Cattelemen Achievers Show...

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