All private social gatherings are limited to a maximum of 15 people
regardless of whether the gathering is fully or partially indoors or outdoors.
For the purposes of this Order, "private social gatherings" is defined as any type
of private social function or gathering at which a group of people come together
and move freely around to associate, mix or interact with each other for social
purposes rather than remaining seated or stationary for the duration of the
function or gathering and may include events such as wedding and funeral
receptions, parties, and dinners.
Continue with running and walking groups
Individuals within groups are sufficiently spread out to meet Government requirements
Down Downs and Regroups to be combined
They will be outdoors
No Hash cash is required
Down Down beers will still be provided in a common cooler
Bring your own drinking vessel
BYOB, if you are not comfortable retrieving a beer from the common cooler
No masks are required while running or walking
Masks are required while in Circle
Masks are required during Down Downs
In order to form reasonable sized Circles,
cohorts should try to group together and leave appropriate space
between other cohorts.
Do your best to spread out while maintaining a reasonable circle.
As always, participate at your comfort level, everyone has to make this a
personal choice, in the best interest for themselves and their families.
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Receeding Hare Line
updated: Thursday, November 19 at 04:04:12 PM
Duke of Hurl : A Celebration of Life
May 17, 2019 —
A celebration of life for Duke of Hurl (Greg Kuhl in real life)
will be held on Friday, May 17, 2019
at LEYDEN'S CHAPEL OF REMEMBRANCE
(corner of 17th Avenue & 2nd Street SW) at 2:30 p.m.,
preceded by viewing at 1:30 p.m.,
and followed by a gathering at Mill Street Brew Pub.
Interment will take place on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at Eden Brook Memorial Gardens
(Lower Springbank Road & 17th Avenue SW) at 10:00 a.m
April 19 —
Today would have been The Lady in Red's 60th birthday had she not been taken from us less
than a week from celebrating her 57th birthday.
Perhaps you've heard the story about how she accidentally
inspired the world's first Red Dress Run.
April 15, Edmonton —
Shit Happens passed away peacefully this afternoon with his parents by his side.
Somewhere a lake is being formed by the rivers of tears from the people he touched.
Thanks to all the friends and family that supported Rob during his final journey.
Raise a Black Label and wish him a fond farewell - On-On Shit Happens
Canadian breaks Beer Mile World Record
London, Ontario - Lewis Kent, a fourth-year University of Western Ontario kinesiology student classes
has broken the world record for the "beer mile".
Read about it at
NCIS: New Orleans goes Hashing!
On October 27, NCIS: New Orleans airs "Insane in the Membrane".
This episode features the Hash House Harriers' annual Red Dress Run.
The run is cut short when a Petty Officer is found dead in
the French Quarter.