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Local actress teaches the art of improvisation Adreanna Boucher says when she was younger she was “definitely not a very outgoing and fun-loving person,” but a high school drama class helped her face her fear and gave her an outlet...
Art studio tour welcomes art enthusiasts to explore the beauty of the Shell Lake area Ever since Annette Henbid was a child, the Prince Albert artist has been spending weekends at Iroquois Lake near the community of Shell Lake, one...
Some of Canada’s top musical acts will be coming to Prince Albert for the E.A. Rawlinson Centre’s Fall 2017 season. The theatre announced its line-up earlier this month. It features names such as Aaron Pritchett, Elliot Brood, Burton Cummings, and,...
local entertainer will be the one to take people through it. Magician and hypnotist Roger Boucher has been named as the host of RiseUp TV, a program created to introduce the world to the personalities, sights and sounds of artists...
Terra Lennox-Zepp loves Prince Albert’s downtown. The neighbourhood is more than just part of the city councillor’s ward. To her, it’s a unique part of the city to be celebrated. Lennox-Zepp wants others to know what she does about the...
A local theatre group is hoping to take audience members on a quick yet entertaining trip through Greek mythology at a coming fundraiser. Odyssey Productions is holding a Greek Festival fundraiser at the Wildlife Federation Hall on July 29. The event...
Art studio tour welcomes visitors to meet local artists Four years ago, local painter June Ricklefs reached out to artists in the Christopher and Emma Lake area by Highway 263 to open their studios to the public for one weekend...
PA Food Bank calls on local artist to assist in construction of sacred circle On Friday afternoon local Métis artist Leah Dorion led a group of about 15 people from the Prince Albert Food Bank and the Métis Addictions Council...
Art exhibit provides creative perspectives of Saskatchewan landscapes Kent Tate and Sharon Olson look at the Prairies differently. In their work, Tate, a video artist, and Olson, a painter, explore the beauty of the Saskatchewan landscape, which they say is often...
Meacham potters’ exhibit begins debut Canadian showing in Prince Albert Two years ago Meacham potters Bonnie Gilmour and Charley Farrero created and exhibited a new body of work in a small town in the south of France. This week that collection...
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