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Country music returns to MacDowall as Hillbilly Homestead opens for the summer Hillbilly Homestead proprietor Audrey Neubuhr said when it comes to booking musicals acts, “We just kind of let the people decide what we should be doing.” It’s been two...
Watsonaires mark Canada’s 150th birthday at annual spring concert The Watsonaires are celebrating Canada Day early this year. Prince Albert’s women’s choir is holding its annual spring show this Sunday at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre and this year the group is...
Aurora art show and sale moves from P.A. Arts Centre to Rock Trout Café Prince Albert’s Aurora Art Group is undergoing a change of scenery for their annual art show and sale. The exhibition has typically been held at the P.A....
Art exhibit showcases the lights and colours of streetscapes and landscapes In Christina Thoen’s latest exhibit, the local artist is bringing together the light, colour and energy of the urban and natural worlds. She’s says it’s a combination that has always...
P.A. Concert Band and Strings Orchestra unite for second joint concert Last year the Prince Albert Concert Band and Prince Albert Strings Orchestra decided to team up for the first time for a group performance at Blessed Marie Rivier Catholic...
Spark Theatre announces two new dates for ‘Vagina Monologues’ Spark Theatre artistic director Roxanne Dicke said she’s never had to extend the run of one of her Prince Albert productions until now. Dicke said Spark’s upcoming production of The Vagina Monologues...
The E.A. Rawlinson Centre will be enveloped in a splash of colour this weekend as the 30th annual Barveenok Ukrainian Dance Festival takes the stage. The festival, featuring group, solo and small group performances from P.A’s talented Ukrainian dancers, runs...
Harmonica and Accordion Show returns to Heritage Centre for second-straight year Musicians from across central Saskatchewan are descending on Prince Albert this Sunday for the annual Harmonica and Accordion Show. The concert is returning to its new location, the Heritage Centre,...
Spark Theatre brings ‘The Vagina Monologues’ to Prince Albert Prince Albert’s Spark Theatre is wrapping up its inaugural season with a production that artistic director Roxanne Dicke hopes will get people talking: Eve Ensler’s Vagina Monologues. “It’s a classic piece. It’s...
Plaza 88 marks two-year anniversary with performance by young Saskatchewan quartet Eva Folks never imagined that her four young children would become a touring musical act after playing in public for only four years. “I did not expect it to happen...
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