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Voices of the North celebrates 25th anniversary with two separate concerts When Prince Albert’s Voices of the North show was first organized, there wasn’t even an audition process. Now, 25 years later, organizers are getting so many applicants that they’re...

Building the arts

New music room almost ready as PACI continues to renovate its art department The Prince Albert Collegiate Institute (PACI) is nearing the end of a serendipitous four-year-project to renovate its arts spaces. The project began in 2013, when dance teacher Alicia...
Indigenous storyteller speaking in Prince Albert Monday Stories saved Joseph Naytowhow’s life. The Indigenous storyteller, knowledge keeper and motivational speaker will be in Prince Albert Monday at Sask Polytech as a part of aboriginal storytelling month. The local campus is hosting two...
Richard Inman bringing lyric-focused country-folk style to Prince Albert A country-folk artist will be making his most northern tour stop Monday when he performs in Prince Albert. Richard Inman will be playing the Rock Trout on Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. The...
Winter Festival exhibition reception to be held Friday, Curator walk Saturday The first highly anticipated Winter Festival-related event is almost here. Friday marks the official launch of the 41st annual Winter Festival Art Show and Sale at the Mann Art Gallery. This...
Prince Albert poets prepare for elaborate Valentine’s Eve performance Prince Albert’s Sans Nom poetry group is celebrating Valentine’s Day with heart and humour. “We were talking about doing a community reading and talking about getting the attention of more people than...
P.A. author and artist discusses role of mittens in Métis culture In her latest book, local artist and author Leah Marie Dorion examines traditional Métis mitten-making and encourages others to participate in that tradition as well. Dorion introduced the book, Métis...
Prince Albert Concert Band presents first small ensemble concert For the first time the Prince Albert Concert Band is performing not as a single unit, but as multiple smaller ensembles. “I was thinking about how we hear the sound of the...

Timeless tribute

Brent Stewart’s Rod Stewart tribute has been called as close to the real thing as you can get, with a voice so similar  producers use it to pitch songs to the legend himself The E.A. Rawlinson Centre will be rocking...
Local rock group returns to Telemiracle to perform extended overnight set Prince Albert-based rock group Einsteins of 9 have been invited back to perform at the Kinsmen Foundation Telemiracle telethon in Regina next month. “Just based on last year’s audition and...
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