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Mont St. Joseph Foundation hopes to raise $40,000 at annual gala For the past three years Calgary’s Gary Martin and his Heavenly Blues Band have been the soundtrack to the Mont St. Joseph Foundation’s annual fundraising gala. “It seems to be...
Local artists unite to support Big Brothers Big Sisters This weekend Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Prince Albert is bringing together an eclectic collection of performers to celebrate diversity and raise funds. “I was at the dress rehearsal and they’ve...
St. Mary High School brings 'the Diary of Anne Frank' to the stage In St. Mary High School’s latest theatrical production, drama teacher Jason Van Otterloo is hoping to make the historical current. From Wednesday, Nov. 23 to Sunday, Nov. 26...
Saskatoon Guns N’ Roses tribute band coming to the E.A. Rawlinson Centre For Saskatoon-based rock group the Nightrain, paying tribute to Guns N’ Roses is a lifestyle choice. Singer Evan Sikorsky has had to come up with new methods to train...
Prince Albert musician Nathan Thoen returns for first hometown show since last winter This summer Carlton Comprehensive High School alumnus Nathan Thoen was invited to address the school’s graduating class and give them some advice he wish he had at...
Real-life married couple cast as fictitious pair in upcoming dinner theatre show To kick off Odyssey Productions’ 25th season, theatre company president Kim Morrall is bringing to the stage the Saskatchewan play Baba and Gido’s 50th Wedding Anniversary — and...

Festive footwork

Barveenok Ukrainian dancers begin new season, learn from the professionals Prince Albert’s young Ukrainian dancers had their season debut over the weekend. More than 50 dancers age 4 to 18 showed off their moves on Saturday night as P.A.’s Ukrainian community...
Carlton brings stage production of 'James and the Giant Peach' to local grade schools Last year a group of Grade 11 and 12 students at Carlton Comprehensive High School were given an unusual task: to build a giant peach. It took...

An Epic debut

Newly published Alberta author finishes first book in seven-part historical saga When Sharyl Rains started writing her debut novel two and a half years ago she didn’t expect that it would turn into a seven-part epic. “I just kept writing and...
Ontario children’s writer journeys to Prince Albert to record first audiobook In 2011 Erin Hernden travelled to Prince Albert to visit family, take in the sights and record her first audiobook. The Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.-based writer had been working on...
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