Entertainment

By Jessi Gowan
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Some of Swift Current's brightest cultural alumni will be hitting the stage at the Lyric Theatre during their Festival of Excellence, part of the theatre's 100th Anniversary – A Living Legacy Celebration.


By Jessi Gowan — This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
A group of volunteers at First United Church have dedicated the fourth Wednesday of the month to provide a ‘Loose Change Supper’ for people in the southwest.

Tuesday, 03 April 2012 15:36

Committee works on roadmap for Centennial event

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Plans for the 2014 Centennial Celebration in Swift Current are well underway as committee members map out a branding strategy that will help create a celebration to remember.

Monday, 02 April 2012 15:22

Timothy Lenko wins Living Sky Talent Show crown

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After weekly performances throughout the month of March, Living Sky Talent Show held its finalé event on March 29 at the Sky Centre.

Thursday, 29 March 2012 08:30

Blake Shelton pulls out of Craven Jamboree

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As Blake Shelton gains fame and popularity on the hit television show, the Voice, his time becomes a valuable commodity. Festival organizers announced March 28 that Shelton has canceled his appearance at the 2012 show.

 

By Jessi Gowan
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Swift Current's Lyric Theatre hosted a Mexican Showcase March 24, offering diners the opportunity to taste unique and traditional Mexican dishes while enjoying some fantastic music and ambiance.

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While Swift Current was far away from any battlefield action during the Second World War, the drone of airplanes flying overhead was a frequent reminder to residents of Canada's involvement.

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