Arts

Flourish — the ability to not only survive but to thrive and prosper — pertains to all aspects of life and resonates strongly with club members and is why the theme was chosen for this exhibit. 

A documentary (Daring to Die: The Story of The Black Devils) and presentation on the elite Second World War commando force known as The Black Devils will be held on Sunday, Nov.  9 at 2 p.m. in the Medicine Hat Public Library Theatre.

Stew Tasche is expressing a lifelong passion for the Cypress Hills in a new musical drama about a crucial time in the region’s history.

Members of the Prairie Quills Writer’s Group embraced the idea of centring their fifth anthology, Reflections From The Creek, around the centennial celebration of Swift Current and community.

The long-term renovation project at the Lyric Theatre will soon be moving into a new phase after the initial work ensured the historical building will remain structurally sound.

Forty years ago, the efforts of a committed group of Swift Current residents to promote the visual arts in the community came to fruition when the R.C. Dahl Centre opened to house the Swift Current National Exhibition Centre and branch library.

When coming to southwest Saskatchewan Craig Baird had a job in Gull Lake, but not long after decided to go on his own as a free bird ... or is that Baird?

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