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Honouring the 60th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice on July 27 and the 516 Canadians who made the ultimate sacrifice during this war, the Empress Theatre presents the fourth Annual Canadian Forces Memorial Film Festival in Fort Macleod.

This Halloween the scariest place in Swift Current is most likely to be the Living Sky Casino Sky Centre, where a locally-produced horror movie will be screened for the first time.

Lovers of fine art have a rare opportunity this weekend to visit the Lac Pelletier studio of one of Canada’s most prominent contemporary landscape painters.

Wednesday, 09 October 2013 15:29

More Rosebud success stories

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 On Sunday, September 29, Rosebud School of the Arts inducted four new graduates as Fellows of the Rosebud School of the Arts Guild (FRSA) at the school’s annual graduation and scholarship event The ROSAs: Recognizing Outstanding Student Achievement.

Swift Current residents were able to show their love for culture during the third celebration of Culture Days in the city from Sept. 27-29.

Wednesday, 25 September 2013 13:22

Geography brings Candace Savage to Lyric Theatre

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For award-winning Saskatoon author Candace Savage, it was so important to speak about her most recent work at the Lyric Theatre’s Write Out Loud series that she wrote a request to the organizing committee.

There are talented artists in communities across southwest Saskatchewan, but it is not always easy for art lovers to explore their work.

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