Arts

Thursday, 25 April 2013 11:19

Fun Fly event soars April 28 in Swift Current

Written by

Local kite enthusiasts can gear up for this summer’s Windscape Kite Festival with a Fun Fly on April 28th, put on by the Windscape Kite Club.

Those who want to be in a western movie: heads up, director Dustin Alen is looking for you.

Following up on her reading last summer, author Corinne Jeffery will be making another appearance the Swift Current Library to read from the newest book in her Understanding Ursula trilogy – Thriving: 1920-1939. The series follows a German Lutheran family who have fled Russia, and are now pioneering near Melville, SK.

A coffeehouse evening at Art Gallery of Swift Current on March 22 offered an opportunity for patrons to enjoy a night of great music, hors d'oeuvres, and a walk-and-talk tour of the exhibition with local artist Stephanie Kaduck. Kaduck's exhibition, Tome, will be presented until April 28.

Foremost is known as a close-knit town where people would help anyone, neighbour or stranger.

“Keep Calm and Carry On” is a recognizable phrase which has its origin based in the British government’s way of trying to keep the public docile during the beginning of the Second World War.

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 13:31

Eastend author shortlisted for Saskatchewan Book Award

Written by

Eastend author Sean Virgo's most recent book, Dibidalen, was recently shortlisted for a 2013 Saskatchewan Book Award for Fiction.

Page 19 of 44

More In Entertainment...