Thursday, 06 December 2012 09:23

Artisans sale set for Sunday, Dec. 9

After successful Artisan Christmas 2011 and Spring Artisan 2012 sales, three southwest Saskatchewan artisans have again joined together to present their latest unique creations to the public at the Christmas Artisan Sale on Dec. 9 from 1-5 p.m. at Skyswept Designs Studio at the Entrepreneurial Centre, 885 6th Ave N.E., Swift Current.

Published in Arts

The December sale of Crown petroleum and natural gas and oil sands rights generated $11.5 million in revenue for the province, bringing final land sale revenues for the 2012 calendar year to $105.7 million.

Published in SW Sask News
Thursday, 06 December 2012 08:58

Car shoppers on the prowl in Swift Current

While Christmas shoppers in Swift Current are looking for the perfect gift for their loved ones, some individuals prefer to do their shopping by stealing items from vehicles.

Published in Swift Current News

Although the school volleyball season has just winded down, the club volleyball season is just getting started. 

Published in SW Sask Sports

Fire safety at home should always be a priority, but it becomes even more important at Christmas when families get together to share the festive spirit.

Published in Swift Current News

Tis’ the season to work miracles! And by donating blood people are helping to create a miracle for a hospital patient.

Published in Swift Current News

Babies will be racing to raise awareness for the Swift Current United Way at their first ever Baby Crawl, which will be held on Dec. 8 at the Swift Current Mall, starting at 4pm. Each crawling baby will don a onesie with the name of one of the United Way’s agency members, and will race down the mall to see which agency comes in first.

Published in Service Clubs

Families will be able to continue to enjoy a delightful holiday tradition this year with the Lyric Theatre’s Christmas Matinée, which will be offered on Dec. 15 and 16, at 1:30pm. In addition to making a craft and having a visit with Santa, kids will also have the chance to watch A Muppet Family Christmas.

Published in Arts

Students in the drama program at the Swift Current Comprehensive High School are getting ready for a busy weekend of performances of their fall production, Roald Dahl's 'The BFG.' A favorite story for many students in the group, the play promises to entertain audiences of all ages.

Published in Live Stage
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