Literacy has long-been the focus of Palliser Regional Schools’ efforts. It’s serious stuff. Just don’t tell that to the four dozen students who are giving up some of their vacation to take part in Palliser’s Summer Reading Club.

Officials with the Remington Carriage Museum’s restoration workshop want to not only show the public important historic pieces of Canada’s past, but also to work with these historic pieces and restore them back to their former glory.

Pincher Creek recently placed a bid to the Southern Alberta Recreation Association to once again host the Southern Alberta Summer Games (SASG).

Entrepreneurs and business owners throughout Southern Alberta are invited to save Friday, Oct. 20 in their calendars as Brooks is hosting the Power Up Brooks Entrepreneurs Conference, tailor-made for Alberta’s rural communities.

The Town of Vulcan has launched a new website this year in hopes to better connect the public to its online presence. The new website was part of the Connected Communities Project that was started last year, and as of late March, the new and improved website is now live.

The Great Canadian Barn Dance and family campground are once again offering a season of events to entertain its audiences of all ages.

Drums ring through the air, as the sounds of feet tapping and people clapping can be heard while traditional dancers put on a show every Wednesday during the months of July and August at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.

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