There was a sold-out performance by Vancouver singer-songwriter Jill Barber at the Blenders concert in Swift Current, Oct. 4.
The second season of the Lyric Theatre’s Sparks in the Dark play series will bring three new productions to the stage to offer an enriching live theatre experience to audiences.
The unusual sight of desert sand dunes rising out of the prairie landscape and a nearby artistic oasis are featured in the latest video in the documentary series Stories from Saskatchewan's Great Southwest.
A new thought-provoking and must-see documentary entitled “Breaking Loneliness” will be available on CBC Gem Sept. 27 and airing on CBC TV in Alberta on Sept. 28.
The first annual Medicine Hat Cowboy Poetry and Western Music Show will celebrate (livestock) brands at 7 p.m., Sept. 28 at Harmony Hall in Redcliff.
While there won’t be rhinestones, jumpsuits or capes, Steve Pineo will knock your socks off with his authentic tribute to Elvis at the Empress Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.
Gail Bowen’s best-known works are the Joanne Kilbourn series of mystery novels, all of which are set in Saskatchewan. These books have received national and international acclaim for their realistic heroine and examination of contemporary social issues. Six books in the series were successfu…
According to Arkells lead singer Max Kerman, the last time the band played a gig in Lethbridge was at The Slice many years ago. This time around, the highly in-demand band headlines the StagEX Music Festival during Whoop-Up Days at Exhibition Park in Lethbridge Aug. 23.
Lethbridge based DJ crew and electronic music production company, LEMF, along with their partners Unified Vibe and 98.1 2Day FM will be hosting the 8th Annual Lethbridge Electronic Music Festival (LEMF) on Saturday, August 17th in downtown Lethbridge at Galt Gardens Park. The free event star…
There is a federal election coming this October. Members of Parliament and candidates are canvassing their constituents at barbecues, golf tournaments and eventually all-candidate debates.
The current exhibition at the Art Gallery of Swift Current presents a selection of work by professional artists living in southwest Saskatchewan.
The Empress Theatre is pleased to host a new collection of fantastic Canadian talent during its Centre Stage Concert Series this season. Comprised of six concerts running September through April, the Centre Stage Series offers a mix of musical styles and genres.
The City of Swift Current Parks Play Program and the Kiwanis Club have partnered together for our annual Kiwanis Coin Carnival event! On Friday, August 9th from 1–4:30 p.m. at Highland Park, children are welcome to come and play carnival games, make crafts, and bounce around in our awesome b…
There’s a South Wind musical forecast for Steeplejack’s Available Talent Cabaret in Herbert on Saturday Aug. 10, 2019.
The excitement is building among the cast and production team for the inaugural production of the Lyric Theatre's first season of The Great Southwest Shakespeare Festival.
The Galt Museum and Archives in Lethbridge, held a book signing for locally renowned author Chris Morrison’s book Waterton Chronicles II: Markers of Our Past on June 19.
Due to the very wet conditions of the rodeo arena, the Colter Wall and Nitty Gritty Dirt band concert will NOW be held at Innovation Credit Union i-plex at 8:00pm.
It's done. After starting her writing journey five years ago the third installment of The Everlasting Trilogy is now ready be unleashed on the public and Medicine Hat author Virginia Bennett couldn't be happier or prouder.
Vauxhall native Brock Skretting has worked hard at establishing himself in the Alberta film industry. He has been an assistant director on television shows Wynonna Earp and Lost in Space to a production assistant on CBC’s Heartland to a trainee production coordinator on the Academy Award win…
Lethbridge’s New West Theatre is reaching back into its history with a nostalgic variety show called Roots: Back to the Beginning at the Empress Theatre.
Frontier Days Announcement- June 26th Fresh Air Cinema Movie – Family Night DUMBO will be soaring into the Grandstand under the Stars on June 26th on the Fresh Air Cinema Big Screen.
A memorable ship voyage along the Canadian west coast has inspired Maple Creek artist Geoff Phillips to raise awareness about reconciliation.
The Long Day’s Night Music Festival is a 4-day series of nightly music performances June 2-0-23 that accompanies the SaskPower Windscape Kite Festival. This festival features nightly concerts under the big top tent in the Windscape Kite Field just south of Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
The Long Day’s Night Music Festival is a 4-day series of nightly music performances June 20-23 that accompanies the SaskPower Windscape Kite Festival. This festival features nightly concerts under the big top tent in the Windscape Kite Field just south of Swift Current.
Chautauqua is back – with a new format and a new date. Chautauqua Independent Play Festival is styled after the many fringe festivals that take place across Canada. The plays are approximately an hour long, with a quick setup and strike between shows. Content is fresh and new – often tested …
Writer and visual artist Hillarie Tasche is looking forward to sharing her work with the community where her creative life started.
Hillarie Tasche is a writer and visual artist who grew up in Swift Current and is now based in Winnipeg. She’s pursuing success as a writer of fiction and poetry.
On May 9, Ray Friesen’s first book, Jump into the Story: The Art of Creative Preaching, will be released at a Book Launch and Signing event at Urban Ground in Swift Current.
Val Marie artist Diana Chabros hopes her current exhibition at the Art Gallery of Swift Current will provide an opportunity to visitors to reflect on their personal relationship with nature.
The precocious Matilda is a little bit naughty and a whole lot delightful in the Empress Theatre’s spring production of Matilda The Musical!
Swift Current Little Theatre is returning to the stage with a hilarious farce that will keep audiences laughing throughout the riotous plot with many twists and turns.
Swift Current choral director Marcia McLean has been working with singers from across the province in her role as conductor of the Saskatchewan Youth Choir (SYC).