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On May 22, the Town of Raymond proudly presents the return of Encore Drive-In Nights with Bon Jovi, one night only! The brand-new pre-recorded concert will feature one of the biggest names in rock music. Limited tickets will be available due to COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing mea…

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The Lyric Theatre just sending out a reminder for those who are missing the arts... 1. Tonight, Wednesday, April 21st at 7 p.m., simultaneously on our Lyric Facebook page and YouTube, under the heading, Lyric Digital Stage Write Out Loud #13, you'll get to enjoy the wonderful storytelling of…

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Dr. Shirley R Steinberg the writer and director of the documentary Elders’ Room, has a lot to smile about. The documentary about Kainai High School was selected for viewing at NorthWestFest a documentary festival, based in Edmonton which will run from May 6-16. With pandemic restrictions the…

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Carol Rose GoldenEagle is an Aboriginal artist, published poet, short story writer, and playwright. As a visual artist, her work has been exhibited in art galleries across Saskatchewan and northern Canada. A CD of women’s drum songs, on which Carol was featured, was recently nominated for a …

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Kristine Scarrow is the Writer-in-Residence at St. Paul's Hospital in Saskatoon, as part of the Healing Arts Program. This multi-disciplinary team is comprised of an artist-in-residence, a music therapist, a writer-in-residence, and volunteer artists in the community. Through her workshops, …

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Lethbridge’s Southern Alberta Art Gallery (SAAG) is hosting a couple if important events in recognition of Black History Month. One occurred Feb. 6 but there is one still coming on Valentine’s Day from 2-4 p.m.

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Leader musician Berkley Jodoin received an $18,000 Indigenous Peoples Art and Artists grant from SK Arts to create a full-length album of original songs, while bringing light to the suicide crisis that communities have been experiencing.

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Rosebud Theatre is thrilled to announce that we will be bringing live theatre back to Alberta, re-opening on November 6 with a safely distanced Charles Dickens’ classic, ‘A Christmas Carol.’

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At the end of March Friesen Press and Jump into the Story Media jointly released local author, Ray Friesen’s, second book, Wandering the Wilderness: A Guide for Weary Wanderers and Searching Skeptics. 

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Saskatchewan country musician Justin LaBrash and his band True North performed at a free drive-in concert at Kinetic Park in Swift Current, July 25. The Taking it to the Streets 2020 concert was hosted by members of the Swift Current business community, spearheaded by Bumper to Bumper Great …

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Saskatchewan country musician Justin LaBrash and his band True North performed at a free drive-in concert at Kinetic Park in Swift Current, July 25. The Taking it to the Streets 2020 concert was hosted by members of the Swift Current business community, spearheaded by Bumper to Bumper Great …

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According to Gordon McCall, artistic and executive director of the Lyric Theatre, even with the lifting of some sanctions on a provincial level, The Lyric Theatre will remain closed. Here is the letter sent out July 15"Update On The Lyric Theatre Re-OpeningWe want to take this opportunity to…

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The Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC), along with its member arts councils — including the Swift Current Allied Arts Council — announced July 13 the decision has been made to postpone all tour dates in the 2020/2021 Season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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The Rosebud Homestage Tour is Rosebud Theatre’s “connection to you while shows are paused at the theatre. This is a new twist on a backstage tour, bringing you into the living rooms of artists connected with Rosebud to entertain you with bits of live music and theatre. Tune in every week to …

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The Esplanade will reopen on a limited basis and transit operations will begin to return to normal — including collecting of fees — on June 15, the City announced on Tuesday during a regular update to the media on pandemic response.

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Swift Current musician Glenna Switzer hosted a musical event on the front lawn of her home that brought performers of all ages together while still staying six feet apart in adherence to the COVID-19 physical distancing measures.