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Communithon seeking entertainment, to host Battle of the Acts

A reminder that the ongoing Communithon theme is “Fall in Love with Communithon.”
This was one of several groups from Assiniboia Park school to perform at Communithon - archive photo.

WEYBURN - The Communithon Entertainment Committee is now welcoming applications for entertainers on behalf of the 42nd Weyburn Communithon. A reminder that the ongoing Communithon theme is “Fall in Love with Communithon.”

Each year performers come out and help to raise much needed funds for these community agencies so they can continue to provide their valuable programs and services for the citizens of the city and surrounding area.

This year’s event will again feature live, in-person entertainment. To be part of this event, the Communithon Entertainment Committee would ask residents to visit their webpage, fill out the application form and then email it back to

The event will feature a new spotlight this year, “Battle of the Acts.” The first three acts to apply for “Battle of the Acts” will be competing against one another to raise the most donations. The winner will be decided based upon how much money the “acts” receive in donations prior to Communithon, as well as during their half hour live set during the event. The winner chosen will be the closing act of the night.

The deadline to register for Community is October 2nd 2023. If the public has any questions regarding the registration, they may email the Entertainment Committee and they will provide guidance.

The Committee looks forwarding to seeing the community come together for the 42nd annual Communithon being held on October 27th from 8 a.m.  to 11 p.m. Together as a community, Weyburn can help Communithon reach their goal of $82,023.

The 10 community agencies that will benefit from your talents are: Big Brothers Big Sisters, Canadian Mental Health Association-Weyburn, Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Care-A-Van Society, Community Low Income Centre, Envision Counselling & Support Centre, Inclusion-Weyburn, Southeast Newcomer Services Weyburn, Spinal Cord Injury, and Weyburn Youth Centre

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