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On Stage Dance Festival wraps up another year

Some 800 dancers converged upon the Humboldt Uniplex between April 11 and 14, to compete in the annual On Stage Dance Festival held in Humboldt.
Finding yourself Somewhere in Saskatchewan

Finding yourself Somewhere in Saskatchewan

Audiences can get lost Somewhere.Saskatchewan playwright Kelley Jo Burke and singer-songwriter Carrie Catherine will bring the production "Somewhere, SK" to the stage at Dancing Sky Theatre later this month.
Music, dance and barbecued elk

Music, dance and barbecued elk

Music, dancing and more music and dancing coming up next weekend. The Battlefords 16th annual PolkaFest is Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20 at the Knights of Columbus Centre in North Battleford. The music runs from 7 to 11 p.m.
Langhorst book up for award

Langhorst book up for award

The title was inspired by geese; the collection has earned a place on the shortlist for a provincial award. Dr. Barb Langhorst, a professor at St.
Personal journey made public on gallery walls

Personal journey made public on gallery walls

A year-long personal journey has gone public. Fifty-two small works of art by fabric artist Carol Schmold are hanging on the walls of the Humboldt and District Museum and Gallery this month.

Art, music and a day to wear pink

The Battlefords are buzzing this coming week. Not only has spring tentatively arrived, there are events for art and music lovers, and a day to say "no" to bullying. For art lovers, there is a new exhibit at the Chapel Gallery in North Battleford.
From Humboldt to the film studio: Heidi Ford

From Humboldt to the film studio: Heidi Ford

From jumping off a stack of 25 chairs when she was a small child to crashing through a movie set's window as an adult, Humboldt native Heidi Ford is making her mark as a stunt double in the film industry.
A sunny day for creating art

A sunny day for creating art

The Battlefords Art Club met on a bright sunny Tuesday this week. Members worked on a variety of pieces in watercolour, acrylic and fabric. We invite you to be at the Don Ross Centre on a Tuesday morning or from 7 to 9 p.m. in the evening.

But is it art?

Dear Editor As the Dekker Centre enters it's seventh month of operation, I find myself utterly dissapointed at the extemely short list of events that have taken place at the Dekker Centre.
Vancouver Chamber Choir joined by local singers

Vancouver Chamber Choir joined by local singers

They sang sweetly, softly, loudly, professionally. Then they were joined by 67 local singers to blow the audience's hair back with their power.