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Artist brings alternate history of Saskatchewan to Moose Jaw

Artist brings alternate history of Saskatchewan to Moose Jaw

“If we’re building a wall of history, the grout cracks is where I find all the actual interesting things.”
Weyburn Young Fellows Club supports May Clay program

Weyburn Young Fellows Club supports May Clay program

May Clay program receives $1,000 from Young Fellows
The 2022 Kipling Arts Fest highlights local talent

The 2022 Kipling Arts Fest highlights local talent

The Kipling Arts Fest once again showcased the talents of the community's students.
Weyburn’s Variations choir marks 30th anniversary

Weyburn’s Variations choir marks 30th anniversary

Variations to perform again on Sunday, May 15, at 2 p.m. at Grace United Church
Manor Public Library continues to thrive

Manor Public Library continues to thrive

The Manor Public Library remains an important gathering place in the village.
Weyburn author Anne Lazurko to have local launch for new novel

Weyburn author Anne Lazurko to have local launch for new novel

Lazurko is launching her novel, What is Written on the Tongue, on May 25 at the Ramada Hotel
Variations to ‘Just Sing’ to mark 30th year in Weyburn

Variations to ‘Just Sing’ to mark 30th year in Weyburn

Variations will perform music about the joy of singing, on May 13 and 15
Marley’s Dance Effex completes successful season

Marley’s Dance Effex completes successful season

Students showcased their talents during a performance in Arcola.
Dion Cochrane is the friendly face of Fencepost Fridays

Dion Cochrane is the friendly face of Fencepost Fridays

Dion Cochrane has gained popularity with her Fencepost Fridays initiative.
Cornerstone Community Theatre Group wows the crowd with Acting Can Be Murder

Cornerstone Community Theatre Group wows the crowd with Acting Can Be Murder

Cornerstone Community Theatre's latest production was a hit with people in the Carlyle area.