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Scrapbooking is a fantastic way to socialize

Scrapbooking is a fantastic way to socialize

Scrapbookers gather regularly at the Tecumseh branch of the Royal Canadian Legion in Stoughton.
Art installation spreads its wings in Assiniboia

Art installation spreads its wings in Assiniboia

Project possible through a $20,000 community art grant.
Locals talents and venue among the finalists for SaskMusic awards

Locals talents and venue among the finalists for SaskMusic awards

Last Birds, Jeff D. Michel and the Happy Nun Cafe are all finalists for this year's honours.
Rainbow Jellyfish beadwork is a story of modern Métis experience

Rainbow Jellyfish beadwork is a story of modern Métis experience

Krista Leddy spent untold hours dreaming, sketching and planning out the layout of Rainbow Jellyfish.
Seven artists honoured by Saskatchewan Arts Awards

Seven artists honoured by Saskatchewan Arts Awards

Lt.-Gov. and honorary awards also announced.
Weyburn author gained many insights visiting Indonesia for book

Weyburn author gained many insights visiting Indonesia for book

Weyburn author Anne Lazurko shared some of her personal experiences in research for her second novel, “What is Written on the Tongue”
Weyburn Concert Series says farewell to volunteer of 46 years

Weyburn Concert Series says farewell to volunteer of 46 years

A special tribute was held for volunteer Lynn Kot prior to the concert with Ken Lavigne on Tuesday night.
Kipling and Area Arts Council launches new season

Kipling and Area Arts Council launches new season

On stage, the audience bears witness to musicians who improvise, interpret their repertoire and blend their voices together in harmonies.   
Chicago-based blues guitarist to perform at Pumpjacks

Chicago-based blues guitarist to perform at Pumpjacks

The precision and level of energy is just spectacular and will leave you astounded by the driving force, the contemporary blues, and the soulful ballads of Michael Charles.
Classically trained tenor to feature ‘three knights’ in concert

Classically trained tenor to feature ‘three knights’ in concert

“I don’t pretend to sing like Elton John or Paul McCartney, but it’s my own style of their music. I expect people will be mouthing along with many of the songs,” said Lavigne.
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