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Assiniboia Arts Council to host annual meeting

Assiniboia Arts Council to host annual meeting

There are many things that the Assiniboia and District Arts Council will be planning for the upcoming year.
Arliss Dellow retiring as marshal at White Bear Golf Course

Arliss Dellow retiring as marshal at White Bear Golf Course

Dellow has been the course marshal for years, and has enjoyed the job.
Bring on the Arcola Craft and Trade Show

Bring on the Arcola Craft and Trade Show

Organizers of the Arcola Craft and Trade Show are eager to see the event return.
Carlyle Homespun Craft Show and Sale is set to make its return

Carlyle Homespun Craft Show and Sale is set to make its return

Event will make its return to Carlyle on Sept. 17 and 18.
Jacqui Beckett enjoys her pottery and other art forms

Jacqui Beckett enjoys her pottery and other art forms

Beckett always loved art and her first inspiration for art came from her Grade 3 teacher Marion Donald.
Kisbey holds its first Music in the Park

Kisbey holds its first Music in the Park

This is the first year for the Music in the Park. Approximately 70 people enjoyed the music by Curtis and Bonnie Szakacs and family, Timothy Kirhofer and Troy MacNaughton.
‘Meeting for Tea’ art exhibition hosted at Shurniak Gallery

‘Meeting for Tea’ art exhibition hosted at Shurniak Gallery

The “Meeting for Tea: On the Road to Decolonization” will include a celebration of teas will occur during a three-day event, September 15 to 17.
Recreational and  artistic activities at the CU Spark Centre

Recreational and artistic activities at the CU Spark Centre

A sports jam program will be available for children throughout the fall, with Friday dates in September.
A look at the top hits of the summer, such as Top Gun: Maverick

A look at the top hits of the summer, such as Top Gun: Maverick

Cairns on Cinema - A look back at the winners at the 2022 summer box office.
Regina’s first Indigenous artist in residence is introduced

Regina’s first Indigenous artist in residence is introduced

Audie Murray, a Métis visual artist from Regina, starts her new role.
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