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Entertainment

Thursday, 17 March 2011 11:14

Exhibit demonstrates a wide variety of visual art

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By John R. Statton
Swift Current
Regina artist Nick Louma has returned home to showcase his work in the Art Gallery of Swift Current’s (AGSC) Mind the Gap exhibit.

Thursday, 10 March 2011 16:13

Lorenz likes the rock, but has definitely gone country

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By John R. Statton
Swift Current
Hailing from Airdrie, Alta. Mark Lorenz has a passion for playing country music.

Thursday, 11 August 2011 15:23

Swift Current will feature a celebration of culture

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By Shann Gowan


Come the end of September, Swift Current will be awash with cultural activity as it welcomes Culture Days, a three-day festival from Friday, September 30 to Sunday, October 2.

Due to the expected unfavorable weather today, the Penny Carnival has been relocated to the Curling Rink side at the i-plex.  If you love games and great food, come to the i- plex for a great time.

Wednesday, 14 April 2010 16:48

Making a splash in Leader with a new pool

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By Gail Jansen
Leader
The Town of Leader will soon be making a splash with their new pool set to begin construction this fall.

Tuesday, 06 April 2010 15:46

Lyric Theatre has revitalized southwest Sask. music scene

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By Gail Jansen
Swift Current
When musician-in-residence Dave Lang began at the Lyric with funding and support provided by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, it was with an aim to making live music, once more, a staple at this once vibrant historical theatre. It worked.

Tuesday, 16 February 2010 09:54

Photo Gallery: Swift Current powwow

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Dancers fill the arena floor at Swift Current's First Annual Powwow. Select image to view photo gallery

 

The Living Sky Casino first annual roundance and powwow was held in Swift Current the weekend of February 12 to 14.

A handful of dancers and singers travelled from distances as far away as Arizona and New Mexico to participate in the powwow and compete for approximately $75,000 prize money throughout the weekend.

Plans are already underway to organize the next powwow in February 2011.

Organizers believe the event will only continue to grow. Approximately 350 dancers and 17 drum groups, with 10 drummers per group, registered for the the inaugural event. An estimated 1,000 people per day went through doors of Kinetic Exhibition Park Stockade Building to watch the powwow.

 

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