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The Arts

This summer camp teaches girls how to rock

Posted on July 26, 2017

Lethbridge girls have been learning how to rock for the past five years with a little help from Lethbridge Girls Rock Camp. For a week,… Read More »

CD has southern Alberta flavour

Posted on July 19, 2017

Local musician Ryan (Skinny) Dyck a.k.a. Danny Dyck is excited to present his new compilation of 20 mostly southern Alberta musicians called Twenty-One Nighters. “There… Read More »

Wide-open music

Posted on July 19, 2017

Mike Spencer is excited to welcome back a lot of old friends to Lethbridge to play the Wide Skies Music Festival, outside the Southminster United… Read More »

Making the world a better place

Posted on July 12, 2017

The world could use a cup of kindness, so Lethbridge-based artist and writer Constance Douglas created “Kindling Kindness,” a program designed to help kids recognize… Read More »

New West celebrates home talent

Posted on July 5, 2017

New West Theatre is not only celebrating “homegrown” Canadian music but also local music in its new summer production, aptly titled “Homegrown,” running July 5-22… Read More »

Centric Music Fest hits right chord

Posted on July 5, 2017

Ryan Kolodziej is pleased to take the reins of the Lethbridge classical music festival, the Centric Music festival from founder Jesse Plessis. The fifth annual… Read More »

Comedy of Errors in the park

Posted on June 21, 2017

Shakespeare in the Park members are having fun playing with the comedy “A Comedy of Errors,” which opens at Galt Gardens, June 29 at 7… Read More »

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