The producers of the feature-length film Common Chord are pleased to announce the post-production phase is nearing completion. The Movie Mill hosted a test screening last week to gather unbiased feedback from audience members not associated with the project. This community input will allow producers to make final decisions on the storyline and enable completion of the film’s audio in time for it to be adjudicated at film festivals across Canada and the United States.
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The Galt Museum & Archives is looking for loans of pre-1980s whirligigs from southwestern Alberta to include in “Wind Work, Wind Play: Weathervanes and Whirligigs”–a travelling exhibit on loan from the Canadian Museum of Civilization [CMC] from June 1–September 2–as well as Alberta-made whirligigs and weathervanes for the August 31 Whirligigs & Weathervanes Family Festival on the Prairies, held in conjunction with the exhibit.
Exile at Last features poetry written during and after the Holocaust by internationally recognized Yiddish author and Holocaust survivor Chava Rosenfarb.
Lethbridge College is pleased to announce Knud Petersen, retired farmer and exceptional volunteer, as the Honorary Degree recipient for its convocation ceremonies. Petersen will be presented with his degree April 26.
2013 JUNO Award Nominees for Best Roots and Traditional Album: Group, make their first appearance at the Empress Theatre the two days leading up to JUNO week.
The reason this fraud is receiving special attention during Fraud Prevention month is that it is so prevalent across Canada. Although most of us feel confident we are protecting ourselves and our ID there is evidence to the contrary. Card skimming machines are inexpensive and the thieves are becoming more adept at obtaining information. The BBB serving Southern Alberta recommends that consumers take steps to protect themselves from becoming a victim.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a more talented pair than Toronto's Peter Katz and Emma-Lee. Both are singer/songwriters with many credits to their names- be it JUNO or Canadian Folk Music Awards nominations, multiple film and television placements or sold-out shows, between the two of them, they've got it all covered.
He's been called the Yo Yo Ma of the banjo, he's a multi-Juno award winning musician and composer, and he'll be taking the Empress audience on a musical trip around the world in March. Jayme Stone presents his Room of Wonders Tour on March 21 and March 22 at 8:00 p.m. at the Empress Theatre in Fort Macleod. Tickets are $32.00 each and available now.
Pick up a Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass for your child and show them how much fun skiing and snowboarding can be.
What started off as a very busy new year calls for a much-needed break during the month of March. Trying to figure out what to do with the family? Why not make the most of this vacation, and spend it together at some of Canada's favourite ski areas?
BMO Financial Group is donating 67 original pastel portraits by Nicholas de Grandmaison (1892-1978) from its art collection to the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery.
The collection, which is valued at more than $1.66 million, spans a period of more than 30 years and traces the development of de Grandmaison's talent and facility as one of the most important painters and portraitists of western First Nations people in Canada.
The Newcomers' Network is an annual event that brings immigrants face-to-face with specific sectors of our community to encourage inclusion at all levels. This year, hosting agency Lethbridge Family Services – Immigrant Services is partnering with the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce to focus the workshop on immigrants in the workplace.
Lethbridge residents are invited to discuss the latest strides in policy developments and the challenges and opportunities of the development of renewables in a non-renewable resource based economy at the latest Clean Drinks event, "Shifting to a Green Alberta Economy: Challenges and Opportunities of Small Scale Renewable Energy" on March 14th . From 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at tecconnect on the city's northside, people interested in renewable energy from across Alberta have the opportunity to attend a brief presentation from companies and organizations operating in the renewable energy sector to learn about their experiences and perspectives on business opportunities and challenges.
University of Lethbridge researcher Dr. Olga Kovalchuk is the recipient of a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Chair dedicated to examining the effects occupational radiation exposure has on men and women working in nuclear industries.
A musical biography of Michael Jackson's life will be staged in theatres across Canada in 2013. After a hugely successful 2011 world tour to South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and South Asia, the musical biography Michael Jackson HIStory will tour Canada for the first time.