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Sunday , 26 September 2021

Arts & Culture

Bonnyville native starring in TV pilot about oil and gas industry

Show developers in talks with streaming giants to continue production. Natallie Gamble knows the oil and gas industry–now the question becomes, can she make viewers believe it. The Bonnyville native is the lead actress in the Alberta-based TV pilot Pipe Nation, where she plays a debt-ridden, single mom working on …

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Splashes of colour to fill new Vermilion art gallery

Vermilion residents can’t wait for September 1 when the Upper Level Pottery & Art Gallery is set open downtown. The new gallery will be located in the Craig’s Cornerstone building and will feature local artists of all kinds. Metal, soapstone carving, woodwork, mixed media, acrylic painting, and copper jewellery can …

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RMHC golf tournament tees off Saturday

Charitable golf tournament adapts to continue. The Ronald McDonald House charity will be hosting it’s sixth annual Alberta Lakeland Charity Golf event in Cold Lake this weekend with a new format to work around COVID-19 obstacles. The event will tee off at the Cold Lake Golf & Winter Club for …

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MOULY: Reflecting on a poignant documentary and a special friend

I recently watched #AnneFrank – Parallel Stories. The Netflix documentary follows Oscar winner Helen Mirren as she reads excerpts from Frank’s diary. The show also recaps events of additional holocaust survivors. It’s been many years since I read the world renowned book, but watching the show was a bitter sweet …

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Drive-in movie dates coming for St. Paul and Elk Point

After hosting a drive-in event last month, St. Paul will have further movie events throughout the summer along with Elk Point. The films come courtesy of the County of St. Paul and Elk Point FCSS, who will be showing three separate films at different locations across July and August. The …

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All summer performances have been cancelled for Music in the Forest

Music in the Forest’s summer line-up has been officially cancelled because of COVID-19 and social distancing regulations.  Altogether, there have been seven performances that were cancelled. These musicians include, Von Bieker, Sweet Santa Fe, Andrew Judah, Rory Taillon, Casati, Louise, Lately, Brooklyn Doran.  There are no concrete plans as to …

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No plans this year at CLNFC for National Indigenous History Month

As with most things this year, there are no events planned from the Cold Lake Native Friendship Centre for National Indigenous History Month. While the province is speeding up reopening plans, the Friendship Centre is electing to remain in an appointment-only state due to COVID-19 concerns. “For us, it seems …

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Cold Lake Museums considering viewing tower to increase tourism

The Cold Lake Museums are looking to increase their attendance numbers with a proposed viewing tower in the hopes that it will help the area become a major tourist destination. Museum board members Kael Rennie and Chris Holoboff approached city council last Tuesday to request funds for the project. Built …

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