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Concert bands unite for bombastic performance

Concert bands unite for bombastic performance

There won’t be any shortage of saxophones, trumpets, clarinets and flutes Sunday at Holy Trinity Academy in Okotoks. A trio of concert bands will play back-to-back-to-back March 20 at 2:30 p.m. in an event titled Band Together.
Building an army will help your business grow

Building an army will help your business grow

These days, it’s a battle to stay in business. From your command post at HQ, you see the daily skirmish as your employees go hand-to-hand with the competition.
Rockabilly holy man to play classics at Coyote Moon

Rockabilly holy man to play classics at Coyote Moon

A man of faith who is as comfortable belting out the rockabilly hit “Blue Suede Shoes” as one of his favourite hymns, the Reverend Elvis is not afraid to defy convention.
Celtic Ceilidh to benefit residents with special needs

Celtic Ceilidh to benefit residents with special needs

Members of the renowned Foothills band Cowboy Celtic have got plenty of use out of their passports, but they are taking the opportunity to perform close to home to help the community.
Curtain rises on one-act play festival

Curtain rises on one-act play festival

Derek Losoncy of the Foothills Theatre Company is not content for his troupe to just show up at this weekend’s regional competition in the Alberta One Act Play Festival. He said he’s looking for his group’s lone entry “Essay” to win the event.

News from the Valley Neighbours' Club

I hope you were able to enjoy one of the many Shrove Tuesday suppers last week. We went to Lewis Memorial and were able to gather up enough to have a bridge game afterwards. Never miss an opportunity to get a bridge game going.
Students high stepping the Emerald Isle way

Students high stepping the Emerald Isle way

In a bright, colourful dress with a shower of curls on her head Ali Wilke will be leaping long and stepping high in honour of St. Patrick’s Day.
Quartet brings old-time music to the modern age

Quartet brings old-time music to the modern age

They came together one cold Winnipeg winter three years ago and they’ve been making beautiful music together ever since.

News from the Valley Neighbours's Club

I’ve just spent a week in Phoenix. It wasn't particularly warm for Arizona, but a lot better than Turner Valley. We put two hummingbird feeders up on Wednesday and by Thursday morning we were being entertained by these tiny visitors.
This is not your kid's High School Musical

This is not your kid's High School Musical

Local theatre fans will have the chance to see a rare example of a custom tailored musical written by a local playwright this weekend in Okotoks.