Summer Celebration at the Kneehill Museum

The Kneehill Historical Museum hosted its annual summer celebration on Wednesday, Aug. 22, to present all of the projects that the summer staff have done this season.

The summer staff consists of the manager, Jenny Lyver, and the two assistants to the manager, Rachel McLeod and Mika Calverley.

Rosalie Lammle, the president of the Kneehill Historical Society opened up the night and introduced the staff.

Rachel McLeod, paid with the support of Young Canada Works, presented first on her project of

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Trochu Elks and the Trochu Ag Society host 49th Annual Flower, Baking and Photo Show

The 49th Annual Trochu Flower, Baking and Photo Show opened to the public from 2 to 4 pm on Wednesday August 15. Supper was being served at 6:00 pm.

This annual event is sponsored by the Trochu Elks and the Trochu Ag Society. They cover the costs for the hall rental, the printing of the show booklets and the hiring of the Alberta Horticultural Association (AHA) judges. The Trochu Society is an affiliate of the AHA.

Leona Pryor, as chief organizer of the show, indicated that the response or subm

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6th Annual Rosebud Chamber Music Festival performs in Three Hills

The Three Hills Arts Academy hosted the 6th Annual Rosebud Chamber Music Festival on August 9.
Lewis Frere welcomed the attendees, and introduced Keith Hamm, the organizer of the event.
Each year Keith assembles a group of well-known musicians from across Canada.
This year’s lineup featured Sheila Jaffe’, violinist; Johanne Perron, cellist; Keith Hamm, violist; and Aaron Schwebe, violinist, who performed the “String Quartet in E major, Op. 54 No. 3 by Joseph Hayden.
Violinist Robe

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The Prairie Tabernacle’s annual ‘Kidztown’ opened in Anderson Park on Monday evening at 6:30 pm. Unlike other years, rather than being spread over a period of six weeks, this year the program will run from August 13-17.

It features great songs, puppets, drama and games, all emphasizing the theme “Be Incredible”.

Watching the enthusiastic youth taking the leadership roles and the eager participants, children and adults, was quite delightful.

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