Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus to take the stage

Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus is being presented at the Three Hills Arts Academy November 29 through December 2.

It is a production of the Community Children’s Theatre under the direction of Tiffany Dietz.

There are 23 actors aged eight to 15 representing seven school communities with children coming from Acme, Linden, Trochu, Three Hills and surrounding areas.

There are some players that we have seen on stage before and some new ones making their debut.

There is a first time costu

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Annual Harvest Dinner Fundraiser held in Wimborne

The Kneehill North Growing Project, associated with the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, held their Harvest Dinner Fundraiser at the Wimborne Community Centre November 16.

The organizers were pleased with the good turnout, and this in spite of some nasty weather earlier in the day, and unfavourable road conditions.

Andre Visscher, the Canadian Food Bank representative for Southern Alberta, presented updated information about the work of the Canadian Foodbank mentioning the fact that it has now been op

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Gals & Glitter Summer Soirée packs the house

This year’s Gals & Glitter Summer Soirée, held on Nov. 3, hosted by the Acme Royal Purple Elks, was a great success. We had 250 ladies join us for an evening of great food, fantastic entertainment and many prizes.

The night started out with ladies being greeted by a pop-up store run by Dirt Road Pretty out of Stettler. They came to the event with a wide selection of the great clothing that they carry in their store. Before dinner, the guests were able to enter tickets into raff

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“Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol” now playing

The Rosebud Theatre Christmas production of “Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol” runs from November 2 to December 23.

The play itself was written by Seattle-based playwright John Logenbaugh and first performed in 2010.

The Rosebud Theatre Artistic Director is Morris Ertman.

A cast of 12 players present 27 characters, and the playwright himself suggests such multiplying of roles.

The title tells us something of what to expect. The first three lines catches one right

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