That's Life April 13, 2011

If you attended "Guys and Dolls" any time over the past two weeks, I don't have to tell you how wonderful it was.
I've never been a big fan of sitting in one place for too long but this was an exception to the rule - three hours of first class entertainment.
The songs, dance, sound, lights, sets - it was all top shelf.
Paula Spurr is a star. She is one of the greatest talents ever to call Three Hills home. Floyd Cotton, Luke Reinhardt, Jill White, Vance Neudorf and the Ewert brothers - Jason and Ben - were amazing. Director Sheila Adkins is a treasure as is Eric Forbes and the list goes on.
I'll be honest, I went to see my buddy Brad Luijkx dance and sing. Before I knew it, I was a true fan. This was no amateur hour, this was the real deal.
But that's the way it is with Arts Academy presentations. Check out Gary Fjellgaard with Saskia and Darrel in concert at the Three Hills Arts Academy Sunday, April 17 at 3 pm. Tickets are available at IGA.
If that's not enough, the Three Hills Arts Academy proudly presents the Wildrose Chamber Choir and Academy Chamber Orchestra, conducted by James Janzen, as they present Felix Mendelssohn's Psalm 42 and Sacred Choral Works by Schutz, Brahms, Bruckner, Cassals and more. You can enjoy this at the North Auditorium of Prairie Bible College Saturday, April 16 at 7 pm or Sunday, April 17 at 3 pm.
This Saturday marks the 32nd annual Three Hills Curling Club cash dance. The last ticket drawn wins $10,000 cash. There's loads of additional prizes, a great meal and dancing to "The Freres" begins at 9 pm. Doors open at 5 pm with supper at 6 pm. There were a few tickets left at press time. Get yours at Adam B. Young Insurance but don't delay, they will sell out.
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