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PHOTO: Movie in the Park draws big crowd

PHOTO: Movie in the Park draws big crowd

Gazebo gig at Greenwood Campground

Gazebo gig at Greenwood Campground

A group of musicians performed on Aug. 17 at the new community gazebo at the Greenwood Campground.

Arts festival coming up

DIDSBURY - Mountain View County's largest festival of its kind returns this weekend. The 9th annual Mountain View Arts Festival goes Sept. 7 and 8 in downtown Didsbury.
September is Library Card Sign-up Month

September is Library Card Sign-up Month

In September, Parkland Regional Library and the Olds Municipal Library are celebrating Library Card Sign-up Month.
Olds Community Chorus gets back into fall schedule

Olds Community Chorus gets back into fall schedule

The Olds Community Chorus is getting back into its fall season. They're holding a meet-and-greet this Friday, Sept. 6, from 7 to 8 p.m. at Hope Pointe Community Church for those interested in joining the choral group.
Carstairs library welcomes new manager

Carstairs library welcomes new manager

CARSTAIRS - The Carstairs Public Library has recently welcomed a new library manager, Megan Ginther. Ginther came to Mountain View County from Edmonton where she worked in the Edmonton Public Library systems. She started on Aug.
Flyin' Bob thrills in the community living room

Flyin' Bob thrills in the community living room

INNISFAIL - The children giggled and squealed. The grown-ups laughed and Flyin' Bob did what he did best -- entertained. It was circus time for the Innisfail Public Library on Aug.
Breathing life into Sundre’s music scene

Breathing life into Sundre’s music scene

Local music fans will soon have an opportunity to see live performances at the Sundre Arts Centre.
Royal Conservatory tests music students

Royal Conservatory tests music students

DIDSBURY - Top Note Music Studio in Didsbury had a very special visitor recently: Diane Atkinson of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. Atkinson was in town to administer three exams to local students Tyler Kidd and Ethan Sheridan.
Serving up a successful encore feast on Main Street

Serving up a successful encore feast on Main Street

INNISFAIL - It was the classic case of touch and go for Glen Carritt. On the evening of Aug. 12 Carritt, who sits on town council, advised that if this summer's abundant rain continues its trend on Aug.