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Something for everyone at Community Showcase

Something for everyone at Community Showcase

Some 200 people filtered through the Rotary Spirit Centre Fieldhouse Sept. 4 for the annual community showcase, where over 40 local organizations got a chance to make their services known to the community.
Kids fly for free at COPA for Kids

Kids fly for free at COPA for Kids

Kids from around the region will get a chance to fly in a plane, learn about them from the ground and hopefully ignite some interest in piloting one of their own someday — all for free.

Don't Stop the Music

The second annual Athabasca Music Camp went July 16-20 at the Athabasca reformed Congregation Church, with a concert going on its final night.
Calling Lake arts co-ordinator nominated for prestigious award

Calling Lake arts co-ordinator nominated for prestigious award

Calling Lake Arts Academy creative director Lance Cardinal said he put his heart and soul into his work, which led him to a 2019 Indspire Award nomination in the arts category.

Children attend Arts and Hearts Camp

The second annual Arts and Hearts Camp for preschoolers went at the Athabasca United Church July 9-13.

Music on the Athabasca River

The Magnificent River Rats Festival is set to host dozens of musician and performs along the Athabasca riverfront June 30 and July 1. The two-day music festival will bring both local talent and performers from across Western Canada to play.
River Rats Festival to feature local acts, physical performers

River Rats Festival to feature local acts, physical performers

Dozens of musicians and performers are set to play at the Magnificent River Rats Festival in Athabasca June 30 and July 1. The two-day music festival along the Athabasca River will feature both local acts and performers from across the country.

Local artists ready for Canada Day

A group of Athabascan artists is displaying local art and history with their fourth annual Art Show and Sale June 30 and July 1.

Spending the day with Mother Nature

It was a nice day to walk along the newly-renovated Amisk Leppanen Trail located adjacent to Amisk Lake about 10 kilometres east of Boyle.
Local boy intent on fixing homelessness

Local boy intent on fixing homelessness

Masen Scarnati raised enough money to fill 100 bags with basic necessities which he delivered to Edmonton’s homeless at Hope Mission Aug. 17. He was greeted with thankful smiles, as some had recognized him after a similar trip earlier in the summer.