Throughout my time with The Canadian, I’ve been pleased to interview several individuals who have been at their profession or particular avocation nearly two times longer than I’ve been alive.
Leah Simonot, Camrose Canadian
From the wee stages of conceptualization to curtain call closing night, the Churchmice Players carry enjoyment to the forefront of community theatre.
Sten Kallman’s “Wangol” resonated with beautiful bitter sweetness as the École Camrose Composite High School’s CHORAZZ! chamber choir sang the concluding harmonies of Tom Spila’s 43-year music career.
The past was nothing to dwell upon as 128 University of Alberta-Augustana graduates who received their degrees.
Ballet Camrose is set to send off another successful season with two final recitals: Dance Extravaganza and Sleeping Beauty.
The airways above Camrose bustled with activity Sunday morning as 118 aircraft touched down at the Camrose Airport for the Camrose Flying Club’s 60th annual Fly-in Breakfast.
Chatter around the dinner table amongst a group of young fiddlers has sparked a revival of one of Canada’s oldest traditions with the launch of the Prairie West Fiddle Contest.
Tom Spila collects newspaper clippings featuring students who’ve studied under his direction during his 43 years as a music teacher.
On a warm spring evening, perhaps 60 years ago, young couples, old couples and children of all ages kicked up their heels and tossed their heads back in laughter to the tune of a fiddle.
Infinite Imagination took the opportunity May the Fourth presented them to bring the Force to life on the Bailey Theatre’s stage with a Shakespearian interpretation of Star Wars.
New options for French immersion education in Camrose will be available in time for the 2017-18 school year.
Mastering powerful ballads and potent summer anthems alike, acclaimed country music artist Bobby Wills connects with crowds on many levels.
Rob and Sarah Skinner’s musical prospects have always been vivid, yet hardly crystal clear. It’s what makes the husband-and-wife duo so brilliant.
With three full-length albums under her belt and a trail leading from Ukraine to South America, roots-reggae artist Auresia has gathered a significant global following. Perhaps it helps that she’s a polyglot?
Florian “Flo” Feral believes he started out in music much the same way everyone else does: it was just in his blood.
The Bailey Theatre is teaming up with four local organizations to bring the world’s largest national film festival to Camrose.
Dreamers, cynics, lion-hearts and cowards: there’s some in every crowd. Yet rarely do they cross each other quite like they do in the University of Alberta-Augustana Campus’ production of I Shot a Duck.
The City of Camrose joined 35 municipalities across the province in raising the Franco-Albertan Flag to mark the beginning of Les Rendez-vous de la Francophonie.
The Hohm sisters have made much progress in their bilingual journey since starting out as kindergartners in École Sifton School’s French Immersion Program.
Representatives from Special Olympics Camrose, City Hall and the Camrose Police Service gathered at École Camrose Composite High School March 3 to rally students’ support in “spreading the word to end the word.”