People are dealing with the recession in different ways.
The library is a municipal service that helps support a strong, healthy community and helps Albertans compete in the global economy.
As Canadians one of the things we are most proud of is our character and our perseverance.
The best in music was on display from Canada and Hong Kong last Thursday at the Bailey Theatre.
Punch Drunk Cabaret experienced the high of winning an Edmonton Music Award and the low of saying goodbye to an original band member this past week.
Ah, summer. With the nice weather comes vacations, often in the form of a road trip.
Canadian and Hong Kong cultures will collide at the Bailey Theatre next week.
The Summer Reading Club team is thrilled to continue on with the tradition of fostering life- long literacy in a fun and entertaining environment while school is out for the summer. Patrons that follow the Summer Reading Club on social media and check the updates on our website have probably noticed some new and exciting-looking programs.
Bailey Buckaroos organizer Curtis Bessette has music running through his veins, thanks to his father, Marcel.
“Temptation is the fire that brings up the scum of the heart.”
More than 200 international music educators are set to descend on Camrose this summer.
From the wee stages of conceptualization to curtain call closing night, the Churchmice Players carry enjoyment to the forefront of community theatre.
The Camrose Public Library is gearing up for another great summer with the Book Bike.
Art in the Park made its return to Mirror Lake this past weekend after two decades on the sidelines.
The Camrose Public Library would like to invite everyone to attend our Anne of Green Gables Tea Party on June 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. Enjoy tea, light refreshments, and a craft all celebrating the theme of our Anne.
Mission Potluck, a play about a group of 1920s Lutheran women, is stopping at the Bailey Theatre in Camrose.
The Creative Arts Program is back for another year at the Chuck MacLean Art Gallery and they have a packed schedule with some different every day for the kids.
An old Camrose tradition is being given a rebirth of sorts this weekend.
The Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre is quickly forging a reputation as a stage that can host superstars and launch the next generation.