Camrose is not just for retirees anymore.
There will be a chance to see and talk to local artists on Thursday during an art reception at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre.
Patricia Conroy was one of Canada’s top country acts in the 90s, now she is helping other artists reach glory in Nashville.
If first impressions can set the stage for a relationship, The Washboard Union are in good shape for their return to Big Valley Jamboree.
Canadian country music legend George Fox, a long-time performer at the Big Valley Jamboree is coming back for the 2017 edition.
When Adam Gregory plays the mainstage at Big Valley Jamboree on Friday, his career will have come full circle.
Jess Moskaluke is returning to the Big Valley Jamboree for the third time, but this time on the main stage.
Mickey Raphael has spent 44 years in the shadow of Willie Nelson, but he cannot imagine a better place to be.
Making their first appearance at the Big Valley Jamboree, The Give ‘Em Hell Boys are doing country music differently.
Library story times are the foundation and backbone of library programs for children.
The second half of Art Walk is officially underway in Camrose with 11 venues hosting the works of 18 mostly local artists.
Music educators from the all over the world will be coming to Camrose next week for the Kodály Symposium.
As Big Valley Jamboree turns 25 this year, organizers are doing their best to ensure it ages gracefully.
The Jeanne and Peter Lougheed centre will be welcoming Juno award winning Canadian singer Leela Gilday.
“If everyone played the ukulele, the world would be a better place.”
The Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre has checked off another major box for musical artists.
Intergenerational programming is returning to the Camrose Public Library for a second year, with the goal of constructing and enhancing connections amongst the various generations within Camrose. This programming seeks to provide entertaining events where adults are able to attend and engage with their kids and create fun memories.
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.