Staff and volunteers have been hard at work preparing for the Haunted Halloween Gala and After-Life Party at the Bailey Theatre Oct. 29.
This December, the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Centre will host its first professional performance of The Nutcracker by Ballet Victoria, delivering beautifully executed dance, brilliant costumes, complex choreography and a bit of humour.
An anime-styled mannequin welcomed guests outside the Kettle Bell entrance at the Bailey Theatre Oct.16 for the third annual Rose City Anime Festival.
The goal of Alberta Culture Days, which takes place from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in communities across the province, is to make arts and culture accessible to the entire community.
Anyone looking for a family night out they can feel good about might want to venture out and take in The Superconscious Experience of Reveen at the Best Western Plus Camrose Resort and Casino Sept. 23.
The Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre’s classical music series will be getting off to a big start when the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra takes the stage Sept. 25.
The music department at the University of Alberta Augustana Campus is delighted to announce two exciting musical opportunities for those who love sing!
For anyone looking for ways to stay busy and indoors through the cooler fall evenings, the Camrose Public Library (CPL) has a variety of options for people of all ages, from toddlers to seniors.
For the first time since opening after its restoration five years ago, the Bailey Theatre has planned its entire season in advance, offering Camrose audiences a full line up of shows grouped into eight series stretching well into the New Year.
If you didn’t get it before, you probably do now, this whole celebration of The Tragically Hip thing that the rest of the country’s been busy doing all summer.
With Canada’s sesquicentennial coming up in 2017, Camrose’s Founders Days organizers have opted to keep this year’s event small to ensure a feature celebration next year.
Prairie Fun Days, the best way to see the past and present of Camrose County, are back for the 2016 edition.
With the second half of summer comes the second part of the Camrose Arts Society’s annual Art Walk.
There's nothing like the memory of thousands of people chanting one's name to draw an artist back to Big Valley Jamboree.
This summer the Camrose and District Centennial Museum features eight new historical displays, standing separately in the Main Building and in the Fire Hall. Six are completed and two are under construction. Volunteers Sandra McLay and Nola Alton, along with staff member Kayden Prevost, designed these new attractions.
The Bailey Buckaroos have a special show on the books for Sunday, June 26.
The Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Centre officially launched it’s 2016/2017 season June 8 – the plethora of artists have been unveiled and the subscription series tickets are on sale.
Ken Mastel got his first electric guitar when he was 17 years old, and as he tells it, “Before I could play a B-minor chord, I grabbed the guitar and posed for pictures dressed in a Buddy Holly jacket, bow-tie and the famous glasses.”
Those who have enjoyed the work of local sculptor Diane McLaren in the Camrose Art Walk over the years may want to venture to Sherwood Park the weekend of June 10-12.
Season ticket holders get ready. The Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre will be launching its 2016/2017 season on June 8.