Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Stories on local artists, writers and entertainers.

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The Morinville Community Cultural Centre stage played home to almost a dozen Morinville Public School (MPS) band students Wednesday afternoon as the Dragons rocked fellow students and parents with the culmination of their efforts.

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Roald Dahl’s classic story of Charlie Bucket and his visit to a well-known chocolate factory will come to life on the Morinville Community Cultural Centre’s stage May 24 and 25 at 7 p.m.

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The Morinville Community Library will be hosting a 50-Hour Read-A-Thon this June and are looking for as many as 200 volunteers to read aloud for a minimum of 15 minutes.

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The Government of Albert has given Edmonton’s Concrete Theatre Society an $80,000 grant from Status of Women, allowing them to stage a made-in-Alberta play on sexual consent and tour it for 65 performances, reaching up to 22,750 students in large and small communities.

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Ashley Enns (Desa School of Karate Cardiff - Blue) and Katie Gilmour (Rooke School of Karate Morinville - Red) compete at the Spirit of...

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A half dozen seniors choirs from across the region gathered in Morinville May 5 for the 38th Annual Seniors Choral Festival. The afternoon of song was hosted by the Morinville Minstrels and will take place at St. Jean Baptiste Church.

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On Wednesday the CWL (Catholic Women's League) sponsored and helped serve the HOWLS lunch for over 190 MCHS students. The HOWLS (Honor, Ownership, Welcoming, Leadership, Safety) lunch is something the school does every month to recognize students behaving in a positive manner.

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Morinville Community High School packed Hall A of the cultural centre Monday night for Crazy Town, a play by Jonathan Rand.

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Above: Betty Fraser, Carla Lamontagne, and Rachel Fraser stand at the counter ready to serve customers. - Stephen Dafoe Photo by Stephen Dafoe While there have...

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Heritage Lodge’s new Program Coordinator Liette Beaulieu has had an opportunity to get her feet wet on the job since joining the facility at the end of March. With a full month of activities under her belt, she is now looking to increase the programming and the interconnection with the broader community.