Stories on local artists, writers and entertainers.
Morinville authors Christopher Raine and Riley Quinn both have their second books out this spring. Raine has recently released his second collection of poems: Where the Grasses Wept and Quinn have just released The Cove, the second book in his Lost Boys trilogy. […]
This interview, with 97-year-old Sister Alice Trottier, author of the book Faith and Tenacity, looks at her time growing up in Morinville, studying to be a nun, teaching school in the area, and the researching and writing of her book on Morinville’s first 100 years.
A couple of years ago, Morinville resident Riley Quinn, well-known in the community as a musician, decided to shift gears and take a shot at becoming a full-time writer. Putting other projects in his life on hold, he put his full attention into writing, and last spring released his first novel, The Lost Boys. His second book, The Cove, will be published Apr. 24.
A cast of 32 and crew of 12 Georges H. Primeau Grades 5 to 8 students have spent the past three-and-a-half months getting ready to present Frozen Jr. to the community. The two-night run takes place at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre Mar. 17 and 18 at 6:30 p.m.
The 1950s are coming to Morinville later this month, or at least the music of the era that made Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Ritchie Valens, The Big Bopper, and Buddy Holly household names and musical icons.
Blue, white and pink flags will fly over municipalities in Alberta as communities begin raising the Franco-Albertan flag in honour of Rendez-vous de la Francophonie (RVF) and Mois de la Francophonie Albertaine. […]