Tag Archives: Grande Prairie

Fall Entertainment

When the air starts to cool and it becomes apparent that outdoor entertainment is coming to a close, thoughts turn to concerts, live theatre, and other indoor-stage entertainment.  Luckily, our area can certainly provide.  Check out these links to help … Continue reading

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Herb Sellin: Showing at the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie

This is an update on a post published July 16th.  Today there is further information on the show from the Grande Prairie Herald Tribune.  Click through to read 🙂 This July the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie will be hosting … Continue reading

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The Future of the Past

People have always come to the Peace Country for the space and the natural potential of this region.  The value of the land, above and below the surface, is obvious – but of course all eyes have a slightly different … Continue reading

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Allure: Spirit River Artists Showing in Grande Prairie

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Local Film Heading for Festival

A Grande Prairie film maker has had one of his films nominated for the Best Short Film at the Alberta Film and Television Awards coming up in Calgary on April 12. The 15 minute film, Sophia, is a mystery/suspense story … Continue reading

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Grande Prairie Author “One of Canada’s Most Promising Young Writers”

This is an update to a post  first posted in March of 2009. Thomas Wharton lived in the Peace Country until he was a teenager, then moved on to Jasper and Edmonton, where he lives now.  His career path took … Continue reading

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Local Dinosaurs in the News

The Peace Country seems always to have something to contribute to the study of dinosaurs these days.  Check out these two articles: First, the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Wembley, near the Pipestone Creek Pachyrhinosaurus bone bed was chosen … Continue reading

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