You still have time to make plans for Miss Caledonia which is a one-woman play starring award winning Melody Johnson. Having played to critical acclaim in Toronto, Miss Caledonia is now touring Canada. This is a play that can be enjoyed by audiences of all ages. Miss Caledonia will be performed tomorrow, Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m.
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A huge thank you is extended to everyone who helped to make 10th anniversary Celebration on Oct. 27 such a huge success. Winners of the free ticket draws at the E. A. Rawlinson Centre display were: Daelene Yelland, Mary Corcoran., Chris Cvik, Monica Corcoran. Corinne Ginter, Hannah Kkailther, Laura Trighardt, Theresa Ulrickson, Jim Hammill, Jen Gibson, Beth Gobeil, Barb Wykes, Anna Kkailther and Donna Topham.
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The Kyla Art Group and the Prince Albert Kiwanis Club present the 35th annual Art Show, Sale and Wine and Cheese Social on Sunday, Nov. 3. The Kyla Show is the largest art show in Prince Albert consisting of original art work in a variety of media by 20 local artists.
Proceeds from admission tickets go to support the many projects of the PA Kiwanis Club.
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On Monday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m., the community is invited to the Winter Spring 2014 Season Preview. The new season will be previewed on the big screen in the theatre with video clips and information on every artist in the lineup.
Live entertainment starts the evening, with a local band called DDT (Dave Tupper, Dave Sinclair and Ted Pechey). DDT play an eclectic mix of your favourite songs from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s... Following the preview, sale of subscription series and the advertising campaign kick off. Single tickets go on sale on Nov. 19. Coffee and dainties will be served. Everyone is welcome whether you are a regular patron or you have not yet attended a concert in the theatre. Admission is free.
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On Nov. 7, the Olive and John Diefenbaker Theatre will be rocking with the sound of Michael Jackson when Who’s Bad? The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band performs.
This band has achieved the status of ultimate by studying the intricacies of Michael Jackson’s dance moves. They have played to sell-out crowds on every continent. Frank Dileo, Michael Jackson’s friend and former manager endorses the show, “The show is great! Michael would have been proud.”
See you in the theatre.