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If you wish to be included on the following list of Community Up & Coming Events, please e-mail the information about your function to Need help planning your event? Check out the City's Event Planning Guide.

Kerry Vickar Centre Events
Click on the above link for a schedule of upcoming events at the Kerry Vickar Centre. For more information contact Leah Terry, Program Coordinator at 306-752-4177 or

Northern Indigenous Photo - Voice Project
Broadway North Summer Intensive Program

Broadway North Summer Intensive 2014

The Prince Albert and District Community Service Centre provides a wide range of social services for Prince Albert residents and has done so since its formation in 1968. The agency works with many community partners and volunteers to achieve its organizational mandate. Funding for the various programs and projects are provided by the City of Prince Albert, the Province of Saskatchewan and the Government of Canada.

The Centre is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, some of whom are appointed by the city of Prince Albert and the balance elected from the Centre membership.

9th Annual Northern Lights Bluegrass and Old Tyme Music Festival


From a Colorado bluegrass explosion to a tasty Texas-Mexican groove to young Toronto-grown talent to an innovative Francophone sound to excellent music from our own backyard, along with so much more – the 9th Annual Northern Lights Bluegrass and Old Tyme Music Festival has it all.

Let's All Gather at the River Concert

August 1-7 is World Breastfeeding Week. There is scientific evidence that shows that breast milk is the best food for babies during the early period of their lives. There are benefits for the baby, the mother, the family, the community and the environment.

Breast milk is served from the original container and is portable, and mothers’ milk does not need heated or cooled before a baby can take it.

Upcoming Library Programs
Upcoming Library Programs
Upcoming Library Programs
Upcoming Library Programs


Hola!! Tan’si!!

Would you like to have fun learning a second language, such as Spanish or Cree? Did you know that Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world and that Cree is spoken by at least 24,000 people in Saskatchewan alone? Think of how great it would be to be able to chat with the locals when you go away to Latin America, or to understand Cree in Saskatchewan! Learning a second language can also open your mind to a new culture, and open the door to new employment opportunities!

Prince Albert’s 131st Annual
Summer Fair & Exhibition
July 29 – August 2, 2014

MONDAY, July 28
Parade Starts at 7:00 pm
Route is North from 15th Street on Central Avenue to River Street turning East on to River Street proceeding to 6th Avenue East and then turning South on to 6th Avenue East ending at Exhibition Drive.

TUESDAY, July 29
Kiddies Day – 12 & under FREE when accompanied by adult
* Light Horse 2014 Show Preparation Clinic Begins at 10:00 AM (Pre-Registration Only)
* Exhibit Hall in the Exhibition Centre Open 12:00 to 9:00 PM

The C-Weed band will be performing one night only in Prince Albert on Friday, July 25 at 8 p.m. at the Ches Leach Room, presented by the Prince Albert Grand Council.
This concert will feature the original crew, original songs, original good times!
Call Sheryl Kimbley at 306-980-8501 for more info.
Tickets are $30.00 each. There will be early bird draws and opening acts.
CDs will be available for sale at event.

Connaught Fair

Summer on the Square - TOMORROW - come downtown and enjoy kids activities, 10 am to 1 pm - during Farmer's Market - SCFPA is hosting and will have some great crafts, games and more - Melba Toest might join us - and we will have free books to give away (thanks Value Village) - and you never know but you might see Pat the Squirrel with Tourism downtown! Join us tomorrow!

Thursday, July 24 at 12:30pm - 2:30pm there will be a Mardi Gras party at the Kinistino Public Library
Bring the kids for a big celebration with a pinata, and many more fun stuff come on down to check out this fun time.

Give a Little Life Day BBQ

July 26th 11am-11pm 3rd Annual Party in the Parking Lot for Muscular Dystrophy Canada at Price Breakers, 86 S. Industrial Dr.
Live entertainment on stage including Constant Reminder, Craig Adams and Forgive and Forget.

There will be a petting zoo, kids games and face painting with BBQ and cotton Candy.
Neptune’s favorite fish and chips and other food vendors (name Neptunes specifically please, they are donating money from each dish purchased to the cause)

Kinistino Community Church Concert

Here is the link for the brochure City of Prince Albert has printed up for PARKING DOWNTOWN – this gives you lots of information that can be given to customers & family. Remember, Veterans Parkis free and Out of Town visitors get free parking during July & August.

Voting begins today for the Kraft Celebration Tour! Cast your votes for the Kinsmen Water Park and help save the water slides.

Remember, you can vote repeatedly from 7 a.m. today until 10 p.m. tomorrow!

And, come to the Kinsmen Water Park today at 11:30 for a free BBQ lunch! Everyone who attends will receive a hot dog, pop and a box of Kraft Dinner (while supplies last)!

B.E.D.ROCK Festival July 27 at Struther's Lake

The first festival for the newly formed B.E.D.rock Festival Society - created to provide support for current and emerging artists in the Rock and Blues genre of music, will be held Sunday, July 27th at Struther's Lake Regional Park near Birch Hills.

For the gate fee of $5.00 anyone can come enjoy a day at the lake that includes great local bands and musicians:

August 15 to 17 at Ness Creek Grounds

2014 Festival Mainstage Acts (Aug 15-17)
Northern Lights has always had the music lover in mind when we book our instructors and entertainers. People may not always recognize the names on our poster, but they've let us know that year after year they've come to know that they'll love the music we present. Our upcoming lineup certainly does not disappoint! This year though, folks may well recognize a few of the names on our poster.

Here are some brief descriptions of our mainstage acts:

Join us - kids ages 5-13 yrs from August 18-22 at 1:30 - 2:30. Snacks are included.
This camp is free to all participants.

Parents are welcome to visit the club at any time

What are 5 day clubs?
They are groups of boys and girls gathered for an hour for 5 consecutive days to hear Bible stories, sing songs, and memorize scripture. These clubs are taught by Christian men and women trained in Child Evangelism. The teacher uses visual aids in teaching lessons.

Rivers North Ranch is offering a horsemanship day camp from August 5-8, Tuesday to Friday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.

Bring a bagged lunch.

Friday there will be a little show for the parents and friends.

You will learn basic knowledge about horses, riding skills, an equine assisted lessons, and a presentation on day 4 for the public.

The cost is $300.00 for the 4 days.

There is limited space available so preregister with a $100 non-refundable deposit.

Book your space today.

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