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Barry Rud, pictured during the Prairie Players' final rehearsals, will be voicing Kris Kringle when the curtain opens on the troupe's annual fall production Wednesday night at the Glesby Centre in Portage la Prairie. (Brian Oliver/The Graphic)

Local thespians ready for opening night

Local acting troupe Prairie Players have been rehearsing tirelessly since September ahead of Wednesday's opening night, however when the actors and actresses take to the stage of the Glesby Centre in Portage la Prairie, the spotlight will be shining on a non-traditional production of Miracle on 34th Street.

Gladstone to host award winning folk artist

Acclaimed songwriter, Lizzy Hoyt - one of Canada’s most powerful Celtic-folk artists – is stopping by the Gladstone and District Community Centre next month as part of her 2017 Fall Tour.

Local artists, from left to right, Mike Blume, Lee Beaton and Suzy Laevens stand in front of the mural the three painted at a public unveiling outside of the BDO Centre Friday morning. (Brian Oliver/The Graphic)

Local artists unveil mural

It wasn't gold but Portage's BDO Centre received quite the anniversary present to commemorate the rink's 50th year and Canada's 150th birthday.

(Brian Oliver/The Graphic)

A family affair

Cary Bilcowski, lead vocals and guitarist of The Hairy Prairies (left), along with Spruce and the Meadowlark’s Aisha Belle on the fiddle with baby in tow, perform Saturday night at the fifth annual Whoop & Holler Folk Fest in Portage la Prairie.

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