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New Books at the Library

Ming Tea Murder by Laura Childs: Indigo Tea Shop owner Theodosia finds that it’s time for scones and scandal when she attends a black-tie affair with Max, her boyfriend who is the director of public relations for the Gibbes Museum in Charleston.

New Books at the Library

Adult bestseller: The Forgotten Room by Lincoln Child: Professor Jeremy, an enigmalogist, specializes in solving strange supernatural puzzles.
Double Artist Showcase

Double Artist Showcase

The Tourist Centre is filled with new and interesting art pieces. From sculptures to canvases covered in music sheets and book pages, this artist spotlight has a lot of variety to offer. There are two artists being showcased, Lesley J.
Virden-connected artist spurs art revolution

Virden-connected artist spurs art revolution

Kathleen Lagasse lit the match. When the finger of blame needs to be cast let there be no doubt where the investigation will lead.
Elkhorn School Spring Concert

Elkhorn School Spring Concert

Elkhorn's School annual spring concert got started with a cold plate picnic put on by the school staff, students and volunteers. The event was held outside on the school grounds.
Holly Dauvin, Artist in the Spotlight

Holly Dauvin, Artist in the Spotlight

Breathtaking photos of prairie landscapes and beautiful pastel portraits fill the tourist centre this month. From doodling in the margins of her notebooks, to using such mediums as pastel and acrylic, Holly Dauvin is this month’s showcased artist.
Playing a Deadly Patent Game

Playing a Deadly Patent Game

The game is afoot One-time Virden resident Sarah Yates has been murdering characters for more than 20 years. Finally, she’s been caught.
BRL presents summer reading club “Play”

BRL presents summer reading club “Play”

TD Summer Reading Club is an inclusive program that strives to engage all children in the joy of reading during the summer months.
Annual VCI Drama Class Play

Annual VCI Drama Class Play

A college interview, zombies, school kids, and speed dating entertained the audience with a variety of humour - from slapstick to black comedy. In the Aud Theatre- on June 1 and 2, the VCI drama class of 54 students put on its annual presentation.
A storyteller awakens imagination in OLCS

A storyteller awakens imagination in OLCS

Oak Lake School students enjoyed a “magical week” through Artists in the Schools, a Manitoba Arts Council program. Leigh-Anne Kehler, a professional storyteller, actor and playwright was a hit last year.
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