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Elly on the Arts: Singing stories from the Big Apple

Elly on the Arts: Singing stories from the Big Apple

Last time we talked about the Flin Flon Community Choir’s trip to New York City to sing Handel’s Messiah in 2013. We were singing with a mass choir from all over the world.
Elly on the Arts: Looking back at some cultural memories

Elly on the Arts: Looking back at some cultural memories

"The first column of a new year and here we are, in the middle of a seemingly never-ending cold snap in the midst of a certainly never-ending pandemic! We feel the need to shake off the doldrums, how about you?"
Passings: Long-time volunteer Allen leaves legacy in arts and culture

Passings: Long-time volunteer Allen leaves legacy in arts and culture

One of Flin Flon’s leading voices in support of arts and culture has died. Linda Allen, a long-time arts volunteer, organizer and benefactor, died Christmas Day after a life often spent in service to the things that made Flin Flon unique.
Playing tunes, paying tribute: Musician's newest project takes love for country online

Playing tunes, paying tribute: Musician's newest project takes love for country online

CC Trubiak has found his latest project - and he didn’t need to go too far physically to do it.
Fresh into new life, Flin Flon flutist fiddles with Christmas classics

Fresh into new life, Flin Flon flutist fiddles with Christmas classics

Mikayla Odut is no stranger to Flin Flon’s music scene, but her Christmas show later this week is all new - in more ways than some might think.
Community choir plans online-only Christmas show, release coming Christmas Eve

Community choir plans online-only Christmas show, release coming Christmas Eve

Back by popular demand, the Flin Flon Community Choir will return with a new Christmas concert this holiday season.
Flin Flon Culture Days finishes fifth in class nationwide

Flin Flon Culture Days finishes fifth in class nationwide

It may have been a pandemic-era celebration, but Flin Flon’s latest edition of Culture Days still earned national honours.
Ham Sandwich show debuts this weekend, troupe's first performance in 20 months

Ham Sandwich show debuts this weekend, troupe's first performance in 20 months

Flin Flon’s most active drama troupe will hit the stage this weekend for the first time since before the pandemic began.
Love, loss and the desire to connect: Taking isolation to the theatre stage

Love, loss and the desire to connect: Taking isolation to the theatre stage

Hacault and Walmsley will premier “Ships: Love, Loss and the Desire to Connect” for an audience at the R.H. Channing Auditorium Nov. 14
Denare Beach's Joa takes top provincial spot in art exhibition for local scene painting

Denare Beach's Joa takes top provincial spot in art exhibition for local scene painting

Catherine Joa is still celebrating her recent first place overall in the Manitoba Rural and Northern Juried Art Show earlier this fall - even if it caught her completely by surprise.