Brand management workshop planned for Calgary

January 31, 2018 by  

A popular and effective business training and promotion workshop called ‘Win Your Brand’ returns to Calgary in early March.

Designed for all sales and [Read more]

City of Surrey supports new Clayton Farmers’ Market

January 31, 2018 by  

The City of Surrey has provided conditional approval for the new farmers’ market scheduled to open in Clayton this spring.

The Clayton Community Farmers’ Market will [Read more]

Downtown Mississauga offers unique Sun-SET

January 30, 2018 by  

The annual winter tree wrap program is once again on display in downtown Mississauga.

For the fourth year, travellers along the [Read more]

Technology sparks innovative food production

January 30, 2018 by  

The Calgary Economic Development board has signed an agreement with Olds College seeking to leverage the school’s expertise to increase agri-food production exponentially in the coming years.

The Olds School of [Read more]

Chinese New Year celebration returns to Edmonton

January 29, 2018 by  

The ‘2018 Lunar New Year Extravaganza’ will be held at the mall again this year, to share the Chinese culture with all Edmontonians.

Organized each year by the [Read more]

Annual children’s festival returns to Mississauga

January 29, 2018 by  

Kids Fest Toronto returns for its ninth annual festival with the largest selection of inflatable rides and attractions ever.

The 2018 festival will [Read more]

Calgary fundraiser to beat MS returns

January 28, 2018 by  

The 2nd annual ‘Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is BS Bash’ returns next month with a fun-filled fundraiser in support of the search for a cure for this debilitating disease.

Tickets are 50% sold for [Read more]

Charity winter walk brings hope

January 28, 2018 by  

The annual Coldest Night of the Year Winter Walk, hosted by the Salvation Army Gateway of Hope, returns next month.

Held at Langley’s Gateway of Hope bypass, walkers can [Read more]

Burnaby musical event to support theatre scholarships

January 27, 2018 by  

Burnaby musical event to support theatre scholarships

Align Entertainment will present the musical adaptation of Legally Blonde at the Michael J. Fox Theatre in Burnaby in a few days.

The Broadway hit musical nominated for seven Tony Awards is based on the successful 2001 movie, ‘Legally Blonde’. This fun romantic comedy follows the quirky escapades of Elle Woods, as she dismisses Bel-Air princess and college sorority sister stereotypes to become a successful and talented Harvard Law graduate. The musical adaptation includes comedy song and dance numbers, and is family oriented.

A special Family Day Matinee has been scheduled for, Monday, February 12 at 2:00 PM, and will include preshow activities like face painting and colouring for the children in attendance. Sponsors of this event will have exhibits set up and may distribute complimentary promotional products and brochures. Hot dogs will be on sale from 12:00 to 1:15 PM in the lobby and courtyard adjoining the theatre. Tickets for this special day usually sell out quickly at the reduced rate of $15, with a portion of the proceeds dedicated to the Michael J. Fox Theatre Scholarship.

The Michael J. Fox Family Visual and Performing Arts Scholarships have granted $214,000 to nearly 100 students from the Burnaby School District. The scholarship assists students who are looking to follow careers in the performing arts.

The musical will be presented daily from February 2 to 17, at the Michael J. Fox Theatre located at 7373 Macpherson Avenue in Burnaby. Regular tickets range in price from $27 to $39. Tickets can be purchased from the website.

Find wellness in Sherwood Park

January 27, 2018 by  

The second annual Campbelltown Wellness Day returns in March, to raise funds in support of the local school.

After a successful day of [Read more]

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