After careful consideration the City of Prince Albert and the Prince Albert Historical Society would like to inform the public that the Nisbet Church and Blockhouse, two of Prince Albert’s historical buildings located in Kinsmen Park, will be dismantled this month. The buildings have been underutilized for the last 40 years.
An endeavour to support local artists and celebrate Prince Albert’s cultural assets or district downtown has resulted in a nomination for the City’s culture video “Locals” for Video of the Year in the Saskatchewan Country Music Awards. The City commissioned the video in support of actions identified in the Municipal Cultural Action Plan (MCAP). “Locals” artist LJ Tyson, who wrote the original song for the video, is up for an award alongside local videographer Evan Jenkins, who directed the video.
Artists, organizations/businesses encouraged to apply
The City of Prince Albert would like to announce that winners have been selected in The Meeting Place Photography Contest. Nine winners in total were awarded various prizes based on scores set out in the judging criteria for the contest.
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Submissions now accepted at www.paevents.ca
Six prizes to be awarded, Grand Prize $500
Prince Albert, Sk. – The City of Prince Albert, in conjunction with RC Strategies+PERC, has been developing a Community Services Master Plan over the past year to guide the delivery of recreation, arts, culture and parks services. RC Strategies+PERC has applied the input collected earlier this year from residents and stakeholders to ensure that programs, facilities, and partnerships are meeting community needs.
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK