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St. Albert Botanic Park cheers the soul

St. Albert Botanic Park cheers the soul

Summer brings comfort, colour and fragrant scents
Psychological First Aid workshops available online

Psychological First Aid workshops available online

The classes, previously available only to first responders and professionals, are open to all Albertans
Visual artist expands reach at St. Albert Farmers' Market

Visual artist expands reach at St. Albert Farmers' Market

Photographer, painter and writer Linda Finstad is doubling down efforts to share her art
Farmers' Market vendors go back to the land

Farmers' Market vendors go back to the land

A success story at St. Albert Farmers' Market
Repurposed glass crafts are hotter than ever

Repurposed glass crafts are hotter than ever

The Outhouse Mouse promotes artistic innovation
Ryley Woodcrafts mix craftsmanship and solar technology

Ryley Woodcrafts mix craftsmanship and solar technology

To boost morale, the couple built 24 “COVID lamps” and gave them as gifts to shut-ins as a reminder that people care and light has a way of piercing the darkness.
Dish Mob's food bingo is for the adventurous

Dish Mob's food bingo is for the adventurous

The bingo squares range anywhere from pizzas, sushi, ethnic cuisine and corner store munchies to baking, smoothies, ice cream and liquor. There’s even a square for writing a positive review of an establishment. No two squares are alike.
Cartoonist draws up a career

Cartoonist draws up a career

You've heard the phrase 'Do what you love and you won't work a day in your life'. This Alberta cartoonist is a perfect illustration.
St. Albert aspiring chef wins scholarship

St. Albert aspiring chef wins scholarship

Alicia Hill gets ready for a three-year apprenticeship
Dancers strip from homes when pandemic prompts cancellation of burlesque show

Dancers strip from homes when pandemic prompts cancellation of burlesque show

"The biggest thing that we're all feeling now is that despite being in a tough situation, the arts are still such a vital part of our community."