Spend a day in the 1950s with Hilda’s Yard

Cheryl Jack (Hilda Fluck), Bruce McKay (Sam Fluck) and Jaron Francis (Gary Fluck) in one of the scenes from Hilda’s Yard that is playing at the Station Arts Centre, Rosthern until July 27.

Cheryl Jack (Hilda Fluck), Bruce McKay (Sam Fluck) and Jaron Francis (Gary Fluck) in one of the scenes from Hilda’s Yard that is playing at the Station Arts Centre, Rosthern until July 27.

By Kate Kading

Rosthern’s Station Arts Centre is home to the Fluck Family from July 4 to the 27 in a production of Hilda’s Yard written by Norm Foster. This witty, fast paced production is directed by Stephen Heatley and features a highly entertaining cast supported by a well-seasoned stage crew.

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Cooley to be Rosthern honourary parade marshall

By Jim Craik

with Colleen Fourney

When the 2014 version of the Lions Parade makes it way down the streets of Rosthern on July 26, Rosthern’s Pat Cooley will be featured in the procession as honourary parade marshal.

Cooley, who moved to Rosthern in the early 1970s, has been very much involved with Rosthern’s welfare ever since. A teacher by trade, she spent her working years at Rosthern High School and then Rosthern Junior College where she became almost a legend.

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Geocaching Mega Event 2014 taking place Saturday, July 19

By Rod Andrews

The general public is invited to come out and see what is happening when “Living Skies 2014” comes to Rosthern on Saturday, July 19.

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Former Hepburn area woman nominated for 2014 Canadian Comedy Award

By Rod Andrews

The 15th annual Canadian Comedy Awards will be held in Ottawa from September 10 to 14, with a former Hepburn area resident being one of those nominated for an award this year.

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Rosthern Town & Country Fair 2014 Clip and Save

By Rod Andrews

The Rosthern Town & Country Fair will be taking place Saturday, July 26 and Sunday, July 27, with fun events, action and activities for everyone.

Since the Saskatchewan Valley News is not being published immediately prior to the fair due to summer vacation, we are now providing this popular Clip and Save feature of the activities that will be taking place this year that you can save for that weekend.

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