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Building bridges through song

Building bridges through song

Thompson musician looking to highlight personal growth and mental health with new album
House concerts return to Thompson with first Living Room Live performance Jan. 30

House concerts return to Thompson with first Living Room Live performance Jan. 30

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Drink Me Pretty drummer from Norway House joining all-Cree band from Northern Ontario for tour

Drink Me Pretty drummer from Norway House joining all-Cree band from Northern Ontario for tour

A Norway House drummer will team up with Midnight Shine from Ontario to make the band an all-Cree ensemble once again for the upcoming touring season.
Classical house concert tour looking for a Thompson host

Classical house concert tour looking for a Thompson host

A couple of Winnipeg-based musicians are hoping to recruit a Thompson host for their tour of classical music house concerts.
Concert season

Concert season

The School District of Mystery Lake Grade 6, Grade 7, and Grade 8 bands performed along with the R.D. Parker Collegiate Grade 9 and senior concert bands during a pair of winter concert at the high school’s Letkemann Theatre Dec. 12.
Thompson Playhouse elects board

Thompson Playhouse elects board

Thompson Playhouse held its annual general meeting Nov.
So long, summer

So long, summer

Aurora Dance Academy, John Ham, Tony Whalen, Kory Wickdahl and Tracey “Smitty” Smith entertained the crowd at the Thompson Regional Community Centre Aug. 31 when the summer swan song Party in the Park was forced inside due to weather.
Wildlife artist's painting raffle raises $900 for Thompson pediatric unit

Wildlife artist's painting raffle raises $900 for Thompson pediatric unit

During his most recent trip to the Hub of the North, former resident Earl McKay set up shop at the Meridian Hotel Aug. 16−25 in order to sell some of his latest wildlife-inspired paintings. However, he set one creation aside for a charity raffle.
Concert (not) in the park

Concert (not) in the park

Despite being banished to the Thompson Regional Community Centre due to unseasonably cold weather , local musicians John Ham (guitar), Tracey “Smitty” Smith (bass) and Kory Wickdahl (drums) performed at the final noon-hour Concert in the Park show of
CBC North Country will soon return to the airwaves with new radio host in Thompson

CBC North Country will soon return to the airwaves with new radio host in Thompson

CBC North Country, the Thompson-based radio show that was last on the air March 31, 2017, former host Mark Szyszlo’s last day on the job after more than 30 years behind the microphone, will soon return to the airwaves.
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