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Organizations prepare for Pink Shirt Day

Organizations prepare for Pink Shirt Day

Organizations, schools and youth advocacy groups throughout Airdrie will be awash in pink Feb. 27 during the 13th annual Pink Shirt Day – an annual, nationwide movement to promote anti-bullying and bullying awareness.
Comedy at the Bert promises fun-filled night

Comedy at the Bert promises fun-filled night

It's time to embrace the funny as the Airdrie Children's Festival (ACF) presents the fundraising event Comedy and the Bert, March 1 at Bert Church LIVE Theatre. “One of our main principles of the Children's Festival is inclusion.
Team Red wins Sirens Lip Sync Showdown competition

Team Red wins Sirens Lip Sync Showdown competition

After three months of friendly competition, Team Red has been declared the winner of the Sirens Lip Sync Showdown .
Flames game ticket sales to support Airdrie charities

Flames game ticket sales to support Airdrie charities

The Airdrie Chamber of Commerce and the Calgary Flames announced a new partnership Feb. 1, which will support two Airdrie charities.
Nose Creek Players stage comedic dessert theatre

Nose Creek Players stage comedic dessert theatre

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Nose Creek Players is hosting a dessert theatre Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. at Bert Church LIVE Theatre.
Volunteering with Girl Guides for half-century

Volunteering with Girl Guides for half-century

It would be an understatement to say Twyla Jenkins has been volunteering for the Girl Guides of Canada for a long time. Jenkins, who is 71 and lives in northeast Airdrie, has been a volunteer with Girl Guides for nearly half a century.
Free office space available for local charities

Free office space available for local charities

A slick new office will be the free headquarters for multiple charities in Airdrie this year.
Gala offers kids chance to give back

Gala offers kids chance to give back

A new fundraising gala will offer families a day of fun and an opportunity to discuss the importance of giving back to the community.
Albertan's long search for father leads to Airdrie

Albertan's long search for father leads to Airdrie

A Grande Prairie woman’s attempt to find her biological father has brought her search to Airdrie. Chanel Hornak has been looking for her estranged father, Vaklav Hornak, for more than a decade, after she left home at the age of 15.
AMNA recognizes local arts community

AMNA recognizes local arts community

Airdrie’s local arts and culture community will be celebrated Jan. 26, when this year’s Airdrie Mayor’s Night of the Arts (AMNA) awards are presented during a gala event at Bert Church LIVE Theatre (BCLT).