Mark Weber

It’s been quite the year for local singer Ryan Langlois, who not only took second in the Project WILD event which landed him $75,000 towards a recording project, but he also landed two nominations in the upcoming Alberta Country Music Awards.                                photo submitted

Local artist Ryan Langlois lands nomination for Alberta Country Music Awards

It’s been a banner year for the popular local singer/songwriter

It’s been quite the year for local singer Ryan Langlois, who not only took second in the Project WILD event which landed him $75,000 towards a recording project, but he also landed two nominations in the upcoming Alberta Country Music Awards.                                photo submitted
Red Deer Justice Film Festival runs Jan. 24th-26th

Red Deer Justice Film Festival runs Jan. 24th-26th

Some screenings include a discussion in order to promote thought-provoking conversations

Red Deer Justice Film Festival runs Jan. 24th-26th
Cheryl Wowk, program coordinator with the Peacebuilders initiative, is excited to see the youth program make its debut in Red Deer in early February.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express

Local youth invited to check out ‘Peacebuilders’

Initiative aims to promote rights and dignity for all

Cheryl Wowk, program coordinator with the Peacebuilders initiative, is excited to see the youth program make its debut in Red Deer in early February.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express
Blood donations needed over the Christmas season

Blood donations needed over the Christmas season

Canadian Blood Services has called for more than 30,000 blood donors across the country

Blood donations needed over the Christmas season
Singer David James will be performing at Bo’s on Jan. 29th as part of Aaron Pritchett’s ‘Out on the Town’ tour.                                photo submitted

David James lands at Bo’s on Jan. 29th

James featured on Aaron Pritchett’s current ‘Out on the Town’ tour

Singer David James will be performing at Bo’s on Jan. 29th as part of Aaron Pritchett’s ‘Out on the Town’ tour.                                photo submitted
Kira Isabella set to perform at Bo’s on Jan. 29th

Kira Isabella set to perform at Bo’s on Jan. 29th

Isabella has signed on with Aaron Pritchett’s ‘Out on the Town’ tour

Kira Isabella set to perform at Bo’s on Jan. 29th
City council approves development permit for Supervised Consumption Site

City council approves development permit for Supervised Consumption Site

Business Bylaw Amendments discussed as well

City council approves development permit for Supervised Consumption Site
Jessa Pellerin stands beside some of her artistic creations currently on display at The Hub. Her exhibit, called ‘Heart & Key’, runs through to the end of December.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express

Jessa Pellerin presents ‘Heart Key’ exhibit at The Hub

Exhibit showcases custom signs ‘made with love’

Jessa Pellerin stands beside some of her artistic creations currently on display at The Hub. Her exhibit, called ‘Heart & Key’, runs through to the end of December.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express
Singer Jess Moskaluke joins Paul Brandt, High Valley and the Hunter Brothers for a Red Deer stop Jan. 29th at the Enmax Centrium.                                photo submitted

On the heels of a Christmas release, singer Jess Moskaluke heads to City Jan. 29th

Moskaluke is on the road with Paul Brandt, High Valley and the Hunter Brothers

Singer Jess Moskaluke joins Paul Brandt, High Valley and the Hunter Brothers for a Red Deer stop Jan. 29th at the Enmax Centrium.                                photo submitted
A scene from a past Nuit Blanche event held in Red Deer. Organizers are planning to bring the arts-focused celebration to the City next August.                                photo submitted

Nuit Blanche Red Deer looking to make a comeback in 2019

Local organization is hosting a Christmas artisan market on Dec. 15th

A scene from a past Nuit Blanche event held in Red Deer. Organizers are planning to bring the arts-focused celebration to the City next August.                                photo submitted
Terry Loewen, board chair of the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre, speaks to the media following an announcement of where the future Centre will be located on the Red Deer College campus.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express

Site of future Child Advocacy Centre on RDC campus unveiled

Centre to be located on the southwest area of the campus

Terry Loewen, board chair of the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre, speaks to the media following an announcement of where the future Centre will be located on the Red Deer College campus.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express
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Central Alberta Theatre kicks off New Year with Cliffhanger

Performances run Jan. 19th through to Feb. 9th at the Black Knight Inn

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WATCH: Red Deer Hospital’s ‘Moose Cottage’ marks 25 years

An anniversary open house runs Dec. 13th from 1 to 4 p.m.

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Reflecting on the meanings of Christmas

Reflecting on the meanings of Christmas

Mark Weber reflects on what Christmas means to him

Reflecting on the meanings of Christmas
Staff from the Primary Care Network presented a session on managing diabetes during the Christmas season at the Golden Circle on Dec. 4th.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express

Tips for managing diabetes over the Christmas season

Primary Care Network staff presented to the Central Alberta Council on Aging

Staff from the Primary Care Network presented a session on managing diabetes during the Christmas season at the Golden Circle on Dec. 4th.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express
Pictured here is an image of many that are part of the current exhibit featuring works by members of the Central Alberta Photographic Society. The exhibit runs in the Corridor Gallery (basement of the Recreation Centre) through to next March.                                Daniel Pelissier photo

Central Alberta Photographic Society showcases winter-themed shots in exhibit

Display runs through to March 3rd in the Corridor Community Gallery

Pictured here is an image of many that are part of the current exhibit featuring works by members of the Central Alberta Photographic Society. The exhibit runs in the Corridor Gallery (basement of the Recreation Centre) through to next March.                                Daniel Pelissier photo
‘Everyday Wonderments: Works by Lily Corinne Anderton’ through to Dec. 22nd in the Kiwanis Gallery. The ‘First Friday’ opening is set for Dec. 7th from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Gallery, located in the downtown branch of the Red Deer Public Library.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express

Colour exploration highlights Corinne Anderton’s show at the Kiwanis Gallery

‘Everyday Wonderments: Works by Lily Corinne Anderton’ runs to Dec. 22nd

‘Everyday Wonderments: Works by Lily Corinne Anderton’ through to Dec. 22nd in the Kiwanis Gallery. The ‘First Friday’ opening is set for Dec. 7th from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Gallery, located in the downtown branch of the Red Deer Public Library.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express
From left, Lauren Nielsen, Holly Hildt, Vanessa Wilson and Patricia Arango all took part running an information booth at Red Deer College on Nov. 29th with the goal of changing the conversation around sexual assault and violence.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express

Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre partners with RDC to change the conversation

Organizers say it’s time to change the conversation around sexual violence

From left, Lauren Nielsen, Holly Hildt, Vanessa Wilson and Patricia Arango all took part running an information booth at Red Deer College on Nov. 29th with the goal of changing the conversation around sexual assault and violence.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express
Local students pose with about 600 wooden easels they’ve made through the Saws for Schools Program. The easels will be part of a special gift for VIPs during the coming 2019 Canada Winter Games slated for February.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express

Local students delve into sustainability project in support of Winter Games

Project overseen by ‘Saws for Schools Club’ based at Central Middle School

Local students pose with about 600 wooden easels they’ve made through the Saws for Schools Program. The easels will be part of a special gift for VIPs during the coming 2019 Canada Winter Games slated for February.                                Mark Weber/Red Deer Express