Tags : Entertainment

Oktoberfest to start first weekend of November

It’s almost time to don your favourite lederhosen and enjoy some German food and culture. Lethbridge will be hosting Oktoberfest, which is a traditional Munich festival. A total of 800 people will be allowed inside for the festivities. The Pogo Bros entertainment company will be in charge of the event, and co-manager of the company, […]Read More

Lethbridge College announces Coulee Fest in September

Coulee Fest is returning to Lethbridge College after the event was cancelled due to the pandemic last year. The fest features live music, food trucks, a marketplace, beer gardens, and family entertainment. The Alumni Engagement Coordinator for the college, Stephanie Savage, says this year’s fest will have a strong focus on alumni. Coulee Fest will […]Read More

Arts in the Parks to showcase local artists

Entertainment lovers will be heading back to enjoy live performances this summer in Alberta. New West Theatre is hosting a number of music, dance, and comedy acts. Arts in the Parks will feature performances throughout parks in our city. There will be one event each weekend with a multitude of local artists performing. The Artistic […]Read More

Movie Mill owner excited to be “back in the business”

The Alberta government says that it is changing public health restrictions to allow drive-in events to take place throughout the province. That includes Drive In movies here in our city. Prior to that, owner/operator of The Movie Mill, Len Binning said he had received the green light from Alberta Health Services over the weekend to host […]Read More