Celebrate New Years Eve @ The Sawridge Inn
Presented by Sawridge Inn Fort McMurray and Country 93.3
This New Years Eve enjoy an evening of great food, rockin’ music and beautiful people!
Featuring Kenny and Becca Hess.
Pretty excited to see Keyano College’s adaptation of the Charles Dickens masterpiece tonight. Russel Thomas takes on the roll of Scrooge- with some big shoes to fill! My personal favourite Scrooge? Has to be Michael Caine in the classic Muppets Chrismtas Carol.
Join on the fun and save some money if you get your tickets early! CLICK HERE FOR THE DETAILS!
And if only for the fact that I can say I know someone in Nashville- Becca became my unofficial “Nashville correspondent”
Just over a month before we ring in 2015 (at the Sawridge Inn & Conference Centre, of course!) but what better time to make some fearless predictions about what’s in store for us! I foolishly predicted the demise of the cheque- and was instantly met with a backlash from the Cheque Fan Club of Fort McMurray. Erica thought I was out to lunch- as usual:
Montreal Canadiens star P.K. Sub ban; City personalities Brad Smith and Dina Pugliese; and actors Joshua Jackson and Jason Priestley are among Hello! Canada’s 50 best-dressed Canadians.
In a digital exclusive, Hello! published its list on Thursday, including stars from entertainment, sports and philanthropy.
“When we thought about who to include, a flurry of striking details came to mind: the black rims of Dan Levy’s signature spectacles; a peek of leg beneath Suzanne Rogers’ Emilia Wick stead gown at our Most Beautiful party; the sheen off Joe Merman’s velvet smoking slippers; the glint of Dina Puglisi’s statement jewelry and so many more,” Hello! writes.
From the entertainment world, there are actors Shanae Grimes-Beech, Dan Levy and Kiesz as well as supermodel Coco Rocha.
Philanthropists on the list include Suzanne Rogers, Jenna Biotope and Sylvia Mantilla.
To view the full story and list, click here.
So today at the Airport- I was accidentally an accomplice to a crime. Listen here:
The things people will do to save a buck- although it reminded me of this classic Mr. Bean sketch:
The video shows two (perhaps former) lovers, who reunite in a field, seeming to rekindle their romance instead of saying goodbye. It’s a contrast to the song’s lyrics, which start off, “I never thought you’d pick up the phone / It’s Friday night, you should be out on the town / Didn’t think you’d be / Sitting at home all alone like me.”
It’s no surprise that the Oklahoma native didn’t appear in the ‘Lonely Tonight’ video himself, since he says he is no longer willing to play a romantic lead in any of his songs.
This is kinda neat.
Winnipeg’s Keith & Renee have slowly been making a name for themselves with their high energy live show- and now they’re coming to Fort McMurray! They’ll be opening up for High Valley December 4th at Keyano Theatre! Here’s their first single “Feel Good Thing”