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Ceilidh’s Celebrated Once More

The Mid-Winter Ceilidh will be in the Exchange on Saturday, February 10. This year, the Ceilidh is extremely exited to present Scotland’s bagpipe virtuoso Fred Morrison in concert, along with east coast fiddle and piano legend Troy MacGillivray. Morrison has been a household name in piping for many years, with concerts across the globe and […]

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The Exchange Heating Up in 2018

If this looks like it’s a lot, it’s because it is. After an intensely busy fall, the Exchange Presents series returns with four great upcoming concerts. We’re set to be wowed when roots artist Terra Lightfoot comes to the Exchange on February 23. She’s a great songwriter with a tremendous voice that’s stood out on […]

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Queen City Rocks 2018 Deadline Here Soon

Are you part of a Regina music act? Could you find any use for gift cards from Long and McQuade, a free rental at the Exchange, membership and mentorship with SaskMusic, a photo session with Kamiki Piks Photography, and cold hard cash courtesy of Jim Beam and 104.9 The Wolf? Then you need to sign […]

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Wrapping up 2016/2017

On December 2, 2017, the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange held its Annual General Meeting for its 2016/2017 fiscal year. Thanks for everyone who was able to come out and participate in the governance of the organization. Four new members were elected to the Board of Directors. Welcome to Micki Cowan, Michele Geres, Edith Skeard, and Kathleen […]

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A History of Shows in the Eight Track

With any luck, you’ve heard of what we’re celebrating this year: 40 years of the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange, the non-profit organization supporting arts for everyone in the province, and 25 years of the Exchange, our all-ages performance venue on 8th Avenue in Regina. Over in the Eight Track Gallery, we’re dipping our toes into that […]