In 1991 a small group of people purchased the community theatre, hoping to preserve it and make it a viable cultural centre. In 1993, this core group established a non-profit corporation, the Langenburg Arts Council Inc. which accepted title to the theatre. Since then the main focus of the Art’s Council has been to ensure the viability of the theatre.
In the years following the inception of the Langenburg Arts Council, our community has gone through a renaissance of sorts. It has seen the difference that the arts can make to a community. Like any community, we have talented people. But unique to Langenburg, those talented people have a spirit of community-mindedness. They want to and they do make a difference. They do it intentionally because it feels right, because they believe in the future of this community.
The Langenburg Arts Council is guided by a Board of Directors. It acts as a umbrella to a number of active committee: Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Stars for Saskatchewan, Movies, & Theatre Maintenance committee Approximately 45 people sit on there committees.
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Jan Layh, Avery Crittall-Layh, Kim Mitschke
Fallon Prince, Patti Zerr
Jan Layh, Avery Crittall-Layh
Tim & Charlottte Raine
Avery Crittall-Layh, Brooke Wallin, Dustin Van Caeseele, Patti Zerr
Kim Mitschke, Michelle Fiddler, Brooke Wallin, Dustin Van Caeseele
Dustin Van Caeseele
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Dustin Van Caeseele,