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Humboldt Anti-Bullying Day

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You may notice that the Bolt FM logo is highlighted in Pink today on our Facebook page! Today is the day we are ment to wear pink to help raise awareness of Humboldt Anti-Bullying Day. So we encourage all today to wear something pink. 

Demo Derby Derby Sign Up!

With less than 75 days left till Humboldt's Summer Sizzler the preparation work is underway for many of the amenities that this year's Sizzler will offer! One of them is Summer Sizzler's staple the Demolition Derby! Whether you are new to the area and have never been to a show like a demolotion derby or you have considered going before and never have, this years event is a MUST. Not only are you supporting an event that's enetering it's 43rd running but your supporting an event that has the proceeds going to the future home of the Humboldt Demolition Derby. So come on out! Screen Shot copy copy

"LIKE" The Summer Sizzler Facebook Page! 

Now is the time for you to sign your self up! Rules & Registration details are now posted for both the 8 and 4 cylynder cars as well at the pit crew rules on the JCI Humboldt Chapter facebook! Cost for registration today can save you 15 dollars if you pre register. Registration forms can be dropped off at the Bella Vista Inn front desk.  

Also so as a added bonus this year you have a chance to win in the "JCI Raffle Car"; you could win a free entry to compete in the demolition derby! The Jaycee's Humboldt Chapter will provide the car and everything else you need to compete in the demolition derby On June 21st! Tickets for the raffle are just ten bucks for one raffle ticket or get three for 20 bucks!

The JCI's 2014 demolition derby; It's your chance to win the grand prize of $1,500!!!!!

If you have any questions or concerns

E-mail the Jaycees at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

Karrnnel Sawitsky

April 5th, the Legion Hall will be awash in the smell of resin and the sound of fiddles as Humboldt welcomes Karrnnel Sawitsky


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Karrnnel Sawitsky currently lives in Toronto, but he is a Saskatchewan boy with strong ties to Wakaw, Saskatoon, and even Humboldt (close family living here). Karrnnel has been playing the fiddle for 26 years. He started at the age of four, honing his skills with the renowned Sawitsky Family Fiddlers, led by his dad, Orest, on accordian. He has traveled many places around the world and the accolades and awards keep rolling in; his original music and style has won the critics over. Musically, Karrnnel integrates an eclectic mix of traditional fiddle styles including Canadian Old Time, Metis, Ukrainian, Norwegian, Celtic, Cape Breton, Bluegrass, Jazz, Rock, Country, and more.

Tickets are available at Center Stage Music, with reserved seating available on request.

Don't forget to watch the Arts Humboldt Facebook Page for more details!

Hear from Andy Cohen and Karrnnel as they talk music and the upcoming concert.


Prairie Pie Why did we stop Making You



My grandmother can tell you what Flapper Pie is as can my mother but until last night I had never heard nor tasted this delicacy. If you ask them they used to make it all the time as a sweet treat when times were tough and i guess that's what they associate it with now cause it certainly isn't something I was ever privileged enough to get as a child and my grandmother does not speak of it with fondness. Tasting it makes you wanna say where have you been all my life and my kids certainly were happy i found the recipe hidden away in the old recipe box. Velvety smooth custard over a graham crumb crust topped with whipped cream, mmmmm truly decadent and very inexpensive. Easy on the time line as well, less than ten minutes and your diving in. It may have skipped a generation but this pie that is very much so a prairie throw back hopefully will make a strong return with a new generation of sweet teeth.


Here is today's FIRST weekly Throwback Thursday Image of the day!

CN STATION WINDSORHumboldt Train Station & Windor Hotel. Photo courtesy of the Humboldt Museum

I need your help though! If you have any old photo's laying around send them to me! I'll make sure to highlight you and your photo every Thursday! E-mail me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Where did Spring Go?


I can remember my mother dreading march and April. My siblings and I ,all five of us, coming home after school with many reasons why we had to walk through the deepest part of the puddle and it's not our fault we have full boots. This year and most in recent memory have not afforded us the weather for such puddles. It seems we wait and wait for the weather to warm up then when it does it warms up so fast the puddles leave before their depths can truly be discovered. I know that with my kids i have yet to use the prepared plastic bread bag to insulate the soaked interiors of their boots. It really makes me sad to see them missing out on all the wonderful stuff I experienced in my childhood and it scares me to see just how much not only has the landscapes changed near my home but the weather as well. I'm sure though that every generation believes their childhood was the best(mine really was though) guess I'll just have to chalk another one up to getting older.

We are Sending a Fan Bus




We're sending a fan bus to Friday nights game in Yorkton. Our boys need all the support they can get, so why not come out and cheer them on with fifty of your new best friends. The bus leaves the Tim Hortons parking lot at 4:30pm on friday reserve your place by calling Kim Brockman @ 682-5575 before 4pm on Thursday. It's $30 for the ride plus admisssion to the game. Come out and cheer on our Broncos.



World Autism Awareness Day!

Today the world joins hands and lights up blue to celebrate awareness for Autism, a disease that affects 70 million people worldwide. Last year, countries all across the world participated, lighting their landmarks, buildings, and cities in a blue light. Even the International Space Station joined in!

Help raise awareness this year! Use the links below to find tools to help you spread awareness today.

Light It Up Blue Campaign

CBC Best New Canadian Artist

Every year, the CBC looks for the best burgeoning artist in Canada and, this year, there is a local in the running.

Ray Whitton

Humboldts Ray Whitton is up for the Best Canadian Artist, and he needs your help! Use the link below to cast your vote every day and help Ray become Canada's Best Artist!

Ray Whitton was able to come in this morning and talk about this great opperunity for himself but for also all canadian muscians looking for there next big break!


Juno Awards


A list of winners at the 43rd annual Juno Awards, held Sunday at Winnipeg's MTS Centre:

  • Album of the year: Arcade Fire, ``Reflektor''
  • Single of the year: Tegan and Sara, ``Closer''
  • Juno Fan Choice award: Justin Bieber
  • Songwriter of the year: Serena Ryder
  • Group of the year: Tegan and Sara
  • Breakthrough group of the year: A Tribe Called Red