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At Newton theatre, actors read story of four women looking to jump-start their lives again
It's almost time for the Cowichan Valley Performing Arts Foundation's first Annual Gala.
Argentinian-born keyboard artist Gabriel Palatchi demonstrated his extraordinary musical ability in a virtuoso performance Live at Studio 64 on Saturday night, September 8. He and bass player Cameron Hood and drummer Luis 'El Pana' Tovar gave a concert of outstanding instrumental music, drawn from the Latin rhythms of Argentina and Uruguay, to Spanish Flamenco, Caribbean funk, and Balkan inspired 'Sevens'. It was a memorable evening of Latin jazz.
Two-time Juno nominated blues artist Ndidi Onokwulu to perform at Fernie Community Centre tonight
Sweet Island Soul features vocals and guitar by Ron Ingram
Photos of Havana, Barcelona graffiti, posters an interpretation of reaction to internet communication
Spontaneous Expressions opens Sept. 20
"Without trees, we're toast," asserts Lorraine Roy. Trees feed us, provide the world with clean air, shelter us from the hot sun, and give us many raw materials with which to enrich our lives.
Disposable cameras given out in Smithers were key to success.
Panthea Loewen recently opened a pop-up studio
Fourth concert added for no extra charge
First Rose Gellert Hall concert of the season set for Saturday, Sept. 29
Decades of Disney with Arne Sahlen will take place again at Cranbrook United Church on Friday Sept 14, 7:30 pm; also twice at Kimberley United Church, Saturday the 15th at 7:30 pm and Sunday the 16th at 3 pm. Admission is by donation; Food Bank items are also welcome.
Calgary-bred band plays Rifflandia for first time, debuts first self-titled LP
Have the time of your life with wine, snacks, and Dirty Dancing on the inflatable screen in the Creston Museum Courtyard.
New work will be on display at the Fort Langley Community Hall
Live theatre, concerts, events, art exhibits and more from around the South Okanagan
Free events will be held at the museum in Fort Langley on Sept. 28 and 29
Paul Butvila shows his "Gotta Wear Shades" collection in U.S.
It sounded like the '80s as Loverboy and Platinum Blonde rocked the opening of Kal Tire Place North