Brenda Gough

From left to right

Qualicum Beach Legion hosts special guest on Canada Day

Former resident Liam Chambers delivered an earnest, heartfelt speech

From left to right
A hilarious comedy

REVIEW: Fast-paced whodunnit is packed with laughs

Bard to Broadway play is adapted from a 1915 novel and a 1935 Hitchcock movie

A hilarious comedy
Jamie Black

Children’s trade post comes to Errington Farmers Market

The program was thrown together on June 20 in an attempt to see if people were interested

Jamie Black
School District 69 superintendent Rollie Koop and his wife Lori were the latest recipients of a flocking by the Oceanside Elementary School PAC.

Qualicum School District superintendent gets flocked

The Koop household was adorned with pink flamingos as parents raise money for a playground

School District 69 superintendent Rollie Koop and his wife Lori were the latest recipients of a flocking by the Oceanside Elementary School PAC.
Is it a bird

Skydiving over Parksville Qualicum Beach

NEWS contributor Brenda Gough's first person account of her thrilling leap of faith.

Is it a bird
David Copeman

Fishing Forever event a succes in Coombs

Volunteers from the Parksville/Qualicum Fish and Game Club hosted another successful event at the Coombs Country Camp Ground

David Copeman
Brieanne DeVore (left) and Gracie Page will be performing with some A-list talent at the North of Nashville event at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre on June 19.

Local youth musicians will play with pros

Brieanne DeVore and Gracie Page to play at North of Nashville concert June 19 in Qualicum Beach

Brieanne DeVore (left) and Gracie Page will be performing with some A-list talent at the North of Nashville event at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre on June 19.
A performance at the Errington Hall Friday features Japanese music and dance.  Uzume Taiko features a powerful synthesis of music

Drumming meets martial arts and jazz

Electrifying energy and passion will be on display as Uzume Taiko takes the stage at Errington Hall May 29

A performance at the Errington Hall Friday features Japanese music and dance.  Uzume Taiko features a powerful synthesis of music

Nick Gilder and Sweeney Todd bring big hits to Parksville on June 6

Band of "Hot Child in the City" and "Roxy Roller" fame will rock the Parksville Community and Conference Centre

Garden party on May 29 aims to raise money, lift spirits

Arrowsmith Health Care Foundation Society to host event at Arrowsmith Lodge and Cokely Manor in Parksville

Beatles fans will get a taste of what it may have been like to see the English rock band perform. Now & Then

Beatlemania hits Parksville Qualicum

Tribute festival will feature Argentinian band Now & Then this weekend at the PCCC

Beatles fans will get a taste of what it may have been like to see the English rock band perform. Now & Then
Parksville student Ryan O'Hara is heading to Saskatoon to represent B.C. in a national web design competition.

Ballenas student Ryan O’Hara to represent B.C. at national competition

After winning regional Skills Canada competition in Abbotsford O'Hara heads to Saskatoon for nationals

Parksville student Ryan O'Hara is heading to Saskatoon to represent B.C. in a national web design competition.

Exotic male dancers in Coombs this Saturday night

Inaugural Girls Nite Out event includes champagne, pamper stations and appies

A deliciously over the top comedic romp is now showing at the Village Theatre in Qualicum Beach.  The ECHO Players production of Fallen Angels includes a stellar cast: (from left) Brian Lecky (Willy)

Review: Play about lustful sex still true today

Fallen Angels is a farce about the British upper class and the temptation of a foreign affair

A deliciously over the top comedic romp is now showing at the Village Theatre in Qualicum Beach.  The ECHO Players production of Fallen Angels includes a stellar cast: (from left) Brian Lecky (Willy)
Fans of contemporary dance won’t want to miss an upcoming performance by Helix Dance Theatre in Parksville May 22 at 7:30 p.m.

High caliber Helix dancers hit stage in Parksville May 22

Perception in Motion will debut at 7:30 p.m. at the Whalebone Theatre

Fans of contemporary dance won’t want to miss an upcoming performance by Helix Dance Theatre in Parksville May 22 at 7:30 p.m.

Seasoned storytellers take to the MAC Friday

Professional storytellers read from a selection of stories from 1001 Arabian Nights on May 22 in Parksville

Two-and-half-year-old Xander Thomas of Parksville enjoyed the festivities at the Venture Land playground at the Community Park on May 8. There were balloons

THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Celebrating the Lions in Parksville

The Lion Club has provided hundreds of thousands of dollars and volunteer hours to improve and maintain Parksville Community Park

Two-and-half-year-old Xander Thomas of Parksville enjoyed the festivities at the Venture Land playground at the Community Park on May 8. There were balloons
Rebecca Snow won third place in the 2015 Islands Short Fiction writing contest.

Rebecca Snow wins writing contest

PASS student takes third place in Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands short fiction contest

Rebecca Snow won third place in the 2015 Islands Short Fiction writing contest.
Anyone who has been to Sidney

IceBear’s totem-inspired dodems featured in Coombs

Artist’s rich cultural heritage is the foundation for many of his pieces now hanging at the Coastal Carvings Art Gallery in Coombs

Anyone who has been to Sidney

John Mann to perform at the Bayside this weekend

Spirit of the West lead vocalist takes to Parksville Friday night