Jessica Skelton

Plenty of Irish fun to be had over the weekend

St. Patrick's Day events throughout the Parksville Qualicum Beach area March 13-17

Qualicum School District considers developing a parallel budget

Also from Tuesday night's school board meeting: teachers association president announces she is leaving the district for a job with BCTF

Oceanside Grandmothers host artist whose work graces their tote bags

Julie Cairns to speak at Knox United Church on March 30

Jazz teacher will practise what he teaches

KSS Jazz Extravaganza set for March 12 at Qualicum Beach Civic Centre

Dexterity on display for this dynamic duo

Blue Moon Marquee to play at Lazy Mike's House of Music on March 19

March Break activities galore in Parksville Qualicum Beach

Camps and other fun things planned for the annual school break

Herbicidal Maniacs to take over the Shady Rest March 7

A little controversy makes for a “catchy” and memorable name

KSS alumna wins $35,000 to make film

Young filmmaker Mary Galloway credits grandfather for helping hone writing skills

Nine years at the Gallery @ Qualicum Art Supply and still going strong

Sheryl Sawchuck also looking to again take her nature-inspired work to summer art festivals

Rotary Club of Qualicum Beach Sunrise Spring Ball coming soon

Dinner dance on March 21 at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre could raise up to $10,000 for local charitable causes

Two different shows for two different crowds

Diana Braithwaite and Chris Whiteley bring gospel and history to Nanoose Bay on March 5 and vintage blues to French Creek on March 7

Still swimming strong every week in Qualicum Beach

Ravensong Pool staff, friends and loved ones celebrated Terry Welch's 98th birthday last week at the pool

Qualicum school trustee says education system ‘under attack’

Local school district has been asked to find a $1 million in savings; plus other school board news

Davy the Punk comes to life Feb. 28

Bob Bossin brings his southern-Ontario-inspired one-man show to the Soundgarden in Coombs

Band hopes to inspire people to follow their passion to great music

Matuto will bring world beats from New York to Errington next Friday, Mar. 6 at 8:30 p.m.

Artwork created in Nanoose Bay may fetch $320,000

Artist Shane Wilson will take 700 hours over two years to complete the sculpture

First year of Parksville’s subscription classical music series successful

Oceanside Classical Concerts season passes for 2015/16 now available

Bringing the Caribbean beach to Coombs

Dance and slumber party at the Coombs Rodeo Grounds hall Feb. 28 with Toronto's House of David Gang

North Island Wildlife Recovery Association 30th anniversary

Feature-length film celebrates work with wildlife, premieres Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre

Taking a trip through rock and pop history with the Timebenders

Tickets for Qualicum Beach Downtown Business Association’s third annual dance party on sale now and will go fast