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Art workshops this weekend at Lighthouse Community Centre

Qualicum Bay to play host to those with an artistic bent

REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

In case you missed it, here's a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week.

Christmas in the Country at Tiger Lily Farm

Old-time Christmas family fun on tap in the rural area

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What was your best car?

Columnist Dr. Neill Neill taking some time off

Illness sidelines News psychological advice columnist Dr. Neill Neill

Three-wheel cruising in Parksville

It's not hard to spot Krista Hummell, thanks to her neon pink trike

Dog days of summer

Vancouver Island Jack Russel Club hosts training day for dogs

Brant Fest opens this week

Festival to celebrate a little black goose kicks off March 29

Old School House hosts trio of artists

Qualicum Beach facility to show the works of some top talent

See it, then paint it, says Qualicum Beach artist Vincent

Qualicum Beach area artist John Vincent studied under abstract painter Hans Hoffman at UBC

Bethlehem Walk set to kick off

Oceanside residents can get a taste of the Holy Land without even boarding an airplane

Island Arts Expo is in Qualicum Bay

Lighthouse Community Centre will be the site for latest showing

Enter to win some of B.C.’s best books

Oceanside residents are in line to win some fabulous beach reading this summer

Knox helps streamkeepers

Local church shows it cares about the local environment

Organic wheat adds to farm business

Seedy Saturday vendor not only grows wheat on Vancouver Island, but also organic pigs

Death and comics

Fiona Dunnett blends disparate ideas in her artwork

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Lasqueti artist trying to keep art form alive

Ronaldo Norden uses printmaking techniques in his artwork

Local students take part in We Day

Kwalikum Secondary School students travel to Vancouver for inspirational event

Catch the magic of books with the Summer Reading Club

Libraries throughout the area have some exciting programs for the kids

Fishing Forever event catches many

Whoppers galore take the bait

Canadians happy without the penny, but not ready to say goodbye to the nickel: poll

A new survey suggests most British Columbians also agree with the end of the one-cent coin.