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Guitar-makers to gather in Errington

Islands Luthiers Guild Show celebrating eighth year

ECHO Players present ‘Grace and Glorie’ in Qualicum Beach

Directed by Kelly Barnam, the play is a touching comedy about love and loss

Coombs Farmers’ Institute hosts popular apple pressing event

Annual event turns into a fall festival this weekend

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Gem show to rock Parksville for another year

Amateur geologists can get their fix Oct. 5-6

New David Suzuki film screens in Parksville

’Beyond Climate’ will include a panel and audience discussion

Syrian guitar quartet to play Parksville fundraiser for refugee family

The Orontes Guitar Quartet plays Knox United on Oct. 4

Errington painter reclaims the ‘Gray Cup’ after almost a decade

Dan Gray wins back namesake trophy in Steveston art competition

Blues singer, who grew up in Errington and Bowser, wins big in Nashville

Layla Zoe takes gold in ‘Unsigned Only’ songwriting competition

Qualicum Beach author tells the story of epic, treacherous maritime voyage

Captain John Voss launched from Victoria in 1901 and sailed around the world

Dancing through the years: Qualicum Beach School of Dance turns 20

Founder and owner Shari Selva reflects on years of memories, growth

Qualicum Beach folk series says goodbye after 11 years

Qualicum Acoustic Cafe organizers reflect on successful series

Errington Hall gears up for another season

Family-friendly venue has a variety of acts booked for 2019-20

Qualicum Beach group retells Scottish history through song

Celtic Chaos blends rhyming story, poetry and song in new piece

Parksville youngsters design problem-solving robot

Lego robotics team gearing up for gold in Victoria competition

Part Three: 10 questions with a Qualicum Beach historian

Local guide shares stories of town’s foundations

Dynamic duo bring decades of musical expertise to Qualicum Beach

Phil Dwyer and Theresa Whitely are the new music program directors at TOSH

Qualicum Beach author John Gordon Smith to do pair of readings

Parksville, Qualicum Beach libraries to play host

World music camp in Errington brings cultures together

Annual camp enjoys a successful year of inter-cultural exchange

Knox United Fall Fair back for 15th year in Parksville

Community fundraising day will feature rummage sale, food, music, family fun