Local Entertainment

No fall production this year from Vancouver Island Opera

Lack of volunteers puts company’s future in doubt: president

DeCosmos outgrows space at MAC

Art group goes from analog to digital with new tech at PCCC

Blue Bus Blues barn dance to return to Errington

Event to raise money for traveling literacy program

Recalling the SOS Christmas program
    Breakfast with Santa 2017
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        Ninth annual Tigh-Na-Mara Toy Drive

          Chesapeake Shores season two premiering soon in Canada

          First episode of show, shot locally, to air Sept. 8th

          Tour de Rock murder mystery authors coming to Parksville

          Victoria writing duo to discuss their Tour de Mort book, which gives some proceeds to cancer society

          Knox’s big fall fair back for 13th time

          Parksville church’s largest fundraiser of the year features food, items for sale, and entertainment

          New program in Parksville to teach kids art and architecture

          Edmonton public artist holding multi-month program at MAC

          Show of tapestries from the 21st century coming to Qualicum Beach

          Group to present broad selection of work from Island artists at TOSH

          Qualicum Beach Weavers and Spinners find new home

          Town facilitating move to commons, looks at uses for train station loft

          More for adults and kids at P-ART-Y on the Drive in Parksville

          The Island’s largest street party to expand with farmers’ market, beer garden

          Keeping calligraphy alive with new Parksville class

          Nanaimo artist sharing lettering art with classes at MAC

          VIDEO: High Times brings rapper Lil Kim to Laketown Ranch.

          They call her the Queen of Hip Hop, but whatever you call her, you need to be there Saturday night.

          ECHO mural artist holding portrait workshop

          David Goatley to share his techniques/philosophy in two-day class

          Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra bringing musical mix to Qualicum Beach

          Music from Haydn to Lady Gaga at St. Mark’s Anglican Church

          Parksville Qualicum Beach artists to learn 300-year-old Japanese art form

          Master silk painter Tetsuo Koyama teaching at TOSH this Sept.

          Two artists driven to abstraction

          Nanaimo pair exhibiting together in Parksville in Sept.

          Jazz quartet to debut organist in Parksville at the MAC

          Bluesier, harder-hitting sound for Jon Miller Quartet

          Gumboot dancing originated in South Africa, performed around the world

          Errington world music teacher explains the history of the dance

          Curds&Whey playing Parksville

          A look at the beach festival concert finale

          Folk rock rhythm for Hi Neighbour dance

          Errington event to feature Revolving Doors band, kid’s activities, zucchini races