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Qualicum Beach author publishes second book at age 85

Dorothy Collins will launch new novel on June 28

Qualicum Beach craft beer festival to showcase local brews, spirits

Event will feature 20 Vancouver Island breweries and distilleries

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Former TOSH director: ‘I will miss that challenge’

Corinne James looks back fondly on memories made at art centre

From NYC to Qualicum Beach: Illana Hester is the new face of TOSH

One month into her role, NYC art world veteran is here to stay

Beatles tribute band to play in Parksville

Argentinian group back for third tour of Canada

  • Jun 13, 2019

Two Vancouver Island artists showcase a range of styles at MAC’s June gallery

Lynne Patrick and Regina Seib’s work will be displayed until June 30

Floral club to host internationally acclaimed floral designer

‘Forage, Fabricate, and Flower’ will see Brenna Quon create bouquets from found items

  • Jun 11, 2019

VIDEO: Parksville carver turns invasive species into cutlery and more

‘Island Ivory’ is Francois Lavigne’s cheeky name for artistic work made from Scotch broom

‘It’s empowering’: Watercolour students prepare work for upcoming gallery

‘Waterways 2019 - Adventures in Watercolour’ showing at Raintree Studios on June 9

  • Jun 6, 2019

KSS Jazz Band students return from Ottawa with glowing reviews

Three of four competing groups win gold, two students awarded scholarships

  • Jun 4, 2019

Errington Hall hosts Roaring ’20s-themed pole dancing showcase

Circus Freaks hosts third annual pole fitness showcase

  • May 30, 2019

Qualicum Beach painter inspired by colour

Valerie Giles’s artwork on display at Qualicum Art Supply & Gallery

Motorized curtain planned for Village Theatre

ECHO Players concerned about safety, health of members

Chesapeake Shores filming in downtown Nanaimo

Cast and crew close to wrapping up shooting on Season 4 of Hallmark Channel TV series

New book from Island author details social history of the E&N railway

Along the E&N tells the story of 32 establishments from Esquimalt to Campbell River.

Canadian Music Hall of Famer Steven Page to play Parksville

Barenaked Ladies co-founder performs at Knox United Church on June 1

  • May 20, 2019

Mamma Mia! poised to be biggest Chemainus Theatre show ever

Plenty of buzz as Island dinner theatre schedules ABBA-fueled romp

Steering wheels and Celtic reels at the Errington Farmers’ Market

The May 25 market will include the classic cars from VI Cruisers and celtic music

  • May 20, 2019

Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir ‘Stand By Me’ tour visits Parksville

Event goes May 25 at Knox United Church

  • May 18, 2019