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City and North Peace Cultural Society agree to 90-day cooling period

City and North Peace Cultural Society agree to 90-day cooling period

The City of Fort St John and the North Peace Cultural Society have agreed to a 90-day cooling period on the future of the cultural centre.
My link to the past as a historical fiction author

My link to the past as a historical fiction author

Over the years, many individuals have uttered the words, "I was born in the wrong era." Whether that be the past or future that they wish to be part of, there is a piece of them that knows they are beyond their time.
Community Living art show puts a unique lens on COVID-19

Community Living art show puts a unique lens on COVID-19

The Fort St. John Association for Community Living opened its first art show at Peace Gallery North today.
City silent on cultural society's concerns, closed meeting to be held July 19

City silent on cultural society's concerns, closed meeting to be held July 19

The city has invited the North Peace Cultural Society to discuss their concerns behind closed doors.
Afternoon Tea: Where it came from and how to make it

Afternoon Tea: Where it came from and how to make it

A few years ago, I had the privilege of attending afternoon tea at The Empress Hotel in Victoria, arguably the most popular tea house in Canada. The amount of work and preparation that goes into this meal is astounding
Sue Popesku arts and culture archives now online

Sue Popesku arts and culture archives now online

Anyone in the Peace Region with a love for arts, culture, and heritage has certainly heard of Sue Popesku or of her legacy. Now, a website preserving the many years she dedicated to building and enriching local communities is online.
Fort St. John prop master Julian LeClerc paving his own trail

Fort St. John prop master Julian LeClerc paving his own trail

From fashion school to Netflix to YouTube, Fort St. John's Julian LeClerc continues to build his creative career in Vancouver
Grandma’s Attic: The cutest classics you’ve probably never read

Grandma’s Attic: The cutest classics you’ve probably never read

"Arleta’s trips to Grandma Mabel’s old home were so much fun. She explored from the attic to the root cellar, from the barn to the meadow brook. Everywhere she looked, she found a story!” - Arleta Richardson, In Grandma’s Attic
Fort St. John museum news

Fort St. John museum news

Canada Day activities, July scavenger hunts, and embarking on a new strategic plan
Letters: Arts community alienated by city's decision on cultural centre

Letters: Arts community alienated by city's decision on cultural centre

Shannon Craig says the city's removal of a non-profit organization from the cultural centre makes no sense.