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Gary Fjellgaard paying a visit to Cecil Lake

Award-winning singer songwriter, Gary Fjellgaard, will be performing along with former "Dawson Creeker," Saskia, and Darrel from Saskatchewan at the Cecil Lake Community Hall on Friday starting at 7 p.m.

Death and theatre

Prostitutes, murder and mayhem. That's how Director Claire Temple described the North Peace Secondary School theatre class production of Woody Allen's one-act play, Death. "But it's family friendly too," she noted.

Concert in the Gallery Production presents Amy Thiessen

Calgary-based singer songwriter, Amy Thiessen takes over the Dawson Creek Art Gallery Tuesday, Apr. 26 on her CD release tour.

Award-winning musician to hold workshops

Budding singers and songwriters are in for a treat with a talented trio coming to Dawson Creek share their musical knowledge and expertise through a series of intimate workshops with a concert finale.

Tommy Hunter brings TV memories to life

The Travellin' Man makes his only stop in the Peace on his farewell cross-Canada tour performing at Unchagah Hall Tuesday night. Tommy Hunter will hit the stage, bringing old memories of the Tommy Hunter Show to life.

Local authors nominated for BC Book Prize

Two local authors are finding out what it's like to be award-winning writers. Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margaret Pokiak-Fenton's children's novel, Fatty Legs: A True Story, has been nominated for a BC Book Prize by the West Coast Book Prize Society.

Through a trucker's lens

Life is a series of photographs waiting to be captured for local photographer Steve Milner, who will be presenting his award winning shots at the Peace Gallery North this Friday.

Solo and duet dancers take to stage Sunday

Gearing up for their year-end recital in May, the dance students from the Kiwanis Performing Arts Centre (KPAC) will be showcasing their talents Sunday, Apr. 3 during the Solo and Duet Extravaganza.

Art History

The new millennium saw several changes for the Fort St. John Community Art Council.

Local musician receives BC Arts Council funding

Breaking through as professional musician takes more than a fan base and catchy riffs. Taylor native Jody Peck, a.k.
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