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Northeast B.C. events receive $382,458

Northeast B.C. events receive $382,458

Four events in Fort St. John are receiving a share of provincial COVID-19 recovery funding.
City and North Peace Cultural Society complete first mediation session

City and North Peace Cultural Society complete first mediation session

The City of Fort St John and the North Peace Cultural Society held their first mediation session this week over the future of the North Peace Cultural Centre, with both parties expressing a positive outcome.
Around Town: Art of Inclusion

Around Town: Art of Inclusion

NPSS returns to the sea, and the stage this weekend

NPSS returns to the sea, and the stage this weekend

Musical theatre students at North Peace Secondary make their much-anticipated return to the stage this weekend with a two-week run of The SpongeBob Musical.
Fort St. John museum news

Fort St. John museum news

Our Christmas elves have been busy decorating the museum for the holiday season. Thanks to all our volunteers who donate their time to make our exhibits and gift shop festive.
Reuse, recycle, rejoice

Reuse, recycle, rejoice

The Fort St. John Arts Council's annual Christmas fundraiser is underway at the ArtsPost, and the organization is encourage residents to reuse and recycle old decorations.
#MomLife: Our House is on Fire

#MomLife: Our House is on Fire

Everyone and their mums need to read this book, but especially if you're a parent
Northern Arts Review: Why art is smart investment

Northern Arts Review: Why art is smart investment

Arts Infrastructure Program a great opportunity that can make major difference in the Peace
NPCC seeks camera volunteers

NPCC seeks camera volunteers

The North Peace Cultural Centre has a full slate of shows this Christmas season, and is looking for volunteer camera operatorss to help stream them live to audiences.
Northern Arts Review: A well-earned retirement Peace poet and arts advocate Donna Kane

Northern Arts Review: A well-earned retirement Peace poet and arts advocate Donna Kane

Local writer, editor, poet, and arts administrator Donna Kane is moving on to new horizons. She recently resigned as Executive Director of the Peace Liard Regional Arts Council, a role she held for seven years.