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Art auction preview now on display

Art auction preview now on display

If you're looking for a great new piece of local art for your home, the upcoming art auction is a good place to start looking.
Temerarious Tabias: Fishing on Charlie Lake

Temerarious Tabias: Fishing on Charlie Lake

“Dad brought the boat, Mom brought the sandwiches, and I brought the chips.” Tabias explained all this to Sister, her face red and steaming.
John McLachlan headlines first concert at renovated theatre

John McLachlan headlines first concert at renovated theatre

B.C. folk singer John McLachlan will headline the first concert to reopen the newly renovated theatre at the North Peace Cultural Centre in September. McLachlan will present his Call It Home! show on Sept.
Peace Gallery North readies for Harvest Moon auction

Peace Gallery North readies for Harvest Moon auction

The Peace Arts Gallery Society is getting ready for its annual fall art auction, and continues to collect items from local artists and search for volunteers.
Captured art exhibit highlights local photography

Captured art exhibit highlights local photography

Still life, wild life, night sights, a dam site... this month’s exhibit at Peace Gallery North, Captured, opened Friday tonight. It features more than 50 pieces from eight local photographers.
Writer’s festival returns this fall, this time in Fort St. John

Writer’s festival returns this fall, this time in Fort St. John

From September 26 to 29, writers from across the country working in genres ranging from poetry, prose, story telling, and song writing will converge in Fort St.
Temerarious Tabias: Brace Face

Temerarious Tabias: Brace Face

Tabias was told that all his adult teeth had come in. “But there’s still a baby tooth left,” the dentist explained. That mischievous little tooth crowded his adult teeth and now he needed braces.
Proposals requested for new Indigenous art at UNBC

Proposals requested for new Indigenous art at UNBC

The University of Northern British Columbia is seeking B.C.-based Indigenous artists to create a permanent, public art installation to welcome visitors to its Prince George campus.
Temerarious Tabias: The Karate Kid

Temerarious Tabias: The Karate Kid

Summer holidays can be long and grueling. Tabias’ friends get to go on holidays to Disney Land. He gets lucky for a weekend here and there with a spontaneous sleepover at the neighbour’s house. But that’s as far as he gets to travel.
Temerarious Tabias: July snow

Temerarious Tabias: July snow

April Showers bring May flowers, so June glowers at July’s last snowing hours? Tabias glared out the window at the falling snow. It covered the fresh green grass.