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Lake Cowichan Canada Day organizers call for performers

Lake Cowichan Canada Day organizers call for performers

Performers to receive and honorarium
New Cowichan Lake Arts Centre opens in Youbou

New Cowichan Lake Arts Centre opens in Youbou

CLAC features art shop, open studio, workshop space and will be used as an entertainment venue
Lake Cowichan Kaatza Art Group celebrate 54 years

Lake Cowichan Kaatza Art Group celebrate 54 years

The group’s annual spring art show will be held at Lake Cowichan’s Centennial Hall from May 17 to 19
Vancouver Island’s Funkanometry places 2nd in Canada’s Got Talent

Vancouver Island’s Funkanometry places 2nd in Canada’s Got Talent

Jacksun Fryer and Carlow Rush added unique ‘freestyle’ element to grand finale performance
Review: ‘Jeeves’ keeps ship right on course for comedy at Chemainus Theatre

Review: ‘Jeeves’ keeps ship right on course for comedy at Chemainus Theatre

Brett Harris as Bertie Wooster as standout
Cowichan Musical Society accepting applications for new scholarship program

Cowichan Musical Society accepting applications for new scholarship program

Scholarships range from $500.00 to $1,000.00 and will help support pursuits in the performing arts
Cowichan Valley Fine Arts Show celebrates 54 years

Cowichan Valley Fine Arts Show celebrates 54 years

Opening night will feature a chance to talk with artists, mock-tails, and the John Robertson Trio
Vancouver Island’s Funkanometry advances to ‘Canada’s Got Talent’ season finale

Vancouver Island’s Funkanometry advances to ‘Canada’s Got Talent’ season finale

Nanaimo-Duncan duo excels in semifinals and will dance once more May 14
Encore Choir concert brings together diverse repertoire under We Are One theme

Encore Choir concert brings together diverse repertoire under We Are One theme

Tickets are available from Volume One Bookstore in Duncan
Frances Kelsey students write and direct one-act plays for two-day festival

Frances Kelsey students write and direct one-act plays for two-day festival

Four one-act student driven plays will be performed at Mill Bay’s FKSS theatre on May 9 and 10