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Akisqnuk receive funding for curated trail

Akisqnuk First Nation Band received $19,000 for the trail

Stereo 3 played to a full house for their CD release party at the Hoodoos Grill & Lounge in Fairmont Hot Springs Saturday, May 27. Photo by Dean Midyette

Stereo 3 rocks at their CD release party

Packed house at Hoodoos Grill & Lounge in Fairmont Hot Springs for local band’s CD release party

  • Jun 1, 2017
Toyko Police Club is among headline acts at this summer’s Tall Tree Festival. (Contributed)

Tall Tree offers hope to Pemberton ticket holders

Tall Tree Festival offers exchange ticket for fans with cancelled Pemberton tickets.

Key City Theatre celebrates 25 years of performances

Key City Theatre in Cranbrook prepares for their gala Spectacular Spectacular on April 22nd

George Mercer

Canadian National Parks featured in book series

A new fiction book series, written by author George Mercer, to be released is going to feature Canadian National Parks

George Mercer

Columbia Valley Arts receives regional funding

RDEK gives operational funding to CV Arts for first time

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April Verch

Triple threat entertainer offers reason to head to Golden Civic Centre

Fiddler and songwriter April Verch,will soon be coming to the Upper Columbia Valley.

April Verch