Annie Gallant

Acrylic artist Bobbie Crane's show hangs in the Quesnel Art Gallery for the month of August.

Acrylic artist focuses on wildlife

Bobbie Crane paintes every day and loves every minute of it

Acrylic artist Bobbie Crane's show hangs in the Quesnel Art Gallery for the month of August.
Grandma Maureen Isaak

Granddaughters Tea Time

Maureen Isaak shares a Victorian moment with her girls at a special tea at Quesnel Bakery

Grandma Maureen Isaak
Welcome Wagon representative Sheila Bierwagen

Thank you for 10 Years of Support

Welcome Wagon is presenting plaques to businesses in the Quesnel area who have been supportive for at least 10 years.

Welcome Wagon representative Sheila Bierwagen
Mike Swyers

Mike Swyers scores big at Boone and Crocket Club awards nilght

Big game hunter Mike Swyers awarded the club's Fair Chase Award and his Rocky Mountain Goat received a second award

Mike Swyers
Not to be outdone by other areas who claim large puffball mushrooms

That’s how we grow ’em in Quesnel

A 29-pound puffball mushroom was harvested in the Red Bluff area.

Not to be outdone by other areas who claim large puffball mushrooms
Every Saturday

Market Day

Quesnel Farmers' Market has a long history of supplying the community with fresh, local produce and products

Every Saturday
Margo Nelson has been a director for B.C. Lung Association for more than 35 years. In appreciation of the support of Richbar Golf and Gardens sponsoring the Golf Book

A golf shirt to say thanks

B.C. Lung Association's Margo Nelson presents Richbar Golf and Garden a thank you shirt

Margo Nelson has been a director for B.C. Lung Association for more than 35 years. In appreciation of the support of Richbar Golf and Gardens sponsoring the Golf Book
After seeing her first book in print

My Brother’s Sins

Author C.B. Clark loves her romantic suspense and her second book is almost ready for publication

After seeing her first book in print
Bill Beaulieu (Buffalo Bill) loves his pigs

True Pig Love

Already a feature attraction at the PNE, Richard's Racers are making their first appearance at the Quesnel Fall Fair

Bill Beaulieu (Buffalo Bill) loves his pigs
Each Rawk Camp student rotated through the various stations including base and lead guitar

Rock On

Young local kids signed up for Rawk Camp, an opportunity to try their hand at rock music as taught by an authentic rock band Speed Control.

Each Rawk Camp student rotated through the various stations including base and lead guitar
The tables were set with care

Tea time

Gold Pan Grannues set an elegant table while raising funds for SLF

The tables were set with care
This is the first of many CDs if Brad Strang and JR Goodwin have their way and the musicians come on board.

Music with a northern flavour

Songwriters of British Columbia, premier edition CD helps musician support musician

This is the first of many CDs if Brad Strang and JR Goodwin have their way and the musicians come on board.
Val Bergeron is happy to be back doing the things she loves with family and friends around her.

The heart knows

Val Bergeron is happy to be home with her new heart beating strong

Val Bergeron is happy to be back doing the things she loves with family and friends around her.
Elks members Valerie Bergeron

Helping fire victims

Quesnel's Elks Lodge #298 is commited to helping the community whenever they can

Elks members Valerie Bergeron
seasonal fruit comes and goes.

Short season

Seasonal fruit and vegetables come and go at the Quesnel farmers' Market

seasonal fruit comes and goes.
Something for everyone at Billy Barker Days

Billy Barker Days has something for everyone

B.C. premier family festival begins July 14 and runs for four-days with action packed festivities

Something for everyone at Billy Barker Days
This bobcat was caught on a field camera.

Biology researcher seeking bobcat and lynx photos

UBC Okanagan master's candidate TJ Gooliaff is seeking pictures of lynx and bobcats in the Quesnel and Prince George area

This bobcat was caught on a field camera.
Last year's hugely successful Rawk Camp saw teens rockin' out.

Live the rockin’ dream

Rawk Camp accepting applications now for a one-week session with rockers Speed Control

Last year's hugely successful Rawk Camp saw teens rockin' out.
Doug Carey

Local knitter recreates the Scarf of Honour

Eight scarves were knitted by Queen Victoria in the last year of her long life and given to soldiers fighting in South Africa.

Doug Carey
There’s still a place for prize-winning produce at the Fall Fair as urban gardening is a popular pastime.

Bridging the rural/urban divide

Fall Fairs are moire than prize bulls and tractors, they reflect a time of harvest and a connection to the land

There’s still a place for prize-winning produce at the Fall Fair as urban gardening is a popular pastime.