Easter in Barkerville

Barkerville Historic Town and Park hosted a free Easter Egg Hunt April 21

St. Ann’s celebrates Earth Day

Students at the Quesnel school recycled, picked up trash and planted trees

  • Apr 22, 2019

QUIZ: How much do you know about Easter?

Take this short quiz and put your knowledge to the test

Cariboo Sikh Temple Vaisakhi Celebration 2019
What the Duke of Ed Youth are all about
Duke of Edinburgh Award recipient Isabella Gonzalez-Kaminski
Duke of Edinburgh Award recipient Jennifer Lee

Country and bluegrass festival returns to Quesnel next week

Seventeen bands will perform in the 22nd annual festival, from April 25-28

Waste not: Kootenay brewery leftovers feed the local food chain

Spent grains from the Trail Beer Refinery are donated to local farmers and growers, none go to waste

Quesnel artists created $100,000 sculpture unveiled in Kamloops last week

Lee-Anne Chisholm and Aaron Harder created the sculpture in honour of volunteers during the 2017 wildfires

  • Apr 19, 2019

Quesnel’s Paisley Players return with new, two-play show

The show is written and directed by local Gino de Rose

Acting Mayor Laurey-Anne Roodenburg takes home gold panning crown

Roodenburg won the Gold Panning Showdown in the 8th Annual Gold Show last weekend

B.C. cyclist braking stigma on addiction from coast to coast

Mathew Fee aims at world record for longest distance on BMX bike while sharing his story of recovery

LeBourdais Park goes blue for autism awareness

A crowd gathered in LeBourdais Park on Sunday evening to raise awareness for autism

Quesnel’s Itty Bitty Burlesque Festival not so itty bitty anymore

Festival has grown into a three-day event with 60 performers

Innovative Juggler performing in Quesnel Sunday

Juggler Greg Kennedy blends art and science in his innovative juggling show

Quesnel band No More Cries releases new album

The album release party was on March 23

Bringing Broadway to life

Correlieu Players present their 62nd annual musical revue April 10-13

All About Bats presentation on Wednesday in Bouchie Lake

Grant Hill of Pause to Feather Creations is giving the presentation

Quesnel’s Friends of the Museum wants to hear pulp mill stories

A write up of all the museum’s upcoming events

  • Apr 8, 2019

Quesnel First Nations take part in Walk for Healing

Drums and song cleansed the air and juniper brushes cleansed the ground along the riverfront

Travel the world with music from the Silk Road Duo in Quesnel this weekend

The duo will be perform at the Friendship Centre on Saturday, April 6

VIDEO: ‘Mammoth’ donkeys stand tall at B.C. interior sanctuary

Big animals prove they have a gentle soul, quiet nature