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Travel to Vietnam with Brenda Gardiner in the Bouchie Lake Lawnchair Travel Series

Gardiner spent just over two weeks visiting the country with her daughter in December

Trades Day at West Fraser saw mill opens student eyes to career possibilities

COFI and West Fraser put on the one-day event for 15 Quesnel students

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Duke of Edinburgh Award recipient Isabella Gonzalez-Kaminski
Duke of Edinburgh Award recipient Jennifer Lee

Quesnel Film Club to show Bel Canto at The Carib

The film will be shown on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m

Better at Home to host fundraising gala in Quesnel

The gala will feature a live auction, a dessert auction and a silent auction

BC SPCA’s Treat Week kicks off in Quesnel

As of Feb. 23, there were 12 confirmed local businesses participating in the event

Quesnel Rotary chips in for kitchen upgrades

Rotary donates to Quesnel Dakelh Education and Employment Society

  • Feb 25, 2019

Bouchie Lake Lawnchair Travel Series continues with flight over the Yellowhead

The flight takes place on Monday, Feb. 25 at Rocky’s General Store in Bouchie Lake

Purusing the past on Family Day

The Quesnel and District Antique Machinery Park opened for Family Day for the first time this year

Maple magic in Bouchie Lake

Bouchie Lake Country Store hosted its third Festival du Sucre and National Flag Day

Fourth annual Nazko Arts and Music Festival coming up

The organizers are still open to getting more artists and performers for the festival

Short Story Writing Contest an opportunity for Quesnel-area writers to show their skills

Organizers of annual Writing Contest looking for stories about injustice

Englands in Asia: exploring Cambodia

Follow their travels from Angkor Wat to the floating village

  • Feb 22, 2019

St. John the Divine Anglican Church to host ‘thank you’ Coffee and Cake hour

The event is in thanks of those who donated to the church following October 2018 robbery

  • Feb 21, 2019

Quesnel and District Arts Council looking for artists to participate in Sketch and Paint Competition

The competition will have four 30-minute rounds and a grand prize for the winner

Lost a ring? This B.C. man will find it for you

Chris Turner founded The Ring Finders, an international directory of metal detector hobbyists

Educational Family Day fun at the Quesnel Museum and Archives

The museum provided games, scavenger hunts, snacks, a dress-up chest and free admission

Fly to Iceland to kick off the start of the Bouchie Lake Lawnchair Travel series

Pilot Joan McNaughton spent two weeks exploring the country last September

Delicious donation to The Forge in Quesnel

Cariboo Chapter #71 Order of the Eastern Star and Dairy Queen donated $300

Body positive burlesque in Quesnel

Local burlesque troupe is “like nothing people have ever seen before”