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Bill Horne’s “No Reply” wall features silkscreen on plexiglass with reclaimed fir, linen, truck mirror, metal and Gobo silhouette projection, with the letterhead of former Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, the Hon. Bernard Valcourt, who did not reply to a letter about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Works such as this one will be part of a slide presentation of 25 years of activist art by Horne, presented April 26 at the Quesnel Public Library. Artwork by Bill Horne

Wells artist Bill Horne shares 25 years of activist art

Horne will offer slide presentation April 26 at the Quesnel Public Library

  • Apr 20, 2018
Bill Horne’s “No Reply” wall features silkscreen on plexiglass with reclaimed fir, linen, truck mirror, metal and Gobo silhouette projection, with the letterhead of former Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, the Hon. Bernard Valcourt, who did not reply to a letter about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Works such as this one will be part of a slide presentation of 25 years of activist art by Horne, presented April 26 at the Quesnel Public Library. Artwork by Bill Horne
Toronto’s Emma Cook celebrates release of new album April 20 in Quesnel

Toronto’s Emma Cook celebrates release of new album April 20 in Quesnel

Cook brings new music and new, edgier pop sound to Pen-Y-Bryn Farm as part of Western Canadian tour

  • Apr 18, 2018
Toronto’s Emma Cook celebrates release of new album April 20 in Quesnel
Campground, a murder mystery comedy in the woods (with music), written and performed by Lucas Myers, is coming to the Chuck Mobley Theatre Friday, April 20.                                 Contributed photo

Lucas Myers bringing two very different shows to Quesnel April 20 and 21

Myers will perform Campground for grown-ups and Captain Future Saves the World for youngsters

  • Apr 15, 2018
Campground, a murder mystery comedy in the woods (with music), written and performed by Lucas Myers, is coming to the Chuck Mobley Theatre Friday, April 20.                                 Contributed photo
Seventeen-year-old Trisha MacDonald, a Grade 12 student at Correlieu Secondary School, will show two or three works, maybe even more, at “New Art,” the new art show at the Quesnel Art Gallery. The show opens April 13 and features work by Quesnel students. Lindsay Chung photo

Quesnel Art Gallery’s next show features works by students

Quesnel students are sharing their art in “New Art,” which opens April 13 and runs until May 12

  • Apr 12, 2018
Seventeen-year-old Trisha MacDonald, a Grade 12 student at Correlieu Secondary School, will show two or three works, maybe even more, at “New Art,” the new art show at the Quesnel Art Gallery. The show opens April 13 and features work by Quesnel students. Lindsay Chung photo
Correlieu Players get ready to rock in latest musical

Correlieu Players get ready to rock in latest musical

61st Annual Cariboo Revue coming to Chuck Mobley Theatre April 11-14

Correlieu Players get ready to rock in latest musical
Billy Barker Days Society gearing up for it popular summer festival

Billy Barker Days Society gearing up for it popular summer festival

Looking for sponsorship help, event volunteers and festival planners

Billy Barker Days Society gearing up for it popular summer festival
Feliciano Guimaraes photo

Nazko set for Third Annual Arts and Music Festival on March 3

Fourth Annual Nazko Arts and Music festival is an excellent opportunity to see what the community’s local talent has to offer

Feliciano Guimaraes photo
Photo: Embraer

Fly Bouchie Air: fourth Lawnchair Travel Series at Bouchie Lake Hall

Bring your own lawn chair, come in costume if you want and enjoy

Photo: Embraer
Montreal’s Buzz Brass Quintet in Quesnel for two shows

Montreal’s Buzz Brass Quintet in Quesnel for two shows

Buzz Brass performs family concert Jan. 25 and Salute to Gershwin Jan. 26

Montreal’s Buzz Brass Quintet in Quesnel for two shows
Prince George resident Alexa Stevens was full of concentration when she decorated her gingerbread man at the Old Fashioned Victorian Christmas at Barkerville Historic Town & Park on Dec. 10. Barkerville smashed attendance records Dec. 9-11 with 1,600 people going through the turnstiles.                                KAREN POWELL PHOTO

Old Fashioned Victorian Christmas provided the wonder of a traditional yuletide experience

Old Fashioned Victorian Christmas provided the wonder of a traditional yuletide experience

  • Dec 20, 2017
Prince George resident Alexa Stevens was full of concentration when she decorated her gingerbread man at the Old Fashioned Victorian Christmas at Barkerville Historic Town & Park on Dec. 10. Barkerville smashed attendance records Dec. 9-11 with 1,600 people going through the turnstiles.                                KAREN POWELL PHOTO
Jingle bells, bakery smells and tube runs all the way

Jingle bells, bakery smells and tube runs all the way

Victorian Christmas at Barkerville will be filled with fun and rides on the sleighs

  • Dec 7, 2017
Jingle bells, bakery smells and tube runs all the way
Quesnel’s Correlieu Players present two comedies for the price of one

Quesnel’s Correlieu Players present two comedies for the price of one

It will be a laugh-a-minute at Chuck Mobley Theatre at Correlieu Secondary School

Quesnel’s Correlieu Players present two comedies for the price of one
Author Barbara MacPherson lives in Nakusp but grew up in Bridge Lake.

Book tells story of hardy Cariboo pioneers

The Land on Which We Live gives the history of the 70 Mile House to Bridge Lake area

  • Sep 29, 2017
Author Barbara MacPherson lives in Nakusp but grew up in Bridge Lake.
Too Sense brings new music to Kersley’s Pen-Y-Bryn Farm

Too Sense brings new music to Kersley’s Pen-Y-Bryn Farm

The two-piece band will be performing Aug. 26.

Too Sense brings new music to Kersley’s Pen-Y-Bryn Farm
Wells B.C. hosts fifth annual Moonrise Film Festival

Wells B.C. hosts fifth annual Moonrise Film Festival

The arts community invites film fanatics to its festival Aug. 25-27.

Wells B.C. hosts fifth annual Moonrise Film Festival

What’s on

Upcoming entertainment events from around the South Cariboo.

  • Jun 14, 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.

Toyko Police Club is among headline acts at this summer’s Tall Tree Festival. (Contributed)
Always the entertainer

Always the entertainer

Rick Kopp has a need for speed

Always the entertainer
Despite all odds

Despite all odds

Dan Buchanan returns to the thrill of flying

Despite all odds