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Canada-wide collection featured at Harrison Art Show this weekend

Pieces from talented local artists on display at Memorial Hall over long weekend

Fraser Valley Regional Library adds 21 new ukuleles to its playground

Visitors welcome to take out and try one of the little stringed instruments

  • May 16th, 2018

Serving up beer, food, and axes in Fort Langley orchard

Close to 3,000 expected to pay homage to craft beer, food, and music Saturday.

Free Indigenous Music fest kicks off in Lytton May 18

More than half of artists are women and one third are under the age of 25

Surrey date on Shawn Hook’s 17-city Canadian concert tour

‘Sound of Your Heart’ hit singer to play Bell theatre in November

VIDEO: ‘Bling’ in the Bowl: Rodeo’s dedicated grand entry team doesn’t horse around

Bit-A-Bling squad of women adds pomp and ceremony at Stetson Bowl on Victoria Day long weekend

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Jessie Reyez is YouTube's first Artist on the Rise
Douglas Coupland creates exhibit to show plastic waste in B.C.
Canadian-born "Superman" actress Margot Kidder dies at 69
Neil Patrick Harris sings his love for Canada

Festival society releases full lineup for 40th Harrison Festival of the Arts

Legendary singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie and rock band Chilliwack among performers at 2018 festival

Country musicians unite to help Humboldt Broncos family

Langley’s Dallas Smith, and former Langleyite Chad Brownlee, are performing a benefit concert.

Single-day tickets for Surrey’s FVDED in the Park music fest on sale Thursday

For 2018, Future and KYGO among headliners at two-day annual concert

Beatles-inspired ‘As You Like It’ at Bard on the Beach summer fest in Vancouver

Tickets now on sale for four shows staged at Vanier Park from June to September

Agassiz metal musician takes home Juno win

Band ANCIIENTS wins for best metal/hard music album

Local talent to be displayed at 57th Anniversary Art Show

Agassiz Monday Painters prepare for yearly event

Moonlighting as magician, Surrey nurse raises funds for hospital ICU

Hospitalized as a girl, Pauline Kong aims to give back with ‘FATE 2’ benefit show

Vancouver graphic novelist to teach Agassiz Writer’s Workshop

Sean Karemaker advocates art for authentic self-expression, not perfection

Young female Monster Jam driver inspires young girls in crowd

Rosalee Ramer, 20, met girls with Big Sisters organization in Vancouver on Friday

Gone Country: Gord Bamford, Washboard Union play Surrey benefit concert this summer

Annual party in Cloverdale raises funds for cancer-related causes

Fast-paced, improvised fun coming to Agassiz

Improv performance supporting Agassiz Youth Outreach

Harrison treated to Maritime tunes

Richard Wood and Gordon Belsher bringing east coast music to Memorial Hall

Photo-packed ‘Gord Downie’ book authored by North Delta-based music journalist

Steve Newton interviewed the beloved Hip singer five times, first in 1989

Seabird Island author’s book, ‘Heart Berries’ receiving international acclaim

Terese Mailhot’s powerful, poetic memoir tells story of suffering and survival