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There will be lots of opportunity for audience participation at the Miocene Summer Jam Sunday, July 24.
The Dance in Common students and instructors provided the between acts entertainment in Boitanio Park last Thursday evening.
The Fab Fourever presents its Beatles 50th anniversary tour in Williams Lake Oct. 23 at the Gibraltar Room.
The Cariboo Foundation Hospital Trust presents its second annual Best of B.C. Wine Tasting on April 27.
With all the charm of Scottish heritage, the annual Robbie Burns Night celebration is set to take place at the legion Saturday night.
An exhausted team of Studio Theatre volunteers has fun setting the stage for the next step in replacing the old seats.
The lakecity’s Hub Bluegrass Club presents its eighth annual bluegrass concert Sunday evening at the Evangelical Free Church on 11th Avenue starting at 7 p.m.
The annual Parade of Choirs coming up Sunday features performances by four choral groups and special guest artists.
Canadian country star George Canyon feels his latest album Better Be Home Soon is his best work yet.
Ingrid Mapson of 100 Mile House performed along with Cariboo Gold Dance Band on Thursday at the last Concrete Fitness Performance in the Park event of the summer.
There are just three more opportunities left to catch the two brilliant Studio Theatre productions.
Jessie Rajala Chapin, the Rachel Walker Trio, and The Wittenbergs will be in concert next week to help raise funds for Operation Smile.
Contest open to participants across the province. Deadline to enter amateur photo contest is July 4. Time is running out. Enter today.
Music inspires dancing and hola hooping under sunny skies.
The Williams Lake Film Club screens its next film, Unfinished Song, on Tuesday Oct. 29 at the Gibraltar Room.
The Williams Lake Film Club will show its next film this coming Friday, April 14.
Norman Foote, born Norman Mervyn Barrington-Foote claims his name forced him to develop a sense of humour at an early age.
The Williams Lake Film Club will screen the film Trangerines on Monday April 3, for this film only, rather than on the regular Friday.
Canada's most celebrated garage rock duo, The Pack AD, along with the pride of Big Lake, Sam Tudor close out Safety Meeting concert season.
The singer, guitarist and songwriter died Saturday afternoon, in Missouri.