Community

CASUAL COUNTRY 2019: Family ventures keep Gertzens together

As volunteers and business owners, they are kept busy

Lessons learned on the mountain for LCSS students

Murtle Lake trip offers adventure, challenge

  • Jul 24, 2019

Performances in the Park brings a wide range of musical flavour to the lakecity

Performances in the Park has carried on giving the lakecity a taste of unique and quality music

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BBBS of Williams Lake decade-long friendship
Williams Lake and District 61st Annual 4-H Show and Sale
The art of beading
Canada Day Williams Lake

B.C. breast cancer survivor to help others with cost of removing lymphoma-linked implants

Artist’s widow to use proceeds from late husband’s painting to help fund explants not covered by MSP

Pride in the Puddle parade and festivities Saturday

“We’re trying to make it so it’s a comfortable place for everybody in the community,”

Fawn visits public works yard office in Williams Lake

Mechanic walked in and noticed the fawn Tuesday

Countdown starts to 2020 BC Summer Games

Two flags unveiled at Maple Ridge city hall.

CASUAL COUNTRY 2019: Tatlayoko Valley post office remains community cornerstone

Through the years, different locations and postmasters this post office has served the community

  • Jul 21, 2019

Low mobility trails throughout the region opens up nature for everyone to enjoy

There are currently 22 trails in the network funded by the Cariboo Regional District

  • Jul 21, 2019

Photos: First Ribfest a hit with lakecity families

Hundreds of people came out for the first-ever Williams Lake Rib Festival

150 Mile Historic School House collecting local historical stories

Did you attend school at the little red shoolhouse or know someone who did?

CASUAL COUNTRY 2019: Artist, rancher, adventurer Jack Peterson and his Mountain North Art Gallery

Near the bottom of Tatlayoko Hill is Jack Peterson’s Mountain North Art Gallery

  • Jul 20, 2019

How much do you know about the moon?

To mark the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing, see how well you know space

Barkerville’s sixth annual Indigenous Celebrations takes place Saturday, July 20

This year’s event will also be the soft launch of Indigenous programming at the historic site

Pedestrian bridge construction to begin next week at RC Cotton site

The new bridge will connect to Scout Island

  • Jul 18, 2019

Playbox on the way for Kiwanis Park thanks to generous donation

Playboxes contain balls, frisbees, skipping ropes racquets and other equipment for families

Join the WLIB for some finger-licking fun at their new Ribfest

Tickets are on sale now for this fun new family event on July 20

Join Scout Island for some educational summer fun

Scout Island Nature Center is offering weekday programs for children and youth

CASUAL COUNTRY: Art Walk gets a fresh twist for 2019 season downtown

From August 16 to September 7 Downtown Williams Lake invites people to tour the downtown