Community

Williams Lake Farmers’ Market enjoys sunny skies for opening market

The Market will be going strong every Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. until October 11

City-wide trash pick-up event slated for Saturday, May 11

If you’ve got some time between 10 a.m. and noon, come out and join in the effort

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Williams Lake Square Dancers 61st Annual Jamboree
Ivy Chelsea works with students on BC Parks project
Tourism Discovery Centre on summer hours
Jack Glatzer performs for LCSS students

WATCH: In the Valley of Wild Horses released worldwide this month

Trevor Mack returns home this summer to film his first feature-length film

Cariboo Festival celebrates end of another successful year

Eight contestants are moving on to the Provincial Festival later this month

PHOTOS: Seedy Saturday a hit for vendors and attendees

The sun was shining brightly for this first of its kind event

Hike for Hospice raises awareness, creates inclusion

“The event is all about communtiy awareness, fundraising and inclusion,” Johnson said.

Catalano brings in alternative circus band Blackberry Wood on June 1

This is the latest Shock Collar Records sponsored show to come to the lakecity

Annual Spring Pottery Sale this Saturday at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre

Don’t miss this great chance for a beautiful last minute Mothers Day gift

Fresh coats of paint for the Cowboy Statues

The three iconic statues around the Y will not be left permanently white as some had suggested

Local theatre groups to compete in Central Interior Zone Festival in Kersley

The festival will see performers from Kersley, Quesnel, Williams Lake and Prince George

Williams Lake Salvation Army benefits from BC Hydro energy efficient funding

BC Hydro will provide a grant to the Salvation Army Williams Lake Community and Family Service

Daybreak Rotary selects Saunders as parade marshal

Wilber Saunders is well-known for his efforts to pick up litter in and around Williams Lake

Newspaper career of Williams Lake’s Lorie Williston celebrated at gala

Williston retired in 2018, but is credited with making Black Press North what it is today

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Youth Fiddlers take audiences on a musical Celtic journey

Follow the stories of the Celtic people in the Gibraltar Room Sunday at 3 p.m.

Cherry Docs provides a stark look at bigotry and forgiveness

The most recent drama by the Williams Lake Studio Theatre entertains and shocks

Lakecity students help build new greenhouses for their school

Join the LCSS Grow Operators at Seedy Saturday by Kiwanis Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Plenty of activities planned for Youth Week this year in lakecity

Don’t miss out on these exciting events organized and supports by the Boys and Girls Club

The Williams Lake Indian Band breaks new ground at Coyote Rock Estates

This is just the latest in a line of new initiatives spearheaded by the WLIB

VIDEO: Shattering cultural stigmas: Three Punjabi-Canadian sisters tell their story of sexual violence

Raised in Williams Lake, Jeeti Pooni led effort to create the documentary, set to debut at festivals