Local Entertainment

World-class carver prefers the simple life

His work can be found in galleries around the world, but Kevin Peters prefers the quiet life.

Station House Gallery Middleman show underway

‘The diversity is amazing:’ gallery’s executive director

Film club on hold until gathering cap raised

On May 6, the BC Government announced that attendance caps of 50 people will remain in effect

  • Aug 31, 2020

Former lakecity magician gets chance to fool Penn & Teller

Clinton W. Gray will appear on The CW Network TV show Penn & Teller: Fools Us on Aug. 17

  • Aug 13, 2020

Downtown Williams Lake Art Walk 2020 opens Aug. 7

This year’s event features 27 businesses and 28 artists

Performances in the Park ‘Listen Live’ sessions premiere in August

Four concerts featuring local artists will be available on Youtube

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Fresh Air Cinemas stops in Williams Lake, Quesnel, a box office smash

Funds raised go towards local, non-profit organizations

Doris Munger and Old Fort Traditional Dancers plan tribute to Williams Lake Stampede

The Babine First Nation group has been attending the Stampede, parade since 2003

Interlakes builds drive-in movie theatre

‘It looks like it could be a golf course now, really, it’s beautiful’

Arts on the Fly confirms it is cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19 precautions

‘We were so close to announcing our lineup before the pandemic hit’: AOF society

  • May 4, 2020

That’s a wrap: Williams Lake Film Club finishes another season

“This time of uncertainty has given us the opportunity to reflect on the importance of cinema”

  • Apr 14, 2020

Marin Patenaude’s newest album set to release May 29

A single, Cold Front, featured in an official music video was released on April 8

Cariboo Art Beat gives sneak peak of Paradise Cinemas’ new mural

With all the bad news lately, it can be nice to be reminded of the lakecity’s strong community spirit

Silent Sky ends run one week early due to COVID-19

This production was the third one of the Williams Lake Studio Theatre’s 2019/2020 season

Paradise Cinemas closing until at least April 2 effective immediately

This move comes to protect the community and employees of the theatre

Esk’etemc students embrace chance to create short film with William Belleau

“For me (this project) was very spiritually rewarding, it’s really hard to put into words.”

Lakecity man writes children’s book for his daughter

The Girl Who Was Brave Enough will soon be available at the Open Book

Annual Parade of Choirs raises thousands for Hough Memorial Cancer Society

Since 2008, the society has raised over $30,000 from the Parade of Choirs alone

Youth-led art show on this month at Purple Pansy

Three young artists are getting the chance to showcase their artwork thanks to Cariboo Art Beat