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Mediums at the Mary Winspear for Beyond The Veil on June 25.
Victoria author releases Cycling the Islands: A Guide to scenic routes on the San Juan and Gulf Islands.
Fires Burning production teaches kids that not everything in life is positive.
Art show features 300 to 400 pieces from around 1,250 entries from across Vancouver Island.
Once Upon an Indigo Moon takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Sunday, June 19 at the Tulista Gallery in Sidney.
The ladies also get an opportunity to meet the guys and have a picture taken with them at the end of the show.
New to the country music scene, The Washboard Union has been having quite the success.
The Sidney Concert Band will present its Swing into Spring concert next weekend.
Sidney Friday Night Jazz Series tonight presents Oak Bay pianist and composer.
Three friends come together for art show at Sidney's Tulista Gallery.
Caroline Fox of the Raincoast Conservation Foundation, writes her first non-fiction book on marine birds.
Stelly's students dropped his sophomore album on May 2.
Five musicians form the Players. Jim (trumpet), Lauren (bassoon), Karen Hough (horn), Kate Rhodes (violin) and Yoomi Kim (piano).
Lots planned for Sidney Literary Festival, starting with fundraisers this month.
Sunday Serenade concert April 24 in Saanichton raising money for Syrian Refugees.
Sixty-third annual show welcomes 150 artists from around the region.
“I just decided I would do something. I didn’t even know what I was going to do (at the time).
North Saanich’s Peter Demchuk doesn’t have a background in art and began carving on his own.
Kathleen Trayner finds enjoyment in the outdoors around Sidney.
For the last five years, young soloists get the opportunity to perform with the Sidney Classical Orchestra.