Musicians set to mark Winter Solstice

The fourth annual Winter Solstice Concert presented by Lila Music Centre is back Saturday, Dec. 20. It’s at a new venue for 2014, the Christian Reformed Church at 930 Trunk Rd. in Duncan. Two shows have been scheduled, at 1:30 and 7 p.m. Featured performers include singers Cari Burdett and Sara Marreiros, dancer Marisa Jackson, violinist

Richard Moody, cellist Corbin Keep, harpist Marilyn Rummel, accordionist Adrian Dolan and bassist Alex Rempel.

Have a Shawnigan Santa sighting The Shawnigan Lake Fire Department is holding its annual Santa Run tonight (Wednesday, Dec. 17) from 5-9 p.m. Santa visits Beach Estates starting at Ceylon Road and making his way to Linden Lane.

On the east side, Santa starts in the village then goes to Wallbank Road then south to Galland Road and then north to the Burnum Park area.

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