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Celebrated sax-man P. J. Perry comes to Crofton Aug. 19

Enjoy the sounds of Canada’s king of bebop at Osborne Bay Pub

  • Aug 18th, 2018

Motorsport Circuit opens doors for Motor Gathering

A fabulous mix of vehicles will be on display in Duncan for car fans and their families to enjoy

Symphony season includes 5 concerts

First up, is Min Plays Rachmaninoff on Friday, Sept. 28

HUB at Cowichan Station soon to add two upstairs rooms

Arts and entertainment are two of the community activities encouraged at The HUB

VIDEO: Shake, shimmy, and shine: bellydancers strut their stuff in Duncan

The sun was hot, but so were the dancers as The 39 Days kicks off final week

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A playful of plotting as Merry Wives of Windsor wows crowd
Nova and Lotus Schultz win Duncan Has Talent Instrumentals
James Meyer wins Duncan Has Talent Original Songs competition
Natalie Geldar wins Duncan Has Talent Cover/Show tunes

Harpists Nova and Lotus Schultz win Duncan Has Talent, sharing $300 prize

Philip Schneider takes second place and Tyla Fraser, third in instrumental category

LEXI BAINAS COLUMN: Wading into the stage pit crowd gives me a new look at Sunfest

I actually acquired a bodyguard to ensure I had a safe, happy time up by the mainstage

Soul King moving to a larger stage

Concert tribute to Sam Cooke coming to Cowichan Performing Arts Centre Sept. 29

VIDEO: Jason Aldean is the headliner for Sunfest 2019

Eric Church winds up the huge country music festival with a super show Aug. 5

Arbutus Ridge: they came, they sang, they conquered in show at Cowichan Theatre

It was an afternoon to remember, in more ways than one, and great entertainment, too

VIDEO: It’s James Meyer for the win, as he picks up $300 from Duncan Has Talent

Amanda Nixon takes second place, and $200, while Naomi Davies wins $100 for third place

LEXI BAINAS COLUMN: Brishen, Dinner in White, artists by the dozen, and much, much more

There’s even a little reminder from Sunfest: don’t miss this tip!

VIDEO: Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’, and ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ take stage in August

Is the world your oyster? Or is it a brave new world? Find out at the Shakespeare Festival

LEXI BAINAS COLUMN: Snow in July, medieval knights, bellydancers: lots to share this week

I’ve heard of a recital and 10 days of celebration, too. Don’t miss it

VIDEO: See your friends from Arbutus Ridge present 50 years of Top 40 hits July 28-29

They’ve got everything in this show: from bobby soxers to the Beatles, and more