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True Colours performing at Sid

The Comox Valley's only pre-professional youth dance company, True Colours, is preparing for its fifth annual gala performance on May 21 at the Sid Williams Theatre.
Time to witness big jazz Thursday

Time to witness big jazz Thursday

Last week’s captivating Thursday Night Jazz performance by the Jenn Forsland Group, attended by about 140 people, was one of a series of great acts as the 2010-11 season draws towards its close.

South of the Border end spring film series

The final screening in the spring series of World Community films will be held May 19 at 7 p.m.

Mayworks concert at Joe's

David Rovics returns to the Comox Valley for a Mayworks Festival show at Joe's Garage on May 22 starting at 7:30 p.m. Rovics last played in the Valley at the 2009 Miner's Memorial Day dinner, where he gave a great concert.

Rodney MacMillan Trio at Zocalo

The Rodney MacMillan Trio plays this Friday at the Zocalo Café at 7:30 p.m.

Local author is New York bound

Local writer Colin Mallard goes to New York to receive an award from the Next Generation Indie Book Awards for his latest book, Understanding.

CVYMC continues to make music in 44th year

The Comox Valley Youth Music Centre is entering its 44th season of making music.

Stanton performs at Joe's

Sunshine Coast singer-songwriter-fingerstyle guitarist Joe Stanton will perform in B.C. and Alberta this May, promoting the digital release of There You Go, his debut solo CD originally recorded and released in 1997.

Exploring grandeur of Alaska

Join Elsie Hulsizer for a slideshow and book signing featuring her new book, Glaciers, Bears and Totems: Sailing in Search of the Real Southeast Alaska, on May 19 in Comox.
Hughes painting selling

Hughes painting selling

Two large, early paintings by iconic Canadian painter Edward John (E.J.) Hughes, including a depiction of the Courtenay River estuary, are going on the auction block May 17 in Vancouver.