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Herd will be heard

Head of the Herd are doing a West Coast British Columbia Three Chapter Tour that will see them play Vancouver, Courtenay, and Whistler.
Puppetry, mythology from Flying Foxes

Puppetry, mythology from Flying Foxes

Original rock operas, old-style crooning and a killer brass section — the Flying Foxes deliver flamboyant pop epics and gritty gypsy folk.
Tango Queen in Courtenay

Tango Queen in Courtenay

The Queen of Tango, Linda Lee Thomas, is the next guest of the Comox Valley Piano Society when she performs April 1.
Bid on artwork, aid the estuary

Bid on artwork, aid the estuary

Time is running out for you to bid on estuary-inspired art.
Struggling to pierce

Struggling to pierce

Anthropologist Carol Sheehan will discuss 'Struggle to Pierce' The Ethnographic Eye of Emily Carr, at the Courtenay Museum lecture series March 30 at 7 p.m.
Flower painting taught

Flower painting taught

In response to many requests, Bill Kerr is teaching a course devoted to painting flowers.
Awards presented by our art gallery

Awards presented by our art gallery

The Comox Valley Art Gallery congratulates all the artists who submitted artwork to the 2011 CVAG Juried Members Show.
Hard-to-pigeonhole Spiller playing

Hard-to-pigeonhole Spiller playing

Emily Spiller. Singer. Songwriter. Musician. Harmonizer. Performer. Noise maker. Vocal experimentalist. Collaborator. Composer. Independent artist. Travelling gypsy.

Students' art showcased

The Comox Valley Community Arts Council and the Muir Gallery invite the public to attend a exhibition entitled Expressions.
World of Gourds

World of Gourds

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