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For artists, and those who love them, finding a way to keep track of all the exhibitions going on in the galleries on Vancouver Island has been an almost insurmountable task. Until now. Enter “Exhibitions Worth Seeing”. Exhibitions Worth Seeing
Och! On Saturday, January 25th, in praise of the ever hovering spirit of Robbie Burns, the Contra dance Fiddlejam Funtime Fiddlers will play for the dancing, prancing, bare legged, kilted Scotsmen (full of “haggis” and wee drams of liquid barley), who
KC Adams’ exhibition Birchbark Technology will open with a reception, artist talk, and community engagement opportunities at the Comox Valley Art Gallery Saturday, Jan. 18, starting at 1 p.m. Adams, a Winnipeg-based artist of Cree and Ojibwa decent, is currently in residence
The 29th World Community Film Festival is just around the corner and you are invited to Downtown Courtenay on January 31st and February 1st to experience over 25 engaging and inspiring documentaries that showcase social and environmental justice stories from Canada
Lake Trail Community Education Society is working alongside community facilitators and partner organizations to offer an exciting, expanded line-up of community programming out of Lake Trail Community Middle School this January through March. A number of free or by donation
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