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Sea to Sky Singers aim to unite us with upcoming shows

Sea to Sky Singers aim to unite us with upcoming shows

'Stitch us together: a cross-collaborative concert,' takes the stage at Eagle Eye Theatre on Dec. 11 and 12.
Three renowned B.C. Indigenous artists team up for Audain Art Museum's newly-unveiled public monument

Three renowned B.C. Indigenous artists team up for Audain Art Museum's newly-unveiled public monument

Haida chief James Hart, Squamish Nation's Xwalacktun and Lil'wat Nation's Levi Nelson collaborated on the six-metre-tall Blackcomb Way work
Second in Squamish-set mystery series for middle-school readers released

Second in Squamish-set mystery series for middle-school readers released

'Lou and the Carnival Cold Case,' follows teen as she and her friends solve crime.
Britannia Mine Museum receives international award

Britannia Mine Museum receives international award

The museum has garnered the Themed Entertainment Association’s (TEA) Thea Award for outstanding achievement for a museum experience with a limited budget. 
New guidebook scratches beneath the surface of Whistler’s tourism appeal

New guidebook scratches beneath the surface of Whistler’s tourism appeal

111 Places in Whistler That You Must Not Miss features the resort’s obvious and not-so-obvious destinations
Indigenous Life Sport Academy featured in Squamish director’s new film

Indigenous Life Sport Academy featured in Squamish director’s new film

'Riding Red' has world premiere at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival’s Fall Series starting Nov. 12.
Squamish Constellation organizers launch concert series to see us through winter

Squamish Constellation organizers launch concert series to see us through winter

Little Dipper Concert Series to start at the Brackendale Art Gallery on Nov. 13.
Take an artsy walk through Squamish with the ArtWalk

Take an artsy walk through Squamish with the ArtWalk

The Squamish Arts Council annual event takes place from Nov. 1 to 28.
Squamish actor in Netflix's 'Maid' hopes it sparks real-life change

Squamish actor in Netflix's 'Maid' hopes it sparks real-life change

Amy Reid, who plays a social services worker in 'Maid,' looks forward to Between Shifts Theatre's holiday production at Eagle Eye Theatre.
Support Squamish's non-profit Foyer Gallery and maybe win some cool local art

Support Squamish's non-profit Foyer Gallery and maybe win some cool local art

Draw for Art fundraiser on through October.