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More Men of Sea to Sky

Performer: George McKenzie Charity: Squamish Health Care Foundation Do you like to enjoy life through music? So does musician George McKenzie, one of the contestants at the upcoming Men of Sea to Sky Ladies' Night fundraiser.

A BAG of mixed media

One of the best things about the Brackendale Art Gallery (BAG) is its continuous devotion to showcase a wide variety of art forms and individual expression.

A girls' night out that does a lot of good

It's Canadian Idol meets girls' night out - and no matter who wins, the community benefits. The Rotary Club of Squamish is putting together a unique event to raise funds for 10 deserving local charities.

Take it from the top, Oscar!

Phenomenal. From the first tap act to the closing cast bow, the only words to describe Howe Sound Secondary's rendition of 42nd Street are superb, phenomenal, and extraordinary.

Theatre walls to go up this week

The one amenity Squamish most clamours for is now under construction. Garibaldi Five Cinemas is expected to start showing films in October.

Broadway on Buckley

Prepare to be wowed, Broadway style! A dynamic cast of 53 students from Howe Sound Secondary's musical theatre program will draw upon their combined talents to star in the hit Broadway musical 42nd Street - a toe-tapping, foot-stomping romp full of m

Celebrating bluegrass at the BAG

The popularity of bluegrass music has experienced a recent resurgence thanks to the likes of Allison Kraus and the George Clooney movie O Brother, Where Art Thou - who have lent their talents to spread the old-time music to the masses.

Music Festival a ringing success

For the past three weeks musical sounds have been ringing through the Howe Sound corridor. The Howe Sound Music Festival began on April 2 with guest artist Pavlo who performed for a sold out crowd at the Eagle Eye Theatre in Squamish.

Teens get to act their age

Who knows? Maybe a future Hollywood heartthrob will be coming to a theatre near you. Live theatre that is. All young actors have to start somewhere - and need a positive atmosphere to learn and perfect their craft.

Children's entertainer a classroom act

Singing with huge smiles and an even bigger voice, a group of 35 young students follow musician Paul Hann in the chorus of a song they've created. "From coast to coast we have it all. The snow-capped mountains and the forests tall.
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