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Squamish's newest waterfront public art piece coming together

Squamish's newest waterfront public art piece coming together

Locally-based visual artist Maskull Lasserre's piece, Lacuna, is part of the Oceanfront Squamish development.
Lupine Review seeks submissions for 2024 print edition

Lupine Review seeks submissions for 2024 print edition

Selected entrants will have their work featured at the 2024 Whistler Writers Festival
Jocelyn Pettit and Ellen Gira to play concert in Squamish

Jocelyn Pettit and Ellen Gira to play concert in Squamish

The two finalists for the 2024 Canadian Folk Music Awards will play a concert on Jan. 27 at St. John the Divine Anglican Church.
Excitement bubbles for Brackendale Art Gallery's reopening

Excitement bubbles for Brackendale Art Gallery's reopening

The BAG is set to have a soft opening in mid to late February; find out how you can support arts and culture hub.
Squamish choir to perform winter concert on Dec. 16 & 17

Squamish choir to perform winter concert on Dec. 16 & 17

The Sea to Sky Singers will be performing “Silent Night, Joyous Day” at St. John the Divine Anglican Church in mid-December.
Anticipation builds as Brackendale Art Gallery nears re-launch

Anticipation builds as Brackendale Art Gallery nears re-launch

Survey says!: Co-owners looking for feedback from locals to inform programming.
Retired Whistler ski racer Mike Janyk finds himself in new memoir

Retired Whistler ski racer Mike Janyk finds himself in new memoir

Go to the Start captures the life of an elite alpine athlete—and what comes after hanging up the ski boots
The final act: Amy Reid's emotional plan to exit Squamish for Ontario's artistic haven

The final act: Amy Reid's emotional plan to exit Squamish for Ontario's artistic haven

In a candid conversation, Amy Reid shares her deep connection to Squamish, the reasons behind her departure, and the exciting prospects awaiting her in Prince Edward County in 2024.
Squamish author publishes new trail running book

Squamish author publishes new trail running book

Randy Klassen will be promoting "Perhaps Joy is the Reward" at Armchair Books on Nov. 12
North Shore Celtic Ensemble brings heat to Squamish

North Shore Celtic Ensemble brings heat to Squamish

With a new concert series, Playing with Fire, the Ensemble graces the Eagle Eye Theatre stage on Sunday, Nov. 19.
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