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Squamish Arts Council seeks public art proposals

Squamish Arts Council seeks public art proposals

Funding is available for two projects, each up to a maximum of $10,000
Got your fishing licence?

Got your fishing licence?

The new Pacific Region fishing season has begun.
Howe Sound Music Festival recognizes local talent

Howe Sound Music Festival recognizes local talent

The Squamish-based festival has released a list of scholarship winners and provincial delegates.
What is the story with the salmon pole on the Mamquam Blind Channel in Squamish?

What is the story with the salmon pole on the Mamquam Blind Channel in Squamish?

Salmon wrap around Squamish Nation artist Kasalus's welcome pole at Sirocco on Loggers Lane. The pole is a Bethel Land Corporation initiative.
New children's book encourages acceptance of differences

New children's book encourages acceptance of differences

'The Littlest Dinosaur' by LGBTQ+ authors address bullying and how the different kid isn't scary.
Five Sea to Sky bands handpicked for ‘band bootcamp’

Five Sea to Sky bands handpicked for ‘band bootcamp’

Arts Whistler’s Creative Catalyst kicks off this week 
Whistler designer breathes new life into mid-century furniture

Whistler designer breathes new life into mid-century furniture

Eva Beresova’s ReRepublic repurposes vintage pieces from former European republics  
'Check out' a stranger from a virtual human library this month

'Check out' a stranger from a virtual human library this month

Vancouver's Zee Zee Theatre company allows you to get up close and personal—online—until March 28.
Province doles out $9.5 million to Lower Mainland arts and culture organizations

Province doles out $9.5 million to Lower Mainland arts and culture organizations

In total 318 organizations received needed funding through the B.C. government’s plan for economic recovery
Miniature exhibit on at Squamish's Foyer Gallery

Miniature exhibit on at Squamish's Foyer Gallery

Artist Maureen Ryan's 'Stuck in our Little Homes' on until April 12.