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Dover Bay staging ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’

Dover Bay Performing Arts Academy presents final production of the year

Painter Didier Fiszel presents first show since moving to Gabriola Island

Hive Emporium is exhibiting ‘In the Flow’ until June 23

Old City Quarter’s Sounds of Summer live music series now underway

Free Friday noon hour concerts taking place until Aug. 30

Nanaimo’s Rick Scott inducted into B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame

Dulcimerist will receive a star on the Walk of Fame on Granville Street in Vancouver

Nanaimo’s first youth poet laureate unveils video anthology

‘Beyond this City’s Streets’ features poems about growing up in Nanaimo

African Children’s Choir coming to Nanaimo’s First Baptist Church

The group’s 17 children are visiting North America for the first time

Jazz singer will perform her favourites at Nanaimo show

Kelowna’s Kinga Heming and her band make Nanaimo debut at Lighthouse Bistro on Saturday, June 8

Nanaimo Pride parade happening downtown today

Parade, which starts Sunday, June 9, at noon, part of a full week of events around the city

Nanaimo artist presents pairs of paintings at his largest show ever

Grant Leier’s ‘Appropriation Series’ comes to Gallery Merrick from June 7 to 14

Yellow Point Drama Group Short Play Festival returns for third year

Two-day festival includes local originals and published plays

Local painters competing at Art Battle Northern Vancouver Island Regionals

Winner qualifies for the national speed-painting competition in Toronto

Nanaimo Art Gallery’s teen art group presents ‘Next Gen’ exhibition

Code Switching group to show photographs, sculptures and a 20-foot tapestry

Vancouver dance company brings video game-inspired production to Nanaimo

Plastic Orchid Factory’s ‘Digital Folk’ draws from Rock Band and Just Dance

Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra highlights vocalists in season finale

Concert to feature Soprano Nadya Blanchette and baritone Ben Loyst

Folk singer Murray McLauchlan to perform at the Port Theatre

Singer recently earned a Governor General’s Award for lifetime achievement

Nanaimo Ceramic Arts marks first anniversary with open house

Event includes demonstrations, mini-workshops and refreshments

Nanaimo author Greg V. Loewen releases next book in young adult fantasy series

‘The New Self-Reliance’ is the Book 2 of author’s 10-part ‘Kristin-Seraphim Saga’

Local competitive ballroom dance couple competing together for the first time

Josh Moroz and Sarah Au-Yeung to participate in Nanaimo’s Island Fantasy Ball