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Country blues singer Robert Bertrand plays harmonica and guitar as her performs at a Summer Stage event at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Thursday evening. Formerly a resident of Vancouver, Bertrand now lives in Merritt. The events are held weekly during the summer.
Country blues singer Robert Bertrand plays harmonica and guitar as her performs at a Summer Stage event at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Thursday evening. Formerly a resident of Vancouver, Bertrand now lives in Merritt. The events are held weekly during the summer.
Gina Walchuk (l), manager of the Interior Savings Credit Union branch in Clearwater, chats with Kathy Conway, the ISCU president, as the crowd gathers for Moonlight Movie Night on Thursday evening, July 27. Proceeds went to Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club. The credit union sponsored similar events in 11 communities this year.

Credit union sponsors movie night in Clearwater

ISCU president from Kelowna comes to participate

Gina Walchuk (l), manager of the Interior Savings Credit Union branch in Clearwater, chats with Kathy Conway, the ISCU president, as the crowd gathers for Moonlight Movie Night on Thursday evening, July 27. Proceeds went to Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club. The credit union sponsored similar events in 11 communities this year.
Imagine performs                                Members of the band Imagine perform on July 6 during the first of the Thursday evening concerts held over the summer at Dutch Lake Community Centre. Pictured are (l-r) Melanie Harwood (bass guitar, acoustic guitar), Ronnie Dyck (acoustic guitar), Dan Dyck (bass guitar, acoustic guitar), Dayne Peters (drums), and Marnie Peters (piano). The group started as a worship band about a year a go after Dan and Ronnie moved to Birch Island. Upon request by community members to broaden their scope they formed a country gospel band.                                Photo by Keith McNeill

Music by Imagine

Band performs for weekly concert at Dutch Lake Community Centre

Imagine performs                                Members of the band Imagine perform on July 6 during the first of the Thursday evening concerts held over the summer at Dutch Lake Community Centre. Pictured are (l-r) Melanie Harwood (bass guitar, acoustic guitar), Ronnie Dyck (acoustic guitar), Dan Dyck (bass guitar, acoustic guitar), Dayne Peters (drums), and Marnie Peters (piano). The group started as a worship band about a year a go after Dan and Ronnie moved to Birch Island. Upon request by community members to broaden their scope they formed a country gospel band.                                Photo by Keith McNeill
Author Lloyd Jeck lives in Clearwater.

Chips From My Axe offers glimpses of pioneer life

Clearwater-based author Lloyd Jeck has written his third book

Author Lloyd Jeck lives in Clearwater.
Show support for buskers                                Anna Wood and her son, Josh Fulford, sing and play their instruments near Dutch Lake beach on Canada Day. “Tourists love local musicians,” they say, adding that the community and businesses should support and encourage local musicians, artists and composers.                                Photo by Keith McNeill

Buskers seek support

Tourists love to hear local musicians, they say

Show support for buskers                                Anna Wood and her son, Josh Fulford, sing and play their instruments near Dutch Lake beach on Canada Day. “Tourists love local musicians,” they say, adding that the community and businesses should support and encourage local musicians, artists and composers.                                Photo by Keith McNeill
Fiddler JJ Lavalee plays a jig during National Aboriginal Day activities at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Saturday, June 24. The entertainment also included Metis dancers Rowan and Quinn Pickering, Inuit entertainer Willie Trasher with partner Linda Saddleback, and local musicians. MC was Derrick Whiteskycloud.                                Fiddler JJ Lavalee plays a jig during National Aboriginal Day activities at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Saturday, June 24. The entertainment also included Metis dancers Rowan and Quinn Pickering, Inuit entertainer Willie Trasher with partner Linda Saddleback, and local musicians. MC was Derrick Whiteskycloud.

SLIDESHOW: Clearwater celebrates National Aboriginal Day

People enjoy events at Dutch Lake Community Centre in Clearwater on Saturday, June 24, for National Aboriginal Day.

Fiddler JJ Lavalee plays a jig during National Aboriginal Day activities at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Saturday, June 24. The entertainment also included Metis dancers Rowan and Quinn Pickering, Inuit entertainer Willie Trasher with partner Linda Saddleback, and local musicians. MC was Derrick Whiteskycloud.                                Fiddler JJ Lavalee plays a jig during National Aboriginal Day activities at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Saturday, June 24. The entertainment also included Metis dancers Rowan and Quinn Pickering, Inuit entertainer Willie Trasher with partner Linda Saddleback, and local musicians. MC was Derrick Whiteskycloud.
Moonlight Movie Tour is back

Moonlight Movie Tour is back

Interior Savings Credit Union to sponsor movie in Clearwater on July 27

Moonlight Movie Tour is back
David Hames of the Big River Band sings Johnny Cash songs.

Photos: A burning ring of fire

David James and the Big River Band do Johnny Cash tribute at Clearwater Legion to sell-out crowd

David Hames of the Big River Band sings Johnny Cash songs.

Awards deadline extended for senior writers to June 1

Senior writers from B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Yukon are getting an extra month

Cast members of “A Bad Year for Tomatoes” take a break from rehearsal. Pictured are (l-r

“A Bad Year for Tomatoes” promises to entertain

What happens when famous TV star Myra Marlow leases a house in the tiny town of Beaver Haven

Cast members of “A Bad Year for Tomatoes” take a break from rehearsal. Pictured are (l-r