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Land & Sea: local artists depict the power of the natural world in landscape exhibit

Two starkly different landscapes will share an exhibition at Abbotsford’s Kariton Art Gallery until November 15, 2016. Held by the Abbotsford Arts Council, Land & Sea showcases work from local artists Nicola Tibbetts and Rosalie Luymes. Both artists depict realist landscapes: muted northern features in oil from Tibbetts, and lively coastal in acrylic from Luymes….

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Curly Kale Eatery is all local

By Sasha Moedt When Curly Kale Eatery chef Mike Slanzi was given notice by city officials to leave his location at Chilliwack’s The Local Harvest Market, it was a scramble. “The building wasn’t built to commercial code, so the city came down on them,” Slanzi explained. He’d worked in that space for nearly a year…

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Stories at the core: Two gurdwara exhibits explore new interpretations of scripture and history

Evolving Interpretations: Sikhism and Women is the eighth official exhibit since the Sikh Heritage Museum opened in 2011, and will be open for viewing for the remainder of the year. The exhibit is unique because it is located underneath a fully function­ing gurdwara. Opened in 1911, the Gur Sikh Temple on South Fraser Way in…

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Twilight detour through Yarrow yields new market splendours

Yarrow is a little pocket of a community, right between the sprawling green of Chilliwack farms and the vivid, touristy Cultus Lake area. Between the beauty and function of each, Yarrow has grown into an artistic and alternative village.

A market in such a place seemed obvious, but this is the first year that Yarrow has hosted one: the Yarrow Twilight Art and Farm Market. Located off Yarrow Central Road in Yarrow Pioneer Park, the market displays an array of vendors, from Greendale Produce and Baking to Cariboo Candle Holders.

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