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Harrison Festival Society unveils further summer lineup

Children’s concert, drum making on deck for July 15 and 18

Return of the Jedi – and the Chilliwack Cultural Centre art gallery

The O’Connor Group Art Gallery re-opens today with Chris Woods’ Star Wars themed paintings

Chilliwack band Joanie Loves Chachi releases new album, already an award-winner

The local punk rock band’s new album ‘My Brother’s Karate’ available as digital download

Grace-land for a day: 90-year-old celebrates milestone birthday with ‘Elvis’

Dozens of guests attended at a distance, listened to old-time rock n’ roll

Bonnie Northgraves to perform in Chilliwack following jazz fest cancellation

Bozzini’s will be bringing the Chilliwack born-and-raised musician to its intimate lounge

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Chilliwack film fest founder waives entry fees for Black, Asian and minority ethnic filmmakers

The Chilliwack Independent Film Festival is the first film festival in B.C. to make the move

Chilliwack author pens memoir of her dad, releases book for Father’s Day

Faye Paris’s book ‘OX Daddy ox’ shares memories of her father from a child’s point of view

PHOTOS: Outdoor evening exhibition lights up Chilliwack artist’s property

Sylvie Roussel-Janssens held art show outside own home featuring her 3-D light sculptures

New book details 1893 murder in Abbotsford and 2 trials that followed

Farmer John Marshall was found dead on his Sumas Prairie property

  • May 25, 2020

Chilliwack vocal ensemble records song as a ‘gift from the world, to the world’

A total of 48 singers came together to record ‘Ubi Caritas’ with vocal group Belle Voci

Chilliwack musician launches two-song album to raise money for mental health

Funds from Ted Kim’s EP ‘At Home’ will go towards the Canadian Mental Health Association

Chilliwack children install outdoor art exhibition at Yarrow Pioneer Park

About 42 self portraits are currently hanging from the playground structures at the park

UFV employees hand out arts-and-craft kits to Chilliwack families during COVID-19 pandemic

The kits feature painting messages of support on rocks, making thank-you cards for essential workers

Chilliwack musician releases new song to raise money for music therapy charity

Kellen Saip’s song ‘We’re All In This Together’ will bring in funds for Music Heals

‘Artists in Isolation’ album puts much-needed money in Fraser Valley musicians’ pockets

‘Here’s your chance to support multiple artists with one purchase,’ says Chilliwack record producer

Seniors celebrate early Mother’s Day with their families and Elvis in Chilliwack

Physical distancing didn’t stop senior mothers from dancing and celebrating with loved ones

VIDEO: Chilliwack youth earn top prizes in COVID-19 art contest

Contest was open to all Indigenous youth in the province

Chilliwack magician joins other world-class entertainers to help animals in need

Chris Funk will be appearing on a live magic show to help raise money for shelter animals