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A Sculptural History

December 3, 2011 The Goat
Margaret McKirdy’s intriguing sculptures of valley pioneers is the subject of a new book. McKirdy began making sculptures several decades ago using clay from Tete-Jaune, molding recognizable people she knew from her everyday life – […]

Valemount Idol 2011

November 5, 2011 The Goat
On Nov. 4th, Valemount hosted its 3rd annual Valemount Idol at the Community Theatre. Locals crammed in to watch an exceptional slate of local talent. Singers, musicians and dancers took their turn on stage. The […]

McBride Heritage Festival 2011

September 21, 2011 The Goat
After a one year hiatus the new version of the Fall Fair was unveiled to an enthusiastic audience last weekend. With the focus on participation and ensuring that no one was excluded by cost factors, […]

Life through ice

July 16, 2011 The Goat
McBride photographer Matthew Wheeler is touring a series of prints he made using a lens made of ice. The show starts at the Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George this week as part of a […]

Local writer nominated for BC Book Award

March 15, 2011 The Goat
It’s a story of friendship between Slim and Tomizou during the Great Depression, and it’s caught the eye of judges for the 2011 BC Book Awards. Valemount resident Seiji Hiroe’s self-published children’s book The Cowboy […]
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Musicians fill the Valley

November 24, 2010 The Goat
Nov. 26- Maria in the Shower Maria in the Shower, a four-piece band from East Vancouver, will be playing at the Dunster Fine Arts School on Nov. 26, as part of a fundraiser for the […]
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Local film fest?

October 14, 2010 The Goat
Earlier this week, VCTV station manager Andru McCracken arrived back in Valemount after an intense two weeks at the Gulf Islands Film and Television School (GIFTS) on Galiano Island, B.C. It was an important step […]
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Instrument makers in the valley

August 22, 2010 The Goat
Larry Stamm’s workshop is where the music happens.   Actually most of the sounds are not very musical: mostly it’s chiselling, band sawing, and torching.   “It all starts with a chunk of wood,” Stamm […]
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