Bolts of creativity

October 26, 2018 The Goat
By Andrea Arnold We all know the rhyme about Little Miss Muffet sitting on her tuffet, but does anyone know what a tuffet is?  The members of the Robson Valley Piecemakers Quilt Guild had the […]

Solar powered songs

September 26, 2018 The Goat
by Andru McCracken Jean Frederic stopped in Valemount one Friday in front of IGA to share his music. The 22-year-old busker is from a small town north of Montreal called Laurentides (pop. 45,000). He powers […]

Seniors art class blooms

May 27, 2018 The Goat
by Andru McCracken Art instructor Aleksandra Scott showed off her students’ art work at the Dunster Schoolhouse on the Mother’s Day weekend, and one student figured prominently: Edna Monroe’s collected works took up a whole […]

Empress Theatre gets lucky

May 11, 2018 The Goat
by Matthew Wheeler McBride’s 104 year old Empress Theatre (now the Elks Hall) got Luckyville last weekend. The life-and-death drama by that name attracted audiences to five performances in the Robson Valley in recent weeks. […]

Songs by Max

February 7, 2018 The Goat
by Andru McCracken It took some doing, but Maxine Martens has released her first album called Strong Enough. It was recorded at a music studio in Grande Prairie near her home in Beaverlodge, Alberta. Martens […]

Library renos already a hit

January 15, 2018 The Goat
by Laura Keil The Valemount Public Library’s final touch on its renovations is a big red button. The accessibility lift ferries library patrons unable to do stairs to and from the newly renovated basement. Already, […]
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