The award-winning singer will play alongside Tim Littlemore
Shari Ulrich might live on sleepy Bowen Island, but she still keeps extremely busy. The Juno-award winning singer and songwriter plays solo, as a trio with her daughter, Julia Graff, and family friend Ted Littlemore, and as part of a bluegrass band, The High Bar Gang, to name just a few of her recent projects.
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The Whistler Arts Council held its largest-ever exhibit opening last week when it transformed Scotia Creek Gallery into a rustic ski cabin for the Out of Bounds: Tales from the Backcountry launch. The show features two concurrent contests running through October with backcountry photographs from top name action sports photographers and Prior's topsheet art competition.
The shows are running until the end of June at the Brackendale Art Gallery
For the final production of their 20th season Squamish's Between Shifts Theatre looked to locals for scripts. Their All Canadian One-Acts show will feature two scripts from Whistler playwright Karen McLeod, burgeoning Squamish writer Jacob Bakes (who's just 16-years-old), Troy Dawson, also from Squamish, and lone Ontarian David Craig.