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Young artist of the week: AIDAN MCKIBBEN

AIDAN MCKIBBEN, 9, QUEENSBURY ELEMENTARY Art teacher: Gerri Karr Favourite art: drawing Favourite artist: Jack Shadbolt His teacher writes: Aidan is a very gifted artist.

Young piano prodigies set WV concert date

RYAN Wang and Ray Zhang are taking a break from their busy international touring schedules to put on a concert for their hometown fans.

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Book Lover's Roundtable: Share your favourite books and add to your list of must reads Thursdays, May 30 and June 27, 3: 30-4: 30 p.m. at the West Vancouver Memorial Library, 1950 Marine Dr. Info: westvanlibrary.ca.

Banana-rama

Bananarama

Deep Cove pianist selected as Cambridge scholar

DEEP Cove's Naomi Woo was one of 51 young people from 24 countries who were recently selected as Gates Cambridge Scholars.

Pork power

Pork power

A virtual feast

Harvest Project executive director Gary Ansell invites everyone to the organization's second UnGala. Tickets to the non event fundraiser are a tax-deductible $25 and can be bought online at harvestproject.org.

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An Arts and Garden Festival will take place in central Lions Bay Sunday, May 26, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. This year's festival has six residential gardens showcasing local Lions Bay artists as well as musical performances.

Young artist of the week: Julia Duncan

JULIA DUNCAN, 9, BROOKSBANK ELEMENTARY Art teacher: Laurie Reichert Favourite art: pencil and pencil crayon Favourite artist: Vincent van Gogh Her teacher writes: Julia tackles each artwork with enthusiasm.
West Vancouver archives celebrates May Days of yesteryear

West Vancouver archives celebrates May Days of yesteryear

MAY Day celebrations were a significant community event in West Vancouver from the 1930s to the early 1970s. The first official West Vancouver May Day celebration was held on Victoria Day, May 24, 1931.