Jennifer Blyth

Nutcracker visits the shops of Oak Bay village in advance of his performance with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Dec. 2 to 4 at the Royal Theatre. Enter to win tickets to the Nutcracker ballet and a host of other prizes through Nov. 26.

Nutcracker seeks love lessons in Oak Bay village

Follow daily clues to locate the Nutcracker in the Oak Bay village

Nutcracker visits the shops of Oak Bay village in advance of his performance with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Dec. 2 to 4 at the Royal Theatre. Enter to win tickets to the Nutcracker ballet and a host of other prizes through Nov. 26.
Oak Bay’s Julie Helms aims to connect neighbours through her Oak Bay Local website

Go local in Oak Bay with new website

Community-based website offers ways to connect neighbours

Oak Bay’s Julie Helms aims to connect neighbours through her Oak Bay Local website

Oak Bay Friends donate funds to aid refugees

Friends of Hampshire House group offers funds collected to support housing needs

Saanich Braves goalie Connor McKillop blocks Burnaby Winter Club’s Ryan Riggs from scoring in a hard-fought tie Saturday at UVic’s Ian Stewart rink. McKillop earned a shutout in the Braves’ 1-0 overtime win over Burnaby in a gold-medal re-match Sunday.

Home team golden in Midget Classic

Saanich Braves Midget Tier 1 wins memorial hockey tournament

Saanich Braves goalie Connor McKillop blocks Burnaby Winter Club’s Ryan Riggs from scoring in a hard-fought tie Saturday at UVic’s Ian Stewart rink. McKillop earned a shutout in the Braves’ 1-0 overtime win over Burnaby in a gold-medal re-match Sunday.
école Willows Elementary principal Wendy Holob holds a plaque featuring the names of former Willows students who died during the Second World War. The plaque was presented during the school’s Remembrance Day services Thursday.

Willows honours school’s Second World War dead

Oak Bay elementary school recognizes former students killed in the Second World War

école Willows Elementary principal Wendy Holob holds a plaque featuring the names of former Willows students who died during the Second World War. The plaque was presented during the school’s Remembrance Day services Thursday.
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Fitzgerald family entertains with fiddles and fancy footwork

Concert comes to the Dave Dunnet Community Theatre Saturday, Nov. 19

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Oak Bay author David Leach hosts a double-book launch tonight (Wednesday

Oak Bay authors host joint book launch

Husband-and-wife authors David Leach and Jenny Manzer launch new books at Open Space Gallery Nov. 16

Oak Bay author David Leach hosts a double-book launch tonight (Wednesday
Oak Bay High’s senior advanced men’s pair of Kai Leong

Rowers honoured for overall success

Oak Bay wins Efficiency Trophy during Elk Lake meet

Oak Bay High’s senior advanced men’s pair of Kai Leong
Oak Bay’s Tyler Dozzi is first across the finish line to claim the senior boys’ title at the B.C. high school cross-country championships Saturday in West Kelowna.

Oak Bay boys tops among BC runners

Junior and senior boys earn first-place finish at provincial cross-country championships

Oak Bay’s Tyler Dozzi is first across the finish line to claim the senior boys’ title at the B.C. high school cross-country championships Saturday in West Kelowna.
Oak Bay Kiwanian Janet Morningstar with this year’s Christmas cake.

Kiwanis Christmas cake sales start Saturday

Sales begin Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Willows Tea Room from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Oak Bay Kiwanian Janet Morningstar with this year’s Christmas cake.
Author Kit Pearson and Piper

New youth book book blends fact, fiction and friendship

Kit Pearson's A Day of Signs and Wonders explores one day in the childhood of Emily Carr and Kitty O'Reilly

Author Kit Pearson and Piper
Costume designer Graham McGonagle and director Fran Gebhard display some of the costumes for the coming production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Wit, society and seduction create dangerous liaisons

Les Liaisons Dangereuses runs Nov. 10 to 26 at UVic’s Phoenix Theatre

Costume designer Graham McGonagle and director Fran Gebhard display some of the costumes for the coming production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses
Blu Smith’s The Mirror Smiles Back is part of Rage

At the Galleries for November

Galleries welcome winter with a host of new exhibits

Blu Smith’s The Mirror Smiles Back is part of Rage

New community group comes to North Oak Bay

Group invites neighbours to Emmanuel Baptist Church Saturday, Nov. 5

Bill Okell

Water, water everywhere … solving the moisture challenge

Determining the source of moisture troubles in the home is essential to finding a solution

Bill Okell
Tireless volunteer Janet Morningstar is the 2015-16 Kiwanian of the Year for the Kiwanis Club of Oak Bay.

Volunteer named Kiwanian of the Year

From hot dog sales to event planning, Janet Morningstar lends her time and talents to the community

Tireless volunteer Janet Morningstar is the 2015-16 Kiwanian of the Year for the Kiwanis Club of Oak Bay.

Urban Forest Strategy draft presented Thursday

Public presentation runs from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20 in the Oak Bay Rec Centre's Upper Lounge

55+ BC Games 800-metre gold medalist Howard Pole

Oak Bay seniors strike gold at 55+ BC Games

Oak Bay athletes bring home multiple medals from 55+ Games

55+ BC Games 800-metre gold medalist Howard Pole
Longtime Oak Bay Tea Party Society chair Bill Murphy-Dyson and Mayor Nils Jensen hang a framed collection of photos reflecting decades of the Tea Party

Dressed for Oak Bay Tea Party success: volunteer earns thanks for years of work

Longtime Oak Bay Tea Party Society chair Bill Murphy-Dyson receives special memento for his years of service

Longtime Oak Bay Tea Party Society chair Bill Murphy-Dyson and Mayor Nils Jensen hang a framed collection of photos reflecting decades of the Tea Party
Samuel Maclure

Oak Bay Heritage talk explores Maclure’s lasting legacy

Historian and planner Jim Wolf explores architect Samuel Maclure – the man and his legacy, Oct. 19 at Windsor Park Pavilion

Samuel Maclure