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Get info on sleep and your baby

Baby's First Year continues is a popular program at Coquitlam's Place Maillardville community centre, offering information for parents of newborns.

Auxiliary bazaar to aid Eagle Ridge Hospital

Holiday season celebrations are underway at Eagle Ridge Hospital thanks to the Eagle Ridge Hospital Auxiliary volunteers.

PoCo women get naked for a cause

It took courage and guts, and now the naked Birds of McAllister are pin-up girls for 2012.

By ticket to Unwrapped, shop and help charities

Christmas is just around the corner and to help you wrap up your shopping season is Unwrapped - A Charitable Night of Shopping. On Tuesday, Nov. 22 from 7 to 10:30 p.m.

New immigrants can get job info

Are you a newcomer to Canada? Are you interested in connecting your skills to the Canadian workplace? Immigrant Services Society of BC (ISSBC) and Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox Library are hosting a session next week on Skills Connect for Immigrants.

Bring your pets for a pic with Santa

You can capture a special moment of you and your special pet with Santa while helping raise funds for needy animals in the Tri-Cities.

Bingo and more at PoCo Legion

Port Coquitlam's Royal Canadian Legion branch has a number of activities coming up, including: Nov. 18: Meat draws start at 4:30 p.m. along with 50/50 ticket sales. Nov. 19: Free bingo takes place at 1 p.m. Nov. 21: Drop-in darts starts at 7:30 p.m.

Get the goods on B.C.'s Cariboo gold rush

You can travel back in time to the Gold Rush Days along the Cariboo Wagon Road with historian John Mitchell next week at Terry Fox Library. On Nov.

Sticks and balls, bottles and cans - for a cow

It is not uncommon for sports organizations to raise money to buy themselves new uniforms or to cover tournament travel costs. But a Coquitlam lacrosse team has a different goal in its fundraising.

Pro-D day camp & karaoke night at Pinetree

Coquitlam's Pinetree community centre is hosting a day camp - a pro-D day camp, that is - on Monday. Parents can drop off children six to 10 years of age at the centre for a camp that runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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