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Get well at healthy Port Moody event April 2

Most people agree they want to live better and improve their health. But finding the best solutions to fitness and health can be a challenge.

Dealing with dying focus of Tri-City workshop

Tri-City residents facing the death of a loved one can now benefit from a six-session workshop called Making Dying Liveable, which concludes with a presentation from John Izzo, world renowned bestselling author of The Five Secrets You Must Discover B

PoCo's Leigh Square needs some new friends

The Leigh Square Community Arts Village is seeking nominations for board members on the Friends of Leigh Square Society.

Thud the mud at Mundy Park starting April 2

When spring comes to Mundy Park, it's time to hit the mud. Starting Saturday, April 2, a new season of Mundy Mudthudders' informal walking group will be held Saturday mornings in the Coquitlam park.

Tri-City Transitions has kids' classes

Tri-City Transitions Society will present a pair of free classes - one for kids, one for parents, both beginning in April - as part of its Children Who Witness Abuse (CWWA) program: Lion Tamers, an anger management group for children seven to nine ye

Heritage Woods students produce baked good

Patients and visitors checking into Eagle Ridge Hospital are seeing some fresh faces - along with fresh baking - thanks to a unique partnership between the ERH Auxiliary and Heritage Woods secondary school.

Money education for immigrants

Are you an immigrant who wants to know how to: reduce your banking costs; build a credit history; gain control over your financial future; and grow your money? Money Skills for Immigrants is offered by Tri-City Transitions and is designed for partici

Want help, in PoCo, with your taxes?

Income tax time is in full swing and Port Coquitlam's Wilson Centre is offering free income tax preparation for low-income individuals ($20,000 or lower annual income) and couples ($35,000 or less household income).

Learning Disabilities Association offers courses

The Family Resource Centre run by the Learning Disabilities Association North Branch is registering for programs for children, including a support group for siblings of children with special needs.

Learn about planters at Terry Fox Library

You can embrace the start of spring by learning to make your own succulent and alpine planters - with a little help from a local gardener and Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox Library.