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Celebrate Mom in the sun

This weekend promises to be positively glorious. With the warm sun shining, there's no shortage of ways to enjoy a couple days off with family and friends.

Terry Fox book sale on May 12

Book sale Saturday It's time to stock up on summer reading material at Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox Library.

SPOTLIGHT: McHappy mayors serve up

GOOD WORK Staff at Coquitlam Public Library have checked in a national accolade - and $500 - for their service to seniors. The Canadian Library Association announced CPL as the recipient of the prestigious W.

Share drug education series runs through June

Share Family and Community Services' alcohol and drug program is hosting a free education series that is open to Tri-City residents and has important information for those who have an alcohol or drug problem or for those concerned about their use.

Are you ready for an emergency? PoCo courses can help

With Emergency Preparedness Week underway, the city of Port Coquitlam is reminding residents that it offers a series of free one-day courses throughout the year to help prepare people for a disaster.

Crossroads Hospice Society looking for board members

Crossroads Hospice Society has long been a leader in providing compassionate support to terminally ill individuals and their loved ones in the Tri-Cities. And it needs help.

Teen volunteers in Port Moody to teach adults about computers

This summer, youths 16 and older can earn volunteer hours in the Port Moody Public Library's new Tech Café program. PMPL is looking for friendly, patient teens who are willing to help adults explore a variety of computer topics.

THINGS TO DO: Spring gardening fling

With so much spring in the air the great outdoors are beckoning. Lucky for you, there's plenty of family friendly activities and events to choose from this weekend.

SPOTLIGHT: Ballet awards and Cannes Film Festival

TRES BIEN A young ballerina studying at Coquitlam's Place des Arts is twirling in more awards for her dance.

Hoooo can be hurt by poison? Barn owls

At the May 8 meeting of the Burke Mountain Naturalists , owl expert Sofi Hindmarch will give a slide presentation on the habits, habitats and status of the local population of barn owls.
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