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THINGS-TO-DO GUIDE: Friendly fire fundraiser

Friday, May 6 FILM JUSTICE Port Coquitlam's Trinity United Church is hosting the Social Justice Film Festival beginning today at 7 p.m. in the church (2211 Prairie Ave., Port Coquitlam). Showing Friday is Inside Job at 7 p.m.

Hancock will talk about bald eagles at Burke meeting Tuesday

At the next meeting of the Burke Mountain Naturalists (BMN), the guest speaker will be David Hancock, who has set up remote cameras at several bald eagle nest sites, including one in Port Moody.

SPOTLIGHT: Money for arts camp, Williams' Moving honoured

The Williams family and its Coquitlam moving and storage employees last week won an accolade for its charity work.

Sip, savour & Unwined at May 14 fundraiser

Coquitlam Centre his hosting a unique event in support of the Douglas College Foundation and Coquitlam Foundation to raise funds for local students. Unwined: Sip, Savour & Mingle runs from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 14 at the mall.

Three routes for cancer research

The Coquitlam Principals' and Vice-Principals' Association is holding its 10th annual In Motion run for cancer research on Sunday, May 15.

They took a hike for a cause

The trails around Hyde Creek rec centre in Port Coquitlam were busy Sunday morning as the site of the ninth annual Hike for Hospice, which raised money for and awareness of end-of-life services.

Kids can learn about animals at summer camps

If you would like your child to learn about animals, you can sign them up for the BC SPCA summer camps being held at the association's Port Coquitlam Education and Adoption Centre.

Skateboard jam kicks off Youth Week in Tri-Cities

Port Coquitlam will kicking off seven days of events with the RailSide Skateboard Jam at Lions Park as Youth Week gets underway on Sunday. The event takes place between noon and 4 p.m.

Specialist on gifted children hosts discussion in Coquitlam

Fast-Brained Kids of Coquitlam, a support group for parents of gifted children, is hosting a special presentation by a well-known expert in the field of gifted education. P.

Moody middle's drum class? You can't beat it

Moody middle school students are learning that a drum is not an inanimate object but a living thing that needs to be treated with respect - and even hugged to keep warm.