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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.

Review a book, CD or DVD for Coquitlam library blog

Two years and more than 15,000 visits later, Coquitlam Public Library's book review blog IWasToldThere'dBeCake, continues to serve up tasty book reviews.

Real-life bucket list leads pair to Kilimanjaro

R ic Tesan and Mike Hirata lead lives many would envy. The Coquitlam men are healthy, retired and travelling the world with their friends, ticking items off their bucket lists.

Storytimes now Mondays at Port Moody library

Port Moody Public Library's popular pre-school storytime is moving to Mondays. The sessions are for children aged 18 months to five years of age and their parent or caregiver.

Swap meet for a good cause at Fox this weekend

Terry Fox students have a heart and it's as big as the whole wide world. For as long as anyone at the school can remember, graduating students have been raising funds for special causes through their legacy project.

Mundy mudthudding starts Saturday in Coquitlam

Well, there may be plenty of mud... Starting May 5, a new season of Mundy Mudthudders' informal walking group will be held Saturday mornings.

'Hate speech' topic of Philosopher's Cafe in PoCo

What do you think about hate speech and the Criminal Code? SFU Philosopher's Cafe tackles that subject this month at its session in Port Coquitlam, priming the topic with this statement: "The hate speech prohibitions in Canada's criminal code are com

Lace up those shoes for the Hike for Hospice

It's spring for the Roberts family and that can mean only one thing, it's time to get ready for the annual Hike for Hospice to support the Crossroads Hospice Society and its programs.

Fun events for kids during Youth Week 2012

The enthusiasm, talents and energy of Tri-City youth will be showcased next week during Youth Week. In Port Coquitlam, for example, seven low-cost or no-cost events are planned for young people over seven days beginning May 1.
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