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A GOOD READ: Hooray for Bollywood in books, music & more

By Teresa Rehman The Tri-City News The idea for this article came to me when I saw four brand new Bollywood biographies on our new books shelf: Bonding, A Memoir by Vyjayantimala Bali, traces the life of this beautiful and brilliant Bharat Natyam dan

Kids ride transit for free soon

School children can learn about the benefits of taking public transit for free during International Walk to School Week. From Oct.

There's homework help through Fox library and FVRL

Going back to school can be stressful but Fraser Valley Regional Library (FVRL) can help ease the transition for students with free programs and services. In the Tri-Cities, Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox Library is part of FVRL.

You're appreciated at Terry Fox Library

Library patrons will get a treat during Customer Appreciation Day tomorrow (Saturday) at Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox Library. Staff will welcome customers with a big thank you between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Eagle Ridge pool transformed for filming

Coquitlam's Eagle Ridge Pool was recently transformed into a country club pool for scenes being filmed for the movie Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days .

Coquitlam connection for an historic return

Five Coquitlam residents travelled to B.C.'s Central Coast recently to witness a rare reburial of Aboriginal human remains that were excavated more than three decades ago.

Dance class at Dogwood

If you would like to start a new routine and dance is something you've been thinking about, then Dogwood Pavilion, a city of Coquitlam recreation facility for people 50 and older, has programs for you starting this fall.

Farming fanatics

An unusually warm and sunny September has resulted in a bounty of produce and an influx of shoppers to Coquitlam's farmers markets.

Get dirty and get inspired

The city of Coquitlam's Inspiration Garden is an educational, teaching garden on the corner of Pipeline Road and Guildford Way, at the southeast corner of Town Centre Park.

That heirloom may be valuable

Is the old piece of furniture sitting in your attic a valuable vintage artifact or a dusty piece of junk? That is the question many people will be asking at the Port Coquitlam Heritage and Cultural Society's Antiques Roadshow event at Leigh Square th
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