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Making music matters to Minnekhada kids

For a few moments, the noise is deafening. Ryley Huber is pounding out a beat on the drum kit. Jessie Wong and Anne Hung are playing clips from their dance video. And other students are chatting or noodling about on assorted instruments.

Port Moody green group will honour volunteers

To celebrate its 20th anniversary and National Volunteer week, the Port Moody Ecological Society will be holding an event to honour its volunteers this Saturday, April 9. The event will be held at 9:30 a.m.

Dance and help at the mall

The art of belly dancing will be front and centre May 1 at Coquitlam Centre mall when Confidance and the International Bellydance Academy host a "shimmy mob" to raise funds for Tri-City Transitions, a local resource centre that helps women and childr

April 11 fundraiser to benefit variety of Tri-City groups

The Coquitlam branch of the Canadian Federation of University Women will host a fundraiser at the John B. Pub next week. The money collected from the April 11 event, which starts at 6 p.m.

SPOTLIGHT: Money for RCH, realtors honoured

A realtor who manages the Macdonald Realty offices in Coquitlam and Maple Ridge was praised last month by his peers.

Art, qigong and more at Glen Pine Pavilion

Glen Pine Pavilion features arts instruction, wellness information and a little bit of dancing this month.

Port Moody hosts bear information talk

Find out more about bears at a local presentation. A bear talk is set for 7 p.m. April 27 in the Inlet Theatre at Port Moody city hall. Christine Miller of the North Shore Black Bear Network will speak. Free admission.

THINGS-TO-DO GUIDE: Putting art on the map

Don't be "fooled" by the April showers, there's more than enough going on around the Tri-Cities this weekend to keep you entertained.

Only two more winter markets in Port Moody

You have just two more chances to shop at the Port Moody Farmers Market this spring and one is this weekend. And on Sunday, it's all about the Birds and the Bees at the market, which is held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the PoMo rec complex.

They're awake. Now, what?

They're awake and crawling out of their dens looking for food, any food: the tender green shoots of plants reaching for the warm spring sun as well as bugs, bark and carcasses of animals that didn't make it through the winter. And garbage.
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