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French camp for summer

Société francophone de Maillardville, in partnership with Canadian Parents for French, Tri-Cities Chapter, will hold the 13th Maillardville-Coquitlam French summer camp from July 4 to Aug. 26.

SPOTLIGHT: Cash for young greenthumbs

CORA CASH The founder of a restaurant chain that recently opened in Coquitlam this month served up $2,689 to the Coquitlam Foundation for its investment fund.

Sign up for Fraser River trip

The Rivershed Society of BC is offering scholarships to 10 young leaders for a trip of a lifetime down the Fraser River - one of the greatest salmon rivers on Earth.

Improv for Tri-City youth starts May 31

Young people interested learning about improv comedy can participate in a new program offered through the Learning Disabilities Association Fraser North Chapter.

THINGS-TO-DO GUIDE: Fingerling Festival and more

Spring is definitely here and if the weather will cooperate, there are plenty of activities to take part in around the Tri-Cities.

Maillard middle students are 'global citizens'

Maillard middle school students applauded and cheered during a flag ceremony last week as they heard how their fundraising efforts have improved the lives of children in rural Kenya.

Wine time at Coquitlam Centre mall on Saturday

Coquitlam Centre his hosting a unique event tomorrow night 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.

Fun in the park

Port Coquitlam May Day festivities included fun in Lions Park last Sunday.

Get the jump on chinchillas at SPCA PoCo open house

Wanted: A companion for a long-term relationship. Must enjoy exercise (particularly on an exercise wheel), prefer dust baths to bubble baths and chewing sticks to cuddling. Interested? Contact: SPCA Port Coquitlam Education and Adoption Centre.

A soggy May Day in Port Coquitlam

The 88th annual Port Coquitlam May Day Festival featured a weekend full of fun, including the popular annual May Day Parade on Saturday morning, which drew crowds to downtown PoCo despite the rainy weather.
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