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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.

Preparing for annual plant sale

The Dogwood Garden Club is getting ready for the annual sale next week. The group's members are selling annuals, perennials, tomatoes and hanging baskets from their gardens at the fundraiser, which runs 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

THINGS-TO-DO GUIDE: May Day's back for 88th year

The May Day Festival is here and with it comes a new month of arts and cultural events around the Tri-Cities.

Treat mom to brunch at Sasamat Outdoor Centre

You can treat your mom to a special brunch and some outdoors activity next week. Sasamat Outdoor Centre is hosting a Mother's Day brunch on May 8. Cost is $20 per person for adults and children over five years (children under five eat for free).

Como Watershed Group starts fresh

A non-profit group whose mandate is to take care of Coquitlam's Como Creek watershed is on a new path after being stuck in the mud for two years.
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