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THINGS TO DO GUIDE: Ballet, hockey and music

Both sun and rain are predicted this weekend so, luckily, if the showers hit, there are plenty of indoor events and activities to enjoy in the Tri-Cities. TODAY: Friday, Feb.

Nominations needed for Diamond Jubilee medals

Tri-City residents wanting to nominate an outstanding community person for a Diamond Jubilee medal can now offer recommendations to local MPs James Moore and Fin Donnelly.

Enchantment Project aims to give grads in need dresses and more

High school graduation is often fraught with anxiety - and concerns are not always about marks. Dozens of Tri-City high school students approaching this important milestone are wondering how they can afford to get gussied up for their big day.

Eat and be entertained at Share's Imagine! fundraising event

Calling all foodies: You can cast your vote for your favourite dessert or tapas at Share 's annual gala Imagine! set for March 3 in the Red Robinson Show Theatre in Coquitlam's Boulevard Casino .

BOOKS PLUS: Holds on hold at Coquitlam library

The following events are happening at local libraries.

Wanted: Tri-Cities' used sports equipment

Outfitting a kid with hockey equipment can be a pricey undertaking but luckily for local hockey parents help is on the way. KidSport Tri-Cities will be hosting its annual spring used equipment sale on Feb.

PoCo children interested in May Day royal party can apply

Do your children want to take a lead role in Port Coquitlam's 89th annual May Day celebrations? The City of Port Coquitlam is accepting applications for the traditional May Day Royal Party until Feb. 10.

PoCo Heritage holds wine tasting fundraiser

Port Coquitlam wine tasters will get a chance to mingle with their neighbours and fellow community members at a fundraising event for the PoCo Heritage and Cultural Society this month.

Discover the Port Metro Vancouver

Port Metro Vancouver , extending from Point Roberts to the Fraser Valley, is a neighbour to 16 municipalities in the Lower Mainland.

Adults welcome

Glen Pine Pavilion is now open for programs and activities on Thursday evenings. Adults - not just the 50 plus pavilion members - are welcome to participate in all that is being offered.