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Jane Mortifee to play Port Moody for a post–Valentine's show

Jane Mortifee to play Port Moody for a post–Valentine's show

Tickets to see Jane Mortifee at the Inlet Theatre (100 Newport Dr., Port Moody) on Saturday, Feb. 18 are via eventbrite.ca. The concert starts at 7 p.m.
Tri-City acting trio cast in comedy that's the longest-running in London

Tri-City acting trio cast in comedy that's the longest-running in London

Coquitlam’s Gary Wolfowicz, Amber McMunn of Port Coquitlam and Luca Herring, a Port Moody resident, appear as Dennis, Annie and Robert in "The Play That Goes Wrong."
On Our Radar: Riddles, crafts and music to mark Lantern Festival in Coquitlam

On Our Radar: Riddles, crafts and music to mark Lantern Festival in Coquitlam

Town Centre Park is set to add Chinese lanterns to Lights at Lafarge in commemorating the end of Lunar New Year celebrations.
Asian group out with book ahead of next BC Dumpling Fest in Coquitlam

Asian group out with book ahead of next BC Dumpling Fest in Coquitlam

"The Lost Dumpling" is the brainchild of author Kirstin Hepburn and produced by the Asian Arts & Culture Society, which hosts the BC Dumpling Festival at Town Centre Park in Coquitlam.
Your Weekend: Scottish drag queen lands in Coquitlam

Your Weekend: Scottish drag queen lands in Coquitlam

Weekend events for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody for Feb. 3–5, 2023.
Centennial Secondary gets loud with 'Rock of Ages'

Centennial Secondary gets loud with 'Rock of Ages'

Coquitlam high school musical is under the direction of Grade 12 student Talia Petrescu.
Residential school drama 'Bones of Crows' to be screened in Coquitlam

Residential school drama 'Bones of Crows' to be screened in Coquitlam

Story of survival will be screened at Evergreen Cultural Centre on Monday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. This community screening is free.
Learn to write a play with Ruth Kozak in Port Coquitlam

Learn to write a play with Ruth Kozak in Port Coquitlam

The PoCo session on Saturday, Feb. 4 is the first time the Tri-City Wordsmiths has hosted a workshop for aspiring playwrights.
Tri-City author makes quick pitch at the JCC Jewish Book Fest

Tri-City author makes quick pitch at the JCC Jewish Book Fest

Karen McKinlay Kurnaedy wrote "Our Love Affair with Dance," a biography about early modern dance in Vancouver. She'll be at the JCC Jewish Book Festival, which opens Feb. 11 with a talk from Gabor Maté.
March sisters come to life at this Port Coquitlam high school

March sisters come to life at this Port Coquitlam high school

Port Coquitlam's Riverside Secondary School switched the genders for Professor Bhaer in "Little Women - The Musical." The production opens Feb. 2, 2023.
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