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Boost your brain: Sing with this Port Coquitlam choir next year

Boost your brain: Sing with this Port Coquitlam choir next year

Calling sopranos, altos, tenors and basses: Choral Connections is looking for new singers for 2024.
Here, there and everywhere: Coquitlam's history also lies outside its borders

Here, there and everywhere: Coquitlam's history also lies outside its borders

Titled "Coquitlam in Other Archives," the online display takes a look at where to find information about former and current residents and homes.
'Twas the Week Before Christmas: The feathers of tradition

'Twas the Week Before Christmas: The feathers of tradition

The third story in our holiday series, 'Twas the Week Before Christmas, is by Port Moody writer Ashney Rebello.
'Twas the Week Before Christmas: The Red Scarf

'Twas the Week Before Christmas: The Red Scarf

The second story in our holiday series, 'Twas the Week Before Christmas, is by Coquitlam writer Danielle Bauer.
Coquitlam actor says farewell to 'Letterkenny' character Stewart

Coquitlam actor says farewell to 'Letterkenny' character Stewart

Tyler Johnston, a Pinetree Secondary graduate, was one of the original cast members of "Letterkenny"; the final season drops on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, 2023.
'Twas the Week Before Christmas: Hope for Hanukkah

'Twas the Week Before Christmas: Hope for Hanukkah

Our first story in our holiday series, 'Twas the Week Before Christmas, is by Port Moody writer Tracey Schaeffer.
Experimental art party in Port Moody honours Fluxus movement

Experimental art party in Port Moody honours Fluxus movement

Immerse yourself in art — and wish ART a happy birthday — at an all-ages party at Site B in Port Moody on Jan. 17, 2024.
Port Moody boosts community grants program to help artists, heritage groups

Port Moody boosts community grants program to help artists, heritage groups

Port Moody is offering $35,000 to local organizations, artists, and culture and heritage groups.
Province injects $90K into Coquitlam's Festival du Bois

Province injects $90K into Coquitlam's Festival du Bois

More than one dozen groups in the Tri-Cities will get gaming grants for their arts and cultural programs.
No elf on the shelf for this Coquitlam comedy 'competition'

No elf on the shelf for this Coquitlam comedy 'competition'

Coquitlam native Michael Teigen will join The Comedy Department for "Holiday Comedy Rumble: Every Elf for Themself" at the Evergreen Cultural Centre.