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Raymond's nature photos shine at PM Library

Photographer Pamela Raymond will exhibit her work among the books at Port Moody Public Library this month. The Newfoundland native moved to B.C. a decade ago and has worked in the cosmetology and computer software industries.

What's on for November

Nov. 4 to 6: Port Moody Art Association's 44th annual show and sale of original artwork, opening reception on Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.m., with shows on Nov. 5 and 6 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Port Moody recreation centre (300 Ioco Rd., Port Moody). Visit www.

Footlight sees The Wizard

Parents need not fear if they're accompanying their young children to see Footlight Theatre Company's upcoming production of The Wizard of Oz.

Months later, still blue

Those blue trees at Port Moody city hall? They're going to stay that way a bit longer. Sure, there've been a few complaints about the colour, city spokesperson Leslyn Johnson said. But, overall, "most of the feedback has been favourable.

Recital won't be 'boring': soprano

There's nothing ho-hum about the program Maria Cristina Fantini is offering at her Coquitlam recital next week.

Let's dance, invites conductor

For the Pacific Symphonic Wind Emsemble's first show of the season at the Evergreen Cultural Centre, guest conductor Tak Maeda wants the audience to sit back, close its eyes and listen to the music.

Belcarra arts community opens its doors

Adrienne Peacock is one of about 20 Belcarra artists showcasing and selling their paintings, photography, 3D media, pottery, fabric arts, woodworking and jewellery this weekend.

Arts Club on Tour brings Buddy Holly back to life

Zachary Stevenson doesn't just play legendary rock-n-roller Buddy Holly. He lives him, despite Holly's very vibrant yet tragically fleeting career and life span.

New novel for PoCo author

Port Coquitlam pastor and author Don Krause has a new book out. And he will be signing his latest novel, titled A Celestial View of My Family, on Friday at 2335 Whyte Ave., starting at 6:30 p.m.

A roaring success for PdA

Coquitlam's Place des Arts was transformed into a 1920s Chicago-style speakeasy for its gala fundraiser last Saturday.
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