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Fight MS with laughs

Port Coquitlam's Second Storey Theatre is joining the fight against multiple sclerosis by presenting End MS April and joining the MS Walk on April 29.

Gather round for a Yarilo fundraiser

Join the Yarilo Music Society for a fundraising feast and sign up for your 2012 concert memberships this Sunday.

Fibre art retro show at Leigh Square

The Leigh Square Community Arts Village is showcasing the work of a multimedia artist this month. The retrospective exhibition of work by Donna Polos displays the development of her unique style over the past 20 years.

Easter art for the kids

Leigh Square Community Arts Village is hosting a children's Easter arts celebration this Saturday, April 7 from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.

Art for all at Evergreen

Artist Judith M. Atkinson is offering a new line-up of art classes for all ages at the Evergreen Cultural Centre on Mondays from April 16 to June 11.

Locals put on Sunday Best for RCMT's Hello Dolly

Nathan Sartore may only be 15 years old, but already he's racking up an impressive list of musical theatre credits.

Artists find symmetry in ceramics

Ceramic artists Eliza Au and Ying-Yueh Chuang are transforming the Evergreen Cultural Centre art gallery into a world where structure and symmetry, pattern and proportion define their art work while challenging the boundaries of their medium.

Kwantlen students hope to fashion a career

They are as different as day and night but two grads from Kwantlen Polytechnic University both share a passion for fashion and are willing to work hard for their futures.

Port Coquitlam home site of Crazy8s filming

Crazy8s is an annual Vancouver-area short film competition in which dozens of aspiring filmmakers pitch their short film idea and just six will get $800 and eight days to make that idea a reality.

Artists explore nature at Place des Arts

Place des Arts is exploring nature in three upcoming exhibits, with each artist using a different medium to showcase unique ways of viewing the environment around us. Lone is Vancouver-based photographer John Lee's exhibit of mainly landscape photos.
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