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Beads galore

Colourful baubles and bangles can be seen in Coquitlam this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the largest bead sale in Western Canada.

Opening reception on Monday for Leigh exhibit

Artists Chris Collacott and Meg Lee have joined Lawrence McDonald and Langara College students from the Design Formation Program for an exhibit titled What is Art? An Exploration of Meaning, which runs until April 11 at Port Coquitlam's Leigh Square

In focus for spring break

Miranda Andersen isn't like other children. The Belcarra girl talks in clear and concise sentences. She respects her elders and the environment.

Last chance for coffee concert in PoCo

The sounds of Hawaiian, calypso, reggae, soul, gospel, R&B and jazz music will fill Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox Theatre next week at the city's last performance of the 12th annual Sunday Coffee Concerts.

Paint with a pro

Professional artist Judith M. Atkinson will lead students in painting, drawing and mixed media classes this spring at Coquitlam's Evergreen Cultural Centre.

Piano concert at Fatima

Classic works by Bach, Beethoven and Chopin will fill Coquitlam's Our Lady of Fatima Church on Saturday as part of a benefit to send young parishioners to Spain this summer.

Come on down! The Price is Right Live in town

The Canadian premiere of The Price is Right Live! will be at the Red Robinson Show Theatre in May.

Gold leaf, metallics and resin

It's been a whirlwind seven months for Linzy Arnott. Since the Maple Ridge resident got married last August in Port Moody, she's been painting furiously for three solo exhibitions this winter.

The quest for the Golden Brush

How does a visual artist get from a conceptual stage to a completed work? Better yet, how do three artists finish a canvas in less than 90 minutes? That, in a nutshell, is the basis of the Golden Brush painting competition, the third of which takes p

Tot shows during spring break at ECC

Parents of pre-schoolers and young children can be entertained during spring break with Theatre Bagger's presentation of The Little Old Man at the Evergreen Cultural Centre.
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