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Lots of interest for ArtWalk

A total of 55 Tri-City artists showed their work this past weekend during the 12th annual ArtWalk in Port Moody.

Sadler shines at dance fest

Samantha Sadler of Coquitlam's danceLAB recently competed in the Surrey Dance Festival. Sadler has been accepted to the summer intensive classes at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City. The festival ends tomorrow.

Don't be shy about old-time music

Glen Pine Live presents Twice Shy on April 29 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Twice Shy will deliver the spirit of the 1950s and '60s.

Seventh exhibit for students of master potter

Ren Shieh remembers the moment his life turned to pottery. He was working at Henderson Centre in Coquitlam when he happened to pass by Clay Junghong Kim's ceramic pieces.

Folk singer at ECC

Canadian folk and roots singer/songwriter James Keelaghan will entertain at Coquitlam's Evergreen Cultural Centre this Sunday. The Winnipeg-based performer will play at 8 p.m.

Prism shines for Spike fundraiser

A Canadian band from the 1970s and 80s will rock Port Moody's Inlet Theatre this Saturday to raise money for the upcoming Golden Spike Days Festival.

An afternoon with ArtWalk

Maria Marcinek may take days - or even weeks - looking over nature pictures she and her husband snapped while hiking around the Tri-Cities or other Metro Vancouver parks, and making sketches from them.

World peace through song

Coquitlam's James Khoo believes everybody could use some 'Love, Peace and Harmony' in a world persistently being torn up emotionally by political strife, war rage and natural disasters. An he has an idea how to achieve it: Sing.

ArtWalk work at PMPL this month

Tri-City artists featured in the upcoming ArtsConnect ArtWalk will have some of their pieces on display at the Port Moody Public Library this month.

Irish dancer is off to the Emerald Isle for Worlds

Even as a toddler, Jessica Arthur knew what she wanted. And her sister was the first to see her younger sibling's determination: at 18 months old, Arthur was glued to the television set when the Irish dancers in Riverdance performed.
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