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Festival du Bois' musicians grateful 'for the opportunity to perform' during pandemic

Festival du Bois' musicians grateful 'for the opportunity to perform' during pandemic

Festival du Bois, the annual Coquitlam fete celebrating French and French-Canadian music, runs until April 30 online.
Upcycling then for the war, now for the planet

Upcycling then for the war, now for the planet

The Coquitlam Heritage Society has a month-long exhibit at the Poirier library branch about upcycling over the years.
How Pro-Rec laid the groundwork for Coquitlam gymnasts

How Pro-Rec laid the groundwork for Coquitlam gymnasts

From Pro-Rec to Professional: The Surprising History of Gymnastics in Coquitlam runs until November at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex in Coquitlam.
Photographer with Coquitlam roots finds light, peace in distant lands

Photographer with Coquitlam roots finds light, peace in distant lands

The light of places far away — and the peace they create within us — are themes in Garrett Andrew Chong’s new exhibit at PoMoArts.
Enjoy this year’s Festival du Bois celebrations right at home for free

Enjoy this year’s Festival du Bois celebrations right at home for free

Festival du Bois, the all-ages celebration of French Canadian culture, will be held virtually this year from April 16-30
What's for dinner? Eat Tri-Cities has a few ideas

What's for dinner? Eat Tri-Cities has a few ideas

Tina Gohar, a Gleneagle secondary graduate, launched Eat Tri-Cities on Facebook last August; the restaurant reviews and recommendations are now on Instagram.
Port Moody artist raises the bar for World Autism Month

Port Moody artist raises the bar for World Autism Month

A Port Moody artist is using World Autism Month to shed light on a developmental disorder.
Port Moody photo club sees renaissance during pandemic

Port Moody photo club sees renaissance during pandemic

The Port Moody-based Pacific Digital Photography Club, which has 60 members from around the Lower Mainland, saw more than 1,500 viewers from 10 countries for its Photomotion slide show.
Virtual exhibit shows painstaking 'care and attention' by Coquitlam Archives

Virtual exhibit shows painstaking 'care and attention' by Coquitlam Archives

Coquitlam Archives documents how it preserves donated materials, in a new online show called "From Accession to Access: The Art of Archival Processing."
Metro Vancouver has $150k for arts grants this year

Metro Vancouver has $150k for arts grants this year

Arts and culture groups have until May 10 to apply for funding from Metro Vancouver.