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My American Boyfriend starts fall lineup for Crossroads concerts in Port Coquitlam

My American Boyfriend starts fall lineup for Crossroads concerts in Port Coquitlam

A fundraiser for the Crossroads Hospice Society relaunches for the fall at Port Coquitlam’s Leigh Square.
Lego Club, tech help and an art show: What's on in Tri-City libraries in September

Lego Club, tech help and an art show: What's on in Tri-City libraries in September

Events and activities at the Terry Fox Library (Port Coquitlam); Port Moody Public Library; and the Coquitlam Public Library during the month of September.
On Our Radar: Aspiring directors to present 'fast film' talents in Port Moody

On Our Radar: Aspiring directors to present 'fast film' talents in Port Moody

Eleven teams have completed a short movie for the Frantic Breeze competition and will be played at the Inlet Theatre.
KidSport, The Cult and Terry Fox community runs: Here's what's lined up for the Tri-Cities in September

KidSport, The Cult and Terry Fox community runs: Here's what's lined up for the Tri-Cities in September

A month of listings for events in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody happening in September 2022.
Photos: Progress Pride colours on new house posts for Coquitlam school district a B.C. first, carver says

Photos: Progress Pride colours on new house posts for Coquitlam school district a B.C. first, carver says

Called "Stemiye," the house posts flanking the reception desk in SD43's newly built Education and Learning Centre in Coquitlam tell the story of transition.
Tri-City actors play colonel, princess in 'Murder on the Orient Express'

Tri-City actors play colonel, princess in 'Murder on the Orient Express'

Dovreshin MacRae plays Col. James Arbuthnot while Joyce Gillespie is the dowager Princess Natalya Dragomiroff in the dinner–theatre production that runs Sept. 8 to 24.
Coquitlam arts venue names Jill Cook as board president ahead of new season

Coquitlam arts venue names Jill Cook as board president ahead of new season

Jill Cook will replace Neal Nicholson, a former Coquitlam city councillor, as board chair for the Evergreen Cultural Centre.
Port Coquitlam cabaret performer exposes 'The C-Word' at Vancouver Fringe Festival

Port Coquitlam cabaret performer exposes 'The C-Word' at Vancouver Fringe Festival

Kyrst Hogan, aka Burgundy Brixx, wrote "The C-Word" during cancer treatments. Her show will be at the 2022 Vancouver Fringe Festival.
Boogie–woogie, swing, the blues: Diane Lines kicks off inaugural music series in Port Moody

Boogie–woogie, swing, the blues: Diane Lines kicks off inaugural music series in Port Moody

Musician Diane Lines performs "Jump!" in her hometown of Port Moody on Sept. 17 as part of the Inlet Theatre Music Series.
Weaving to reconciliation: Port Coquitlam workshop aims to celebrate community

Weaving to reconciliation: Port Coquitlam workshop aims to celebrate community

As part of BC Culture Days, a pair of local organizations are hosting an Indigenous artist to teach traditional bark weaving and share stories.
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