Links – Back to School in the Tri-Cities


Hootenanny Tri-Cities Chamber Port Coquitlam

UPDATE: The Tri-Cities Chamber Hootenanny has been postponed. Contact the Chamber at 604.464.2716 to get a refund on your tickets.

It’s back to school time across the Tri-Cities, and it’s certainly back to school in Casa theV3H. Not that the increased traffic in the morning is letting anyone speed, but do remember to be on the lookout for the shorter residents of the Tri-Cities as they make their way to and from school.

The City of Coquitlam has closed the City Centre Pool for maintenance from September 5th – October 2nd, 2011. The Health and Fitness Centre remains open. But since the weather has been so nice, Coquitlam is keeping the outdoor pools and spray parks open, you can check out the full list of places and times here.

The Leigh Square Community Arts Village has a brand new website, with some great video and info about what’s happening in downtown Poco.

The candidates for the 2011 Civic Elections are starting to make their intentions known. This week Pasta Polo owner Fred Soofi has thrown his hat in the ring in Coquitlam. Our plans for the vote here in the Tri-Cities are starting to take shape. Look for more in this space soon!

Speaking of the fun of civic politics, they’re still screaming at each other out in Anmore. The Anmore Alternative has their own take on what’s going on out there in the woods.

The ArtsConnect Blog is highlighting some stories of local young talent this week.

For the second year, this Sunday, Sept. 11, Alexander Bell is climbing the Coquitlam Crunch to raise money for a Coquitlam Community Diversity Fund, and you’re invited to join him.

September is full of events and things to do in Metro Vancouver, and Miss 604 has a jam packed list.

Restaurant reviews anyone? Coffee.Foodies headed to the Creekside Coffee Factory in Coquitlam.

And finally, Tri-Cities TV was out at the Downtown Port Coquitlam Car Show, and filed this report.

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