Archives for December 2011

New Year’s 2012 in the Tri-Cities

New Years 2012 Coquitlam Port Moody Port Coquitlam

Christmas 2011 is now but a memory. And with that behind us, we can focus on the next big event: New Year’s Eve. 2012 is almost here, and you don’t need to head downtown for a little bit of fun as we bid farewell to the old and welcome the new. Here are some local […]

Season’s Greetings from TheV3H

Merry Christmas theV3H Port Moody Coquitlam Port Coquitlam

Christmas is almost here, as my six-year-old reminds me daily. Every morning she rips another ring off the paper chain she brought home from school on December 1, meaning we’re one day closer to the Big Event. As the chain gets shorter, her excitement level gets higher. Her three-year-old brother’s does, too. They are so […]

Links – Evergreen Line Construction Starts in January

Coquitlam Council Christmas 2011

Since this is the week of Christmas, there isn’t a lot happening as far as events go. So instead of running the events post, let’s do some links! January 2012 brings the beginning of Evergreen Line construction. They’ll begin by putting in the ducting and trenches for the power lines. It’s really actually finally happening […]

Christmas Lights in the Tri-Cities 2011


Our family loves holiday lights. And with most of them running until the end of the month, there’s still plenty of time to take a driving tour to check out all the great light displays here in the Tri-Cities. So get ready to round up the kids, fill your thermos with hot cocoa, and crank […]

CP Holiday Train 2011 in Port Moody

CP Holiday Train 2011 Port Moody

North America’s longest-running rolling food bank fundraiser is underway, making the trek across Canada. It started on November 25 in Quebec, and it wraps up on December 17 right here in the Tri-Cities. The festivities will take place at Queens Street Plaza in Port Moody [map], starting at 4:00pm on Saturday, December 17, 2011. Santa […]

Links – Tri-Cities Christmas Fun and Bikes in Coquitlam

Bike Commuting and Christmas

We’re getting to that point in the holiday season when some of us are already partied out, the festive fistfights over a mall parking spot pick up, and it’s really really dark out. But luckily, some of us out there are still bringing the holiday cheer. We always take the opportunity to link to ourselves, […]

What’s Up in the Tri-Cities: Christmas Events Galore

Theatrix the littlest angel charlie brown evergreen coquitlam

We’re getting even closer to Christmas and there are lots of events in the Tri-Cities for you and your family to celebrate the holiday season at. A variety of events this week – Santa sailing on a ship (say that three times fast), wine and cheese salon, Bethlehem walk, lantern festival and a few performing […]

Lantern Festival to Celebrate Solstice in Port Moody

Solstice Lantern Festival 2011 Port Moody

Joyelle Brandt and Melanie Montgomery wanted to attend a Solstice celebration, but they didn’t want to drive all the way into downtown Vancouver. And who can blame them? For them, the solution was obvious: bring the celebration to Port Moody. In response the local moms are organizing the upcoming Solstice Celebration Lantern Festival, which will […]

Holiday Wine and Cheese Tasting in Port Moody

West Coast Wine Christmas Port Moody

Nothing helps you get into the holiday spirit faster than some holiday spirits, and our friends at West Coast Wine Education are holding an event that combines both. Their Holiday Wine and Cheese Tasting is happening on Thursday, December 15, 2011 from 7:00 – 9:00pm at the Port Moody Arts Centre [map]. Get ready for […]

Links – Port Moody Inauguration and ranting about recreation

Port Moody Council Inauguration 2011

Last night I joined a full house at Port Moody City Hall for the inauguration of the newly elected council. After the swearing in, tribute was paid to the outgoing councillors and Joe Trasolini. New Mayor Mike Clay told a great story about Joe asking some kids on bikes why they weren’t using the skateboard […]

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