Archives for October 2013

Spooky Tri-Cities

Spooky Tri-Cities

With today being Halloween, many BC cities are running ‘haunted’ tours, taking visitors and locals alike to locations reputed to play host to ghosts. Indeed, Mackin House Museum in Coquitlam played host to the Maillardville Ghost Walk and Mini Psychic Fair only last week. This led us to wonder – how do the Tri-Cities stack […]

What’s Happening in the Tri-Cities: A Little Wine with your Cheese?

Port Moody Art Sale 2013

There’s a lot of music around this week, which is a good thing – it helps mop up the wine and sets your toes a-tapping. Don’t forget to fall back either, or your toes will be tapping to the wrong chronometer. More events in The V3H Events Calendar.   What: Port Moody Arts Association Annual […]

Training the “Funtrepreneurs” of Tomorrow

Business Leaders of Tomorrow Port Coquitlam

Have you ever wished that you had a chance to gain business skills when you were younger, so that you’d be better positioned to be your own boss as an adult? What if you could give your kids the gift of learning about concepts like leadership, teamwork, marketing and creating a business plan? An upcoming […]

The International Day of the Nacho > Coquitlam By-Election

International Day of the Nacho

There were two things I wanted to write about today, neither having anything to do with the other. But that’s not gonna stop me. First of all, we love the mighty nacho here at TheV3H. In fact, we have slowly been making our way through all the cheesy goodness the Tri-Cities has to offer on […]

Weigh in on Land Use in the Coquitlam School District

School District 43 Coquitlam land use

Over the next decade, 5000 more students will join the kindergarten to grade 12 in the local public school system. Much of the growth is going to be concentrated in areas such as Burke Mountain and Port Moody. School District 43 is planning for that growth now. They know they need to build new schools […]

Holiday Workshops

I know, I know – it’s not even Halloween yet. It feels a little bit early to be talking about the holiday season in any way, shape, or form. However, there are a number of holiday workshops coming up in the Tri-Cities in the next few weeks, and if you’d like to participate, you’ll want […]

What’s Happening in the Tri Cities: Boo! and Boeing! and Basalt?

Craig Ferguson Red Robinson Coquitlam

In addition to Small Business Week running to Friday, this is The Week in the Tri Cities to get your fright on and get ready to collect the candy. Relax – if it’s really not your thang then get out and get hot and grumpy, be inspired and get rocking. Or have a deep think […]

Unplug at the Crossroads Coffeehouse this Fall

The Crossroads Coffeehouse has been raising funds and awareness for the Crossroads Inlet Centre Hospice for 15 years. The music series is still going strong, with “Unplugged at the Crossroads Hospice Coffeehouse”. It’s music in a casual atmosphere focused on acoustical performances from a wide range of musical genres. If you stop by an event […]

Links: Countdown to Coquitlam By-Election 2013

Coquitlam By-Election 2013

We’re counting down to the Coquitlam City By-Election this Saturday, October 26th. As we mentioned in our post last week, there will be two more advance poll. This Wednesday at the Poirier Community Centre, and this Friday at the Pinetree Community Centre. A few places for more by-election info. Last Wednesday and Thursday were the […]

Rocking the Port Moody Rock & Gem Club Show

Port Moody Rock and Gem Show 2013

Do you love rocks? If so, we have the event for you. Port Moody rockhounds hunt the hills and valleys for the weird and the wonderful, magically bring out stone‚Äôs hidden beauty, and generally, have fun with rocks. Once a year they lift their eyes from our hammers and grindstones to present theirr finds and […]

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