What’s Happening in the Tri Cities: Women, Wine and Song


Pat Service Evergreen Cultural Centre Coquitlam

A focus on healthy living this week in the Tri Cities, mentally, physically, societally, artistically and environmentally. If you manage to attend all these events you will build up enough karma to keep you in gold stars until Easter (perhaps). Or you could switch off your grey matter and just watch a bunch of women run around naked on stage.
Woah!
More events in The V3H Events Calendar.

What: Coquitlam Foundation Pub Night
When:  Thursday, March 6 from 6:00 – 10:00pm
Where: Woody’s on Brunette, 935 Brunette Avenue, Coquitlam (map)
The skinny: A pub night in aid of fundraising for the Coquitlam Foundation. $20 gets you a beer or wine, a burger and the opportunity to donate more in the 50/50 draw plus silent auction.
More info: Dale Clarke at dclarke[at]coquitlamfoundation.com or call 604.468.9598

What: Evergreen Gallery Opening Reception: Pat Service
When:
 Thurssday, March 6 from 6:00 – 8:00pm
Where:   Evergreen Cultural Centre, 1205 Pinetree Way (map)
The skinny:   The gallery at Evergreen opens a three-decade retrospective of Pat Service’s long history of Painting This Place, celebrating the natural beauty of British Columbia.
More info:  604.927.6555

What: Chocolate & Wine Tasting Party
When:  Thursday March 6 and Friday, March 7 from 7:30 – 9:30pm
Where: Gallery Bistro, 2411 Clarke Street, Port Moody (map)
The skinny: A delicious fundraiser for the Coquitlam Gogos, raising money for the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign of the Stephen Lewis Foundation. $35 will get you a good chocolate education, paired with wine and chocolate tastings, all in an artistic setting of the gallery. Desserts, coffee and tea service available. Yum!
More info: Linda Smillie, 604.931.2843

What:  Never You Mind Productions: A Particular Class of Women
When:  Thursday, March 6 to Saturday, March 8 from 8:00 – 10:00pm
Where:  Inlet Theatre, Port Moody Civic Centre, 100 Newport Drive (map)
The skinny: Never You Mind Productions takes you, the audience, on a journey into the lives and thoughts of the ladies who undressed for all to see in the strip clubs of the 1980s. Prepare to cast your stereotypes as the performers cast their clothing. This show is strictly 16+ as there is sexual content and nudity, and would make an intriguing pairing with Tuesday’s Amnesty International event. Ticket: $28 Adults, $23 Students / Seniors (subject to applicable box office fees)
More info: 604.469.4722

What: Hiking – Eagle Ridge and Westwood Plateau
When:  Saturday, March 8 and Sunday, March 9 from 9:00am – 2:00pm
Where: Coquitlam’s Great Outdoors
The skinny: Two hikes on offer for you this weekend – the lower slopes of Eagle Ridge or Westwood Plateau for your outdoor delight. Bring stout footwear, raingear or maybe snowshoes. Check the links for details and cost.
More info: Ian 604.939.4039

What: Dominique Fricot: Sunday Coffee Concert
When:
 Sunday, March 9 from 2:00 – 4:00pm
Where: Terry Fox Theatre, 1260 Riverwood Gate (map)
The skinny: The Sunday series of coffee concerts swings out with songwriter and winner of Shore’s “Best of BC” contest, Dominique Fricot and his band on stage. An eclectic afternoon performance is promised on the website. Tickets: Adults- $12.00; Seniors – $10.00; Students – $6.00; Children 12 & Under – Free
More info: 604.927.7529 or www.experienceit.ca

What: Tricities Amnesty International Hosts Senator Mobina Jaffer
When:  Tuesday, March 11 from 7:00 – 8:30pm
Where:   Coquitlam Library – City Centre Branch, 1169 Pinetree Way (map)
The skinny:   Senator Mobina Jaffer will talk about the problem of trafficking of women and children. Learn more at this event about a global problem facing us all. Admission free; refreshments served.
More info: myerta AT telus DOT net

What: Nuclear Technology Saved Society and is Our Only Hope for the Future
When:  Tuesday, March 11 from 7:00 – 9:00pm
Where:  Leigh Square Community Arts Village, 2253 Leigh Square Place (map)
The skinny:  SFU’s Philosophers’ Café opens this evenings debate by going nuclear. Is it our only hope for the future?
More info:  604.927.8400

What: The Changing Face of the Tri Cities
When:  
Wednesday, March 12 from 11:00am – 2:30pm
Where:   1209 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam (map)
The skinny:   Presented by the Tri Cities Chamber of Commerce and the Tri Cities Welcoming Communities Project, this session will focus on business and immigrant potentials in the Tri Cities. If you are a business with a skills gap to fill and interested in discovering if newcomers to Canada can help ease your employment woes, this is the workshop for you. Registration is free and for members only. Both sides will learn a lot from each other – a lack of Canadian qualifications doesn’t automatically mean the junk pile for that résumé … just sayin’.
More info:  Jordan Moe, Special Events Manager

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