What’s Happening in the Tri-Cities: Family Day at PdA, “Scouting: History in the Making”, Inlet Theatre Movie and More!


Art is weaving it’s way throughout the Tri-Cities this week with Opening Receptions at a couple art galleries and an art inspired Family Day for the whole family to enjoy.  There is a new display at the Port Moody Station Museum featuring the history of Scouting.  There is also music, a movie, hockey and more […]



What’s Happening in the Tri-Cities: Photomotion, Unwrapped, Christmas Marketplace and More!


Christmas Boutique Place Des Arts Coquitlam

How do you know it’s November in the Tri-Cities?  The rain is here, the salmon are returning home and Christmas is in the air.  Christmas?!  Isn’t that December?  I know, it seems too early but it’s less than 6 weeks away and no time like now to start that Christmas shopping.  Port Moody’s Christmas Marketplace […]



What’s Up in the Tri-Cities: Full Moon Paddles, Farmers Markets and Elizabeth Russell’s Opening Reception


Elizabeth Russell Exchanges Evergreen Cultural Centre Coquitlam

Summer is slowly dwindling to an end and so have the annual summer events that we were lucky to have in our backyard.  This coming week might be that perfect time to take a breather as the kids head back to school and routines start to kick in again.  Take a casual stroll to one […]



What’s Up in the Tri-Cities: Breastfest 2012, Chamber Networking Event, Friday Night Farmers Market and More!


Vancity Fresh Air Movie Tour Port Moody Lorax

Work or Play? Either way, there’s something for you this weekend. Some highlights of events coming up in the next few days include a free outdoor movie at Rocky Point Park, Friday and Sunday Farmers Markets in Coquitlam and a Chamber Networking event for those who would prefer to stay in “business-mode” on a summer […]



Coquitlam Spirit Square Farmers Market: Rhubarb, Soaps and “Mookies”


The Spirit Square Farmers Market in Coquitlam is Open! On June 15th, 2012, vendors set up booths at Spirit Square across from the Coquitlam City Hall for the season opener of the Coquitlam Spirit Square Farmers Market.  Vendors were still setting up as people had already gathered to take part in this weekly summer event. […]



What’s Up in the Tri-Cities: Many Multicultural Events!


Austin Heights Daisy Day Coquitlam

There are great multicultural events to check out this week: Korean pottery techniques at this Opening Reception, the Indian Classical Vocal Concert, Polish Theatre and taste rums from all over at the Ultimate Rum Tasting event. Go out and get yourself some culture! What: Community Banner Project When: Thursday, June 14 at 2:00pm Where: Place […]



What’s Up in the Tri-Cities: Farmer’s Market, Annie Jr., Charlie Brown + More!


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The first week of June in the Tri-Cities kicks off with some great events for everyone to enjoy, including the opening day of the Port Coquitlam Farmers Market. Get out there and partake in some memorable events! What: Opening Reception When: Thursday, May 31 from 6:00 – 8:00pm Where: Port Moody Arts Centre [map] The […]



What’s Up in the Tri-Cities: Hiring Fair, Little River Band + More!


Little River Band at Red Robinson Theatre Coquitlam

This week leads up to Labour Day on Monday but for all those individuals and families not traveling, here are a few great events for you to enjoy. There’s a hiring fair, the Little River Band, two breakfast networking meetings, an art display opening and a few other fun things to do! What: AM Networking […]



Port Coquitlam Farmers Market Opening


Port Coquitlam Farmer's Market

The Port Coquitlam Farmers Market is back in Leigh Square [map] this summer, and they’re opening their 2011 season this Thursday, May 26 from 3:00-7:00pm. Which, incidentally, are the hours that the market will be running every week at that location through September 15. To celebrate opening day they will cut into their famous carrot […]



Coquitlam Farmers Market Celebrates 15th Season


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The Coquitlam Farmers Market has become a local institution. It’s the second oldest market in the region, opening just one year after the Vancouver market at Trout Lake. And market fans such as myself are looking forward to the 15th season kick off this Sunday, May 8. The market happens every Sunday until the end […]

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