(posted in order of date)
Tri-City Singles Socal Club
Friday, February 15, 2019
The Tri-City Singles Socal Club offers an opportunity for 50+ singles
to get together and enjoy a variety of fun activities such as dining,
dancing, theatre, travel, movies and more.
Next meeting is Friday, February 15, 2019, at 700 pm. at our new location, 3rd floor, Safeway Store, 580 Clarke Road, (corner of Clarke and Como Lake Rd.)
Take elevator to 3rd floor from underground parking or surface parking, and turn right to the Community Room.
Our members are from the Tri-Cities area and beyond. New members are welcome. For Directions and Info. Call Darline, 604-466-0017.
Exhibitions Opening at Place des Arts
Friday, February 15, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
1120 Brunette Avenue, Coquitlam | 604.664.1636 |placedesarts.ca
Fine art, inspiration and a glass of wine . . . . Drop by the opening reception for Wildlife Friends, paintings by Ronald George Straight; Fashion & Hats! works in various mediums by My Artist's Corner;
Belonging: Treasured Pieces of Our Past, works in various mediums, curated by the Coquitlam Heritage Society.
All three exhibitions run through March 16, 2019
Family Day at PdA!
Sunday, February 17, 2:00 - 4:00pm
Admission is free; register online at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3518784
Join us for our final Family Day of the season over the BC Family Day weekend!
View three new exhibitions: paintings by Ronald George Straight in Wildlife Friends,
artworks created in various mediums by the artists in My Artist's Corner in Fashion & Hats! and community stories curated by Coquitlam Heritage Society in Belonging: Treasured Pieces of Our Past.
Then, participate in drop-in style art activities based on the subject matter and mediums of the exhibitions to make your very own masterpieces.
" Create your own animal artwork like artist Ronald George Straight
- feel free to bring a photo of your favourite furry friend for inspiration!
" Fabricate a fashion-forward masterpiece inspired by the artists of My Artist's Corner to express your personality
" Join Diane Rogers, Editor and past President of the British Columbia Genealogical Society, and Coquitlam Heritage staff to capture a piece of your family's history in a variety of interactive activities
Set Her Free
Saturday, March 2
Talitha Koum Society presents its annual Set Her Free fundraising gala, 6:15-10 p.m. at the St. Clare of Assisi Church Hall, 2888 Delahaye Drive, Coquitlam. Talitha Koum operates two recovery homes, for women and their children, in Coquitlam.
Inspirational speakers, silent auction, raffle, dinner.
Tickets just $65 until January 31, then $70 after. A charitable tax receipt will be issued for $30.
2019 Popsicle Bridge Building Competition
2019 Popsicle Bridge Building Competition on 9 March
2019 at Douglas College Atrium A Coquitlam.
www.EGBC.ca/tc for information
The premier Home Expo of the year comes to Coquitlam in March!
See the newest and best of everything for your home, garden, and outdoor living needs, all at one great location over three BIG action-packed days!
Friday, March 29 - 1:00pm-9:00pm
Saturday, March 30 - 9:30am-5:30pm
Sunday, March 31 - 10:00am-4:00pm
Kickn' it Country
Kickn' it Country is the Coquitlam Foundation's annual fund raiser. Kickin it Country is going to be a hoot'n and holler'n good time and you dont have to get all dressed up. Just wear what youd wear to round up the cattle.
The event will include both a silent and live auction of donations and the music is bound to get your feet a stomp'n. The food is, as always, going to satisfy the hungriest cowboy or cowgirl.
Let your neighbours know about it, let your friends know about it and bring your enthusiasm and your dancing boots.
88th BC Highland Games & Scottish Festival
Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15, 2019
Lafarge Lake Park. 1209 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, BC.
Community Event, Concerts, Dance, Fairs & Festivals, For Seniors, Fun & Games, Kids & Family, Music, Reunions
$15 adults, $10 Sr/students, $5 kids, under 6 free
The 88th BC Highland Games & Scottish Festival is a community celebration of BC's original immigrant community. We're in a new location in Coquitlam. Take Skytrain to the end of the Evergreen line at Lafarge Lake Station and listen for the bagpipes across the lake.
It's a day and a half of piping & live Celtic music . It begins Friday eve, June 14 with free entertainment in the park, and continues all day Sat ($15) with competitions, kids activities, whisky school, live entertainment, vendors, food, piping, massed pipe bands, the world champion Simon Fraser University Pipe Band and even a few surprises.
Wear your kilts, plaids and tartans. Everyone welcome to "The
Games at the End of the Train".