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A group of 30 kids are at summer camp this week thanks to the generosity of the Chilliwack community.
Summer is busy for Old Yale Brewing as they open a new, larger location and tasting room and start selling beer at farmers' markets.
The Crime Prevention Society has an idea to unite Chilliwack City Watch volunteers with auxiliary police officers for low-priority calls.
Goldsteam Craft Brewing Supplies offers novice and advanced home brewers alike fresh ingredients and high-quality equipment.
Vancouver Aquarium's 'Aquazone' event is visiting three Chilliwack libraries this summer, giving kids a close look at intertidal animals.
Secondary Characters presents the Wizard of Oz at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre, with shows running July 28 to August 7.
Are you a cat person? The Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven could use your help to care for the 150 cats that are waiting for a forever home.
Parents can shop through the Eco Market at Sardis Park on Wednesday evenings while their kids enjoy some light-hearted yoga.
The Chilliwack Park Society is expanding trail maintenance efforts beyond the Community Forest to additional local trails this summer.
The Progress reached chart-topper Flo Rida to talk about his upcoming show at the Prospera Centre on Tuesday, July 19.
The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus is hosting a community garage sale at the Vineyard Centre July 16; collecting items July 14.
The Chilliwack food bank sees a significant increase of users in the summer. The red donation kettles will around town July 22-23 to help.
Geoff and Joan Hodgkinson, along with 24 other Chartwell Hampton House residents, raised money to support the Trans Canada Trail.
Chilliwack Salvation Army answered the call to help feed Burns Bog firefighters this week.
Cultus Lake Marina kicked off the summer by inviting social media influencers to take their jet-skis and boats for a spin.
Marion's Dressing Room is presenting a street fashion show on Yale Road downtown, Saturday July 9 starting at 1 p.m.
The 2016 Fraser Valley Music Awards show is set for Saturday, July 16. Chilliwack nominees discuss the impacts of the FVMA initiative.
Ann Davis is launching their annual Summer Training and Recreation (STAR) program to teach youth workplace and life skills.
The Chilliwack Family YMCA is offering a free summer pass for teens to help them stay active this July and August.
Moments that Matter allows seniors from Chartwell Hampton House, like Lois and Lillian, to renew old passions or fulfill lifelong dreams.