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Connecting with people in need
Chilliwack Connect on Oct. 3 links those in-need with local support services, a day of pampering, and a variety of donated items.
Purple lights illuminate awareness, education and support
Shine a purple light bulb during the month of October to support the Purple Light Nights campaign against domestic violence.
Learn, celebrate and be heard on Seniors Day
Celebrate Seniors Day on Oct. 1 at the Landing Sports Centre, featuring over 50 exhibitors, expert guest speakers and live entertainment.
Community Forest trail-building continues on Sunday
Explore Chilliwack: Volunteers have made great progress building trails in the Community Forest. The fun continues Sept. 27 at 1 p.m.
Little Free Library opens in Garrison Crossing
A little library has opened in a Garrison Crossing park, allowing neighbours and children to come together to borrow and share books.
Akon brings ‘Stadium’ tour to Chilliwack
Akon took the stage at Evergreen Hall Sept. 19, performing his fan-favourite tracks in preparation for the release of his new album.
Take a new perspective during Hunger Awareness Week
Food Banks Canada wants to interrupt our fascination with food by instead putting the focus on hunger.
Cyclists ride coast-to-coast to fight childhood cancer
The Sears National Kids Cancer Ride cyclists stopped in Chilliwack on Day 1 of their 17-day journey from White Rock to Halifax.
Experience Downtown: SuperCare Pharmacy
After three years of success running Hope Pharmacy, O'hana has opened SuperCare Pharmacy in downtown Chilliwack.
Making a difference in your retirement
Retirees are encouraged to attend Senior Peer Counsellors training beginning Sept 21 to help local seniors in need of a friend.
Skelton Park roots run deep
Explore Chilliwack: Skelton Park is special to the surrounding retirement community, and to the late Norman and Agnes Skelton.
Elder College classes begin soon, registration continues
Adults age 50 and older registered for dozens of exciting Elder College courses on Tuesday. Registration continues in-office until October.
Bucket List Festival is back, addresses digital after-life
The Bucket List Festival returns Sept. 26, featuring engaging speakers, helpful resources and awesome bucket list prize experiences.
Plaza upgrade a celebration of native art
The work by First Nations artists Terry Horne, Stan Greene, Fred Jackson, and Wayne Williams has been installed in Vedder Crossing plaza.
Tuesday marks 25th annual Parkinson SuperWalk
The Parkinson SuperWalk takes place September 8 at 2 p.m., to raise funds for Parkinson's research, education and support services.
Local supermoms go out on a limb
Two brave Chilliwack moms take on the 20-storey Easter Seals Drop Zone on September 9.
Reach out for mental health this Thursday
World Suicide Prevention Day takes place September 10 at Sto:lo Nation Grounds. This year's theme is Reaching Out to Save Lives.
Kids can create, dance and learn at the Children’s Arts Festival
The Children's Arts Festival takes place September 19. Kids will create art projects, learn dances, attend awesome performances, and more.
Boating artist travels through Chilliwack
Watch for artist Marie Lorenz early on Sept 2 as she floats down the Fraser in a handmade boat - part of a week-long creative voyage.
Local cyclists conquer cancer with their wheels
Chilliwack "Team Wobbly Legs" prepares for the 200-km BC Ride to Conquer Cancer taking place August 29-30.