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Aaron and Graham Ord perform June 10 at the Chilliwack Vineyard to raise funds for a housing and education program in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Fraser Valley Philharmonic Society presents Mostly Mozart, June 11 at the UFV Theatre, conducted by Maestro Clyde Mitchell.
Gord Gagne and Calvin Quaite are busily preparing to open Chaos & Solace, a new
craft brewery in downtown Chilliwack.
In Chilliwack's Perplexed Puzzles escape rooms, teams have 45 minutes to find clues and solve puzzles to work their way out of the room.
The Chilliwack Park Society celebrates the official opening of the Community Forest with a group hike, May 28 at 10 a.m.
A cast of 63 perform Oliver, The Musical in Chilliwack from May 25 to June 4 at G.W. Graham Theatre.
Due to a case of canine parvovirus, a Chilliwack vet urges all dog owners to ensure dogs are up-to-date with vaccinations and deworming.
Chilliwack Rotarians joined a medical outreach service project in Peru that has earned international accolades.
Longtime Chilliwack retailer Barb Kemp recently opened a Real Deals on Home Decor franchise downtown on Alexander Ave.
The Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra presents A Journey of Healing on May 28, with pianist Catherine Gallagher, violinist Cristian Herki.
With a new gallery and events space to grow into, Marko Jalava has big plans for the Arthouse on Mill St.
The fundraising thermometer outside the CGH Eye Centre will soon rise, as the Mount Cheam Lions club makes great strides with their project.
Chilliwack's Jodie Fulcher never expected the amount of community support she received when she lost her cat, nor did she expect it to work.
Women and girls are uniting in Chilliwack on Saturday to collect prom dresses and donations for Fort Mac evacuees who lost their belongings.
Chilliwack Secondary entrepreneurship students were challenged to create, market and sell their unique products or services.
One tasty treat at a time, Chilliwack Secondary students raised funds to support evacuees in Fort McMurray.
Three Chilliwack musicians joined Kieran Mercer, Walk off the Earth and Marianas Trench on an arena tour across Canada.
Beneath The Surface, a powerful production inspired by true events faced by a First Nations teen, runs May 13 at 7 p.m. in the UFV Theatre.
Chilliwack's Youth as Gatekeepers program equips youth with the knowledge to advocate for mental health and connect friends with help.
Test drive a car on Saturday and Ford will donate $20 towards the supplies Chilliwack students need to build a school in Tanzania.