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Central Elementary hosted a demo of First Nations dance forms and regalia at the Aboriginal Family Gathering event on Mar. 1.
Home Depot employee Garth McCreedy was honoured with Community Living B.C.'s Widening Our World (WOW) award on Feb. 26.
Ty Reveen carries on the family legacy of phenomenal and hilarious hypnotic shows, coming to the Cultural Centre March 10.
The Mount Cheam Canine Association hosted three all-breed championship conformation shows Feb. 26 to 28.
Live Your Dream award winner Tanya Karreman is recognized for her return to university to support her young children and to help others.
Chilliwack dancer Kaylie Connor has been invited to train at The Royal Ballet School summer program in England.
The Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra joins with the Karen Flamenco Dance Company to present the classic tale of Carmen, March 12.
BCLC representatives kicked-off Responsible Gambling Awareness Week with games, tips, and resources at Chances Chilliwack on Monday.
The Mount Cheam Lions are attempting to raise $600,000 by Dec. 31, to fund two new cataract machines for the Eye Centre at CGH.
A team from Sardis Fellowship Baptist Church prepares to return to Haiti in March, raising $25K to support education in rural areas.
Competitions are underway for the 69th annual Chilliwack Lions Club Music and Dance Festival. Join the audience for just $4 per session.
The Chiefs have teamed up with Chilliwack's Local Action Team and mental health groups in the community to create a stigma-ending video.
Trudith Knight has opened Kool Running's Hair Salon on Yale Road, offering a variety of styling and barber services for all hair types.
Super Sweet Sounds are safe, monthly dances for youth age 9 to 14, beginning Feb. 19. Proceeds support the CCS Starfish Backpack Program.
Donated mobile kitchen will allow Salvation Army to prepare and deliver fresh food during emergency situations and everyday operations.
The Chiefs made Valentine's extra special for local seniors on Wednesday serving breakfast and delivering flowers.
Acclaimed harpist Mary Murphy performs at the Vineyard Centre Feb. 13. She brings a career's worth of music and the stories within them.
Three to eight-piece Vancouver band Raccoon Deathmatch brings its bluegrass-hootenanny blend to the Tractorgrease Cafe Feb. 13.
The goal of the first TEDx Chilliwack event on Feb. 27 is to inspire positive change, and "it's definitely going to stir up conversation."
Local cyclist Michael Woods shares the benefits of road cycling, what makes for a great ride, and the teamwork necessary to go the distance.