Hospice society offers Rabbit Hole in Film Series

A Film Series continues this week with Rabbit Hole, presented by Chilliwack Hospice Society at Cottonwood 4 Cinemas.

It’s a special film presentation on Thursday followed by a panel discussion. Rabbit Hole is the next Film Series offering presented by Chilliwack Hospice Society at Cottonwood 4 Cinemas.

The film Rabbit Hole, starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart, tells the story of a husband and wife trying to rebuild their lives after the death of their young son.

“The goal of this program is to engage our community in normal conversations about death and dying,” said Coletta Holmes of CHS. “As a society, we are not only committed to our promise of heartfelt support during dying and grieving, but also to helping individuals find a way of talking about one of life’s toughest topics.”

Rabbit Hole will be presented at Cottonwood 4 Cinemas on Luckakuck Way, on Thursday November 24, at 6:45 p.m. A panel discussion will follow. Admission is $5 For further information, please contact Coletta at 604-795-4660.

Just Posted

Faulty wiring blamed for Chilliwack barn fire Sunday morning

One civilian injured attempting to extinguish blaze on Ballam Road

GW Graham seniors bow out of football playoffs as juniors move on

The senior Grizzlies fell to the John Barsby Bulldogs in a AA playoff game last Saturday.

Chilliwack’s Jordyn Huitema leads Canada to FIFA U-17 World Cup quarter-finals

Canada has gone 2-0 in the tournament with wins over Colombia and the Korean Republic.

Chilliwack Chiefs rally from three down to beat Powell River Kings

The Chiefs followed the come-from-behind win with a loss Sunday afternoon versus Alberni Valley.

11 years sought for Burnaby man who killed girlfriend with hammer, burned her body

Manslaughter sentencing hearing starts Monday in BC Supreme Court in Chilliwack for Ryan Armstrong

Six students arrested, charged in sex assault probe at Toronto all-boys school

The school’s principal, Greg Reeves, described the video of the alleged sexual assault as ‘horrific’

Laine scores 3 as Jets double Canucks 6-3

Injury-riddled Vancouver side drops sixth in a row

Deportation averted for Putin critic who feared return to Russia

Elena Musikhina, a vocal critic of the Kremlin, has been granted a two-year visitor’s permit in Canada

B.C. to allow Uber-style ride hailing services to operate in late 2019

Fee will be applied to fund options for disabled people

Auditor general takes aim at Liberals’ fighter-jet plan

Suditor general Michael Ferguson is about to release a new report on Canada’s attempts to buy new fighter jets

B.C. couple converts ambulance into a traveling home

The Revelstoke couple plan on touring B.C. ski hills then driving to Mexico

Cyclist defecates, throws own poop at car following B.C. crash

Man defecates in the street before throwing it at a driver locked in her vehicle

Second person dies following head-on collision in Surrey

Paige Nagata of Abbotsford was in crash on Nov. 4 that also killed maternity nurse

Jamie Koe, other curlers kicked out of bonspiel for being too drunk

‘You don’t kick around other players’ bags, it’s disrespectful and we expect better of our players’

Most Read