The Chilliwack Pride Society’s Rainbow Piano Mystery game runs Aug. 8 to 16. (

Society celebrates pride with colourful piano contest around Chilliwack

People invited to find missing keys in Chilliwack Pride Society’s Rainbow Piano Mystery game

Rainbow piano keys have gone missing and the Chilliwack Pride Society wants folks to find them around town as part of its contest.

People are invited to play the Rainbow Piano Mystery game by finding the “lost” piano keys somewhere in Chilliwack.

Every day, from Aug. 8 to 16 clues will be released about the locations of the missing piano keys. By solving the riddles, and then finding the lost piano key and taking a selfie with it, people will have a chance to win prizes.

Participants have until Aug. 23 to solve all the riddles, find all the keys around Chilliwack and send in selfies. Names will be drawn on Aug. 23 during the Chilliwack Pride Society’s live drag show by Chilliwack’s very own Hailey Adler with the Skids in the Ball.

The clues will be released at and the Chilliwack Pride Society’s social media sites.

Prizes for the Rainbow Piano Mystery game have been donated by local inclusive businesses in Chilliwack.

RELATED: Chilliwack librarians bring colourful story time to young kids for pride week

RELATED: Successful pride event the first of its kind for Chilliwack (Aug. 27, 2019)


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Chilliwack’s Kile Brown, performing as drag queen Hailey Adler, dances and lip syncs in front of hundreds of people during the inaugural Chilliwack Pride Barbecue at the Neighbourhood Learning Centre on Aug. 24, 2019. Brown will be performing during this year’s live drag show hosted by the Chilliwack Pride Society on Aug. 23. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress file)

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