Chilliwack City Hall is where the Oct. 30 Community Forum on Domestic Violence will be getting underway at 7 p.m.

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City of Chilliwack: Twitter party for council, mayoralty candidates

Did you know only 17.5 per cent of Chilliwack residents voted in the last civic election? It’s time to change that on Twitter with #ValleyVotes.

The Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board (CADREB) is hosting two non-partisan Twitter parties to encourage all communities in the Fraser Valley to vote in Nov. 15 municipal election.

From 7-8 p.m. on Oct.29 use #ValleyVotes to join the conversation on Twitter with Chilliwack mayoral and council candidates.

Registered participants will be entered to win gift cards to Kuro Asian Cuisine, Zaika Tastes of India, Harvest Store & Cafe, Starbucks, and more! To register for the twitter party, RSVP at the Eventbrite page: http://jell.ly/DpEMR.

Make a difference in your city’s election. RSVP for the Twitter Party and don’t forget to vote on November 15.

Other chances to quiz the candidates:

• The Mayoral All-Candidates’ Meeting, also organized by the Chamber of Commerce, will be at the Hampton Inn, November 6, at 7 PM.

• The Cultus Lake Community Association is holding a question and answer with Cultus Lake Park Board candidates and more on Sunday afternoon Nov. 2. This is from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Cultus Lake Community School gym.

• An All Candidates Meeting will be held at the Yarrow Community Centre Wednesday Nov. 12, where the public will be able to meet the mayoral and councilor candidates in person and quiz them on local issues. That will run from  7-9 p.m.

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