With This Ring shooting in downtown Chilliwack

There will be no special effects, stunts or loud noises during filming, according to the notice

The Hallmark TV Movie

The movie industry lights might make part of Chilliwack seem even brighter than usual.

The Hallmark TV Movie, With This Ring, is being filmed in Chilliwack’s downtown core, April 21-22.

As usual, merchants will be open for business and welcoming customers during the filming activity.

A filming notice went out earlier this week, notifying local businesses about the shooting schedule for spots along Wellington Avenue, at the Royal Hotel, Sticky’s and Teddy Bear Dreams and more.

“There will be no special effects, stunts or loud noises during filming,” reads the notice. Wellington Ave will be open to pedestrians and local traffic during the shoot.

jfeinberg@theprogress.com

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