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'Silly, shenanigans-filled, Star Wars-themed' medieval event comes to Burnaby for May the Fourth

'Silly, shenanigans-filled, Star Wars-themed' medieval event comes to Burnaby for May the Fourth

Get ready to try out archery or pick up a lightsaber at Warner Loat Park for Star Wars Day with the Barony of Lions Gate.
'Lack of resources' means reining in expectations for car-free days in Burnaby, staff say

'Lack of resources' means reining in expectations for car-free days in Burnaby, staff say

A vision for car-free summer events could be hampered by a lack of staff resources.
Family-friendly Japanese festival in Burnaby this weekend celebrates cherry blossoms

Family-friendly Japanese festival in Burnaby this weekend celebrates cherry blossoms

Watch a kimono dressing demonstration or learn techniques for wrapping and folding with furoshiki, traditional Japanese wrapping cloths at the Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre this weekend.
Burnaby, New West photographer wins triple gold at Ma Murray community newspaper award show

Burnaby, New West photographer wins triple gold at Ma Murray community newspaper award show

Burnaby NOW and New Westminster Record photojournalist Jennifer Gauthier won three first-place Ma Murray awards April 20.
His grandfolks went to WWII camps in B.C. He shares their story

His grandfolks went to WWII camps in B.C. He shares their story

"Sansei: The Storyteller" runs from April 16 to 20 at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam.
This Port Coquitlam park will soon have whimsical eco-sculptures

This Port Coquitlam park will soon have whimsical eco-sculptures

Nickie Lewis, Port Coquitlam's summer artist-in-residence, is creating similar eco-installations as in Robert Burnaby Park in Burnaby.
Award-winning author to host virtual storytelling event at Burnaby library

Award-winning author to host virtual storytelling event at Burnaby library

Join renowned Indigenous storyteller Richard Van Camp for reading, discussion and Q+A.
Photos: Expo, Molly Ringwald. Coquitlam Heritage relives the 80s

Photos: Expo, Molly Ringwald. Coquitlam Heritage relives the 80s

Tonight, Coquitlam Heritage opens its retro show at Place des Arts to mark its 40th anniversary. On April 11, the society will throw a reception to launch its 80s exhibit at Mackin House Museum.
German futuristic dystopian film set to live, 'expansive' music comes to Burnaby theatre

German futuristic dystopian film set to live, 'expansive' music comes to Burnaby theatre

'The Mediator between the Head and the Hands Must Be the Heart,' says Fritz Lang, director of the 1927 film 'Metropolis.' The film will screen at Burnaby's Shadbolt Centre this week.
Skoden!: Indigenous film festival curated by SFU students comes to Vancouver

Skoden!: Indigenous film festival curated by SFU students comes to Vancouver

A full lineup of films by Indigenous creators is coming to Vancouver April 6 and 7.