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Community fair and movie night coming to Burnaby on Aug. 31

Community fair and movie night coming to Burnaby on Aug. 31

Enjoy a bouncy castle, face-painting and community booths before a viewing of the film Sing 2.
Flea market coming to Burnaby in September

Flea market coming to Burnaby in September

Sell your wares or just come out to hunt for a deal at Confederation Seniors’ Centre.
Where to enjoy coffee and cake in Burnaby Heights?

Where to enjoy coffee and cake in Burnaby Heights?

Sip a smooth latte, munch on a tasty cake and enjoy sweet, sweet gelato in the Heights.
Meet the Elvis Presley in your neighbourhood

Meet the Elvis Presley in your neighbourhood

Celebrating Elvis’s legacy through his ‘Iconic Tributes’ is Ronnie Scott, Metro Vancouver’s very own tribute artist.
Burnaby child actor stars in animated Netflix series

Burnaby child actor stars in animated Netflix series

Pavan Baraj was just 10 years old and had never done any acting when she landed the lead in the new series Deepa and Anoop.
Photos: Burnaby Blues + Roots Festival returns in style

Photos: Burnaby Blues + Roots Festival returns in style

The War on Drugs capped a day of celebration at Deer Lake Park Aug. 6.
Concert review: Mitski dreams the night away at Burnaby's Deer Lake

Concert review: Mitski dreams the night away at Burnaby's Deer Lake

The surreal-synth songs of indie-pop artist Mitski washed over Deer Lake Park’s festival lawn on Aug. 10.
Burnaby musicians transcend the limits of language

Burnaby musicians transcend the limits of language

Performers Dailin Hsieh and Bruce Bai from B.C. Chinese Ensemble spread love through their music in this year’s Summer Pop-Up Concert series in Mount Pleasant Park.
Celebrate summer with hotdogs, stilt-walkers in Burnaby

Celebrate summer with hotdogs, stilt-walkers in Burnaby

Have fun in the sun at a summer street party hosted by Burnaby Neighbourhood House. ☀️
Playwrights reimagine tragic Punjabi folktale at the Monsoon festival

Playwrights reimagine tragic Punjabi folktale at the Monsoon festival

In Dooja Ghar (the second house), Vancouver-Burnaby-based playwrights explore the themes of love, family, and betrayal as they retell the tragic Punjabi folktake, Mirza Sahiban.
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