Are you ready to plan your next adventure?
Coquitlam is a hub of cultural, arts, sporting and family-friendly events, with plenty of festivities to keep you entertained year round. Browse our Festivals & Events calendar below.
While we do our best to keep our Calendar of Events up to date, with the current rapid changes in event decisions, please visit the actual event website or contact the event organizers to confirm the event is happening.
For updates from the City of Coquitlam on the Coronavirus (COVID 19) please visit City of Coquitlam – COVID19 Information
For updates on travel in British Columbia please visit Destination British Columbia – COVID19 Information
Do you have an event to add to our calendar?
Events for October 17, 2021
Events Search and Views Navigation
Experience the first three exhibitions of the season: 도취 (DooChi), traditional Korean ceramics by Clay For You; Creative Connections, various mediums by SD43 Teachers; and Sovereign Elevations, acrylics, inks and sculptures by Kiranjot Kaur. 도취 (DooChi) will be on view from September 3 – November 4, 2021 We encourage visitors to make an appointment to... Read moreFind out more »
Join the Art Gallery at Evergreen Cultural Centre for a FREE tour, every Saturday, of Hyung-min Yoon's "Seedling (cedar)" (2021) augmented reality project at Lafarge Lake. Each tour will be 30 minutes long, starting outside the doors of the Art Gallery at Evergreen, moving to the viewing platforms and ending... Read moreFind out more »
The Coquitlam Farmer's Market has been a Coquitlam tradition for 24 years. Join the market weekly on Sundays for a great selection of local produce, baked goods, prepared foods, and one of a kind artisan crafts. Operating under covid19 protocols, the Farmers Market offers a safe, open air, shopping experience.... Read moreFind out more »
Come and make music with the North Shore Celtic Ensemble (NSCE)! This group is a dynamic community of young musicians whose goal is to help kids develop good musicianship in a fun and inspiring environment. In these workshops, students will get together in similarly skilled groups to play and share... Read moreFind out more »
Please join us for a talk with artist Hyung-min Yoon and independent curator and critic Joni Low as they discuss Yoon’s new augmented reality sculpture Seedling (cedar), and its connection to Yoon’s previous works around language, signification, reflection, and enigma. An artist-led tour of the artwork at Lafarge Lake will conclude the... Read moreFind out more »