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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.
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Events for November 17, 2022
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October Exhibitions' Opening Date: October 28, 2022 – 7:00 – 9:00 PM Where: 1120 Brunette Ave. Cost: Free Admission Celebrate the opening of two new exhibitions: Stitched Together, Fibre Art and Mixed Media by Robin Fischer, Karen Johnson and Karlie Norrish McChesney and Industrial Remnants, Mixed Media by Sherry Cooper. Both exhibitions will be... Read moreFind out more »
Holiday Artisan Shop November 12 – December 17 • 2022 Find one-of-a-kind presents for everyone on your gift list. Explore finely handcrafted housewares, accessories, skincare, décor, cards, ornaments and more made by talented artists. Admission is free. Join us for a festive opening reception on November 12, where we celebrate... Read moreFind out more »
Positively Petite: 33rd Annual Miniature Exhibition Attend our one-of-a-kind miniature exhibition Positively Petite which showcases small artwork created by local artists. Join us for a festive opening reception on November 12, where we celebrate the opening of this exhibition and our Holiday Artisan Shop! Admission is free. Link: https://placedesarts.ca/events/positively-petite-33rd-annual-miniature-exhibition/Find out more »
Created by Brendan McLeod & The Fugitives November 15 - 19, 2022 | 7:30PM + 3PM Saturday ABOUT THE SHOW Often called the “battle that made Canada,” Vimy Ridge resulted in over 10,000 Canadian casualties. Through direct storytelling, verbatim theatre, and live music, Brendan McLeod examines misconceptions and varying perspectives... Read moreFind out more »