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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 March 7, 2023
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Artisan in Residence Open House – Mackin House Museum
We are pleased to present our first Artisan in Residence at Mackin House. Delali Adiamah of Dehl's Gourmet will be our baker in residence from February 7th to April 28th, 2023. Join her in our kitchen to learn about her research and watch her baking process live during these open... Read moreFind out more »
Taste of the Tri-Cities 2023
Come Together to Support Our Tri-Cities Restaurants Local eateries will be offering you special menus and bundles from February 17 - March 112. Join us as we eat, drink, and enjoy exceptional dine-in and take out specials, all in support of restaurants within the Tri-Cities community! Treat your taste... Read moreFind out more »
Breaking Bread: An Exhibit About the History of Bread – Mackin House Museum
Bread – it’s simple, delicious, versatile, and ubiquitous. It has a place in almost every cuisine around the world and comes in a seemingly infinite number of formats (think pastries, gluten-free breads, wraps, even beer). Yet we rarely stop to think about how and why bread has a universal home.... Read moreFind out more »
Driving Me Crazy – Evergreen Cultural Centre
Driving Me Crazy, a notable new play by Linda A. Carson and Suzanne Ristic received honourable mention in the 2019 National Theatre B.C. Playwriting competition. It has received several staged readings since (Kay Meek Theatre, Gibson’s, Off the Page, Nanaimo’s Theatre One, and North Vancouver’s Bodacious reading series) and was... Read moreFind out more »