The launch of Force Field: 77 Women Poets of British Columbia, edited by Susan Musgrave, will be held Sunday, May 19 at 2 p.m. at the Seymour Art Gallery. Free. Info: mothertonguepublishing. com or seymourartgallery.com.
The Canadian Diabetes Association's Clothesline program will be in the Tri-Cities on Saturday, May 18 as part of a Fill A Truck event happening across Canada.
Every sports group or volunteer organization of any kind has someone like Ian Paul. And if they don't, they could really use him.
The year was 1969. I was 16 and had just landed a job as a trainee recording engineer in London, England's hot music industry.
Change is needed for the provincial constituency of Delta South to match today's reality. An attitude of optimism and hope for the future of Delta South is greatly needed to replace the irritation of constant uncompromising opposition to change in this riding.
Mike Warn has logged plenty of kilometres to develop into an elite goalkeeper. Now that commitment is taking him to South Carolina this fall.
Royal City Gogos are launching an art show that will travel Western Canada and raise money for African grandmothers.
The weightlifting team from Brookswood Secondary has taken the term "girl power" to heart.
Local middle and high school students posted solid results at the Upper Fraser Valley Track and Field Meet in Abbotsford last week.
A recent fundraising drive to bring injured North Vancouver man Chris Thomas back to England could uproot or possibly even sever his family, according to Chris's wife, Christina.
Infinitus: String trio in concert presented by Peninsula Productions 8 p.m. Friday, May 3 at First United Church, White Rock. Tickets $25/$30, tickets.surrey.ca.
Tanning salons allow clients to get a tan where the sun doesn't shine. A Chilliwack salon is allowing them to do it when the sun doesn't shine as well.
WHEN he took to the stage to accept his Lifetime Achievement Award at last week's Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards, chef Alain Rayé didn't go alone: he took his La Régalade restaurant team and his family up with him.
To the editor: -- Re: "Olson wrong on Thatcher," Letters, April 26.
A Taste of B.C.'s Finest: Ninth annual fundaiser hosted by Semiahmoo House offers food and beverages from 42 B.C. wineries, restaurants, micro-breweries and distilleries, on Saturday, May 4 at Semiahmoo House Society, 15306 24th Ave., South Surrey. Special guest Jurgen Gothe hosts wine-tasting tutorials. Proceeds to benefit society's recreation and leisure program. Tickets $70 via 604-5361242, atasteofbcsfinest.ca.
I'm hoping Richmond News readers may have information on an Arthur Wilfred Butler (1891-1956).
under) on the last Wednesday of every month (7 p.m.) at Roadhouse Grille, 1781 King George Blvd., Surrey.
You don't have to be a condo or townhouse dweller to enjoy the advantages of growing some food crops in pots. Anyone who likes the accessibility of having salad plants or herbs near their back door, or tomatoes by the warmth of a house wall may find containers their best choice.
ARTHUR: BOY KING -- At Waterfront Theatre until April 28