The sun shines upon Rutledge Field as clumps of kids gather around with their sticks and mouthguards to play and practise the game of field hockey.
? Talk with kids about the upcoming separation, tell them it's normal to feel homesick.
The Art of Healthy Living: A series of workshops with Vancouver's top health and wellness professionals will run until June 23 in West Vancouver at the Ferry Building Gallery, 1414 Argyle Ave., Ambleside Youth Centre in Ambleside Park and Lawson Creek Studio, 1756 Argyle Ave. Info: ferrybuildinggallery.com. Registration: 604-925-7270.
What did Adrian Dix do wrong? For starters, his campaign was too nice. . . .8 When your teen wants a tattoo, there's no need to freak out. Really. . . . . . . . . 9
Donations of time and money are sought for a "72-hour extreme makeover" job to renovate the longhouse facility at Alexandra Neighbourhood House.
Being a parent is a tough job for two people, regardless how old the child is.
I was rather surprised by Jeff Munroe's take on Todd Hauptman's resignation from Mary Polak's campaign.
Canadian Workplace Culture: North Vancouver City Library is offering a free interactive workshop for internationally-trained new Canadians Wednesday, May 15, 1: 303: 30 p.m. at 120 West 14th St. Registration is not required. Info: nvcl.ca.
Terry Fox Library offers families and caregivers with young children drop-in storytimes on Wednesday mornings, May 15 to June 26, from 10: 15 to 10: 45 a.m. Storytimes include books, fingerplays, songs and flannel board stories. Everyone is welcome. For info, call 604-927-7999.
Mike McLatchy might not be responsible for the success his daughters had in sport but he hopes to be responsible for the success of others.
After rescuing two toddlers from locked cars in Abbotsford within the last 48 hours, police are reminding drivers of the hazards of leaving children or pets in vehicles during warm weather.
Janet Marutawana was waiting in line at a Zellers when it happened again: Her nine-year-old son, Farai, started throwing a tantrum.
When I come home to my wife at the end of the day, I know better than to ask, "What did you do today?"
Mother's Day is another few days off yet, but I already know what I'll be unwrapping on Sunday morning.
Taking tea this Sunday will help provide medical care for moms of the future.
The TIMES asked people why they were at the recent chamber of commerce forum at Meadowridge School. Here are a few of their responses:
Young families are feeling squeezed and a discussion Friday will tackle their issues in the context of the provincial election.
The 21st annual Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation Gala has a Las Vegas Rat Pack theme.
Burnaby Family Life Institute, one of the city's largest non-profit social service agencies, is stretched to its financial limits and is turning away pregnant women and new moms in dire need of help.