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The Holidays at Highstreet in Abbotsford

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One afternoon, after attending a show at the TRADEX in Abbotsford that left me inspired with gift ideas for the holidays, I got in my car and started writing out a shopping list on my phone. As the list grew in my notepad app, I decided to look up the closest stores that would carry […]

Free Movies at Cineplex Community Day

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Enjoy a free day of movies at your local Cineplex theatre all for a good cause on Saturday, October 24, 2015. Now in its 5th year, Cineplex Community Day treats guests to a selection of family-friendly films with donations and concession sales supporting Free The Children. Free Movies at Cineplex Community Day This year’s Community […]

West Coast Women’s Show

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It’s the kind of event where I can browse jewelry, household items, and shop for local artisan products with my mother, and/or sip a glass of wine, watch a fashion show, and get my nails done, with friends. There’s something for everyone at Western Canada’s largest women’s show, which is celebrating 15 years this month […]

5 Adrenaline-Pumping Team Activities This Halloween

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Solve crime, survive zombies, complete an undercover mission in an asylum, and have a smashing good time with your friends this month! If you’re looking for all of the above, there are several places around the Lower Mainland where you can use your brains and brawn to get active and have some frightening fun as […]

October Events in Metro Vancouver

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October is one of the busiest months in Vancouver thanks to fundraising galas, Halloween, haunted tours, and new theatre seasons. A few long-running events this month include: The Zombie Syndrome, the Lost Souls of Gastown Tour, the Chinatown Haunted House, Potters House of Horrors, BC Craft Beer Month, Fright Nights at Playland, the Stanley Park […]