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Lasting impact and friendship at Big Brothers and Sisters

by Lilianne Fuller   What started out as friendship in 1903 has today developed into something much bigger – Big Brothers Big Sisters International. The non profit organization is the world’s largest volunteer and donor-based mentorship program. It has agencies in 15 countries throughout the world. The seeds of the Big Brothers movement were sown […]

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Bez Arts Hub

by Keri Vermeulen   An intimate new performing arts space in Langley has opened, and it should set hearts pounding for lovers of live theatre, dance, story telling, and music. Bez Arts Hub is a black box style theatre and dance studio that provides home for creative performance, but also foundational education for a new […]

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TWU House in Fort Langley

by Keri Vermeulen   The beautiful, heritage village of Fort Langley, bursting with BC history, scenic Fraser River views, funky eateries and artsy shops has quietly acquired yet another attribute – “college town”, thanks to the forward thinking of one of Trinity Western University’s key leaders, and a warm, friendly university student culture.. TWU’s Senior […]

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Faith, Hope and Tim Hortons Halo – Gallery 7

by Angelika Dawson In a small town in Nova Scotia, euphoric chaos ensues when the face of Jesus appears on the wall of the local Tim Hortons. This is the premise of Josh Macdonald’s play Halo, which opens January 27 at Gallery 7 Theatre in Abbotsford. One of the mandates of this community theatre company […]

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Getting back to our roots

by Marion Van Driel British Columbians are the healthiest residents in Canada, and rank third in the world. So it seems natural that farmer’s markets abound throughout the province. And summer is the time to visit them, to gather up fresh, fabulous fruits, vegetables and meats for simple meals or gourmet feasts. A few generations […]

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Kids take over at The Valley Stream

The DJs at the new Valley Stream online radio station shared the mic with 35 kids over 21 episodes, airing across the music channels from 5 – 7 pm on weekdays throughout the entire month of May. The kids ranged in age from seven years old to 17 years old, from Langley, Aldergrove, Abbotsford, Mission […]

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Something for everyone at the Abbotsford Agrifair

Escape to the Abbotsford Agrifair and Mighty Fraser Rodeo July 31 – August 3 for some hoot-hollering live entertainment and good old fashioned family fun. The thrilling car-crunching demolition derby releases its automotive carnage on Agrifair grounds once again. This crowd pleaser will have patrons “putting the pedal to the metal” in an effort to […]

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Xtreme theatre presents Tarzan

by Brianna Deutsch   There’s something powerful when the realms of theatre and faith collaborate – it moves beyond art, to become a platform for changed lives. Xtreme Theatre does just that. It is a theatre program specifically for homeschooled children in the Lower Mainland, ages five through 17. The founder of Xtreme Theatre, Wendy […]

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Cloverdale to host major Christian music festival

By Kevin Pollard   For many, summertime evokes a flood of memories like backyard BBQ’s, camping by the lake or going away to camp, but for others it means hitting the road to experience a Christian Music Festival. In recent years the closest festival has been CreationFest held this year in Kennewick, WA. (a six […]

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Art and worship in dance

by Marion Van Driel   “We believe that dance is a gift from God and we have a heart to train up dancers who express dance that is pure, radical, joy-filled and meaningful. We are here for you…all ages and stages of dance…to launch you as world changers through dance”. (www.dancebarnstudio.com) Expression of the heart […]