Sarah Gawdin

Chilliwack residents complain about drones spying on backyards

Residents wonder recourse as drones dash across private properties and conduct home flybys

Fraser Valley Child Development Centre makes difference for kids with disabilities with summer camp

Hosted at the Rosedale Traditional School, the camp helped kids learn new skills through play

Spanish flamenco dancers to sizzle as they fire up the stage at Tractorgrease

Based in Spain, Fin de Fiesta Flamenco comprises mostly Canadian members

Sole Girls makes its move in Chilliwack

The youth organization is hosting its first day camp in Chilliwack

A man around town: Trevor McDonald

If it’s musical or entertaining and in Chilliwack, Trevor McDonald’s probably had a hand in it

Dew worm races back at 2nd annual Ryder Lake Summer Fair

The Fair is back for the second year after a lengthy hiatus

Chilliwack Senior Peer Counsellors try to up the karats on locals’ golden years

With almost two decades as a counsellor, Helene Long has helped hundreds of Chilliwack’s seniors

Handcycle demo day to be held Chilliwack’s UFV campus

Put on in part by Spinal Cord Injury BC, the event at Canada Education Park promotes handcycling as a mobility option

All skaters on deck as the 3rd annual Skate and Slam rolls into Chilliwack

The musical skateboarding contest was created by Chilliwack youth Deon Gallant

Chilliwack creative guru Geoff Edwards to host July’s Creative Third Thursday event

The event was established to help people in creative industries meet, mingle, and make new ideas

B.C.’s Western Family Stringband hosts family-friendly hoedown in Chilliwack

Head down to Tractorgrease on July 22 for a delightful afternoon of square dancing

Dozens of Fraser Valley vendors converge this summer at Cultus Lake

The Cultus Lake Farmers’ Market is open all summer long, hosts a variety of vendors

Chilliwack rallies to rebuild Yarrow’s Free Little Library after it’s destroyed by arson

Barely a year old, Yarrow’s Free Little Library was set on fire on Canada Day

Trio of artists challenge environmental issues with new art exhibit in Chilliwack

Grief Work/Hope Work: Connecting Ecology, Science and Art is at the O’Connor Gallery until Aug. 3

A spectacular new presentation season at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre for 2018-19

Tickets for next season go on sale the evening of July 17

The Hunchback of Notre Dame comes to Chilliwack

Produced by Secondary Characters, this is a musical the whole family can enjoy

Youth organization wants anti-porn curriculum in Chilliwack schools

Designed by the Youth Well-Being Project, the curriculum was designed to encourage healthy sexuality

Chilliwack charity fights feds for access to life-saving meds

Cure SMA Canada is urging the federal government to reimburse the costs of Spinraza

Fall-ing for Art in 2018

Find your love for art this fall with the Chilliwack Cultural Centre’s fabulous lineup of classes

FVRL kicks off Summer Reading Club

It’s reading fun for the whole family with lots of prizes to be won