Community

Freezies and fun at Hot Summer Nights in Maple Ridge

The Maple Ridge fire department and the local branch of the SPCA have teamed up to raise money for the animals.

Surrey girl’s lemonade stand raises hundreds for B.C. wildfire victims

Hayden Rodgers, 6, fundraises for B.C. wildfire victims and Surrey Memorial Hospital’s Children’s Unit

Rubber ducks float down Alouette River in annual race

This year the Maple Ridge event raised $69,620 for youth in the community.

Paddington Station residents hold block party to say thanks

Langley City housing complex grateful for community support after fire

Campaign starts for second annual Ryder’s Rainboots in Maple Ridge

Seven-year-old Ryder Moore of Maple Ridge wants to raise enough money to buy 90 pairs of boots this year.

VIDEO: Langley shelter Adoption Extravaganza a success

Would-be adoptive families queued for a chance to bring pets home

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    Country Fest

       

      70th Wedding Anniversary

         

        Summer kids packs

           

          Good reasons to Ride

          Maple Ridge father taking part in Ride to Conquer Cancer, from Vancouver to Seattle, Aug. 26-27.

          Local libraries adding more ukuleles

          New kits shared by public libraries, including Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

          Bees and blueberries at Pitt Meadows festival

          Dr. Ron Lin, aka Dr. Bee, will be educating people about the importance of bees at this years festival.

          ON COOKING: Making the perfect homemade burger, Part 2

          Add ‘hidden gems’ to your hamburger patty mix.

          • Aug 13th, 2017

          Maple Ridge runner takes on Fat Dog in brother’s honour

          Matt Hosford will be racing 193 kilometres from Keremeos in Cathedral Provincial Park to Manning Park.

          Ride to Conquer Cancer ‘more emotional’ every year

          60-year-old Chuck Magnus on the two-day, 250 km journey set to kick off in Cloverdale Aug. 26

          Perseids meteor shower peaks this weekend

          Smoke might interfere with viewing, but the show goes on regardless

          Put the ‘Treat’ in treatment with BC Children’s Hospital fundraiser

          Enjoy a Blizzard and help the kids during Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day this Thursday, Aug. 10

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          Pride Picnic in the Park

          The free event is being hosted by PLEA Ridge Meadows Community Services.

          Langley and Whonnock sites for First Nations summer walking tours

          The public is invited to free walking tours that spotlight local First Nations history and culture.

          ‘Burnouts in the Sky’ for truck-loving Surrey man killed at a house party in Newton

          Annual car show pays tribute to Bradley McPherson, whose accused killer will go to trial next month

          Metro Parks remain open as fire risk rises to extreme

          Parks in Langley are open and will likely remain that way, say officials.

          Founder’s Cup Foundation donates to Red Cross Wildfire Fund

          Maple Ridge charity wants to help the victims in the Cariboo region