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GETI fest on Saturday

The Golden Ears Transition Movement demonstrates its hopes for Maple Ridge this Saturday from noon to 9 p.m. at Memorial Peace Park in Maple Ridge.

GETI volunteers will be there to explain their involvement in building resiliency and cooperation locally.

In addition to booths and displays, at noon, Jack Emberly will be joined by musical friends as he tells his tale of the Two Headed Giant Who Hated Being Big. Intended for the whole family.

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