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The place was built as a hunting cabin in 1930 by three young men, located on the south slopes of the Golden Ears mountains.
As in many communities, a better location in the centre of town would lead to much greater visitation.
The 1974 graduation class from Maple Ridge secondary is now planning a 40th reunion for June 20-22.
Coming soon, along with daffodils, and blossom trees, will be Maple Ridge’s 22nd annual Heritage Tea.
Hammond has remained a livable community, even though the commercial area has dwindled.
Christmas red bell street decorations have hung downtown Maple Ridge since 1966.
The Scouts, Rovers and Venturers who have help care for the cairn hope others who visit will read the plaque and examine the time capsule.
University Women’s Club left a legacy of proceeds from sale of its history of Maple Ridge.
local people found their way to the refreshing waters of the North and South Alouette rivers, Kanaka Creek and Whonnock Lake
Nice way to spend summer nights, tunes on the Fraser River
Artist has devoted his talents to decorating the interior of the Abbey and rectory that sits on Mission hill top
Ernie Poignant drew weekly cartoons for the Maple Ridge Gazette.
A column by Sheila Nickols, past president of the Maple Ridge Historical Society.
Haney Bingo Plex building, barber shop here since the 1960s
Charlotte’s father John Thomson had the task of raising his three girls with the help of other relatives and housekeepers.
Marking its birthday in early July with three days of special events.
This will be the 20th anniversary for this popular event.
Presentation featuring old photos of 224th Street in Maple Ridge on Thursday.
A column by the Maple Ridge Historical Society
Looking Back - a column by Sheila Nickols