Celebrate City of Maple Ridge

Local heritage commission and historical society team up for a pair of events honouring the city's past.

The the Maple Ridge Community Heritage Commission, along with the Historical Society, the Maple Ridge Family History Group, and the Golden Ears Writers, invite the public to celebrate the City of Maple Ridge, past and present, with guest speakers Sheila Nickols, Darren Durupt and John Simms on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Maple Ridge library.

The event will feature stories about our community through talks, readings and performances.

The fun continues Saturday, at 7 p.m. as the Maple Ridge Friends of the Library  host their popular Quiz Night. The event will feature prizes and snacks. Tickets are $10 each and are available at the library.

• Call the Maple Ridge library at 604-467-7417 for more information.

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