Andrea Rendall

From left, Holly McKeen, Herman Venema and Judy Hurley are three of 13 artists who are part of the group show Fibre, Earth & Fire in the Art Gallery at the Cultural Centre.

Texture the star at gallery showing

Fibre, earth and fire come together in a breath-taking display of visual arts at the Chilliwack Art Gallery in the Cultural Centre now through June 23.

From left, Holly McKeen, Herman Venema and Judy Hurley are three of 13 artists who are part of the group show Fibre, Earth & Fire in the Art Gallery at the Cultural Centre.

Industry becomes Social starring Trick Trick and D12

A former night club in Chilliwack is reopening its doors with a new look and a new name. Industry Night Club has reopened its doors as Social Night Club, under new management and tons of renovations.

Jim MacDonald (centre), emergency program coordinator for the City of Chilliwack, gets help from two Emergency Social Services volunteers to display some of the tent cots that are stored in this trailer during a press conference at City Hall on Thursday. This is one of two trailers which was partially paid for by an $11,250 grant from Farm Credit Canada. Both trailers are currently stocked full of 75 cots each, plus other supplies necessary to set up an emergency shelter if needed in Chilliwack.

Chilliwack emergency response gets a boost

Chilliwack’s Emergency Social Services (ESS) Program received an $11,250 grant from Farm Credit Canada (FCC) to assist with the purchase of two trailers that will help ESS volunteers better serve the city should a disaster or emergency occur. The grant from the AgriSpirit Fund, along with public donations, will help up to 150 evacuees or people needing immediate shelter, food and clothing.

Jim MacDonald (centre), emergency program coordinator for the City of Chilliwack, gets help from two Emergency Social Services volunteers to display some of the tent cots that are stored in this trailer during a press conference at City Hall on Thursday. This is one of two trailers which was partially paid for by an $11,250 grant from Farm Credit Canada. Both trailers are currently stocked full of 75 cots each, plus other supplies necessary to set up an emergency shelter if needed in Chilliwack.
Artist Rhonda Simmonds sits among her latest show, Solemate, at the Ranger Station Art Gallery in Harrison Hot Springs. The show runs now until the end May 27.

Solemate explores relationships through shoes

Show runs at Ranger Station through to May 27

Artist Rhonda Simmonds sits among her latest show, Solemate, at the Ranger Station Art Gallery in Harrison Hot Springs. The show runs now until the end May 27.
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