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Use books to find your way this summer

Maps, guide books and more at local library

Digging up history in local cemetery sites

The City of New Westminster was founded in early 1859, and the process of clearing land, making the river's edge into useable moorage for vessels, building houses and other buildings, laying out trails and roads, and many other items on the pioneers'
Get ready for annual Quayside fest

Get ready for annual Quayside fest

Popular annual event for local residents will return to the Quay this Saturday

Cool summer hits vendors

Ice-cream trucks have a harder time when Mother Nature forgets to turn up the heat

Local teen hopes to 'be the change'

Madeleine Clarkson inspired by youth event about change

Get inspired by travel at the New West library

Summer means travel, and travel means getting lost - unless you bring your map with you. The New Westminster Public Library has hundreds of maps you can borrow for use on your vacations.

Be a part of The Record online

Want to see your special moments published online? The theme is wide open: if it comes from the city of New West- minster, we want to see it! The Record has a variety of reader photo galleries on our website at www. royalcityrecord.

Paper Postcards

Want to be featured in Paper Postcards? Take a copy of the The Record along with you on your next trip. Take a photo of yourself in front of a scenic backdrop or landmark, holding the newspaper. Send your photos by email to postcards@royalcityrecord.

Climbing for a cause

Almost 10 years after running a halfmarathon and raising thousands of dollars for leukemia research in memory of her daughter, Marian Lowery is at it again.

'Naked Ladies' add variety to the garden

Very soon a spectacular fall flowerer with many names will be available in garden centres - today it's usually called Autumn Crocus after its flowering time and the shape of its large, goblet-shaped flowers in purple-pink, mauve or white.