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Celebrate vinyl music and frothy beer this month in New West

Celebrate vinyl music and frothy beer this month in New West

Spend an evening browsing records, and clinking beer mugs, at Steel & Oak's annual Analog Vinyl Fair in New Westminster.
This New West artist has been attracting nests since 2014

This New West artist has been attracting nests since 2014

Nests from around the world have found a way into the studio and paintings of New West-based artist Marney-Rose Edge, who will be part of Vancouver's Eastside Culture Crawl 2022.
War and oppression in the spotlight in New Westminster play

War and oppression in the spotlight in New Westminster play

You can catch the Douglas College production of Mad Forest from Nov.10 to 14.
For this Indigenous dance company, every show is family time

For this Indigenous dance company, every show is family time

Generations of the Indigenous Damelahamid family work together to preserve their artform, one dance at a time – and they’re coming to New West this month.
Royal City Musical Theatre returning to New Westminster stage

Royal City Musical Theatre returning to New Westminster stage

Crazy For You was shut down by COVID-19 just before it opened. Three years later, it's finally coming to the Massey stage.
LOLGBT: Queer-themed sketch comedy for New Westminster teens

LOLGBT: Queer-themed sketch comedy for New Westminster teens

Check out the new session led by TikTok sensation Dandy at Eighth & Eight Creative Spaces.
We Deserve to Work: Self-advocates bring play to New Westminster

We Deserve to Work: Self-advocates bring play to New Westminster

There are half a million people with intellectual disabilities of working age in Canada — but only 25% of them have jobs.
Explore The Grief of Green at New Westminster gallery

Explore The Grief of Green at New Westminster gallery

Artist Julia Soderholm reflects on how we look to the earth for solace in times of uncertainty.
This local photographer turned old anonymous portraits into new works of art

This local photographer turned old anonymous portraits into new works of art

What do you do with old black-and-white photos of people you have never met? Photographer Paul Gravett turns them into abstract art.
Explore B.C.'s haunted history at New West literary night

Explore B.C.'s haunted history at New West literary night

Where are the most haunted places in B.C.? Join author Gina Armstrong at Tellers of Short Tales to find out.
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