5 Things To Do in Coquitlam This Week
Coquitlam is bustling with activity this week! School is out, vacations are starting, the weather is beautiful, and it’s the long weekend! Check out these 5 things you can do this week.
1. Purchase a Summer Child & Youth Pass!
For only $20, keep your kids active and entertained this summer! The Summer Child & Youth Pass gets your child (aged 0 to 18) unlimited access to Coquitlam’s numerous drop in activities and recreational facilities this month, without breaking the bank! Definitely take the time to check out all of these great drop-in activities included!
2. Play and Learn @ Coquitlam Centre Mall
When: June 29, 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Play while learning at Coquitlam Centre, with the CPL and SD43! This month’s theme is First Nations. Get a bookmark, a sticker towards a free book, and have your child participate in these fun, engaging monthly learning activities. Click to view the full event details!
3. Get To Know Your Neighbours in Westwood Plateau!
When: June 30, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Do you live in Westwood Plateau? Come out to Bramblewood Elementary for a Neighbourhood Night. This free family event will host light refreshments, children’s activities, neighbourhood safety discussions, and relationship building. June 30th, 6-8pm. Click here for the event page!
4. Share a Tiny Story!
Deadline: June 30th
Can you tell a story in just one paragraph? The Coquitlam Public Library’s Tiny Story Contest ends this June 30th. Enter this creative and whimsical contest for adults aged 16+ – your story could be selected to be read at the Coquitlam 125 celebration this July! Click here for full details.
5. Celebrate Canada Day!
When: July 1, 12:00pm to 10:30pm
One of the best festivals of the year! Join our incredible city for food, music, entertainment, family activities, fireworks, and recognizing Coquitlam’s past, present, and future. It’s also Coquitlam’s 125th birthday – get out your red and white and celebrate with us! Happy Canada Day!