Get your tickets to see Jim Cuddy at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on February 26th at 7:30pm.
Looking to get into puzzles this year? Visit the Sardis Library from February 2nd-3rd for the annual puzzles sale with reasonable prices. Bring your gently used puzzles to the Sardis Library starting from January 2nd to receive coupons for half price on selected puzzles.
The Total Makeover Challenge is a 4 month self-improvement program that educates and encourages women to reach their highest potential in personal health, fitness and self-confidence. Registration for this exciting event opens on December 1st, 2017.
Start your Christmas shopping at the Chilliwack Christmas Craft Market from November 17-19th. The market takes place at the Chilliwack Heritage Park and admission is $4 per person (kids 10 & under are free).
Reapers Haunted Attraction is the scariest indoor theatrical horror experience in Western Canada. An insane asylum themed haunt bringing the horrors of crazed patients to twisted Doctors and Hospital staff.
Join local businesses and community partners for the 3rd Annual Garrison Village Festival! This free community-driven event features endless shopping opportunities from a selection of talented artisans and Village-based retailers, live music and entertainment, kids’ activities, face painting, bouncy castles, fun and games from local community groups, food trucks, prizes, and more!
The B.C. Battle of the Wake is the most northwestern wake surf event on the continent. This first time event is sanctioned by the Competitive WakeSurf Association and presented by Kanuk Board Co, a Chilliwack producer of custom wake surf boards.
Chilliwack is a amazing community, which contains a rich diversity of talented farmers, artisans, bakers, and more. That Local Market takes place every Saturday from June 17th to September 9th at the Central Community Park in Chilliwack.
Come enjoy a FREE family event happening at the Yarrow Community School on May 27th from 2-7pm. Rain or shine! Admission & parking is free for the whole family. We will have a bouncy castle, live entertainment, a large artisan market, activities for the whole family, a raffle with amazing prizes, and much more.
For 20 minutes, 29 riders power one Big Bike. On event day, one of our drivers will accompany you as you pedal through your community and celebrate your accomplishments. While you pedal, you literally stop traffic to support critical heart disease and stroke research. But be warned: The minute you stop, you’ll want to climb right back on. It’s that much fun!
The RIDE TO LIVE is a fundraising event for prostate cancer. The is the 8th year for the event in Chilliwack. The ride is a poker run that ends with a lunch, entertainment and prizes. All money raised from the event supports Prostate Cancer Foundation BC and its research and survivorship programs. All money raised from the Ride to Live raffle goes directly to support the Reef Knot Kit program. The kits are sent free of charge to all newly diagnosed patients in BC. A wealth of information; they help the newly diagnosed man make some very important decisions regarding treatment and support.
Local musical talent electrifies the Rotary Hall stage with The Centre Rocks!
The Chilliwack Arts & Cultural Centre Society will team up with musicians from our very own back yard to bring the community exciting rock concerts at The Centre throughout the year.
Dive into the world of clay, and discover the magic!
Can you believe that a soft lump of clay can become a frog, a cup, or a castle? With your imagination, it can become anything! Come explore the magic of clay and see it transform into a multitude of wonderful things.
Come celebrate Christmas 2016 Cultus Lake style at the Cultus Lake Community Hall! Sing Christmas Carols, enjoy local entertainment, win door prizes, visit with neighbours and enjoy refreshments. The event takes place on Wednesday, December 14th at 7pm.
Therapy dogs and volunteers from St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dog program will listen to children who want to improve their reading skills. When a child reads with a dog, they start to relax and forget about feeling nervous about reading.
On November 12th at 7:30 p.m., The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus invite you to be dazzled by the wondrous unity of movement and beautiful music as they present CIRQUE to begin their 2016-17 concert series. Back again by popular demand, guest performers featured with the orchestra are “Blink Acro,” the Fraser Valley Academy of Dance, and local dancer/contortionist, Zoey Howe.
The Chilliwack Corn Maze has been a Lower Mainland favourite fall venue for years. With their impressive 12 acre corn maze, indoor hay bale maze, giant jumping pillow, pedal carts, duck races, corn train, petting zoo, tire mountain, fire pit, and more, there is absolutely no shortage of activities.
Petey’s Pumpkin Patch offers much more than just farm fresh pumpkins, with a massive indoor space featuring a train, mazes, music, BBQ concession, Petey the giant pumpkin, and wagon rides out into the beautiful pumpkin patch.
The 144th Annual Chilliwack Fair in on August 5-7, 2016!
There’s so much to see and do. It’s a fun filled family event including live music, pony rides, tractor pullers, a dog show, cooking show, food vendors and much more!
Chillwack’s most popular free public event is back for 4 Fridays of fun in July with Party in the Park 2016!
Join the Chilliwack community July 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th for the event.
Come and enjoy complimentary live music, face painting, mini golf, bouncy castle, children’s crafts, local restaurants and specialty food trucks!
A 2 day Expo with vendors catering to children and parents needs from the baby bump all the way until launching them out of the house. There will be speakers covering a multitude of subjects, information booths, entertainment and kids activity areas for all ages.
Admission is $5. 12 and under are Free.
Adults only, of course!
Looking for a unique way to uncork your creativity? Come join us in an evening full Sipsof artsy fun with friends as we create and sample wine. Local artist, Pat Gerlach, will lead you step by step through the process of unleashing your inner Van Gogh. Paint, canvas, brushes and wine are provided. Every skill level welcome.
You can almost smell the fresh-cut pine logs and the sweat of lumberjacks as you watch them jiving to a traditional folk soundtrack.
The young circus troupe hails from a small town called Saint-Alphonse-Rodriguez and they have clearly drawn upon their country roots to find inspiration and energy for this unique creative project. Timber ! is clearly off the beaten track. The show’s creators designed unusual acrobatic apparatus inspired directly from the forestry resources available on their real-life family farm. The experience feels and smells authentic. The artists perform incredible feats of aerial acrobatics that are directly inspired by the natural raw materials of the forest and the equipment used on the farm.