around young ska and punk rock bands. Bands originating in Chilliwack include: These Kids Wear Crowns, Mystery Machine (Mystery Machine (band)), and The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Chilliwack also has a thriving classical music community, featuring the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and the Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra. The drumline from Sardis Secondary School played at several venues during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Chilliwack also offers many other community events and classes throughout the year. The Downtown Chilliwack Business Improvement Association hosts free concerts and activities in the downtown core each Friday evening during the months of July and August, called "Party in the Park". "Music and More" is another free summer event that takes place each Wednesday throughout July and August, with kids' activities at noon and concerts in the evening. This event is presented by numerous local arts groups working together, and the Chilliwack Community Arts Council. Another annual event that is a corn maze, where the public are invited to roam in the farmers' fields when the crops of corn are at their highest. Despite their name, the band Chilliwack (Chilliwack (band)) actually formed, and is based, in nearby Vancouver. Performing arts The Chilliwack Cultural Centre is a performing arts venue located in downtown Chilliwack. The building is home to the Chilliwack Players' Guild (the resident theatre company), as well as the Chilliwack Academy of Music, which provides high-level music instruction and programming in all styles, for students of all ages and abilities. Expert instruction is offered on a variety of instruments as well as through group classes and by performing ensembles led by highly trained and experienced faculty. The UFV theatre is a 206-seat thrust stage venue belonging to the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) (University of the Fraser Valley) Theatre Department. UFV produces three or four mainstage shows each year, as well as the annual directors' festival featuring student directors and performers from UFV (University of the Fraser Valley), Capilano University, Thompson Rivers University, University of Victoria, UBC (University of British Columbia) and Douglas College. Commons:Category:Chilliwack, British Columbia Wikipedia:Chilliwack, British Columbia
of the New Westminster-Yale Wagon Road, Wellington Avenue and Young Road, called "Five Corners". A large subdivision called Centreville was built in 1881. The name "Centreville" was replaced In 1887 by the more popular "Chilliwhack." The area was incorporated in 1908 as a separate municipality, the City of Chilliwack. The city and the township co-existed for 72 years. In 1984, they merged to form the District of Chilliwack. The District of Chilliwack became
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. They became the Victoria Royals WHL hockey team in 2011. Community sports include hockey, lacrosse, softball, soccer, football, baseball and swimming. The Canadian Junior Football League's Chilliwack Huskers play at Exhibition Stadium (Exhibition Stadium (Chilliwack)). Chilliwack's minor baseball Cougars were the 2006 Western Canadian tier 2 champions. Chilliwack hosted the 2007-2008 Synchronized Skating Canadian Championships at the Prospera Centre.
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other community events and classes throughout the year. The Downtown Chilliwack Business Improvement Association hosts free concerts and activities in the downtown core each Friday evening during the months of July and August, called "Party in the Park". "Music and More" is another free summer event that takes place each Wednesday throughout July and August, with kids' activities at noon and concerts in the evening. This event is presented by numerous local arts groups working
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Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association was organized in 1958 with the opening of the former Coliseum arena and has featured presidents such as Dave Soltys. Climate Chilliwack's mild climate with limited extremes provides excellent growing conditions for a wide variety of crops and agricultural products. In fact, when averaged from 1981 to 2010, Chilliwack had the warmest mean temperature for any city in Canada. Commons:Category:Chilliwack, British Columbia Wikipedia:Chilliwack, British Columbia
; ref The Chilliwack School of Performing Arts provides training in acting, singing and dancing to children ages 3–18 at the Chilliwack Arts Centre. Festivals Annual events and festivals include: * Chilliwack Bluegrass Festival * Christmas Craft Market Museums * Canadian Military Education Centre
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'''Chilliwack''' is a city in British Columbia, Canada. It has long been a predominantly agricultural community, but with an estimated population of 80,000 people, it has become more urban. Chilliwack is the seat of the Fraser Valley Regional District and its second largest city. This city is surrounded by mountains and recreational areas such as Cultus Lake (Cultus Lake, British Columbia) and Chilliwack Lake Provincial Parks. It is fifty miles southeast of Vancouver. There are many outdoor activities in the area, including hiking, horseback riding, biking, camping, fishing, and golf.