The city of Port Coquitlam is celebrating May Day, the annual parade is Saturday, May 11th beginning at 11am, the parade includes marching bands, floats and much more, the parade toute is Shaughnessy Street to Elgin, Elgin to Mary Hill, Mary Hill to Hawthorne ending on Tyner (keep in mind road closures are in effect as of 9am). You must not forget about the post parade party in Leigh Square with lots of fun activities such a live band, kids activities, an emergency preparedness fair, the May Dazing Race and a historical trolley tour (from 1-3:30pm).
Another important day coming up next weekend is Mother’s Day. If you are in Port Coquitlam next Sunday from 8:30-3 at Aggie Park there is a picnic event with either a pancake breakfast or lunch by the Kinsmen Club, this event features; Countryside Kennel’s Pet Contest, Bell E Buttons the clown, story time, a magician and dancers.
For more information on these two great Port Coquitlam events please visit the city of Port Coquitlam's website.
On a work related topic the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver has released a news release for the statistics on last month’s market, the board is now saying that there is a closer relationship between home buyer demand and the supply of homes for sale which is causing a stabilizing effect on home prices in the Greater Vancouver market over the past three months. “While the number of home sales remains below average, properties that are priced right are selling and we’re seeing greater balance between buyer demand and the number of homes listed for sale. This is having a steadying influence on home prices in the region,” says Sandra Wyant, REBGV president. If you would like the full report please visit Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver’s site. I would gladly answer any questions you have about the ever changing market in your neighborhood, please feel free to contact me anytime email@example.com or 604-468-0010.
Hope everyone has a chance to get out and enjoy this fantastic summer like weather, don’t forget to apply the sunscreen, there were many record temperatures broken over the weekend (22 on Saturday & 37 Sunday) with many more expected to be broken today!