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All around Abbotsford, people are supporting one another and showing how they care. #abbycares is about getting through this time together. You can show how you care here, and share it with others.

The City will be sharing content here to help families stay active and engaged in their community, and to keep spirits high while we "Stay Together by Staying Apart" and inspire others.

Ideas for keeping spirits high:

  • Download our coloring sheet and share your window art at #abbycares.
  • Join in on the 7 PM SALUTE to our healthcare and frontline workers. Get out your cowbells, pots and pans and your best cheering voice. Share the video to #abbycares.
  • Decorate your sidewalks and driveways with sidewalk chalk. Use inspiring messages, fun drawings and take a photo and share it with #abbycares.
  • Check out our Community Events Calendar for some great live virtual entertainment from around the local community at abbotsford.ca.
  • Checkout the Parks, Recreation & Culture Facebook page for activities to keep you active and little ones entertained.

We are all in this together!
Share your stories and ideas below and on social media using #abbycares!

All around Abbotsford, people are supporting one another and showing how they care. #abbycares is about getting through this time together. You can show how you care here, and share it with others.

The City will be sharing content here to help families stay active and engaged in their community, and to keep spirits high while we "Stay Together by Staying Apart" and inspire others.

Ideas for keeping spirits high:

  • Download our coloring sheet and share your window art at #abbycares.
  • Join in on the 7 PM SALUTE to our healthcare and frontline workers. Get out your cowbells, pots and pans and your best cheering voice. Share the video to #abbycares.
  • Decorate your sidewalks and driveways with sidewalk chalk. Use inspiring messages, fun drawings and take a photo and share it with #abbycares.
  • Check out our Community Events Calendar for some great live virtual entertainment from around the local community at abbotsford.ca.
  • Checkout the Parks, Recreation & Culture Facebook page for activities to keep you active and little ones entertained.

We are all in this together!
Share your stories and ideas below and on social media using #abbycares!

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    Free Live Coding Workshop for Kids

    1 day ago

    Free, live coding workshops for kids | BC Gov News

    From creating online games to building websites, students now have access to free, live online coding workshops through the Ministry of Education website Keep Learning BC.

    “Students need programs that will lead to 21st-century careers,” said Rob Fleming, Minister of Education. “With new access to live, weekly workshops from across the country through Canada Learning Code, B.C. students can expand their coding education, while learning from experts through real-time programs designed for specific age groups that will help engage young minds.”

    Now available on Keep Learning BC, Canada Learning Code... Continue reading

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    Circle the Wagons

    by mcborseth, 3 days ago

    A group of Abbotsford ladies have been gathering behind our church on Friday afternoons to socialize from a distance and support one another. It started with an idea to "circle the wagons" so we could start meeting again in person. With COVID procedures in place we take our lawn chairs and meet in the park behind the church. Another lady shared this story with us. Which gave our gathering a deeper meaning.

    * A village where the women all washed clothes together at the river. When their fortunes changed and they all got washing machines the depression rates in the... Continue reading

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    STORM Drain Troopers Marking Program

    7 days ago

    Looking for something fun to do with the family that is both educational and makes an immediate difference? Our Storm Drain Troopers Marking Program provides you with the materials and training to make a difference in your neighbourhood! Help us remind everyone that what we put into the drain makes a difference to our environment. CLick on the link below to learn more!


    https://www.abbotsford.ca/Assets/2014+Abbotsford/Parks+Recreation+and+Culture/Parks/storm_drain_troopers_brochure.pdf

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    Senior Services in Abbotsford

    by archwayca, 21 days ago

    If you’re a senior and reside in Abbotsford, Archway Community Services is here to help during COVID and beyond. We offer many initiatives for seniors who need support living at home including: Meals on Wheels, the Better at Home Program and the Mobile Seniors Outreach Services.

    Available services include:

    • Grocery shopping and delivery
    • Meal preparation and delivery
    • Food Hampers
    • Prescription pickup and delivery
    • Phone and/or virtual friendly visits
    • Assistance with setting up online services for banking, pharmacy, grocery shopping and communication apps.
    • Referrals to other resources and programs as needed

    Seniors (65+) who need assistance can contact BC211 by dialing... Continue reading

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    Eugene Reimer Middle School "We Are Canada" Project

    by Mrs. Nerlap Kaur Sidhu, 21 days ago

    A community is a group of people living in the same place and having particular characteristics in common. As students our goal for the Eugene Reimer Middle School "We Are Canada" project was to have students across Canada recognize a bit of themselves in each other and in our community members. We are proud to share that this project connects and strengthens relationships between school, home and community. We wrote "I am" statements by reflecting on and asking ourselves the most difficult questions. Who Am I? and What do I stand for? This reflective process was authentic, meaningful and helped... Continue reading

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    Music Mondays with Paul Luongo, the Band & Choral Director from Abbotsford School of Integrated Arts (ASIA)

    22 days ago

    Paul Luongo, the Band & Choral Director from Abbotsford School of Integrated Arts, pulled together his contacts to create a musical performance with hopes of connecting and uplifting community! The performance features members of three different communities (Abbotsford, Langley, Surrey), two provinces (BC and Manitoba), two countries (Canada & US), and various musicians, young and old, from 5 different ensembles, coming together to make this song and arrangement possible.

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    Archway Community Services: Here to Help During COVID-19

    by archwayca, 23 days ago

    Archway is currently open but running limited or modified services during the COVID-19 outbreak. We have some staff in the office and we also have staff working remotely to assist clients online or via phone to limit in-person interactions. We are doing our part to help flatten the curve while also working to support our clients and the wider community through this difficult time.

    If possible, please call ahead before coming into our offices. 604-859-7681. You can also view information about our COVID-19 response, including essential programs, expanded services for local seniors and more by clicking here.


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    First Responders and Healthcare Workers.

    by GFrondall, about 1 month ago

    Thank you front line workers! we know we are not the professionals when it comes to keeping our community safe and healthy but we are the professionals at cleaning and sanitizing. To show our appreciation for the sacrifice our first responders and health care workers have made during this pandemic, we would like to provide a sanitation service for your vehicles and we would like to offer this service free of charge. Please stop by anytime between 8am and 3pm Tuesday April 28th to Friday May1st to have your vehicles sanitized. This will be a 20 min. process for our... Continue reading

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    Shout out to Legacy Dance Productions

    by DanceMama, about 1 month ago

    These amazing studio directors are keeping kids active through online classes even in these uncertain times. Thank YOU!!

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    Terry Fox Neighbouhood #Mathbombs!

    by Stella&Rocky, about 1 month ago


    Our friendly neighbourhood math teacher #mathbomed our sidewalks along Wren Crescent and up Babich Street Hill! What a fun way to keep the kids (and parents) learning through these difficult times! #abbycares

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