Tasting Games Battle for the ‘Best Wine Taster in BC’ Hit Penticton

Rhys Pender, MW, led the games, following an introduction by Arnica Rowan of Terroir Consulting. The agency, which developed the event, is a wine research and development firm based out of Kelowna. Pender began by introducing the three panelists and told us a bit about how the games would work.

FAIRMONT HOTEL VANCOUVER INVITES PUBLIC TO CELEBRATE 80 YEARS ON MAY 24TH

To celebrate its 80th anniversary, Fairmont Hotel Vancouver invites the public to drop in on May 24th

Vancouver’s most anticipated beer festival celebrates ten years

Vancouver’s most anticipated beer festival celebrates ten years Vancouver Craft Beer Week Festival returns to the PNE Fairgrounds June 8 and 9 Celebrating 10 years of craft beer and craft beer culture, the most anticipated craft beer and cider festival in Western Canada returns to the PNE Fairgrounds June 8 and 9, 2019, for a … Read moreVancouver’s most anticipated beer festival celebrates ten years

Bells and Whistles Hosts Viewing of ‘The Big Lebowski’ as Part of New Sunday Night Movie Series on May 26

The Bells and Whistles Sunday Night Movie Series continues with Jurassic Park on May 19, Dumb & Dumber on June 2, Rush Hour on June 9 and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective on June 16.

Livingspace Celebrates 30th Anniversary with $2-Million Redesign and Expansion

Housed in a 1930’s-era printing factory in the Armoury District of Vancouver, Livingspace has added the fifth floor to its showroom, which features an unexpected rooftop garden courtyard and brings the store’s footprint to an impressive 30,000 square feet.

Vancouver’s Windfall Cider celebrates one-year with event at The Garden Strathcona

The evening features both of Windfall’s popular ciders: Jackpot, a dry craft cider made with BC dessert apples with a hint of tropical fruit on the palate; and Hail Mary, a rosé cider featuring a delicate blend of BC apples and ripe Saskatoon berries.

Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon Celebrates Second Year of “Home for Dinner” Initiative

Home for Dinner returns in full force with a new goal of surpassing last year’s impressive total. Residents throughout B.C. and the Yukon are encouraged to participate with options to eat in – preparing a meal at home for family and friends, and encouraging guests to donate in lieu of wine or gifts; or eat out – hosting a restaurant meal with guests repaying the host’s generosity by donating their share to Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon.