Does pride exist after the Fall?

  Yesterday I went to Trout Lake Farmers Market with three family members. Although the weather wasn’t all that great the market was busy and bustling. The Trout Lake Farmers Market is on the edge of the park and set on a paved service road that parallels an alley. It is relatively narrow given the … Read moreDoes pride exist after the Fall?

Big Yoga for Big Sisters

  Big Yoga for Big Sisters 9am-3pm on July 8th 2017 Heywood Park, North Vancouver Big Yoga for Big Sisters- Vancouver Yogathon 9am to 3pm September 9th, 2017 David Lam Park, Vancouver   Big Yoga for Big Sisters is an all levels, all ages, fun filled yogathon event to raise much needed funds for mentoring … Read moreBig Yoga for Big Sisters

Summer Sounds Community Gathering: Reviving a Neighbourhood Tradition

Music & Community Return to Alexandra Park Event: Summer Sounds Community Gathering Venue: Haywood Bandstand in Alexandra Park (1755 Beach Avenue) Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017 Time: 12 to 8 p.m.    The Event: English Bay’s historic Haywood Bandstand will once again ring with music as the West End Arts Society (WE Arts) presents the second annual Summer Sounds Community … Read moreSummer Sounds Community Gathering: Reviving a Neighbourhood Tradition

GIVING VOICE – 13 Indigenous & Non-Indigenous Celebrating Musical Diversity and Creating A Cross-Cultural Musical Experience

Haida-Tsimshian musical duo Sister Says have teamed up with the Bill Reid Gallery and Christ Church Cathedral to present, Giving Voice, a cross-cultural musical experience on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at the Christ Church Cathedral at 7pm. This all ages event showcases 13 Indigenous and non-Indigenous performers combining the sounds of soul, blues, and hip-hop.   This musical celebration will … Read moreGIVING VOICE – 13 Indigenous & Non-Indigenous Celebrating Musical Diversity and Creating A Cross-Cultural Musical Experience

Main Street Bike Expo: Celebrating Creativity in Cycling 

The Main Street Bike Expo readies for June 10 celebration at The Ellis Building    Get tuned up for the inaugural Main Street Bike Expo taking place at the Ellis Building (1024 Main Street) on Saturday, June 10, 2017 from 11am to 6pm. Celebrating creativity in the cycling world, this exhibition integrates cycling/lifestyle brands, community networks and … Read moreMain Street Bike Expo: Celebrating Creativity in Cycling 

Dads Rule the Roost at H2 Rotisserie & Bar on Sunday, June 18

Father’s Day Feast starring rotisserie chicken kicks off The Westin Bayshore’s family-style Sunday Supper Series One day a year, it’s only right that we raise a glass to the roosters. That’s why The Westin Bayshore’s vibrant new H2 Rotisserie & Bar is giving props to Pops by launching its Sunday Supper Series on June 18 … Read moreDads Rule the Roost at H2 Rotisserie & Bar on Sunday, June 18

Celebrate World Oceans Day at Vancouver Aquarium on Thursday, June 8

  World Oceans Day is Thursday, June 8 and what better place to celebrate than at Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre? Visitors can immerse themselves in the aquatic world, learning about more about our oceans and connecting with the 50,000 fascinating marine creatures that live at Vancouver Aquarium. In addition to the everyday amazing experiences … Read moreCelebrate World Oceans Day at Vancouver Aquarium on Thursday, June 8

THE FAIR AT THE PNE UNVEILS 2017 LINE UP

  NEW PROGRAMMING, WORLD RENOWNED MUSICAL ACTS, AND RETURNING FAVOURITES     The Pacific National Exhibition (PNE) has unveiled its line-up for the 2017 Fair at the PNE, British Columbia’s most iconic event and beloved tradition for thousands of families from across the province. Featuring special shows to celebrate Canada 150th birthday, internationally acclaimed musical … Read moreTHE FAIR AT THE PNE UNVEILS 2017 LINE UP

Vancouver Farmers’ Markets now open for the season

Four summer markets have opened, or will open, this week including West End (Saturday), Mount Pleasant (Sunday), Main St. Station(Wednesday), and Downtown (Thursday)! There’s never been a better time than now to come out and shop with our local farmers. The cold, damp spring has resulted in a slow start to the season for growers across … Read moreVancouver Farmers’ Markets now open for the season