The Breakfast Club of Canada’s mission is to nourish children’s potential by making sure that as many of them have access to a healthy morning meal before school as possible, in an environment that allows their self-esteem to grow and flourish.
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.
North Pole-inspired interactive festival to take place at Concord Pacific Place The Aurora Winter Festival today released renderings confirming the large-scale interactive holiday experience will open this November at Vancouver’s Concord Pacific Place. The family-friendly festival will offer elements inspired by the North Pole including mystical characters, captivating light displays, ice-skating on a frozen river, … Read more Vancouver Welcomes the Aurora Winter Festival this Holiday Season
Desert Park Exhibition Society is offering school children a free barn tour of joust horses May 18 at 10am at Desert Park Race Track as a prelude to the Annual Osoyoos Medieval Faire. This is a perfect way for the children and their parents to better understand the Jousting displays on the May long weekend. … Read more A MEDIEVAL JOUSTING TOUR FOR CHILDREN
Colours, Shapes, Friendship – CTYP’s play for little ones takes on big themes The charming Bee Stage returns this June with We Three, a world premiere by award-winning Vancouver playwright Meghan Gardiner, three characters explore colour, shapes, music, friendships and being true to one’s self through a gentle, immersive first play experience for babies, … Read more Carousel Theatre for Young People – We Three
In an era of remote controlled toys and recommended screen time, Carousel Theatre For Young People’s latest production, The Velveteen Rabbit, offers kids, parents and grandparents a bridge to a simpler time. Based on Margery Williams’ children’s book and adapted for the stage by playwright Kevin Del Aguila, the story is one of hope, resilience … Read more Two toddler thumbs up for Carousel Theatre – The Velveteen Rabbit