Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive Association celebrates the 9th annual ‘Light Up The Vines’ event to celebrate the holiday season. This free event welcomes visitors to tour along Bottleneck Drive and visit wineries, cideries, breweries, and distilleries who have decorated their vineyards, orchards and tasting rooms for the holidays.
David Sedaris’ The SantaLand Diaries Our #FridayFavourites cover a bit more than usual so you don’t miss out on upcoming fun things to do for the holidays. East Meets West : Vancouver Collaborative Feast LUMIERE TO ILLUMINATE WEST END’S PUBLIC SPACES: ANNUAL EVENT RETURNS TO JIM DEVA PLAZA AND MORTON PARK … Read more
Experience VanDusen Festival of Lights, a magical winter wonderland with over one million lights decorating VanDusen Botanical Garden open from December 1 to January 2. This year we’ve expanded the show and all tickets include a free ride on our new carousel! Stroll with friends and family through interactive themed areas, enjoy the famous … Read more
Still time to enjoy the Holiday delights of Vancouver Tourism Vancouver’s list of Vancouver holiday and more experiences The Capilano Suspension Bridge is twinkling with thousands of lights. Skate on a frozen pond 3,700 feet above Vancouver. Grouse Mountain becomes Vancouver’s very own North Pole during the holidays with Christmas crafts and holiday movies in … Read more
There is nothing more romantic and stunning than a million “stars” shining through raindrops that trickle off your umbrella. Yes, Vancouvers rain season is back but that shouldn’t stop you from embracing the beauty of the Festival of Lights at VanDusen Botanical Gardens. It’s been 30 years and they’re still going strong! Take a stroll through … Read more
VanDusen Botanical Garden—one of North America’s top public gardens—kicks off the holiday season with the launch of Festival of Lights (FOL). With more than 100,000 visitors in December 2013, FOL is one of Vancouver’s most popular winter events and a holiday tradition for many. More than one million lights will decorate four hectares (10 … Read more