There’s going to be one last chance to lace up and rollerskate at Stardust in Surrey on July 8th and after the doors close for good, the whole building will be gone forever. If you were a Stardust regular, celebrated a birthday there, attended a class party there, did a rollathon, air band battle, or […]
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Gravel from the driveway crunched under my tires as the sweet aroma of plum blossoms wafted through my open car window. The ocean breeze tumbled over Crescent Beach and up the Nicomekl River, making boughs dance at Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm. Parking by Stewart Hall, which is currently home to a Canada 150 exhibit, I […]
Celebrate Canada Day on Robson Street with street hockey, shopping, lobster rolls, mini cupcakes, s’mores, music, art installations, and much more! The Robson Street and West End Business Improvement Associations (“RSBA” and “WEBIA”) will host a variety of events and activities on July 1st from 11:00am to 4:00pm. The sidewalks from Burrard to Denman will […]
In celebration of 150 years of music in Canada, Yaletown will be hosting five days of free outdoor jazz. Let’s Hear it for Yaletown takes place the week leading up to Canada day, the neighborhood will be serenaded with the sounds of live Canadian jazz bands at lunchtime and after work. Let’s Hear it for […]
Explore the city with free, all-ages public tours of interesting and unusual buildings in Vancouver this Saturday at Doors Open Vancouver (“DOV”). You can tour hidden gems and architectural treasures within the city that showcase unique design, history, heritage or function. Each site featured during the event displays a significant part of Vancouver’s evolving story. […]