Archive for the category "surrey"

5 Activities That Are Free on Family Day in Vancouver

Monday, February 1st, 2016 — 12:57pm PST
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Family Day in BC is for spending time with loved ones and one thing that can make that an even better experience is the lack of a price tag or admission ticket. Photo credit: BC Gov Photos – Submitted to the Miss604 Flickr Pool Free on Family Day in Vancouver Free family skate (rentals included) […]

February Events in Metro Vancouver

Monday, February 1st, 2016 — 11:33am PST
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Go for a rainy waterfall walk, a snowshoe, or a stroll in Stanley Park as February warms up and date days, and nights, abound. There are some great theatrical productions on throughout the month, choir and orchestra performances, some walking tours, festivals, markets, and it’s also the last month for you to enjoy Skating at […]

Stardust Roller Rink Reunion

Friday, January 8th, 2016 — 12:09pm PST
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Stardust Roller Rink was a staple of growing up in the Surrey area and just as Amy Reid writes in The Now Newspaper, everyone has a Stardust story. In fact in my popular post “Signs You Grew Up in Surrey in the 90s” Stardust in Whalley is the site of some of the most-recalled memories. […]

Drone Video of Outdoor Skating in Surrey

Thursday, January 7th, 2016 — 7:33am PST
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Three days ago, Christian LeBlanc uploaded a video to YouTube called “This Is Why I Fly A Drone”, and since that time it has been viewed over 26,000 times (to date). On a chilly winter day, the travel vlogger captured a very “Canadian” moment as families and friends gathered to ice skate on what appears […]

Where to Recycle Your Christmas Tree in Vancouver, Surrey, Langley

Friday, January 1st, 2016 — 7:14am PST
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Tree chipping events & where to recycle your Christmas tree in Vancouver, Surrey, Langley this January 2016.

Polar Bear Swim New Year’s Day Vancouver, White Rock, North Vancouver

Tuesday, December 29th, 2015 — 11:14am PST
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It was in 1920 that Peter Pantages created the Polar Bear Swim Club in Vancouver and the brisk ocean dip has been a New Year’s Day tradition for the last 96 years. Peter Pantages on a snowy Vancouver beach in 1927. Archives# CVA 99-1786. Polar Bear Swim Vancouver The Vancouver Polar Bear Swim takes place […]