Archive of posts tagged "thanksgiving"

October Events in Metro Vancouver


Wednesday, September 28th, 2016 — 5:37pm PDT
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October events and activities happening around Metro Vancouver including Thanksgiving Long Weekend and Halloween attractions. October 1-31, 2016 event listings.

Granville Island Turkey Trot 2016


Tuesday, September 27th, 2016 — 9:16am PDT
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Run and give in the spirit of Thanksgiving at the annual Granville Island Turkey Trot. This annual event brings together community in a celebration of Thanksgiving – demonstrating our gratitude for sport and our commitment to supporting others. A hallmark event, the Granville Island Turkey Trot features a fun 10KM race on Thanksgiving Monday, October […]

Things to do in Vancouver Thanksgiving Long Weekend


Monday, October 5th, 2015 — 10:25pm PDT
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Things to do in Vancouver Thanksgiving Long Weekend: Friday, October 9, 2015; Saturday, October 10, 2015; Sunday, October 11, 2015; Monday, October 12, 2015. Activities and events in and around Vancouver, BC.

Granville Island Turkey Trot


Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 — 10:04am PDT
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Spend time with your family and friends on Thanksgiving weekend with good food, good fun, and a good workout! The 18th Granville Island Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day is a 10km run, walk, or stroll and this year they have added a Kids Fun Run the day before. Granville Island Turkey Trot When: Sunday, October […]

Things to do in Vancouver Thanksgiving Long Weekend


Thursday, October 9th, 2014 — 6:44pm PDT
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While the forecast for Thanksgiving long weekend in Vancouver isn’t looking very bright, the events and activities calendar is beaming with family fun. From spooky Halloween-themed attractions in Vancouver opening up to pumpkin patch visits or checking out the cranberry festival for some seasonal fun. Photo credit: Ann Badjura on Flickr Things to do in […]

Pumpkin Patches in Richmond and Ladner


Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 — 11:14am PDT
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Pumpkins are a hot commodity at this time of year, either for baking in pies and cooking up delicious treats, or using as centrepieces, decorations, and of course carving Jack O’Lanterns. Last year I wrote a Guide to Pumpkins in Metro Vancouver for Tourism Vancouver so this year I’m going to focus on specific locations. […]