Archive of posts tagged "Gulf of Georgia Cannery"

Halloween Activities at Historic Sites Around Vancouver


Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 — 4:01pm PDT
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At least a century of stories spill from the shadows and dark corners of some of our region’s most historic sites and they’re hosting some very special events this Halloween to tell their tales (and have some fun). Halloween Activities at Historic Sites Around Vancouver 2017 Britannia Mine Museum What: Spoo-ook-tacular Halloween Weekend Where: Britannia […]

10 Easter Egg Hunts in Metro Vancouver


Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 — 10:44am PDT
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It’s that time of year! Tulips and daffodils, chocolates and hot cross buns, and a lot of family fun at community events. There’s a big list of activities around the region this long weekend but I’ve picked out 10 Easter Egg Hunts in Metro Vancouver to give you a head start on planning: 1. Easter […]

Spring Break at the Cannery in Steveston


Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 — 6:58pm PDT
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Visit the Gulf of Georgia Cannery this spring break for some family fun. This National Historic Site commemorates the fishing and canning industry off Canada’s Pacific Coast through exhibits, activities, films, and events. Spring Break at the Cannery March 13 – March 24, 2017 During Spring Break, kids 6-11 years can pick up a Parks […]

Spring Break at 3 National Historic Sites Near Vancouver


Thursday, March 10th, 2016 — 2:29pm PDT
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Discover the past and enjoy unique family-friendly activities at some of our local National Historic Sites near Vancouver this Spring Break. Britannia Mine Museum, Britannia Beach What: Spring Break at the Britannia Mine Museum When: March 19th to 27th, 2016 Spring Break Programming: Daily hands-on activities and events featuring historical photo talks, preview demos behind […]

Halloween Activities for Families at 3 Historic Sites


Tuesday, October 13th, 2015 — 3:03pm PDT
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At least a century of stories spill from the shadows and dark corners of some of our region’s most historic sites and they’re opening up on Halloween to tell their tales. Britannia Mine Museum What: Spoo-ook-tacular Halloween Where: Britannia Mine Museum (1 Forbes Way, Britannia Beach up the Sea to Sky) When: October 31st and […]