Archive for January, 2011

Langley Chiefs Prize Package

Comments 38 by Rebecca Bollwitt

We’re spoiled in Vancouver when it comes to hockey. We have an NHL team and a WHL team (here and in the valley) and not to mention we’re surrounded by community clubs. Heading outside of the downtown core, there’s even more hockey with BCHL teams in several cities including the Langley Chiefs who play at […]

Vancouver History: The Hotel Georgia

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

This morning it was announced that the Rosewood Hotel Georgia will officially open its doors on Saturday May 7th 2011, exactly 84 years to the day that the hotel first opened its doors in 1927. While it has been under construction and major renovations for the last few years, it was still an icon during […]

Robyn Michelle-Lee Photography

Comments 70 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Vancouver is very fortunate to have so many fantastic photographers covering events, being artistic, and hosting memorable sessions in private studios or at large. One of such talented individuals is Robyn Michelle-Lee Photography. While I only know Robyn so far from the online realm, we have common friends over at Nordica. Robyn – who specializes […]

Tales of the Cocktail Vancouver

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Tales of the Cocktail has been bringing mixologists, spirit enthusiasts, professionals and suppliers together for the last eight years with their festival in New Orleans. For the first time ever, the festival is going on tour and they have made Vancouver their very first destination — with plans to make the Vancouver edition an annual […]

Finding Top Family Arts Destinations with VancouverMom

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

It’s another big year for Vancouver as the city celebrates 125 years since its incorporation and to boot, it has been designated a Cultural Capital of Canada for 2011. This means we can expect public celebrations, exhibits, performances and more throughout the year (many of which are already listed on the CelebrateVancouver125 website). In honor […]