Vancouver Public Space Network: PS I Love U

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The Vancouver Public Space Network (“VPSN”) has lunched PS (Public Space) I Love U, a photo hunt to celebrate the city’s public spaces. Registration is now open for the event which will take place Saturday, September 21st, 2013.

It’s pretty easy to find Vancouver’s more famous landmarks, like Science World and the Olympic Cauldron. But, do you know where your closest neighbourhood pop-up library is, or where Mountain View Cemetery’s first burial was laid to rest? We’ve compiled a checklist of the city’s hidden local treasures, some are well known and some… not so much. This five-hour photo hunt will challenge people to discover the fun public spaces that exist throughout the city. Our extensive list includes unconventional public art, community-inspired fixtures, and just fun and odd things that are exclusively Vancouver.

Vancouver, We Love You
Photo credit: bcbusinesshub on Flickr

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Photo credit: Stephen Reese & Matzuda & S. Vegas on Flickr

Late September is a great time to explore the city, even more so to participate in a public spaces photo hunt. To sign up your team for free or to read the official rules and event information, check out the PS I Love U website and follow on Twitter and Facebook.

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