Archive for July, 2014

August Events in Metro Vancouver


Thursday, July 31st, 2014 — 4:42pm PST
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There is no slowing down this month as August is packed with events, from the Squamish Days Logger Sports Festival to the Harmony Arts Festival, the Honda Celebration of Light, Pride Festivals (in New Westminster and Vancouver) and Vancouver TheatreSports League: TripImproviser if you’re looking for something indoors. This event list is updated frequently so […]

Downtown Squamish Getaway for Squamish Days Logger Sports Festival


Thursday, July 31st, 2014 — 9:14am PST
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Squamish Days are here! July 31st through August 4th the community will celebrate 100 Years of Squamish and the 57th annual Squamish Days Logger Sports Festival. The weekend will be packed with fun for the whole family, from participation in a 10km run to sitting back and enjoying a wacky parade and live music, showcasing […]

France Vancouver Fireworks Photos


Thursday, July 31st, 2014 — 8:14am PST
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The Honda Celebration of Light fireworks continued in Vancouver last night as hundreds of thousands people packed English Bay and the surrounding shores to watch France’s display. Beaches are getting full and boats are jockeying for position. No reported issues & great crowds. #Air1 photo pic.twitter.com/g2E3ZUYJnI — Vancouver Police (@VancouverPD) July 31, 2014 Thanks to […]

Vancouver Sunset Sailboat Cruise with Simplicity Sailing Charters


Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 — 9:44am PST
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We walked down to Coal Harbour from our place in the West End on a simmering, sunny afternoon and reached Harbour Green Park just as the Blue Heron pulled up to the dock. Cody from Simplicity Sailing Charters had reached out to me about coming for a sunset sail and I couldn’t possibly turn down […]

Archive Photos of the Day: Cordova Street


Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 — 11:14am PST
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Cordova Street, which runs through the most history-laden part of Vancouver, was once called Willow Street and Oppenheimer Street, before eventually being named after Don Antonio Maria Villaces y Cordova, Spanish Viceroy of Mexico thanks to L.A. Hamilton. 1886: View of Granville [Townsite] looking west from Westminster Ave (Main Street) and Oppenheimer (Cordova) Street. Archives# […]

Public Tours of BC Place


Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 — 9:14am PST
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BC Place is one of the easiest landmarks to spot on a map of Vancouver aside from Stanley Park. It’s an icon of our fair city, opening in June of 1983 and again in 2011 following $150 million in major renovations, it has hosted everything from the CFL, MLS, and the NHL Heritage Classic to […]

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