Archive for June, 2017

Variety Kids Can Gets a Boost from Vancouver Entrepreneur

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This past March, Variety – The Children’s Charity of BC launched the Variety Kids Can campaign in order to attract increased funding towards Variety BC’s core grant areas, as well as provide new opportunities to expand on the ways the charity can help the kids and families it serves. To kick off the campaign, the […]

Memories of Stardust Contest

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There’s going to be one last chance to lace up and rollerskate at Stardust in Surrey on July 8th and after the doors close for good, the whole building will be gone forever. If you were a Stardust regular, celebrated a birthday there, attended a class party there, did a rollathon, air band battle, or […]

Adults-Only Nights at Playland

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An evening of craft beer, signature cocktails, fun food and… exhilarating rides! For the first time ever Playland is dedicating every Friday night this July to adults-only evenings. The grounds will be fully licensed so guests can enjoy their favourite beverage throughout the park while enjoying the games and rides. Adults-Only Nights at Playland When: […]

Vancouver Art Gallery Plaza Reopens

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The Vancouver Art Gallery Plaza, one of the most popular meeting places in the city, is set to reopen on Saturday June 24th after being closed for a massive revitalization effort. The opening will coincide with the Vancouver Jazz Festival‘s Downtown Jazz series, which will feature performances throughout the day to show off the new […]

Dominion Days Festival at Historic Stewart Farm

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Gravel from the driveway crunched under my tires as the sweet aroma of plum blossoms wafted through my open car window. The ocean breeze tumbled over Crescent Beach and up the Nicomekl River, making boughs dance at Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm. Parking by Stewart Hall, which is currently home to a Canada 150 exhibit, I […]