The new Dinosaurs Unearthed exhibit at Metropolis at Metrotown is designed to inform and entertain kids and adults alike throughout these school-free summer months. I stopped by recently with my sister and my nephews to check things out and take their free guided tour. We started off at the Grand Court (where I have previously […]
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The Victoria Day long weekend is here. That’s right – somewhere between #snowmageddon and #bcvotes2009 spring happened and it’s time to get out and about. Here are some great ways to do just that with the entire family… Photo credit: BigA888 on Flickr Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair Friday May 15, 2009 – Monday May […]
It’s spring, it’s beautiful, and the Metro Vancouver area is buzzing with events and community activities. Here’s a quick eco-event roundup. Photo credit: penmachine on Flickr / penmachine.com Arbour Day in Surrey is May 2, 2009. There will be a tree planting event at Hjorth Road Park along with family-oriented games and activities. The 21st […]
This year’s Earth Day celebrations in Metro Vancouver aren’t just taking place April 22nd, but they’re spanning across a week and two full weekends. Here’s a quick rundown of events around the region. Evergreen’s Earth Day Kicking things off the weekend before Earth Day, Evergreen’s Earth Day will see the planting of 4,000 native trees […]
In honor of Duane’s birthday today, you should download the plugins his company’s created for WordPress such as WordTwit, WPtouch, and Cool Excerpt. Now, here’s what’s happening both on and offline. nonstopdesign / Nonstopdesign.com / Submitted to the Miss604 Group Pool According to News1130, Vancouver’s international image is suffering since news outlets across North America […]
I think the most blogging I’ve done in a 24 hour period usually happens on an annual basis during Blogathon, where bloggers are encouraged to join me in writing on their own sites for 24 hours straight, publishing 1 blog post every 30 minutes, and raising funds for charity. Turns out, the folks at BCIT […]