Well, it’s mid-October and I have no idea how that happened. As the time has been whizzing past me lately I suddenly realized that we’re half way to Halloween. This means pumpkin patches, haunted trolley tours, Fright Nights and Halloween train rides at Stanley Park and Bear Creek Park. Photo credit: ri.co on Flickr Stanley […]
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LiveCity for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games is the name for the public celebration sites that will be hosted around downtown Vancouver. Back in March cutbacks were announced but today the City revealed that it’s all about the party. LiveCity Vancouver includes two dynamic celebration sites in downtown Vancouver that will be open to the […]
Tomorrow afternoon the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games Canadian team retail apparel will be revealed. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Hbc is once again the apparel designer of the official clothing (for both the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Teams) and they’re hosting a free public event that will feature the following: 12:00 – 12:15 DJ […]
This Sunday Vancouver’s location of the world-famous Toni & Guy Salon will be hosting a “Pay What You Want” event with proceeds going to the David Suzuki Foundation. Participants will be able to select their choice of haircut from the new Toni & Guy Puritan Collection (images below) and they pay whatever price they like. […]
Photo credit: sherlock77 on Flickr Two new ice rinks are opening next week and to celebrate, the Vancouver Parks Board is hosting free family skating events. Trout Lake Ice Rink (3350 Victoria Drive at East 15th Avenue) Official Opening Ceremonies Thursday, September 24 – 5:15 to 5:45pm Free Public Skate 6:30 to 8:00pm The Trout […]