Archive for the category "christmas"

Welcome to East Van 12 Days of Giving

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

There’s nothing like instilling and celebrating a sense of community pride, like Rob Geary and Luis Galvan of Welcome to East Van have done since they started the brand in 2006. The goal was to inspire the community to embrace, develop, and evolve its identity. This year, like last year, they’re running the “12 Days […]

Great Canadian Craft Fair: Holiday Edition Vancouver

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Great Canadian Craft Fair: Holiday Edition is taking over the Salt Building near False Creek this Saturday and Sunday. Look out for a cozy holiday craft village full of today‚Äôs brightest + best indie makers from The Lower Mainland and beyond, as well as hands-on workshops, music, food, hot-cocoa, and more! Skip the over […]

Vancouver Experience Gift Guide

Comments 4 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Click here for the 2014 Gift Guides Struggling to find the right gift for the person who seems to have everything? How about giving the gift of a truly ‘Vancouver’ experience? There’s always something to explore, learn, sip, taste, and even paddle around here so I thought I would highlight some unique experiences that you […]

My Little Green Shop Giveaway

Comments 83 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Vancouver-based My Little Green Shop is a hip online boutique that carries hundreds of healthy and environmentally sustainable products for kids and families. From organic swaddle blankets and cotton diapers, to bamboo eating utensil and BPA-free food containers. They also offer a variety of fun and stylish clothing, bags, accessories, stationary and toys. Mindful of […]

DTES Women’s Community Christmas Craft Fair 2012

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The 3rd Annual Community Christmas Craft Fair, supporting Downtown Eastside women, returns Saturday, December 15, 2012 at Woodward’s. The crafters are women who have been going through drug treatment, living in shelters, accessing drop-in centres, and living in the neighbourhood. The women have spent one day a week crafting this fall (at the Window Community […]