Archive for the category "christmas"

Adopt-a-Family Holiday Programs in Vancouver

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Update 2011: You can still sponsor a family in Surrey, I am unsure about Vancouver programs this year. Update 2015: Here is the latest information about sponsoring a family in Surrey this year. With the anticipation of presents under the tree and bountiful holiday meals around the table with family, this time of year can […]

Holiday Events in the Tri-Cities

Comments 1 by Guest Author

The following was contributed by Jon Strocel of TheV3H.com. With the days getting shorter and the lights going up, we in the Tri-Cities are busy enjoying the holiday season. If you’re ever out in our neck of the Inlet, there are a bunch of cool events happening in the next week or so to get […]

Best Buy Canada Giveaway, Win a TomTom

Comments 213 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Best Buy Canada released their Holiday Gift Guide a few weeks ago and with digital cameras, iPods, and the latest televisions on almost everyone’s list, it’s one hot resource. To help promote their gift ideas this season, they have offered up a TomTom system to one of my readers. TomTom GO 245 Fully loaded with […]

The Jon and Roy Holiday Special

Comments 17 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Vancouver Islanders Jon and Roy have made a splash this year, playing everything from Olympic Celebration Site concerts to an intimate performance at the Chan Centre and taking the stage at the inaugural Live at Squamish Music Festival. As we roll into the festive winter season the guys will be hosting their 3rd annual Jon […]

Where to Get a Live Christmas Tree

Comments 9 by Jennifer Miles

With Christmas only a few weeks away, those who opt for real Christmas trees are getting ready to head out and find that perfect one. There is something very traditional and “Christmassy” about taking a break from the congested malls and heading into the country with your kids, partner or friends. Many tree farms also […]

Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge 2010

Comments 135 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Capilano Suspension is once again presenting Canyon Lights as thousands of bulbs illuminate the lush forest of the Capilano Canyon. Photo credit: Razvan Marescu on Flickr If you’ve never been to the suspension bridge (or even if you have) this is a great time to make the crossing. Everything glows and sparkles as the bridge, […]