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Canyon Lights with Capilano Suspension Bridge

Comments 58 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Photo credit: KristaEleman on Flickr Capilano Suspension Bridge’s annual Canyon Lights event beings December 4th and will run 5:00pm to 9:00pm every day (except Christmas Day) until January 2, 2010. This unique chance to see the Bridge, Canyon, and Treetop adventure illuminated at night by 250,000 LED holiday lights is a treat. There will also […]

Mud Run Ride in North Vancouver

Comments 2 by Guest Author

The following guest post has been contributed by Jane Victoria King. Not that I really enjoy basking in the mud, but being I’m always up for a challenge and am open to trying out new adventures, I signed up for a team building adventure race known today as the Mud Run Ride (formerly the Mud […]

Deep Cove Daze 2009

Add a Comment by Rebecca Bollwitt

This year’s Deep Cove Daze festival will happen this Sunday, August 30th, from 11:00am until 8:00pm at Panorama Park. The festival, that will have a Caribbean twist, will have free admission, a free bike valet, the Cayman Island Artisan Alley, the Barbados Beer Garden, a cardboard kayak race, and plenty of entertainment for the entire […]

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Comments 8 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Today I crossed the Capilano Suspension Bridge for the first time in my life. When I was growing up in the area we never really did the “tourist in your hometown” thing especially when it came to downtown or North Shore attractions. Sure we explored beaches, parks, and forest trails in the Valley (and I […]

Canada Day 2009 Roundup

Comments 4 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Tomorrow is the 142nd birthday of our nation and it seems as though every village, town, municipality, city and community in our region is celebrating. Photo credit: Our Enchanted Garden on Flickr Vancouver Victoria Park (1415 Victoria Drive @ Kitchener Street) from 12:30pm – 3:00pm. Family activities, food, and entertainment Canada Place with parade (starting […]

Metro Vancouver Park Series: Cates Park

Comments 9 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Summer to us means packing up John‘s big blue backpack and heading down to the beach. We walk through forest trails that open up into sprawling sandy shores and rest for hours in the open air. Snacks include fresh fruit and water, while we either read books or use the headphone splitter to enjoy the […]