Archive of posts tagged "canada day"
On the western coast of the country, Vancouver, which is 19 years younger than Canada itself, has always known how to celebrate our nation’s birthday in style. Known as Dominion Day until 1982, Canada Day has traditionally been a time for family fun, parades, picnics, and afternoons at the beach. Not much has changed — […]
What could be better than a warm, sunny, Friday night on the coast celebrating our nation’s 149th birthday watching a dazzling fireworks display with friends and family? This Canada Day, you can enjoy many free activities around the region including these fireworks events: Canada Day Fireworks Surrey Canada Day takes place at the Bill Reid […]
Take a trip back in time to our local 1827 Hudson’s Bay Company fur trading post at Fort Langley this summer. Watch live demonstrations throughout the day, stop for coffee or lunch at lelem’ at the fort café, pan for gold, visit the bunnies and goats, and be immersed in the heritage of this national […]
The free Surrey Canada Day event is happening July 1st at the Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre in Cloverdale. Festivities will kick off at 10:00am and they won’t stop until ￼Tom Cochrane & Red Rider take the stage followed by fireworks lighting up the night sky at 10:15pm. Here’s what’s in store for Surrey Canada Day […]
Born and raised in Surrey, and having been the first blogger to ever write about my beloved hometown (back in 2004), I am proud to once again sponsor the FREE Surrey Canada Day. Happening on July 1st at the Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre (176 Street and 64th Avenue) in Cloverdale, festivities will kick off at […]