July in Vancouver presents an completely unique set of activities and events as free outdoor movies, dancing, summer theatre, and the world’s largest offshore fireworks competition begins. To start the month, we have Canada Day celebrations (Miss604 is proud to sponsor Surrey Canada Day) followed by music festivals, food festivals, and the Surrey Fusion Festival […]
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Richmond Days of Summer include many free family events this summer starting with Ships to Shore Steveston, the Steveston Salmon Festival, and Richmond’s Canada Day celebrations. Photo courtesy of Ships to Shore Ships to Shore Steveston Ships to Shore Steveston takes place Sunday, June 29, 2014 and Monday, June 30, 2014 from from 11:00am to […]
Surrey Canada Day, one of Western Canada’s largest Canada Day celebrations, returns to Cloverdale to the newly and honourably re-named Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre for a full day of family fun on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. There, on the corner of 176th Street and 64th Avenue, you can enjoy entertainment and activities from 10:00am until […]
Canada Day parades and Canada Day fireworks celebrations will take place across the region, with various communities celebrating our nation’s birthday with music, activities, and of course a night time display to light up the sky as families look on. In downtown Vancouver, Canada Day at Canada Place will be the centre of attention. Canada […]
There’s something special about Surrey Canada Day. It could be the food trucks that roll up each year, dishing up everything from kettle corn and smoothies to burgers and poutine. It could be the abundance of exhibitor tents and activations, engaging everyone from kids to adults with interactive displays, activities, and helpful information. Perhaps it’s […]
Surrey’s Canada Day celebrations at the Cloverdale Millenium Amphitheatre on July 1, 2013 were hot, hot, HOT! With temperatures cracking 30 degrees, the ice cream, smoothie, sno-cone, and water misting stations were definitely the busiest. The midway was rolling, faces were painted with patriotic colours, and the bands on stage were real troopers as they […]