Fraser Valley Flood of 1948 – Local History and Photography. On this day (May 28) in 1948, the Fraser Valley Flood took its grip on the community, causing an estimated $20 million in damages (equal to over $210 million in 2010)
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Celebrate youth in our community during BC Youth Week, taking place May 1st through May 7th, 2014. Youth Week is an international celebration recognizing the value, diversity and positive contributions youth make in their communities. Be sure to catch one of many events including everything from sporting events and art shows to award ceremonies and […]
>>>> Click Here For 2015 Info The Tulips of the Valley Festival in Agassiz is a Fraser Valley spectacle that many wait all year to enjoy. Millions of colourful flowers spot the landscape, with the impressive snow-capped Mount Cheam looking on. Tulips of the Valley Festival The Tulips of the Valley Festival begins Thursday, April […]
One of the best things about living in the Greater Vancouver area is that it’s not hard to find a beautiful location for a quick day trip or weekend getaway. Setting out on Highway 1’s eastbound lanes you’ll find yourself in the lush Fraser Valley surrounded by meandering rivers and streams, scenic pastures, and wildlife […]
The Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival is coming up this weekend around Harrison, Harrison Mills, and Agassiz where you can view thousands of eagles on a walking tour, listen to speakers, and learn about the biodiversity of the region. On Saturday, November 17, 2013 and Sunday, November 18, 2013 a variety of events will be […]
The persistent fog around downtown Vancouver and other low-lying areas won’t stop us from having a fantastic weekend of festivals, events, and good times for great causes. Photo credit: saintjin on Flickr Things to do in Vancouver This Weekend The Taste of Yaletown is in full swing, The Brick Games will host a LEGO building […]