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World Rivers Day 2013 Around Metro Vancouver

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The 33rd annual BC Rivers Day celebration of World Rivers Day will take place in a number of communities between Friday, September 27th and Monday, September 30th, 2013. Free, family-friendly events will be hosted featuring everything from shoreline cleanups to live music, barbecues and boat tours. World Rivers Day Gala Event: Burnaby Where: Burnaby Village […]

Terry Fox Run in Stanley Park

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The Terry Fox Run is coming up this weekend in communities across Canada, and around the globe, as the Marathon of Hope inspires many to continue to support cancer research. Close to home, there will be a Terry Fox Run in Stanley Park at Ceperley Meadow on Sunday, September 15, 2013. ““Even if I don’t […]

July Events in Metro Vancouver 2013

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It’s always fun to kick off a month with a long weekend and some sunshine, and when you throw in free family festivals, fireworks, and live music you’ve got the perfect recipe for summer fun. Thanks to those who have sent in their listings, the July Events in Metro Vancouver list is ready to roll. […]

Eat Your Heart Out in the Tri-Cities

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Eat Your Heart Out in the Tri-Cities kicks off this weekend in support of the Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation. It will feature two weeks of dining at six local restaurants who will all be offering up three-course meals for $35 throughout the campaign. When: Sunday to Friday, February 24 to March 1, 2013 Sunday to […]

Port Coquitlam Celebrates 100 Years

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Port Coquitlam is kicking off a series of celebrations that will take place throughout the year in honor of their 100th birthday in March. Join the community on Friday, January 4, 2013 at the Port Coquitlam Rec Complex (2150 Wilson Ave) from 5:00pm to 9:30pm to see what’s in store for the rest of the […]

December Events in Metro Vancouver 2012

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Looking out my window on a rainy Vancouver day I can still spot the North Shore mountains. Deep dark blue instead of their usual crisp brown and green, they are capped with clouds and hiding a skirt of snow. Winter is approaching and the city is coming alive with holiday cheer. Getting a head start […]