Visit the Gulf of Georgia Cannery this spring break for some family fun. This National Historic Site commemorates the fishing and canning industry off Canada’s Pacific Coast through exhibits, activities, films, and events. Spring Break at the Cannery March 13 – March 24, 2017 During Spring Break, kids 6-11 years can pick up a Parks […]
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At least a century of stories spill from the shadows and dark corners of some of our region’s most historic sites and they’re hosting some very special events this Halloween to tell their tales (and have some fun). Britannia Mine Museum What: Spoo-ook-tacular Halloween Weekend Where: Britannia Mine Museum (1 Forbes Way, Britannia Beach) When: […]
On a blustery holiday evening by the sea, John and I visited Richmond’s newest craft beer destination, Britannia Brewing Company, to meet up with some old friends. Located at Second Avenue and Bayview, the restaurant and pub that pours Richmond-brewed Britannia beer was hopping with families and friends coming together in the nautical themed venue. […]
The 13th annual Richmond Maritime Festival is serving up a salty stew of music, artists and wooden boats this weekend. The free, family festival, presented by Port of Vancouver, attracts more than 40,000 visitors to the Britannia Shipyards on the Steveston waterfront each summer. Richmond Maritime Festival Dates: Saturday, August 6th & Sunday, August 7th […]
This July, Miss604 is proud to sponsor Surrey Canada Day and Surrey Fusion Festival, both are free events with live entertainment, activities, attractions, and fun for the whole family! To kick off the month, I’m also sponsoring Carnaval del Sol and Latin American Week in Vancouver, then to top off July, I’m proud to sponsor […]
Mountains to meadows, waterfalls to farm-gate shopping, there’s so much to explore and enjoy right here in the Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley area. Staying local for leisure and vacation time has its benefits, on top of discovering and experiencing your own backyard. Photo by John Bollwitt A recent TD survey found that for Canadian […]