PNE’s Wooden Roller Coaster Recognized as a “Place that Matters”

Photo: Pacific National Exhibition

Photo: Pacific National Exhibition

The Vancouver Heritage Foundation will be presenting a plaque during today’s 11:30 a.m. Superdogs performance at the Pacific Coliseum.

Vancouver Heritage Foundation’s Places That Matter plaque project began in 2011 to celebrate Vancouver’s 125th anniversary of incorporation as a city, and the goal of the project is to raise awareness about the people, places and events that tell the story of Vancouver’s history.

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