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Cooler days. Harvest fests. Autumn mooncakes. Free fun this month is all about seasonal change. Here are ten free events and activities to help you love September in Vancouver.
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1) Pit For Your Supper at the Irish Heather: Sept 12.; Sept. 19; Sept. 26
Plenty of Vancouver foodies pony up $16 to dine at the Irish Heather’s legendary Long Table Series, featuring roasts ranging from suckling pig to roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. If you’re willing to roll up your sleeves and help pit seasonal fruit for two hours, you can eat and drink for free Wednesdays throughout September. Sign up here.
2) Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, Sept. 15-23
Every summer we lounge, socialize and picnic on Vancouver beaches. And every September, upstanding citizens help clean up. The annual Shoreline Cleanup, organized by the Vancouver Aquarium and WWF, is a great way to give back and make friends. While I can’t promise treasure, you might even find something cool(er than an empty plastic bottle). Continue reading:
10 Free Things To Do in Vancouver in September
One of Vancouver’s most unique multicultural festivals happens next Saturday, September 17: the 9th annual Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival.
Taking place in East Vancouver, the free Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival honours diverse cultural traditions—including the Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival—with a celebration of harvest abundance, renewal and environmental stewardship. Lanterns for the festival are made by family and friends in the community, and the choice of Renfrew Ravine as the venue further symbolizes community spirit and renewal: the Ravine, today a lovely nature park, was once a garbage pit, transformed through the loving care of the neighbouring community.
One of Vancouver’s most unique community festivals is happening this Saturday, September 25: the annual Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival.
Taking place in East Vancouver, the FREE Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival is a celebration of renewal and environmental stewardship—Renfrew Ravine was once a garbage pit—linked to the important annual Chinese Moon Festival.
The Festival has four parts, all happening Saturday, September 25:
Ever been to the Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival? Please share your experiences/thoughts in the comments!