Vancouver’s Dragon Boat Festival Honours Tradition While Showcasing Local Diversity

Photo: Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival

The Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival, taking place June 24-26, 2022, exuberantly brings together athleticism, cultural heritage, art, and music.

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Vancouver’s Dragon Boat Festival Honours Tradition While Showcasing Local Diversity

Support Local Farmers and Producers at Vancouver Farmers Markets

Photo: Vancouver Farmers Markets (Kitsilano Market)

Vancouver Farmers Markets have just launched their spring season, with various markets open all across the city. These vibrant local food hubs have a long and proud history in this city that began nearly three decades ago. Continue reading:
Support Local Farmers and Producers at Vancouver Farmers Markets

Shipyards Live Returns for Another Year on May 13th

North Vancouver’s iconic waterfront will be the home for the second year of Shipyards Live, a 17-week spring and summer series featuring live music, culture, food, and activities for the whole family. This will be the first year since The Shipyards development was completed that the site will be utilized to its full potential, without any health and safety restrictions. Continue reading:
Shipyards Live Returns for Another Year on May 13th

The 2022 Vancouver International Children’s Festival Returns with In-Person and Online Shows

After a two year in-person hiatus, the 45th annual Vancouver International Children’s Festival returns In-person from May 31 – June 5 on Granville Island and May 31 – June 12 Online. Once again, world-class theatre, music, dance, circus, puppetry and storytelling performers will entertain Vancouver children and families. This year, eighteen professional performing artists from as far-reaching as Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom are scheduled to perform 80 shows. Continue reading:
The 2022 Vancouver International Children’s Festival Returns with In-Person and Online Shows

Discover Botanical Treasures Itinerary

On the West Coast and situated in the embrace of mountains and forest, Vancouver’s abundant natural wonders set it apart from anywhere else in the world. Within the city, visitors can experience the area’s unique parks and wilderness, from wandering amongst old growth trees to exploring extensive gardens. From trail to table, it’s only natural that the biodiversity of the region is also celebrated in the local cuisine, with plant-forward and sustainable restaurants throughout the city. Get wild this weekend and discover Vancouver’s botanical treasures. Continue reading:
Discover Botanical Treasures Itinerary

Japan, Canada, and Spain to light up the sky at the 2022 Honda Celebration of Light

Celebration of Light Fireworks in English Bay

After a two-year absence, the unforgettable energy of the Honda Celebration of Light – the world’s longest-running offshore fireworks competition is set to return for its milestone 30th year with a thrilling line-up of pyrotechnic performances featuring teams from Japan, Canada, and Spain. Continue reading:
Japan, Canada, and Spain to light up the sky at the 2022 Honda Celebration of Light

8 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Vancouver

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Vancouver is a fantastic place to live, work, and play, but it needs help for our city to continue thriving. Earth Day is a chance to reflect on our relationship with Mother Nature and do our parts to preserve and protect our health, our families, and our livelihoods. Continue reading:
8 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Vancouver