6 Corn Mazes Near Vancouver You Can Visit in Fall 2021

A child in a corn maze

Photo: Chilliwack Corn Maze

Finding your way through a corn maze is a fun fall activity for all ages. In 2021, six Vancouver-area farms have corn mazes you can explore. There’s something for everyone including mini-mazes for kids, scary haunted mazes for brave adults, and mystery mazes full of clues. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting a corn maze near Vancouver this fall.

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6 Corn Mazes Near Vancouver You Can Visit in Fall 2021

Light Up Chinatown! Announces Free Entertainment Line-Up for the Weekend, September 11 & 12

The Vancouver Chinatown Foundation and the Vancouver Chinatown Business Improvement Area Society (VCBIA) are gearing up to launch the inaugural Light Up Chinatown! celebration this weekend. The two-day event runs September 11 and 12, 2021 with a full slate of live performances, family-fun activities, exclusive food collaborations, and beautiful displays of lanterns and lights.

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Light Up Chinatown! Announces Free Entertainment Line-Up for the Weekend, September 11 & 12

Where to Go Apple Picking Around Vancouver

Apples at Taves Family Farms

Photo: Taves Family Farms

Fall is harvest time! Celebrate by picking your own apples. Several farms near Vancouver have u-pick orchards and the UBC Apple Festival is back with a unique online shopping option. Read on to discover everything you need to know about apple picking in Vancouver this autumn.

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Where to Go Apple Picking Around Vancouver

2021 BC Culture Days Invites You to RE:IMAGINE More Creativity and Community

Nahualli Mexican Dance Vancouver by Adrian Ortega

It’s been a difficult year and a half, with considerable sacrifice and social isolation for many. But BC Culture Days 2021 wants to remind you that hope and optimism still lie with community and artistic creation. The annual province-wide arts and culture festival returns with vibrant enthusiasm. Their 2021 theme, “RE:IMAGINE,” encourages everyone to “RE:CONNECT” with others during a festival that is safe, artistic, and above all, future-oriented.

The 2021 BC Culture Days runs from September 24 to October 24, 2021, giving you a whole month to participate in a wide range of virtual and in-person events that celebrate the rich and diverse arts and culture happening in the province.

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2021 BC Culture Days Invites You to RE:IMAGINE More Creativity and Community

Vancouver Aquarium Welcomes Visitors Back with Favourite Exhibits and New Features

Vancouver Aquarium Reopening Event; Photo: Vancouver Aquarium

When the beloved Vancouver Aquarium closed its doors in September 2020, the whole city was heartbroken. The news that the Aquarium has been saved and is now open again is very exciting, both for locals and visitors to Vancouver.

Fortunately, the best of the Vancouver Aquarium is returning, along with some new features that will educate and fill you with wonder about the vibrant marine life found in the world’s oceans.

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Vancouver Aquarium Welcomes Visitors Back with Favourite Exhibits and New Features

Vancouver Biennale Presents: Voxel Bridge, the Biggest Blockchain-Based Augmented Reality Experience

Photo: Vancouver Biennale

With Voxel Bridge, the Vancouver Biennale takes Contemporary Art to the epicenter of blockchain innovation. The underside of the south end of Vancouver’s Cambie Bridge is being transformed by artist Jessica Angel into a 19,000 square feet (1,765 square metres) public art installation that comes to life as the biggest blockchain-based augmented reality experience of its kind.

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Vancouver Biennale Presents: Voxel Bridge, the Biggest Blockchain-Based Augmented Reality Experience

3 Sunflower Festivals Around Vancouver You Can Visit This Summer

A woman poses in a field of sunflowers at the Chilliwack Sunflower Festival

Photo: Chilliwack Sunflower Festival

Celebrate summer with sunflowers. These huge yellow blooms turn to face the sun, following its progress across the sky each day. Get lost in a forest of gorgeous golden flowers at one of these Vancouver area sunflower festivals.

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3 Sunflower Festivals Around Vancouver You Can Visit This Summer