Tickets on Sale for 2021 Bard Digital Season & Feature Film

Bard on the Beach Done/Undone by Kate Besworth

Charlie Gallant & Harveen Sandhu, Done/Undone (2021). Photo & Image Design – Emily Cooper

Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival is unveiling a 2021 Season with online programming designed to engage both its existing Festival community and reach out to new audiences across Canada and beyond. The 2021 lineup is highlighted by a bold new venture for Western Canada’s biggest Shakespeare festival – the world premiere of a new play, Done/Undone, commissioned by Bard, produced as a feature film and available on demand on a state-of-the-art digital platform. Tickets for Done/Undone go on sale on July 14 at 1pm PT at bardonthebeach.org.

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Tickets on Sale for 2021 Bard Digital Season & Feature Film

Best Destination Playgrounds Around Vancouver

Como Lake Park Coquitlam

Como Lake Park Coquitlam. Photo: Habitat Systems Incorporated

If you want to plan a day trip your kids will love, head to a playground. The Vancouver area boasts lots of amazing play structures with slides, swings, ziplines, and even pirate ships. Check out our list of destination playgrounds around Vancouver that are worth a visit.

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Best Destination Playgrounds Around Vancouver

Reconnect with 25% Off Vancouver Experiences

Reconnect with 20% Off Vancouver Experiences

As if you needed any more reason to get into the fresh air!

Restrictions are easing, the weather is sweet, and now TransLink, Destination Vancouver and Viator have teamed up to offer discounts for tours, sightseeing and experiences all across the city. Starting TODAY, you can reconnect with the city you love by getting 25% off Vancouver attractions like FlyOver Canada, Capilano Suspension Bridge, and Sea Vancouver Waterfront Sightseeing Adventures.

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Reconnect with 25% Off Vancouver Experiences

‘Market’ Presented by South Granville Summer

South Granville Summer

This summer, the South Granville Business Improvement Association (SGBIA) is pleased to partner with The Nooks, Got Craft?, and Portobello West, to present a beautiful summer street fair experience. A craft pop-up series dubbed Market will be presented by a different craft collective each Saturday on July 24th, August 7th and August 28th from 11am – 4pm.

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‘Market’ Presented by South Granville Summer

9 Things to Do at Cypress Provincial Park in the Summer

View from St Mark's Summit in Cypress Provincial Park

View from St Mark’s Summit. Photo: Vlad D/Unsplash

You might know West Vancouver’s Cypress Provincial Park as a skier’s paradise, but in the summer the park is home to a huge network of hiking trails for all abilities, a mountain roller coaster, viewpoints, picnic areas, and lots more. To help you plan your trip, here are the best things to do at Cypress Provincial Park in the summer.

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9 Things to Do at Cypress Provincial Park in the Summer

Vancouver Joins List of Elite Cities on Formula E Calendar

Science world in Vancouver, BC

First Canadian E-FEST will have 3 days of festivities around the Formula E race

Canadian promoter OSS Group Inc announced today that it will be organizing an ABB FIA Formula E World Championship race as part of a unique 3-day festival in one of Canada’s most beautiful cities. The City of Vancouver will kick off summer by hosting the event during next year’s July long- weekend (June 30-July 2, 2022) in the iconic False Creek area of downtown. Continue reading:
Vancouver Joins List of Elite Cities on Formula E Calendar

#LoveVancouver Neighbourhoods: Kerrisdale & Sunset on Fraser

Our #LoveVancouver series continues, with more reasons to get out and explore! These character-rich locales will provide more than a few discoveries for a weekend bike ride. This week, we’re featuring a quaint village just outside of UBC, and one of Vancouver’s most diverse shopping and eating districts. Put on some sunscreen, and let’s go! Continue reading:
#LoveVancouver Neighbourhoods: Kerrisdale & Sunset on Fraser