Two Vancouver Hotels Exemplify an Inspiring Commitment to Sustainability

Chef Michael Pagnacco – Fairmont Waterfront Rooftop Garden; Sourced from Fairmont Waterfront

On the rooftop of the Fairmont Waterfront (900 Pacific Place), you’ll find the loveliest of rooftop gardens, complete with a vegetable and herb garden, apple trees, and bee hives that produce hundreds of pounds of honey each year. Designated a Certified Wildlife Habitat in 2016 by the Canadian Wildlife Federation, the expansive organic garden embodies the Fairmont Waterfront’s evolving ethos related to sustainability and community.

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Two Vancouver Hotels Exemplify an Inspiring Commitment to Sustainability

Vancouver Artist David Wilson turns ‘Day Into Night’ for Eastside Culture Crawlers

‘The Way it Sounds’ by David Wilson. Acrylic on board.

When the Parker Street Studios open their doors to the public November 18-21, visitors will get a first look at Day Into Night, the latest collection from artist David Wilson and his most recent meditation on time and place. Continue reading:
Vancouver Artist David Wilson turns ‘Day Into Night’ for Eastside Culture Crawlers

Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Exhibition Opens November 19 in Vancouver

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It’s one of the greatest triumphs of human genius, and it’s coming to Vancouver. Continue reading:
Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Exhibition Opens November 19 in Vancouver

[Closed] Enter to Win a Magically Immersive Cocktail Making Experience at Wizard’s Den Vancouver

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Calling all witches and wizards of Vancouver!

The Wizard’s Den Vancouver is excited to announce an extension until the end of December 2021! To celebrate, we will be giving away 4 tickets to 1 lucky winner. Read on for the full details.
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[Closed] Enter to Win a Magically Immersive Cocktail Making Experience at Wizard’s Den Vancouver

Metro Vancouver’s Undercover Christmas Activities

The Steveston Festival of Trees at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery. Photo: Gulf of Georgia Cannery Society.

Like poinsettias and candy canes, rain is a regular feature of the Vancouver holiday season. Add in the possibility of wintry weather that can make you feel like a chilled-to-the-bone snowman, and it’s clear that we all need a handy go-to list of indoor festive attractions. Continue reading:
Metro Vancouver’s Undercover Christmas Activities

Vancouver Outdoor Community Spotlight: Judy Kasiama of Colour the Trails

Judy Kasiama of Colour the Trails on the Stawamus Chief. Photo: Pavel Boiko

Judy Kasiama of Colour the Trails on the Stawamus Chief. Photo: Pavel Boiko

With our proximity to nature, Vancouver has a thriving community of outdoor lovers who help make nature accessible. Judy Kasiama is working to expand that community through the organization she founded, Colour the Trails. They host outdoor events and workshops for Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC).

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FlyOver Canada Brings “The Real Wild West” to Vancouver

Photo: The Real Wild West at FlyOver Canada.

“The Real Wild West,” a brand-new flight ride experience is landing in Vancouver at FlyOver Canada this fall. Officially introduced last month at the opening of the new FlyOver in Las Vegas, the dynamic attraction takes guests on a multi-sensory journey as they soar over the American West’s most iconic locations and natural wonders as part of a cutting-edge entertainment experience. Continue reading:
FlyOver Canada Brings “The Real Wild West” to Vancouver

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