Dog-friendly exhibit featured at the Polygon Gallery in North Vancouver this summer

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Photo by Hannah Lim on Unsplash

Does your furry friend have a taste for fine art?

As we head into those long, warm dog days of summer, it’s fitting that North Vancouver’s Polygon Gallery is hosting a photography exhibition featuring work based on our favourite canine companions.

Dog Days is a new exhibit at the Polygon Gallery that focuses on the relationship between canines and humans through photography, and video works. And yes, dogs on leashes are welcome to join you in the gallery itself!

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Dog-friendly exhibit featured at the Polygon Gallery in North Vancouver this summer

In Reverberations, innovative and vintage technology immerses audiences in the life of sound designer Brian Linds

In Reverberations, audiences are divided into small groups of 20 to rove through five different performance spaces.

The immersive show is based on memories of writer and award-winning sound designer Brian Linds. Linds and his team mix multiple sound media with live performance to create a sensory experience of a life fully lived.

Reverberations is on at Presentation House Theatre (333 Chesterfield Avenue, North Vancouver) from March 7-17. Find out more below.

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In Reverberations, innovative and vintage technology immerses audiences in the life of sound designer Brian Linds

Ladies can ski for just $15 on Monday nights at Mount Seymour in North Vancouver

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Image courtesy of Mt Seymour

When was the last time you had a good girl’s night out? If you’ve been searching for new ideas on where to meet up with your girl gang, Mount Seymour is the place to be on Monday nights in January and March for their extremely popular Shred for the Cause nights.

Starting Monday, January 21, 2019, ladies of all ages (and those who identify as female) are invited to spend their Monday evenings to ski and board for a good cause in support of local charity, the Bloom Group.

Last year, the event raised over $30,000 for the charity, which provides some of the most progressive social services in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside for women and children.

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Ladies can ski for just $15 on Monday nights at Mount Seymour in North Vancouver

Vancouver favourites Hey Ocean! headline North Shore party

Hey Ocean! headlines Capilano University’s 50th anniversary celebration.

To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Capilano University is throwing a party. On Sept. 22, CapFest will feature food trucks, a family-friendly beer garden, and live music‚ topped off by a performance by Vancouver indie-pop band Hey Ocean!

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Vancouver favourites Hey Ocean! headline North Shore party

1,000-foot-long massive water slide coming to North Vancouver this weekend

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Image courtesy of Slide the City

This weekend’s forecast is calling for a chance of getting wet and having fun! At North Vancouver’s Slide the City, that is…

On Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22, from 10am to 6pm, a 1,000-foot-long slip and slide will be returning to Lower Lonsdale in North Vancouver for the annual Slide the City event. This is the fourth time Vancouver has hosted the epic slide, and each year the event gets bigger and better than ever before!

Slide the City is part of North Vancouver’s “Fun City Festival”, which also features activities including food trucks, live music, and more.

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1,000-foot-long massive water slide coming to North Vancouver this weekend

Eventually – When Art and Nature Intersect

Mosquito Creek Trail, North Vancouver Photo: Rob Weiss

When art and nature intersect, the result is almost always thought-provoking and inspiring. Recently, while hiking along North Vancouver’s Mosquito Creek Trail, I stumbled upon Adam Kuby’s Earthwork sculpture. From a distance, near a little footbridge, slabs of granite dominated the landscape. They appeared out of place. Curious, I approached the rock wondering why such large blocks would be located in such a prominent place on the trail. Fascinated, I discovered this installation was one of three pieces, a triptych, situated on the North Shore.

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Eventually – When Art and Nature Intersect

Heywood Park – An Urban Sanctuary

Photo: Rob Weiss

Blink, and you might miss this little gem on the scenic North Shore. Located on the western boundary of the City of North Vancouver, Heywood Park is sixteen hectares of lush, green, rainforest awesome! Complete with a playground, washrooms, and sports fields Heywood Park is a perfect family destination. Of course, I am always on the quest for a new walking trail, and I must say the upper forested natural areas of the MacKay Creek ravine were a delight!

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Heywood Park – An Urban Sanctuary