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Family Fun Canada



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Family Fun Canada is an online publication providing family-focused travel features, destination pieces, lifestyle articles, as well as news and information about upcoming events and great attractions in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Toronto and Halifax. Family Fun Canada is the go-to resource for Canadian parents looking for great things to do with their children in their hometown or on their travel adventures abroad.

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Christmas in Leigh Square

Posted on: November 10, 2022

The Christmas in Leigh Square celebrations span two days. On Friday & Saturday, peruse the Winter Artisan Market and enjoy the sip-and-shop beverage zone. Saturday features the Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony, crafts for kids, and live music performances throughout the day. Check the link for a full line-up of activities
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Chutzpah! Festival 2022

Posted on: October 26, 2022

Breath-taking dance, hilarious comedy, internationally lauded theatre and music define the 22nd Annual Chutzpah! Festival, the International Jewish Performing Arts Festival. The eclectic festival showcases performances and workshops by international, Canadian and local artists.  Check the website for a complete listing of performers, times, locations and to purchase tickets. Chutzpah!
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Vancouver Fringe Festival

Posted on: August 4, 2022

Bigger, bolder, and better than ever before, this year’s Vancouver Fringe Festival will be parading its fine wares all across Granville Island and beyond – from rollicking new theatre to belly-bursting comedy, awe-inspiring dance to lip-splitting spoken word and more. As ever, expect an array of returning favourites alongside a whole
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Spring Break at the Fraser River Discovery Centre

Posted on: March 8, 2022

The Fraser River Discovery Centre, located in Downtown New Westminster, invites you to spend Spring Break and take part in ‘Spring Discovery Days’ running between Saturday, March 12th – Sunday, March 27th! Throughout Spring Break, the FRDC will be open seven days a week, with additional guided and self-led activities,
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Southlands Heritage Farm

Posted on: January 1, 2022

Bring your family to the farm! Southlands Heritage Farm is excited to introduce city-kids to farm life. You are welcome to visit the chickens, ducks, and horses. If you bring some grain you can feed the chickens (please make sure you DON’T feed the horses). Reservations to visit Southlands Heritage
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Highstreet Holiday Show & Tree Lighting

Posted on: November 2, 2021

Your favourite holiday tradition returns to Highstreet this year. November 20th marks the official kick-off to the Holiday season. Get ready for the magical lighting of the tree and the welcoming Santa direct from the North Pole. Rudolf, Frosty, a marching band, dancers and a 65ft tall Christmas tree will
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Whistler Children’s Festival

Posted on: June 14, 2021

  Whistler Children’s Festival: Date: Time: Location: Address: Website: www.whistlerchildrensfestival.com

Verses Festival of Words

Posted on: April 6, 2021

Verses Festival of Words is returning this April for our eleventh year! Verses 2021 will include some beloved classics like Mashed Poetics and new additions like Stage to Page. The festival will all be coming to you online – from the comfort of your living room! We will be broadcasting
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Melancholy – Taize Powell

Posted on: March 25, 2021

Taize Powell paints with the intention of capturing his subject’s state of mind; sometimes the work has a mood of melancholy or joy, sometimes pain, but it is always powerful. His paintings are a visual journey that explore these emotions, senses and expressions. Enjoy this show by visiting the Gallery
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Sur/veil: Who’s Looking, Whose Watching – Valerie Pugh

Posted on: March 25, 2021

Valerie Pugh’s artwork explores reflection and surveillance, focussing attention on the act of “seeing”. The sculptures and paintings in her exhibition relate to subtle differences between looking as communication with ‘other(s)’, seeing in a subjective self determined way, and surveillance devices where we are watched without permission. Enjoy this show
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