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Easter Chocolate – Where to Find Yummy Treats in Metro Vancouver

Posted on: March 25, 2021

Once again Easter is a bit different thanks to good ol’ COVID. Thankfully the Easter Bunny is unencumbered by COVID and is still capable of delivering delicious Easter chocolate. Should you wish to supplement the treats the chocolate-delivering-rabbit brings to your home, we highly recommend checking out the treats offered
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Easter Egg Hunts You Can Do At Home

Posted on: March 25, 2021

Many of us have created Easter traditions with our family and for lots of us, that includes taking the kids to a big community Easter Egg hunt. While community Easter Egg Hunts are a no-go again this year (grrr, COVID) we can still keep the Easter Egg Hunt tradition going
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Zen Maker Lab Summer Camps

Posted on: March 19, 2021

Interactive, engaging, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) concepts taught by certified engineers? Yes, this opportunity does actually exist for your child! Just think of the leg-up you could be giving your child by enrolling them in a Zen Maker Lab Summer Camp. The week-long camps are packed full of
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All Aboard! It’s Time to Ride Miniature Trains at Burnaby Central Railway

Posted on: March 7, 2021

Come to Confederation Park and ride the Burnaby Central Railway’s miniature trains.  For $4.50 each (kids under 3 are FREE) enjoy a 10+ minute train ride through the beautiful park.  You can also get 10 rides for $40. If you, miraculously, don’t use up your 10 rides during the year,
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CANCELLED: Easter Train at Stanley Park

Posted on: March 5, 2021

March 15, 2021: Please note this event has been cancelled for a second year (2021) due to COVID-19. Hop on the Easter Train at Stanley Park for an egg-citing ride through Vancouver’s most famous park. After the train ride, your kids will enjoy hunting for eggs, playing games, making bunny
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Shoreline Studios Fuels Acting Passion Through Spring Break Camps

Posted on: March 1, 2021

The theatre curtains may be temporarily drawn but the passion for acting never goes dark. The world needs the arts. Never has that been made more apparent than during COVID. When the world shut down in March 2020 the arts community launched an impressive global outreach offering comfort, entertainment and
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Digital Escape Rooms Help You Escape Boredom

Posted on: February 18, 2021

I’ve never been brave enough to attempt an escape room in person. I’m a massive chicken. But, thanks to COVID and multiple creative people, virtual escape rooms popped up all over the internet. While life has opened up a little bit, there are still many days we are all stuck
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Online Lessons with the Chess Institute of Canada

Posted on: February 9, 2021

The Queen’s Gambit was the Canadian binge-favourite of the Fall. How many parents stayed up way too late watching the series and rooting for Beth in her pursuit to become the world’s greatest chess player? Thanks to the Queen’s Gambit, the game of chess has skyrocketed in popularity. If The
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Family Day 2021 – There’s Lots to Do, Even During COVID

Posted on: February 1, 2021

Family Day is back… it is certainly different than usual thanks to COVID… but it’s back and there are fun activities to enjoy! Our favourite holiday of the calendar year is celebrated on February 15th this year (but the family-friendly events happen all weekend long). Enjoy the holiday, grab the
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Abbotsford Tulip Festival – Relocating to the Okanagan

Posted on: January 26, 2021

Abbotsford Tulip Festival: After many years of delighting visitors with colourful fields, the Abbotsford Tulip Festival is hanging up their hat and moving to the Okanagan. The organizers of Bloom, The Abbotsford Tulip Festival, first hosted their event in 2016. The outdoor event attracted more than 100,000 visitors for the
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