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Easter Egg Hunts at Home
Easter Egg Hunts You Can Do At Home

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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Digital Escape Rooms
Digital Escape Rooms Help You Escape Boredom

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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Invitations to Play
8 Creative And EASY Invitations To Play

There’s nothing quite like watching a child get lost in their own little imaginative world. I think that it is the height of comfort and safety for a child – to feel free to be, without limitations. The doors are wide open right now for this kind of play as
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Port 101: A virtual introduction to the Port of Vancouver
Port 101: A virtual introduction to the Port of Vancouver

Join the Port of Vancouver for a free online session to learn the basics about Canada’s largest port and the federal agency that oversees it. This webinar is fun, informative and suitable for all ages. You’ll learn: • Cool facts and figures • What types of deep-sea terminals operate in
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Meet a Fraser River Marine Pilot
Meet a Fraser River Marine Pilot

In the Port of Vancouver, a local marine pilot is in command of every ocean-going vessel. Captain Mike Armstrong is one of only eight marine pilots who works on the Fraser River. Join the Vancouver Maritime Museum for this online presentation to meet Captain Armstrong and to hear firsthand about
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TaiwanFest 2020
2020 TAIWANfest – The Survived

TAIWANfest will be holding a virtual platform “The Survived” to invoke the sharing of knowledge and understanding through arts and culture. Included programs are a special virtual series “I’m different, just like you!” and projects to get you involved called “Under the same sky” and “We are all in this
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Re-Opening Metro Vancouver
Re-Opening Metro Vancouver

When businesses across Canada began to close in March, it was hard to imagine when and how things would begin to re-open again. And yet, here we are. Two months later, restrictions are starting to loosen (not disappear) and businesses across Metro Vancouver are slowly beginning to re-open. However, things
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DIY Home Depot Kids Workshops

While the regular Home Depot Workshops for Kids have been cancelled, the Home Depot has created a series of workshops you can do with your kids at home. Check out these three fun DIY Home Depot Kids Workshops! DIY Cardboard Playhouse for Kids: in just 5 easy steps you can
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Scouts Canada Virtual Campfire
Get Cozy! Join the Scouts Canada Virtual Campfire

Nothing quite says summertime fun like a crackling fire, made complete by friends crowded around and a sticky s’more in hand. A fire by yourself isn’t quite the same, so Scouts Canada is hosting their first-ever virtual campfire on May 23. Get ready for campfire songs, skits, and maybe even
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Science World's The Dome at Home
Science World’s The Dome At Home

While we all wait for the beloved geodesic dome to re-open, we can fill our kids’ minds with loads of fascinating science-stuff thanks to Science World’s The Dome At Home! Look at all the great ways Science World is continuing to inspire a fascination with science during the COVID-quaratine. Weekly
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