North Vancouver

Peak of Christmas Grouse Mountain
The Peak of Christmas

Celebrate the magic of the season with Grouse Mountain’s annual Peak of Christmas celebration. This year’s festivities have been adjusted due to COVID restrictions but there is still ample outdoor fun for all to enjoy. Daily activities include: Write a letter to Santa Visit Santa’s Reindeer Outdoor Ice Skating Reindeer
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CANCELLED: Rogers Hometown Hockey

March 12, 2020: Please note this event has been cancelled due to COVID-19. Join Ron McLean and the NHL in North Vancouver for a weekend of hockey.  Food trucks, Kid Zone (with face painting and team tattoos), playing sports broadcaster. Check out the entire schedule of events for the 2-days
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Mt Seymour Birthday Parties
Have a Winter Birthday? Mt Seymour Birthday Parties Are Snow-Filled Fun!

Did you know that you can host your child’s birthday party at Mt Seymour? And for families that have birthdays in the late Fall or throughout the winter, that’s cause for celebration. Normally the go-to for families with birthdays December through March is an indoor venue. You don’t dare risk
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Be Owl Wise
Be Owl Wise

The night will begin with a talk by biologist Kate Fremlin, who will present an ‘ecological risk assessment’ concerning the use of Bromadiolone rat poison and whether it poses a threat to owls in North Vancouver. Following Kate’s talk, a representative from OWL (Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society) will talk about
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Mt Seymour 3Ski Pass
Ski for a Steal! Get Your Mt Seymour 3Ski Pass Starting at Just $46 for Kids!

Mt Seymour is offering one heck of a deal for skiers this winter. The Mt Seymour 3Ski Pass allows the holder to visit the mountain three times throughout the season. Packages are available at various price points, but kids (aged 5 – 12 years) can honestly get up the mountain
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Skiing at Mount Seymour
Lessons & Family Fun at Mt Seymour

I wish I skied. I don’t and as the years keep passing my willingness to hurtle down a mountain wane ever more. But I don’t want my scaredy-cat attitude to influence my kids. While competitive skiing isn’t an aspiration (at least not yet), I’d like my kids to feel comfortable
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Capilano Suspension Bridge
It’s More Than Just A Bridge: Capilano Suspension Bridge

How embarrassing! I’ve grown up in the Lower Mainland and at the ripe old age of 39 I finally visited the Capilano Suspension Bridge. It is an iconic Vancouver-area attraction and it took me nearly 4 decades to visit. My knee-buckling fear of heights may have been a major factor
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Gordon Smith Gallery in North Vancouver
Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art: Family Fun Saturdays

The Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art encourages families to explore their exhibitions, take part in art discoveries, and get hands-on with the interactive “discovery” tables. Everyone in the family can learn more about the amazing Canadian art in the gallery. The family-friendly fun happens every Saturday at the Gallery in
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The Edge Climbing Centre
The Edge Climbing Centre

The Edge Climbing Centre is a comprehensive climbing gym and boasts over 15000 sf of climbing surface. Among their programs, they are committed to providing a high-level instructional progression for young climbers age 6 and up, from exploring the sport in Geckos to competing nationally and internationally. If you are
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seymour creek mini golf
Seymour Creek Golf Centre

The Seymour Creek Golf Centre offers mini-putt golf, all year long. You can even have a mini-golf and pizza birthday party. They also offer a junior golf camp. Admission: $5.50 per person, children 5 & under play for FREE. Seymour Creek Golf Centre: When: open year round Address: 315 Seymour
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