July

White Spot
White Spot Supporting BC Wildfire Relief – July 29

Buy a burger and help support those impacted by the horrific wildfire season our province has experienced this summer. On Thursday, July 29, iconic B.C.-based restaurant chain White Spot and its Premium QSR brand Triple O’s will be holding a fundraising day to support Canadian Red Cross relief efforts for those
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Chilliwack Sunflower Experience
Chilliwack Sunflower Festival

Take a stroll along numerous one-way, and extra-wide pathways on 10-acres of a 60-acre farm, brimming with floral beauty. This year the Chilliwack Sunflower Festival, organized by the creators of the Chilliwack Tulip Festival, has planted 42 gorgeous varieties of Sunflowers, including the stunning Sunrich Orange Sunflowers, and new Giant
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Music on the Wharf
Music on the Wharf

Since 1997, the free (by donation) Music on the Wharf concert series has offered something for everyone in the family. The outdoor concert series help raise funds for the Maple Ridge Historical Society. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy the musical performances while overlooking the water. The 2021 line up
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Canada Day
Ultimate Guide to Canada Day in Metro Vancouver (2021)

Canada Day is the day we celebrate confederation. However with the recent and incredibly devastating discovery of children’s remains at former residential school sites across the country, celebration may not feel appropriate for some. Family Fun Vancouver recognizes that Canada has work to do in righting past wrongs and forging
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Country Fest
Country Fest in Maple Ridge

Country Fest has been celebrated in Maple Ridge for more than 100 years!  The tradition at the Albion Fairgrounds continues with FREE admission (parking is $2); loads of family-friendly entertainment; crazy lawnmower races; animal exhibitions of all sorts…the list of activities and entertainment goes on! Normally the festival is a
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Juggle Me Not
Juggle Me Not

Juggle Me Not is an original show for family audiences inspired by the tale The Little Juggler. Full of physical comedy, live music and spirited interpretation, this performance embraces how the best gifts we possess are not always those we can hold in our hands. Visit the Glades Garden in
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Pop! Summer Strolls
POP! Summer Strolls

Enjoy POP! Summer Strolls in Surrey this summer. Throughout the various parks you will be treated to a variety of performances from an eclectic group of artists. Each show stage hosts a micro-performance that lasts 10-15 minutes before you continue on your way to the 30-minute grand finale. Tickets must
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Indian Summer Festival
Indian Summer Festival

The 11th annual Indian Summer Festival brings five weeks of ten carefully curated events that are a combination of virtual and hybrid. The Festival runs June 17 – July 17 and many of the events premiere every week on Thursdays. There’s also a fun and special door-delivery food and special
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Canada Day in Pitt Meadows
Canada Day in Pitt Meadows

The City of Pitt Meadows acknowledges that Canada Day feels sombre this year and may be difficult for some in the community, especially in light of the atrocities discovered at former residential schools across Canada. With this in mind, the City of Pitt Meadows will be offering a variety of
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Canada Day in Port Coquitlam
Canada Day in Port Coquitlam

This coming Canada Day July 1st, 2021, Port Coquitlam will focus on safely connecting at home in recognition that Canada Day this year will be a time of reflection for many. Activities on July 1 will include: Lions Club drive-through pancake breakfast at Riverside secondary from 8 to 11 a.m. (first-come,
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