Imagine Van Gogh
Imagine Van Gogh – The Immersive Exhibition

Talk about a full-body experience. From the stunning visuals to the soul-filling music, Imagine Van Gogh is an immersive experience like none I’ve ever experienced. To be honest I wasn’t totally sure what to expect when visiting Imagine Van Gogh. I’d read the website, I’d seen photos of friends’ visits,
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Popcorn, Rides, Cotton Candy & Fun! CARNIVALS in Metro Vancouver

Check out our complete guide to Carnivals in Metro Vancouver! Amusement rides, popcorn, sticky cotton candy, and oh so many memories! We’ve all been there and we want our kids to have the same fun. Check out the various carnivals happening around the Lower Mainland. If we’ve missed one, send
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Easter Chocolate
Easter Chocolate – Where to Find Yummy Treats in Metro Vancouver

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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Spring Break at the FRDC
Spring Break at the FRDC!

Spring Break at the FRDC: Take a break and spring into the Discovery Centre! This Spring Break, the FRDC is excited to offer two weeks of interactive family-friendly activities, tours, and online programs from Saturday, March 13th to Sunday, March 28th! – At the Centre, they will run interactive activity
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Cherry Blossom Festival
Cherry Blossom Festival

The organizers of the Cherry Blossom Festival are very creative individuals. Recognizing that the large-attendee events must remain cancelled due to COVID, they have put together many events that we can all enjoy while following the social distancing orders. “Now, more than ever, people need positive messaging and ways to
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Shoreline Studios Summer Camps
Shoreline Studios Fuels Acting Passion Through Spring Break Camps

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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Art by Surrey Secondary School Students

Did you know that the Surrey school district is the largest in the province? Just think of all the budding artists based in the large network of secondary schools! More than 50 artists are sharing their work with the public: drawings, paintings, collages, photographs, and prints. The students’ artwork tell
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Twilight Drive In Movie Theatre
Twilight Drive-In Movie Theatre

Take a trip to the past at the Twilight Drive-In Movie Theatre.  Bring blankets, snuggle up with the kids and watch a great movie from the comfort of your own car.  You don’t need to worrying about hushing the kids; the only ones bothered by their chattering are the other
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FlyOver Iceland
FlyOver Iceland at FlyOver Canada {GIVEAWAY!}

FlyOver Canada is one of our favourite experiences in Vancouver. We love their holiday themed events (Halloween and Christmas) and we love the special attractions (in the past we’ve experienced Soar Over Taiwan and Soar Over America). For the first time ever FlyOver Canada is bring FlyOver Iceland to the
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Will's Jams Live
Will’s Jams Live on Facebook Live

My kids grew up listening to Will Stroet and the Backyard Band. I know we caught him in concert at least 5 times! Until very recently my 11 year old still had a framed picture, in his room, of an early meeting with Will. I think my kid was 3
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