Berry Picking in Metro Vancouver
U-Pick & Ready Picked: Berry Fields Around Metro Vancouver

You know summer has arrived when the berry fields around Metro Vancouver open. You can take your kids out to the berry patches, teach them about how fruit ends up on our table, get them to help pick the berries (inevitably they will add both over and under ripe berries
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Burnaby Village Museum
Spring & Summer at Burnaby Village Museum 2021

This summer families can once again stroll through the 1920’s village found in Burnaby. Many of the exhibits are open with staff ready to interact and share their expertise in all things historical. Stop by the Burnaby Lake General Store to learn about popular store purchases in the 1920’s Check
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Our Kids Media Private School Expo 2020
Interested in Private School? Take Part in the 2020 Virtual Private School Expo

Whether your child is nearing school age or if they are already enrolled, every September parents cross fingers and toes hoping their child’s educational experience will be a positive one. And this year, thanks to the global pandemic, school is even more top-of-mind than usual. If you are in the
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Chilliwack Corn Maze
Chilliwack Corn Maze Family Night – Kids Go FREE (Discount Code)

Yes the weather is gross, but why not grab the kids and get outside and make some memories. On Thursday September 24, the Chilliwack Corn Maze is hosting Family Night. In addition to live music performances by Greg Neufeld, admission is FREE for the kids! That’s right, you get all
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Re-Opening Metro Vancouver
Arenas and Fitness Centres Re-Opening in Vancouver

Many families in the City of Vancouver will be delighted to know that select indoor fitness and ice arenas are set to re-open in September. The Vancouver Park Board, in partnership with local community centre associations, will begin by reopening 12 fitness centres in mid-September, with the remaining 12 locations
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Surrey Fusion Festival
13th Annual Surrey Fusion Festival (Virtual for 2020)

Celebrate food, music and culture virtually this year! In participation with Culture Days, Surrey Fusion Festival will host a 90-minute virtual livestream followed by a month-long interactive cultural video series on social media. The Interactive Cultural Video Series (available on Facebook and Instagram September 25 – October 25, 2020) will feature
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Campbell Valley Country Celebration

Head out to Campbell Valley Regional Park in the Township of Langley and experience the tradition and charm of Country Celebration an event that celebrates nature, heritage, agriculture and community. 2019 marks the 40th anniversary of the Campbell Valley Country Celebration. This fabulous fall tradition is back and more fun
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Coho Festival

Coho Festival is always held the second Sunday after Labour Day.  Thousands of people attend the festival and enjoy the exhibits in the sustainability zone, the outdoor entertainment by the water in Ambleside Park, participate in children’s activities and enjoy the famous salmon barbecue (Wild Alaskan Salmon, which is in
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Bard on the Beach
CANCELLED: Bard on the Beach

April 7, 2020: Please note this event has been cancelled due to COVID-19. Bard on the Beach has indicated the shows programmed for 2020 will be moved forward to 2021. Celebrating its 31st Season in 2020, Bard on the Beach is one of Canada’s largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare Festivals. Presented in
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TEMPORARILY CLOSED: Kerrisdale Play Palace

April 1, 2020: Please note this venue is temporarily closed due to COVID-19.We love the Kerrisdale Play Palace. The inside of the Kerrisdale Cyclone Taylor Arena is converted into a fantastically fun play area for kids! This is the perfect play space for kids aged 12 years and under. The play
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