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Volunteer participants will learn to build fences made from invasive plant materials that will help to stabilize sensitive habitat along North Creek.
A retrospective exhibition that will include over 30 works of art from esteemed artist Toni Onley.
Appearing in the documentary “The Revival: Women and the Word” is cast member t’ai freedom ford, who is touring her first poetry collection “how to get over”.
Join us for a matinee reading at the new VPL nə́c̓aʔmat ct Strathcona Branch with t’ai and local poet and Vancouver Slam Master, Jillian Christmas.
Free drop-in walks at The Shipyards are offered Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am and pm. Whether you need a great post-Grind cool down or would just love to experience a different yoga venue at one of the city’s most spectacular locations, these 60-minute class are bound to enhance your physical well-being and kick start your weekend.
Alchemy Theatre and Vagabond Players present Love’s Labour’s Lost.
Our upcoming After Dark event is all about design and innovation in the outdoors.
Come play outside in the Science Park with your friends.
Garlic Festival Celebrate the garlic harvest by gazing upon garlic, eating garlic, buying garlic, listening to garlic-friendly music, and not worrying about your breath at all because everyone is mowing down on arguably the most delicious addition to pretty much any meal.The exhibition is both a showcase and a critical exploration of ‘achievement’ and ‘excellence’ in traditional and contemporary First Nations art.Featuring photographs and video works from the early 1960s to the present that capture the urban environment of the Greater Vancouver region, its citizens and the vast “natural” landscape of the province.She describes working with cedar bark as, “travelling back in time” or “touching the cosmos”. After 28 years, this festival has hit a stride of near perfection (and don’t even get us started on the amazing costumes.) The first overview of the extraordinary career of Levine Flexhaug (1918 – 1974), born in the Treelon area near Climax, Saskatchewan.Her creations have a profound impact within contemporary Northwest Coast art and beyondin a custom-built tent on the beach while sipping wine, beer, and munching on a picnic lunch themed to the play? It brings together approximately 450 of the artist’s paintings as well as several of his mural-sized works.