Founded in 1947, the North Shore Artists Guild will mark its 75th birthday as a vital arts organisation on the North Shore in 2022. With the goal increasing the interest and appreciation of original art in local communities, the Guild focuses on developing member artists through demonstrations, courses and workshops. This is our biggest event […]
Riley Park Winter Farmers Market is operating as an essential service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Public health modifications are in place to ensure the safety of the community. The market will be operating as four separate mini markets divided into zones. Plan your shop – check out eatlocal.org to view the Market zones, The Market […]
Run, walk and dance your way around BC and Yukon to raise funds that will ensure the success and sustainability of science fairs across BC and Yukon. Your participation helps foster a sense of excitement and discovery for young people in STEAM while staying active and building community. From April 15 to May 29, we’ll be logging […]
Arctic Voices takes visitors on a riveting journey over the tundra and into the world’s northernmost biome. Enjoy an immersive experience of the fascinating, changing Arctic through its many voices: its people, ecology, wildlife and way of life. Through to August 31. https://www.scienceworld.ca
North Vancouver Magazine – Dec 2020 – A look back at our Year in Review 2020 with our anniversary special, plus a look at our Cat’s Meow charity events and giving page, podcast previews with West Vancouver Mayor Mary-Ann Booth, Cars with Craig and Chris and the Mercedes G Wagon and more.
The Metro Vancouver Tourism and Hospitality Industry Response and Recovery Task Force, an umbrella group representing almost 75 organizations in the travel and tourism sector, is applauding the provincial government’s announcement regarding the move into Phase Three of BC’s Restart Plan. Among several key element outlined as allowed Phase Three, the Plan states that British […]