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canada day 2017: 150 things to do to celebrate canada\'s 150th

by:KK INFLATABLE      2020-06-04
Happy birthday to us!
Gather your friends and family to celebrate one of the many events and events that take place on the Vancouver Metro and elsewhere.
Festivals, concerts, outdoor entertainment, stage shows, parades, fireworks and more
Everyone has something.
Canada Day in Canada Square this year will be two days.
Commemoration of the Federation Day on 150.
Highlights include Sam Roberts, Feifei Dobson, Emerson Avenue, Hey Ocean, five stages of the show!
\"Dragon woman\", \"Madeline Merlot\" and \"Matinee\"; plus a multi-
Community Fireworks Display (July 1)
Pancake Breakfast (July 2)
Canada 50 parade through downtown Vancouver (July 2).
Canada 150 parade floats, marching bands, etc!
As part of Canada\'s 150 celebration in Plaza Canada, the parade is part of two celebrations
A series of events celebrating Canada\'s 150 th.
The parade starts in brawton and West Georgia, travels east along West Georgia, turns north at Pollard, ends at Pollard and West pendale.
• Downtown Vancouver • July 26:30 p. m.
City of Vancouver: scanada 150 mural, Canada 150 celebration
Discover Vancouver as an indigenous land.
New Aboriginal artist
Murals and other 2-
Works of art are on display throughout Vancouver this summer.
Selected by a selection group, the work will reflect on the city, its defining features, and their relationship to important cultural sites. • July1-
The canada1 50 mural event, which starts on July 1-
31 Canada 150: The Gathering of canoes bears witness to the traditional landing of a canoe trip. During a 10-
A day trip from Sunshine Coast to downtown Vancouver along the traditional Highway, up to 30 canoes-
Scratch hands with First Nations, public service agencies and youth
Will request permission to land in the traditional territories of musscrim, squimish and teslier
Native Waututh.
Bring your friends and family to the afternoon feast and celebration party.
• Vanier Park, 1100 Chestnut Street
11 a, July 14. m. -5 p. m.
Canada 150: drums are part of the Vancouver 150 celebration, a nine-day festival of Aboriginal and diverse arts and culture.
Headlines include the iconic St. Buffy
Mary, PowWowStep creator DJ Shub, singer,
Songwriter, writer of literary magnate Townsend Highway, spoken poet, musician Shane kochsan.
Other highlights include hands
Workshops and live programmes in the form of indigenous housing.
• Camby and Ravel Park, Georgia Street• July22-
30 free Indigenous Fashion Week
Vancouver\'s annual aboriginal fashion week.
The idea of former international model Joleen Mitten, will show the super
Local fashion design and styling stars and emerging artists.
• Juli 26-lobby of Ravel Park and Queen Elizabeth Theatre29, 5-8 p. m.
Canada 150: reconciliation tour held on September 24 e. Canada 150: reconciliation tour
Journey to reconciliation.
Inspired by the chief doctor
Robert Joseph. B. C.
Given the heritage of Indian boarding schools, walking was initially considered a therapeutic tool for Aboriginal people and all Canadians.
When you follow 3-
4 km route, experience first-
The power of healing and transformation of hand\' namwayut-
We are all one and this will guide us on our journey together.
It starts at Camby Street and Georgia Street, and ends at Penny Street and Calar Street. 24, 9 a. m. -2 p. m.
French festivals embrace French culture and heritage through live music, with ILAM and other artists from Vancouver French festival artists participating in residential projects, children\'s entertainment, traditional French cuisine and more.
Enjoy the poutine or Montreal smoked and bacon while enjoying the show and keeping in touch with the French people in your heart.
• Canada Square, North Point and West Promenade, June 24m. -5 p. m.
Free Strawberry Festival This annual festival features live music from strawberry shortbread for sale, black gardenia and backspin bluegrass bands, free horse riding and carriage rides, and a variety of vendors.
• Barclays Heritage Plaza, 1447 Barclays Avenue. • June 24, 1-4 p. m. • Free, 604-669-
5051 Greek day on Broadway live in Greece!
Enjoy Greek cuisine and drinks, market vendors, entertainment and live music in a leisurely, lively and delicious Greek atmosphere.
• MacDonald to Blenheim Street • June 25m. -9 p. m. • FreeUNITE!
This full-day show celebrates the diversity and culture of Canada, our city, our province and our country.
Engage with artisans and touring performers, attend seminars and events, and end the day with a free concert in headline news Alex Cuba and Delhi Dublin 2.
• Canada Square North Point and West Promenade, June 27m. -8 p. m.
• FreeYYR food festival weekend-
A long celebration of Vancouver\'s food culture.
Including local and international culinary talent cooperation, serving long table dinner, large outdoor brunch, Canadian Day barbecue with live music, food
TED speech center
The stylish speaker collection, along with the festival\'s flagship event \"Street Food Showdown\"-a gathering of 80 dining cars, restaurants, wineries and breweries.
Olympic Village, 215 W. 1st Ave.
From June 29-7 to 3, YYR Gourmet Festival will be held on the 41 th of Year 6, a great community festival for the whole family.
Including a variety of live entertainment activities, from dancers in Port Moody\'s Can to local bands and headlines such as soldiers.
The event also includes food, craft beer, arts and crafts, interactive events and youth talent competitions. • June 30: 6-11 p. m. , July 1-2: 11 a. m. -11 p. m. , July 3: 11 a. m. -6 p. m.
• Port Moody\'s Rocky Point Park celebrates the 30 th anniversary of port side Crab Park at its 30 th annual festival, becoming the official Waterfront Park in downtown Vancouver East.
Local shows include Jesse Waldman trio, Sinead Sanders and Mike Van eye band for double D & Sandy Bone, as well as First Nations opening ceremony, speaker, water park and Facebook for kids. • 101 E. Waterfront Rd.
North foot of Main Street July 1, 1-4 p. m.
Celebrate Canada\'s 150 th birthday on the farm and celebrate 1899 th birthday on the return of this revival Dominion Day.
Enjoy live music, dance shows, carnival games, crafts and more.
• Historic Stewart Farm, 13723 Crescent Road.
July 1 and July 2, 11m. -7 p. m. • Free, 604-592-
6956 Dominion Day Festival at the historic Stewart FarmSteveston Salmon Festival \"Canada\'s biggest little birthday party since 1945.
\"Celebrate 150 anniversary of our country with a pancake breakfast, followed by a children\'s bicycle parade at 9: 30. m.
Then the Canadian day parade at 10: 00. m.
The festival opens at noon, including the opening ceremony, the Japanese cultural exhibition, the trade show, the horticultural exhibition, the children and youth festival, the demonstrations, the food fair and the Artisan Gallery. An inflatable carnival and Midway Island, as well as a two-day food truck festival (July 1 and 2).
The main attraction is the salmon barbecue, which grill over 1200 pounds wild salmon slices on the open fire pit.
• Steveston Village • July 1 summer salsa cruise line set sail with us to celebrate the 17 seasons of the summer salsa cruise line.
Three levels of Latin music, three DJs, free salsa classes and dance shows and good food are available. • July 2 (
Branca kick-off party in Vancouver Latin Week Carnival), July 15, Aug. 12, Aug. 20 (Family Cruise), Aug. 26, Sept.
MV Britannia at the foot of 9 Man Street-604-312-
6772 dance on the edge 2017 this annual contemporary dance festival showcases 30 Mixed shows and full-length works from over 20 different dance companies and choreographers in Canada. • July6-
The annual Steveston Salmon Festival the arrival of the seventh Indian summer season of the Indian summer season provides an idea
World-leading literary dialogue
Exhibition of performing and public art. Grammy Award-
Award-winning musician, speaker, hip-
This summer festival, hip hop artists and international visionaries will collaborate in venues around the city. • July6-
This family\'s 2017 summer Greece event
The friendly festival offers delicious Greek food and rich multicultural entertainment.
4641 Boundary Road• July6-16, Mondays-Wednesdays: 4-10 p. m. / Thursdays-Sundays: noon-11 p. m.
Admission free, 604-438-
The 6432 theater under the stars, TUTS, uses a pair of music to inject a pleasant magical entertainment into the summer --
Mary Poppins and sleepy escort are the highlights of the Broadway blockbuster.
• Markin bowl, 610 Pipeline Road.
July 7-8. 19, 8 p. m.
Perform on alternate nights (shows at 7 p. m.
Fireworks Night)• 1-877-840-
\"Theater 0457 under the stars\" presented a wonderful performance for Mary Popins Whistler Children\'s Day.
Hand brought by running activities in July-
Arts workshops, crafts, theaters, more
Media, dance, music and magic performances at Whistler Olympic Square. • July7-
Carnaval del Sol is the largest Latin music festival in the Pacific Northwest with the best Latin music, dance, food and carnival atmosphere in Vancouver.
• Concord Pacific Plaza, fake Creek • July 8 and July 9 • Free Harrison Festival enjoy a festival of spectacular mountains and beaches against Lake Harrison. This family-
Friendly activities include music from all over the world, as well as a special day for visual and literary arts, theater, large seaside art markets, seminars and children.
• Juli 8-Harrison Springs
The Sun Festival is the largest Latin festival in the Pacific Northwest.
Vancouver\'s largest free music festival Khatsahlano street party
Bubbling with poppies, dancing headlines, including Zolas, stadium, D. O. A.
Louise Burns
And children\'s entertainers; a yoga class;
Fashion show, fitness class;
Cooking demonstration; 50 food trucks;
Games and shopping.
• Burrard of Kitsilano to the west 4 th Avenue of MacDonald on July 8m. -9 p. m.
2017 The annual craft beer culture celebration includes 50 breweries, 120 craft breweries, live music and food trucks.
• July 8, 2-Ossiam Pavilion, downtown Squamish8 p. m. • $35, 778-903-
4268 Vancouver\'s top music and food supplier fair is a family-
Friendly, have fun in the sun and enjoy a full day of music experience.
A wide variety of food suppliers will offer taco feast like other suppliers.
Enjoy the ring of the fire taco eating contest and listen to Vancouver\'s music-
Based on rock bands, etc.
• Noon on July 8-Swangard Stadium in bennabby10 p. m.
Free car Day celebrates the vibrancy of Vancouver\'s diverse neighborhoods.
The annual art culture festival uses traffic lanes as a community-centric public space to provide performances, vendors and activities for people of all ages.
• Shakespeare\'s day, a free poet on the beach, July 9. The stage will be staged in the summer of another classic theater, with four classic Shakespeare plays and a short play.
Run contemporary drama.
Together, they will take you from a mythical past to the modern.
Venice and contemporary Vancouver.
• The program includes: until, do nothing.
The story of winter until yesterday.
22 | Merchant of Venice, June 22-Sept.
16 | Two Gentlemen of Verona, June 29-Sept.
Sherlock, wait. 6-
15 Vanier Park starts at $604-739-
0559The stage will be held in the French district of Vancouver at the beach music festival for another year. The 28 th edition of the festival brings some of today\'s top French artists into an amazing festival show.
Enjoy the eclectic music of the concert, with the crazy Skat melody, the strain of ukriri (
Long-lasting combustion)
Sexy episode (
National University of France)
There are also a large number of percussion instruments, dotted with the rhythm of world music and chords on the piano and guitar.
• June14-Various venues
Artist of the year in Vancouver-27 Queer Arts Festivalrun, multi-
Challenges and thinking from the discipline Festival
Promoting borders and promoting dialogue.
This year\'s theme, unstable, shows the work of two people.
Spiritual perspective, explore contemporary roles and experiences, and provide a platform for innovation and experiment at the intersection between native art and queer art.
• Junhouse community center, 181 Roundhouse Mews • June17-
The 29 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival has been held for more than 30 years, and the iconic festival brings together the world\'s best artists and audiences.
There are 300 indoor and outdoor performances this year, including a diverse lineup featuring international headlines.
June 23-7-24 th 0 th anniversary: Vancouver Folk Music Festival 60 music performances from 20 countries, 10 states and 9 provinces will help celebrate the big 4-0.
This year\'s lineup includes Billy Prague and Joe Henry, Sean Colvin, Catherine Edwards, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Barenaked Ladies, female music icon Fallon and her all-star Scotland from Haiti traditionalist RURA, Chouk Bwa liète and more.
• Jericho Beach Park, July 13-
16 children/families made in Canada: inspiring creativity and innovation celebrate Canadian creativity and innovation through the scientific world original exhibition made in Canada, where you drive the creative process. Get hands-
Build the fastest sled, build the Vancouver building, and create your own mix of Canadian sounds.
Vote for your favorite Canadian invention, test and drive your designed aircraft and discover the famous (and not-so-famous)
Canadian invention.
• Toulouse Science World, 1455 Quebec Street• Until Sept.
4 made in Canada: inspiring creativity and innovation is a new exhibition of Canada\'s science world South Army 150 celebration, celebrating Canada\'s 150 th birthday with free food
Themed events and crafts, inflatable castles and walks-
Visit the South Arm museum of history.
Live performances include Hip Show (
Unfortunately, the hip tribute band)
Richmond children\'s choir, 55 drummers from taiko and Chele Jardin.
• South Arm Community Center, 8880 Williams Road.
Richmond, noon, June 245 p. m. • Free, 604-238-
8060 North Triangle day this annual festival celebrates Canada and our cultural heritage.
Enjoy a barbecue salmon, chicken dinner, a parade and picnic of all side dishes, burgers, hot dogs and chips.
• North Delta community park, 11311 Avenue 87.
June 25 10:30. m. -5 p. m. • Free, 604-368-
2372 Circo Osorio circus this intimate-
The ring setting of the big top subordinate provides an upwardclose-and-
Personal circus experience
Aerial artists swing, acrobats roll, artists resist the law of gravity a few inches from your seat.
• Richmond Lanston Center: June 29-
July 3 | Gao Guilin Center: July 6-
Under 10 $25, 10/freeCanada Day Skate celebrates Canada Day with family on this Canadian Day Skate.
• Poirier sports & leisure center, 633 Poirier St.
July 1 1:30 Coquitlam4:30 p. m.
$2/person including rent, 604-927-
6027 Vancouver Maritime Museum: 150 celebrating Canada\'s 150 birthday
Friendly crafts and activities.
Experience the story of multicultural with the wheel of Pangu art (10 a. m. -noon);
Get ideas through the children\'s fishing boat print workshop led by WePress (noon-4 p. m. )
Explore the Royal Mounted Police ship St.
National Historic Site of Canada.
• Vancouver Maritime Museum, $1, July 1, 1905 Ogden Point. 50, 604-257-
8300 Sunset celebrates Canada\'s 150 th birthday with the community.
Enjoy free activities and entertainment including face painting, music, inflatable toys, rides, dance shows, etc.
• Sunset Community Center, 6810 Main Street• July 1, noon-4 p. m.
Canada Day celebration at sunset Canada 150: Unbe-get your face and enjoy other fun activitiesLEAF-
Celebrate a great time in Canada at the library!
Play with video chat and meet kids on the other side of the country.
Take part in fun trivia and talk about what makes you proud of being Canadian.
Level 2 or above.
• Vancouver Public Library, Renfrew Branch, 296922nd Ave. • July 6, 11 a. m. -
Free Noon, 604-257-
Fly over Canada at 8705 miscellaneous, in this new, brand newages ride.
Take the latest projection and ride technology into a huge dome screen and create a real flight experience that takes you through Canada from east to west
The certification conference center for the Vancouver Convention Center Canada Day open day is . . . . . . We are not just maple syrup and moose.
We surpassed the beaver and the hockey stick.
This exhibition shares the significance of becoming a Canadian and is a celebration of Canadian culture in 150.
• Historic Stewart Farm, 13723 Crescent Road.
Surrey until yesterday. 4, Fridays-Sundays, noon-4 p. m. • 604-592-
6956 Vancouver Convention Center: Explore the world\'s first Platinum-
Accredited Conference Center, home to famous TED conferences and other exciting events from around the world.
Learn about the many features of the facility, including its marine habitat and six
Living Roof on acres;
Visit the new event Expo;
Understand the business of meetings and meetings;
Fun family activities
Friendly activities.
• July 1, Vancouver Convention Center West, 1055 Canada Squarem. -6 p. m.
The Royal Canadian Mint has launched a special collection of coins to celebrate 150 session of Canada.
Each coin represents our Canadian identity, our collective pride, and important moments that we will never forget.
• 752 Granville Street• 604-681-
6772 wild Pacific salmon in 30-
Explore the minute movie spectacle of the connection between nature and our urban environment.
After the sun sets, the lower surface of the bridge will become a wild river filled with migratory salmon.
Continuously take the audience on a repeat immersive journey in B. C.
Waters for thousands of years
The lower surface of the co-Park Cambie Stree Bridge, 1020 Marinaside Crescent. From June 28. 20FUSE: 2167—
In this special later stage, launch a shell to the future
After 150, the evening art party returns to push the gallery to the future
All the way in 2167!
A series of unexpected events and unexpected encounters will make this art
Twist the night into time to create an environment of convergence
The audience can think about the present from the imagination of 150.
• Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby Street• June 30, 8 p. m.
For $24, the RCMP celebrates Canada\'s 150 in red serge uniform: The Red Serge Festival celebrates Canada\'s 150, let yourself sit in their splendid red serge with our iconic RCMP members.
• Bennabi Village Museum, 6501 Luhu Avenue.
Tuesday, July 4 to August. 29, noon-2 p. m. • 604-297-
4565 Playland night: Adults Only enjoy adult-only nights-
Only beer, wine, food, midcourse games, and the exciting rides of Playland.
This activity includes the Park-
Wide bar, guest DJ, special events and specialty cocktails, and other special events for adults only, Playland-
Surprise theme
• PNE playground • July7-July 7, 14, 21 and 28-
28, Friday, 7 p. m. m. -
$22/$26 at midnight.
Memorial Year of New Westminster: 1966-1967 Two one-hundred-
New Westminster celebrates its anniversary for several consecutive years.
The centennial of British Columbia and the Vancouver Island Colonial Union took place in 1966, and the centennial of Canada took place in 1967.
Join the city archivist, who has explored the royal city for two years using archival sources.
• Anvil Centre, room 417, 777 Columbia Street
New Westminster, July 9m.
Free, registration required, 604-527-
Banned city: Mob 4640 No Vancouver hiking! Opium! Booze!
From Victory Square to Chinatown.
Get an insight into Vancouver\'s dirtiest secrets on this scandal-filled walking tour.
| Lost souls in Gaines town: walk in the back streets and alleys of Victorian Gaines town on this Gothic Theater adventure.
Discover stories of fire, smallpox and murder.
| Secrets of Stanley Park: Discover the infamous crime scene, glittering downtown landscapes, historical totem poles, secret cemeteries, strange public art and huge ancient trees. • 604-227-
7570 enjoy the night dedicated to 19 spectators on the new playground night: Adults only for the city walking tour of the Vancouver Police Museum red light gathering point: back to an era of wine selling, wine, ladies and desires dominate the streets.
| Dice, Dice, and opium pipeline: gain insight into the lives of the police who served the city a century ago --
Vancouver was at the center of sexual, drug and organized crime.
| Walking on the beat: no one knows more about the city\'s fight to expose crime and corruption than men and women who serve to protect crime and corruption. • 604-665-
3346 surrey\'s traditional rail ride is BCER 1225, a repaired intercity rail car.
1225 leaf Cloverdale station passes through the farmland, Sullivan\'s station, through the Trans-Moon Road.
About 55 minutes per trip, including commentary along the way.
• Highway Cloverdale station.
10 Street and 176A Street behind Cloverdale\'s clyinn Hotel, May 6-10.
Saturday and Sunday, 9: 30. m. -4 p. m.
$5, $10, $ month food/DRINKCanada 150 afternoon tea the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver is inspired by its iconic grand railroad guest house train crossing the country to establish a Canadian 150 afternoon tea.
Enjoy a full-soaked cup of tea, scones, sand cartoon berry fruit plate, Canadian tea sandwich and in-
The house baked candy.
Children\'s tea, including children\'s tea, is also provided
Delicious tea sandwiches, scones, biscuits and other delicious sweets.
Fairmont Vancouver, 900 WGeorgia St. • Until Sept.
3. sit at 11: 00 a day. m. , 1 p. m. and 3 p. m.
$59/adult, $29. 50/child (12 and under), 604-662-
1900 high tea hunting and collection, First Nation feast tour and dinner enjoy a feast of delicious Aboriginal inspiration and cultural presentation by the world famous performing team.
Tour the museum with a guided tour and discover the stories of hunters and gatherers who traditionally live in Haitian territory.
• The cultural center of squimish lewatt, 4584 Blackcomb Road, Whistler. m. • $65/$25, 604-964-
0990 long table: pull a chair for community affairs and sit at the long table to enjoy a unique dining experience with the community.
The event provides an opportunity for people who work, live and study in downtown Surrey to get together to celebrate the 150 th birthday in the Community and Canada.
Five feast in delicious
Course meals outside the scenic civic square, each course has a different narrative of Canadian tradition.
• Municipal Plaza, 13450 104 Street.
Surrey, June 27-9 p. m.
$40 large outdoor party for cooking local music, food and beer on Canadian day.
Including the performance of singers
Pop icka, Pop music
Punk artist Supermoon, dream pop band Jody Glenham and dreamers, new wave band logo, tropical indie pop band leisure club and 10-
67 pieces of afrobeat clothing from Camaro.
Olympic Village, 215 W. 1st Ave. • July 1, 1-8 p. m. • $10-
$59 Sky dinner is beyond any restaurant you have been.
The guests were lifted 150 feet or more by a huge 200-
The foot crane came to see the city in a way they had never seen before.
The Sky Chef first uses-
First-class ingredients are served and dishes inspired by the latest trends in modern cooking are offered. • July1-
31 take you to a new height at skyseniors strawberry tea dinner. On Canadian day, you are invited to attend the annual seniors strawberry tea.
The traditional event, hosted by the mayor and Parliament, will serve tea and strawberry cakes for the elderly in Surrey.
Live entertainment and activities will also be provided for everyone.
• Cloverdale entertainment center, 6188 Street, 176
Surrey, 11 th, July 1m. -3 p. m.
Featured tours include: a tour of the Granville Island Market, granville Island food shopping tour and Chinatown tour with dim summ Vancouver brewery tour fun and informative public and private brewery tour offer the exclusive Vancouver brewery
Food walking tour includes: the best brunch tour on the city center Food car tour, Iron Road Town city food tour, hidden gem food tour on the Main Street and Vancouver winery tour.
The bloody Ceasar is a typical Canadian drink.
This Canadian specialty drink combines vodka, clam juice and spices.
Whether you decorate you with celery stems, spicy beans, or go all out and order a crazy Caesar on Davie (
Check for $60)
Be sure to celebrate Canada\'s 150 with this classic Canadian cocktail.
The Canadian film company on the screen celebrates Canada\'s 2017 \"Double Eleven\"
A long-term free screening program to celebrate Canada\'s 150 birthday and its rich film heritage.
1131 Howe Street Film Center• Free, 604-688-
There are 3456 giants among us: Rick Hansen and the great white whale, which is the pride of a country.
The legendary creatures
One of the largest rivers in the world.
Celebrating Canada 150 with Rick Hansen and filmmaker Robert E.
At the premiere of this new documentary, the giant among us: Rick Hansen and the great beluga whale.
• Art Center, gold company, 149 WHastings St. • June 24, 7 p. m.
• $15 City Cinema: bring chairs and enjoy free outdoor movies like crazy. Like Crazy (
La pazza jiao ya, Virz GmbH, 2016-English subtitles in Italy)
It is the story of Donatella, the unruly residents of the Toscani psychiatric hospital, and beicui, who will give up their differences in order to regain their freedom.
Start at 7 in the evening. m.
The movie starts at sunset with entertainment and music.
• Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, 630 Hamilton Street• June 28, 7 p. m.
• Take a blanket and a lawn chair for free, enjoy an outdoor movie screening in the movie at Heritage Park, and spend the evening on the drive with Lightning McQueen and friends --In.
• West Coast Railway Heritage Park, No. 39645 government Road
At 8: 00 on June 30. m.
• $20/car, $5/walk-in (
Bring your own chair), 604-898-
93 36evo summer cinema with blankets under the stars to enjoy the movie (
If weather permits. .
If there is any change to the scheduled film, no notice will be given.
• July 4: Lego barman film | July 11: Peony | July 18: Toy Story | July 25: National irony tour | August.
1: Beauty and the Beast sing-a-long | Aug. 8: Jaws | Aug.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets | August.
22: Guardians of the Galaxy
2 Stanley Park Second Beach Tuesday-July 22, movies book seats free of charge from sunset for the purchase of 150: families celebrate Canada\'s 150 short film at the library!
Watch special screenings of short films curated by the National Film Council.
For families with children aged 5. • July 5, 1-2 p. m.
: VPL Britannia division of Napier St. 1661. , 604-665-
2222 | 3: 30 on July 7-4:30 p. m.
: VPL Renfrew Branch, 2969 E. 22nd Ave. , 604-257-
8705 | July 12, 2-3 p. m.
: VPL Kensington branch, 1428 Cedar Lodge, 604-665-
3961 | July 21, 2-3 p. m.
: VPL dunba branch, 4515 dunba Street, 604-665-
3968 branches of Vancouver Public Library
21 North Vancouver: The movie will be shown on the outdoor big screen at sunset.
There will be many families before the movie starts.
Friendly activities including piano singing
Trivia s, Trivia, clothing and cycling.
July 7: Teen Movie night: Never Ending Story | July 21: secret life for pets | August.
Lego movie | August.
18: 141 Moana Civic Plaza, 14 th
West, North fan July 7-8.
18. The film has been open for free for 50 years from dusk. The Vancouver regional park system has been launched for 50 years.
Celebrate with us!
There are 14,500 hectares of forest, fields, rivers and beaches to explore.
Get a passport, visit the Regional Park and collect stamps along the way to get a reward.
You can even win the prize!
A watershed in Capilano Park in northern Vancouver. The game on Tuesday night was fun and encouraged all the capable people to come out in a great setting to improve their paddle entertainment.
Newcomers are welcome and there are different distances to each game to make sure there are something for each person and for each age.
Any paddle is welcome as long as it is manpower.
• 6-Deep Bay, North van every Tuesday9 p. m. until Sept.
Canada 12 Parks Canada Discovery Pass Canada Park celebrates 150 of Canada by offering a free 2017 Discovery Pass.
This pass gives you unlimited opportunities to enjoy national parks, national marine protected areas and national historic sites throughout the country.
Throughout Canada, until December. 31 • 1-888-773-
The 8888 Vancouver Metro River Basin tour of the three protected basins allows you to discover the source of your tap water.
• Karpinano basin at 9: 00 on Friday and Sundaym. or 12:30 p. m.
13-year-old | Gao Guilin Basin in 9a on Thursday and Saturdaym. or 12:30 p. m.
13 years old | Lower Seymour sanctuary, 9a, Saturday and Sundaym. or 12:30 p. m.
Age 3 KiteClash-Canadian Freestyle Kiteboarding champion society fishing: Reserve ponds join the B. Freshwater Fisheries AssociationC. for this two-
One-hour course, you will learn the basics of freshwater fishing, including hatchery characters, Fish Identification, fishing tackle, rod rigging, casting and handon fishing.
Protected ponds in Hastings Park, 3000Pender St. • June 28, 6-8 p. m.
By donating, registration requires night neighbors to gain insight into the secret life of the park\'s wildlife as local biologist Chris Curry shares the demos and practices
Research Technology.
8-year-old Maple Ridge canaka Creek Regional Park at 7: 30 on June 28m. • $8/$4.
25, registration required, 604-432-
6359, metropolitan Vancouver.
The Canadian freestyle kite surfing tournament celebrates Canada\'s 150 birthday at one of the hottest kite surfing events of the year.
Canada\'s biggest kite boarding competition is attended by more than 70 athletes, including some of the big players in the sport.
• June 30-7-3 • 778-266-
0133Run Canada runs the beautiful trail of the Pacific Spirit Park in this 10 k, 5 k and 1 k children running.
After running, enjoy free hot dogs and Canadian day cakes, as well as a children\'s area featuring inflatable castles and facial painters.
• The July 1 Canadian Cup international softball championship, 3378 UBC brook Mall.
The Canadian Cup international softball tournament has sent invitations to the national team and the elite team of the club, and the events of the past few years are expected to become a promising excellent event.
• Softball City, 2201 148
Julius 7-Surrey17 • 604-536-
The 9287 marketslighting Summer Night Market is the largest summer light show in North America with nine different themes.
There are more than 300 food and merchandise stalls and 20 events or shows per week. It’s family-
Friendly with featured children\'s play area and VIP lounge.
• 12631 Richmond waken Road.
Open at 7: 00 on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays. m.
Night market tickets for dining, art, music, entertainment and shopping are priced at $3.
Enjoy a showcase of local items from artisans and manufacturers, live music shows talent from Area BC.
A beer garden filled with local craft beer and 35 food trucks serving local food.
Located at the foot of North Van Lonsdale Avenue, east of the Seabus and Lonsdale Pier until the 9 th.
30-5 on Friday night. 10 p. m.
• Free admission to the farmer\'s market: benaibi/North Shore benaibi artisan farmer\'s market: benaibi City Hall parking lot, 4949 Canada Road, Saturday, 10m. -2 p. m. , until Oct.
28 | Lonsdale Artisan Farmers Market, 123 Carrie Cates Ct. , North Van. Saturdays 10 a. m. -3 p. m. , until Oct.
28 | Amber side Artisan Farmers Market, 1000 Argyle Street. , West Van. Sundays, 10 a. m. -3 p. m. , until Oct.
29 vendors and kiosks at Richmond Night Market.
Farmers market: Vancouver buys local goods at one of the many farmers markets near Vancouver.
• Lakewood lake trout& E 13th Ave.
Nine on Saturday. m. -2 p. m. , until Oct.
Queen Elizabeth Theatre until October.
Eleven o\'clock A. M. Thursday. m. -3 p. m.
| Kitsilano Community Center, Sunday, 10m. -2 p. m. , until Oct.
22 | Main Street Station, 1100 Station Street, until October.
4, Wednesday, 2-4 p. m.
| Brother cold Park until October.
8, Sunday, 10m. -2 p. m.
| Riley Park, Street 30& Ontario St. , June 24-Oct.
7. Saturday, 10. m. -2 p. m.
| West End, Comox St. 1100, until Oct.
Saturday, nine o\'clock A. M. m. -2 p. m.
Richmond Night Market, the local night market, opened in season 17, will host a 150 Canadian celebration.
Enjoy more than 200 stall stalls, 500 food options, live shows and carnival games from all over the world.
8351 River Road
May 12-10.
9. open at 7: 00 on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays. m. • $3.
75 approved music let\'s listen to Yale town: free outdoor jazz to celebrate 150 music in Canada, and Yale town will host a five-day free outdoor jazz.
In the week leading up to Canada Day, the community will use the Canadian live jazz band\'s sound serenade during lunch time and after work.
• Bill Curtis square, Route station for mainland Canada and David30, Monday-Friday: 11 a. m. -1 p. m. and 5-7 p. m.
The son of reggae idol Bob Marley is a Jamaican musician and the leader of the band, Ziggy Marley and melody producer.
Hosted by TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival.
• Granville Theatre, 918 Granville Street• June 26, 8 p. m. • $71/$76! ! ! (Chk Chk Chk)American dance-punk band.
Fox dance performance, 2321 Main Street• June 27, 9 p. m.
• $18 Ryan Adams-
Rock singers and singers
The songwriter celebrates the release of his new album Prisoner.
Orpheum Theatre, Smith Street, 601. • June 27, 8 p. m.
$35, $45, $59.
50 one night with Branford massalis and VSO Grammy Awards-
The award-winning saxophone player will perform the first half of the show with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, and in the second half he will work with his long term
Time Quartet pianist Joey calderzo
Part of the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival.
Orpheum Theatre, Smith Street, 601. • June 28, 8 p. m. • $62-$86, 604-876-
3434 summer music series from Canada to the west tower and Tabra, in the free summer concert series in Surrey, celebrate different genres and music from all over the world.
Our opening night and the grand final will feature Canada\'s 150 celebration.
Be sure to bring your folding chairs, blankets and picnic baskets and enjoy all the performances.
• Surrey Park • Wednesday, June 28-8.
30, free of charge for all kinds of time! ! ! (Chk! Chk! Chk! )
American dance-punk band.
Sonny Landreth American blues/zydeco musician from Southwest Luis Anna state is a particularly famous slide guitar player who won him King slydeko
On June 29, blue Bank Center, North Van Capilano University. m. • $32/$30, 604-990-
7810 Thievery Corporation electronic music duo Rob Garza and Eric Hilton, aka Thievery Corporation, celebrate the release of their new album, Temple of I & I.
Orpheum Theatre, Smith Street, 601. • June 29, 8 p. m. • $95-
$ 110stars Canada Day tribute to Canada Day tribute party back to happy ending Friday residents Rico Uno, Yurie, LeChance, My! Gay!
Husband and jmpp play the originals and remixes from all of your favorite Alexa sound artists, including Drake, Patne gate, etc.
Fortune Sound Club, 147 E. Pender St.
• 10 p gate, June 30m.
Join RSVPAn Evening for a free viewing of Scott Bradley\'s post modern record player created by pianist/songwriter Scott Bradley, SBPJ re-created in a variety of past styles
Orpheum Theatre, Smith Street, 601. • June 30, 8 p. m. • $54-
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra July 1: Enjoy Canada Day celebrations in Whistler, including free concerts for the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra to celebrate National Day.
| July 2: spend a night performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra against an amazing mountain background.
Adam Lambert Queen Brian May, Roger Taylor and Adam Lambert will make their debut on a brand new show specially designed and created for this tour, bringing their favorite Queen favorites to fans is like another biting dust and bohemian whimsy.
• Rogers Arena • July 2m. • $49. 50, $69. 50, $89.
Month, $125, $ 175Queen\'s Brian and Adam LambertDaniel Lanois Canadian music producer, guitarist, singer and songwriter.
• 868 Granville Street, comodor Ballroom
July 5 9:30. m. • $29.
The 50 Canada 150 summer concert series joins us in celebrating our national milestone in this free series.
In the newly built Canadian 150 amphitheater, local talent will be on display throughout the summer.
• Willoughby community park, 7700 St 202A block.
On Thursday, July 6, LangleyAug. 31 at 7 p. m.
• FreeWiz Khalifa performed in the park with smokers Wiz Khalifa and PartyNextDoor at the most famous city music festival in Western Canada this year, with Dillon Francis and Ty Dolla $ ign in three stages, there are also upcoming artists Russ, Harrison Bloom and others.
• Holland Park • July 7 and 8, $199.
$219/level 2.
50/VIP Pokémon: Symphony Evolution by live performance by Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. This video game concert gives fans and newcomers of all ages the opportunity to experience the evolution never before in the Pokémon series.
• Orpheum Theatre • July 7m.
Like \'post 90\'-the party continues to tour all-
The most popular new lineup after 90 smakers.
TLC controls a sense of nostalgia.
Driven explosions from the past, joined the lineup of 90 hot producers, including nature naughty, Biz Markie, Montel Jordan, free Williams and 《
• Abertsford center, 33800 Kings Road.
July 8 7:30. m. • $39. 50, $59. 50, $69. 50, $89.
Play 50 music on the grill enjoy a barbecue dinner on the terrace
Performing Entertainment, followed by a large performance at the studio theater in the evening.
The feature is a bit wild through the performance of acoustic folk music quintet notes.
• Evergreen Cultural Center, 1205 Pinetree Way, Gao Guilin • dinner at 6: 30 on July 8m. , concert 8 p. m.
Dinner show/$55, show only/$604-927-
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra performs at Deer Lake Park.
VSO: the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra holds free outdoor concerts every year, the most popular of which is classical music, there are also two of the most famous and popular John Williams movie themes-Star Wars and
• Bennabil Deer Lake Park, July 99 p. m.
Hungry feast dish Axis theater company freestageth \'owxiya shows the story of six Kwantlen Aboriginal story tellers, and when you take something from the earth, you• June 24-25 and July 1-
2 • Roseline Sturdy amphitheater, Stadium Botanical Garden, 6301 Stadium Road. • 11 a. m. and 1 p. m.
Three comedy historians are trying to condense Canada\'s 15,000-year history into an hour.
Justin Bever, the comedy team of Cabot and Costello, Jacques Cartier puppets and every Canadian Prime Minister, the show will take you from the White order in a minutepacked minutes.
Performed by monster theater.
• June 29, Evergreen Cultural Center, 1205 Pinetree Way, Gao Guilinm.
• $20/$10 • August at the Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver.
30 Oh Canada-True North strong and interesting impromptu cast of the Vancouver Theatre performance alliance to see what makes us unique Canadians in a loving and comedy way-laugh at Canada and Canadians
On the advice of the audience, the actors satirize the traditional Canadian record, the mounted police, the winter, our hungry Prime Minister, hockey, lumberjacks or Tiggs coffee to name just a few endless possibilities.
• Improv center, 1502 Duranleau St.
Granville Island June 29-Sept.
The actors of the Million Dollar Quartet produced by the Art Club theater are inspired by the real events, and this swing point Singing Machine musical will take you into the Sun Record Studio on December 4, 1956, witness the famous recording sessions of rock legends Presley, cash, Lewis and Perkins
The first and only time.
Experience all the clicks that make these powerful stars their icons today.
Sponsored by the Art Club theater company.
• Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage, 2750 Granville Street
It has been held from $29 for artsclub until July 16.
Comedy Girl: The Musical \"this venting and catchy music\" tells about the romantic breakup of three women and the lively antics that follow.
Group music for girls in their 60 s, like my kids, not high enough mountains, provides the perfect backdrop for bittersweet girls to return to their happy journey.
Who knows it would be fun to get dumped?
Sponsored by the Art Club theater company.
• Granville Island Stage • $604-July 29-687-1644, artsclub.
Los Angeles City of Angels.
Time-the end of the 1940 s.
A New York crime novelist, at the request of Hollywood producers, agreed to adapt his latest novel to a script, but how much would he be willing to sacrifice for fame and fortune?
With the marriage of the disillusioned writer broken down, we saw the adventures of his detective at the same time, as in a black and white movie.
Wikipedia and fast
The witty \"Detective Stone\" has a certain relationship with women, but it is always plagued by the person who escaped in the black film crime novel and the music spoof of the treatment of Hollywood writers.
Presented by putting it together (PIT)Collective.
• Juli 8-Granville Island Performance
On Broadway in Canada, The Phantom of the opera is part of season 2017/18.
The Phantom of Canada\'s Broadway opera shows the amazing musical success of Cameron McIntosh\'s newly produced Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Directed by Matthew Bourne and Cameron Mackintosh, the film has many exciting special effects, including the legendary chandelier of the show.
Beloved story and exciting score-all my requests to you and the masquerade are performed by 52 actors and orchestras, making this phantom one of the biggest pieces on tour now.
• Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 630 Hamilton Street• July12-23 • $37. 50-
Tickets are $140.
Actors, activists, dock workers, actors, musicians, lecturers, poets, activists, environmental activists and Aboriginal leaders; Dan George (
Born in glazvanan la Hort)
Be remembered.
Grew up in Burrard India Reserve 3, son of hereditary chief George Sla
Holt, who spent most of his life working as a docker and logging worker, began his acting career in his 60 s.
Although the focus of this exhibition is Dan George, it has also gone deep into the important events and individuals in the B. First Nations rights movementC. and Canada.
• Museum of North Vancouver, 209 W. 4th St.
Dan George Emily Carr: as a landscape painter, this collection of works of art, mainly from gallery collections, enters the forest, including some of Carl\'s greatest canvases and oil on paper.
• Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby Street
Attraction of fishing nets: Canada\'s commercial fishing celebrates the story of the people, locations and achievements of Canada\'s East and West Coast commercial cod and salmon fishing industry.
This exhibition shares how the fisheries from pre-
The modern Federation.
• George\'s tank farm, 12138 th Avenue 4.
Richmond 604-664-
Sports Hall of Fame exhibitions, galleries and interactive exhibitions tell the story of B. SportsC.
From the beginning of 1800 to Today. • B. C.
Door A 604-place687-
5520 Betty Museum of Biodiversity natural history, including Canada\'s largest blue whale skeleton.
• 2212 the main mall of the UBC campus 604-822-
5082 Britannia Mining Museum holds the material and social history of mining in Area B. C.
• Britannia Beach • 604-896-
2233 Capilano salmon hatchery, led by a self-guided tour, understands how fish develop from eggs to the early stages of their cubs and sees salmon cruising upstream during the spawning season.
• 4500 kapilano Road
Cliffeau Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in freecarano Suspension Bridge Park has 450ft-
Long suspension bridge, treetop adventure and Cliff.
• 3735 kapilano Road
• 604-North van985-7474H. R.
The Macmillan Space Center learns about space and the night sky through Planetarium displays, live demonstrations, interactive exhibition galleries, and evening lectures.
1100 Chestnut Street• 604-738-
7827 Haitian cable car on this cable car, you can enjoy the stunning natural landscape of Howe Bay and its surrounding mountains, and enjoy amazing views from 2,700 feet above sea level. • Sea-to-Sky Hwy.
, Squamish • 604-892-
25 day cable car in squomish.
Vancouver Aquarium 4D experience movies, dolphin, beluga and sea lion shows, shark diving and sea otters feed, and back-the-scene tours. • 604-659-
3474 West Coast Railway Heritage Park is the largest collection of heritage railway equipment in the Royal Hudson and Western Canada, dating back to 1890.
39645 government Road
, Squamish • 604-898-
Page 9336 of \"naked ladies\" will be the headline news of bennabby Canada\'s 150 celebration of the city of bennabby: the Canadian day 2017 event, held with Steven Page, Bennabi City, hosted a free Canadian Day concert and fireworks display to celebrate Canada\'s 150 birthday.
Highlights include top
Including headline news Steven Page (
Ms. Barenaked)
Grand finale events, exhibitors and spectacular fireworks.
July 1, Gates 5 pages. m.
Celebrate Canada 150 with many families, the day of freedom in Canada
Friendly activities and attractions.
Highlights include the world
Top-notch performances including Hedley, chillivak and magic! ;
Rides, canada1 50, zip line, events of all ages, from Strawberry Tea for the elderly to scientific world demonstrations for children, and spectacular fireworks endings.
• Bill Reid Millennium amphitheater, 17728 64 th Avenue.
Surrey, July 1. m. -10:30 p. m.
FreeCanada Day 2017 in Granville Island goes all out to show a Day full of entertainment, music, wonders, food, fun activities, street entertainment and more.
It\'s all about celebrating Canada\'s special birthday, and many activities are free of charge.
• Canada Day July 1 provides visitors with the background of its 1920 village streets at the Bennabi Village Museum.
Cultural family entertainment including musicians, entertainers, performances and demonstrations.
• Bennabi Village Museum, 6501 Luhu Avenue. • July 1, 11 a. m. -4:30 p. m.
Free entry, $2 carousel. 65, 604-297-
This year\'s Surrey Canada Day celebration scoquitlam celebrates Canada Day to celebrate Canada\'s 150 anniversary, and this year will pay special attention to Canadian music, including the soundtrack of Canada\'s tribute to Canadian singers and songwriters and Canada-
The theme Battle of the band title Law features Records and tickets.
The audience will vote for their favorite band, which will lead the Canadian singing group before the fireworks show ends.
The kick-off time is 12: 00 and is located in the city center park. m.
There are all kinds of dance and music performances from noon.
• City center park, 1299 Pinetree Road, Coquelin, BC • Noon on July 1-10:30 p. m.
• Free admission to Canada\'s 150 Atlantic Pacific drumming celebration to celebrate the 150 th anniversary of the Canadian federation and the successful National drumming of Canadian multicultural.
All Canadians are invited to attend once. in-a-life-Time experience.
The national drum celebration aims to set a Guinness world record.
• Creek Side Park, 1455 Quebec Street• July 1, 10 a. m.
FreeCanada Day-Fort lanlie celebrated Canada\'s 150 th birthday at a place born in BC.
Enjoy multicultural music, cakes and ceremonies at noon and at family events.
Nearby museums: the celebration of the Lanley Centennial Museum and B. lanliburg continuesC.
Museum of agricultural machinery and agriculture.
• Fort lanlie National Historic Site, 23433 Mavis Avenue.
• Free admission to lanliburg on July 1, 604-513-
The 4777 Canadian Day parade will take place on Richmond Canada Day, July 2, on the streets of downtown Vancouver, and the City of Richmond will host the ultimate birthday party to celebrate the 150 th anniversary of the Canadian federation.
YVR\'s brand new Richmond Canada Day in Steveston will be free
A day street party was held in the village of Steveston next to the Steveston Salmon Festival.
The headline performance of the Juno Award
The winner\'s Winter Sleep and fireworks over the Fraser River will end the celebration.
Steveston, July 1, month. m. -10:30 p. m.
FreeLangley Canada Day JRBQThe Lanley town, the Lanley activity center and 93.
JRfm has once again partnered to host the annual Canada Day celebration.
Enjoy a wide range of activities, community vendors, live entertainment at two stages, food trucks and barbecues to benefit babies.
Bring your family to the action.
Crowded children\'s area featuring face painting, mini golf, Pacific trackless trains, crafts, inflatable toys and games.
• Lanley Willoughby Community Park, 11 th, July 1. m. -6 p. m.
• Free parking and admission, 604-882-
88 00 Abbotsford 150 birthday Canada day Abbotsford 150 Canada Day celebration parade along South Fraser Road at 11: 00. m.
Second, many family members.
From 1-friendly fun10 p. m.
Including Main Stage Entertainment, artisan market, food truck festival, play area, pony rides, hay rides and 10 p fireworks display. m.
• On July 1, the abertsford exhibition Canada Park Day enjoys a variety of families in the Bay-
Friendly activities from morning to evening.
Highlights include live music, a children\'s area with games and activities, a charity barbecue for white stone firefighters, 80 vendors and a fireworks final at 10: 15. m.
• White Rock Beach • July 1m. -10 p. m.
FreeCanada Day Celebration: My Canada, my Maple Ridge, led the parade into the park at the beginning of the formal ceremonial ceremony and award ceremony.
Enjoy three stages of art, culture, music and dance;
Add activities;
Farmers Market;
Fire Department of Community barbecue;
Kids games and more.
• Peace Park Memorial at Maple Ridge 224 Street and Mackintosh Avenue • July 1m. -7 p. m.
The Canadian day red and white picnic was held on July 1 at John Lawson Park in West Vancouver. m. -10:30 p. m.
Bring a blanket or lawn chair, pack a picnic or choose from a variety of food vendors and enjoy the fresh air, amazing views and a pleasant evening of live entertainment.
In red and white, head west to Lawson Park\'s annual Red and White PicnicCelebrate Canada National Day Horseshoe Bay join Karen Fowlie friends special plus 150 celebrations for free concerts in songs honoring Canadian women.
Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the musical journey of Jonny Mitchell, Anne Murray and Sarah McClaren and pay tribute to the legendary Leonard Cohen and the baby of Canada unfortunately
• 7-Horseshoe Bay Park, July 110 p. m. • 604-925-
Put on your red dress on 7000 Canada Day at the top of Vancouver, proudly waving the Canadian flag and enjoy all the celebrations that this mountain offers.
Try your hand with an axe
Throw, show your hockey skills in our hockey shots
Go out and take a souvenir photo with our mascot bear Grizwald.
Enjoy Canadian movie classics at Sky Theater, enjoy live music, and make sure to watch the 150 edition of Canada for the world-famous lumberjack show.
In honor of Canada\'s 150 birthday, as part of Songji Mountain\'s attempt to break the Guinness World Record \"the biggest human Maple Leaf\", become part of history.
On July 1, Canada\'s 150 Atlantic to Pacific drumming celebration was a national drumming event to celebrate Canada\'s 150 anniversarre North Shore Canada Day parade, and everyone seemed ready to party, more than usual
Before the parade, start the morning with the lion club\'s popular pancake breakfast on the Boulevard, and stay after the parade for the barbecue of the Royal Canadian Legion in North Vancouver. • 604-721-
4462 North Vancouver celebrates Canada 150 this free event includes fun things for all ages!
Highlights include the main stage entertainment featuring live music and dance shows, as well as touring shows, food trucks, many families
Friendly activities and so on.
• Noon on July 1-North Van Waterfront Park4 p. m.
Canada 150 evening event: Canada 150 special event hosted by Lions Gate revolving club in North Vancouver, with free concerts in the park.
This new event will include live music, Vancouver\'s favorite dining car, a beer garden featuring red truck brewing, and a great location to watch Vancouver Canada Day fireworks.
• 6: 30 on July 1-North Van Waterfront Park10:30 p. m.
Chillivak Canada Day 150 enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast in Evergreen Hall, followed by many family members --
Friendly activities in Townsend Park including crafts, inflatable castle and ride-on train.
Watch shows on the Prospera community stage and browse pop music
Go to the market and eat something in a local dining car.
Evening celebrations include music performances, the opening ceremony of 2017 Canadian day, and fireworks. July 1, 11 a. m. -10:30 p. m.
Townsend Park, 45130 Wolf Road.
Chile\'s quirky Canadian fireworks illuminate the new Westminster Burrard: Canada Day 2017, with wonderful fun and celebrations for the entire family.
Events include art and heritage workshops, community group presentations, and various performances to celebrate Canadian stories.
• At 11: 30 on July 1, the Queen\'s Park in the New West. m. -3:30 p. m.
On Canada Day in the delta, Ladner and & Tsawwassen celebrated Canada Day at 150 in three celebrations in the Delta region.
Fireworks shows, children\'s events, barbecue food vendors, live music shows and official ceremonies are held in the north delta of Chamus Parkin.
| Kirkland house in Ladner, 12: 30-4 p. m.
There will be live music, children\'s rides and games, family picnics and performances by the Delta Police Tube Band.
| Diefenbaker Parkin Tsawwassen, 10. m. -1 p. m.
Used for hot dogs and drinks, birthday cakes, live entertainment, facial paintings and official ceremonies and cake cutting.
Port Moody\'s celebrates the 150 th birthday of Canada\'s 150 th district, and Port Moody\'s will offer special prices for Canada\'s National Day celebrations.
Spend the day in the beautiful Rocky Point Park, play games and win prizes with the entertainment staff, participate in community art projects with one of the community partners, and try your hand in the throw ring and mini gamegolf. At 9 p. m.
Attend a concert featuring Canadian rock legend, mounted police, and then hold a spectacular fireworks show at the entrance to Burrard at 10: 30m.
The area is located near the Golden Spike Day launched by the Port Moody\'s Rock Point ship. July 1. m. -6 p. m. • FreeMt.
Celebrate Canada\'s 150 birthday at historic Lehman Hill and enjoy the annual Canadian day parade. • 6418 Mt. Lehman Rd.
On July 1, Coffee opened at 8 in the morning. m.
The march began at 9: 30. m.
The FreeCanada Day celebration in Whistler celebrates the whole week with street entertainment, special events and free concerts-it\'s a party no matter where you come from, this year is 150 Canada, so it will be special!
Celebrate with free concerts, crafts, village walks and cake parades. 1-800-944-
The 7853 Canadian days of the West Coast Railway Heritage Park celebration include: coasters, small rail steam, electric and gas engines, each with Canadian stories.
Fun area with mini
Golf, face painting, inflatable castle and more fun for kids.
Take a historic hike and listen to the story of Canadian rail construction.
• West Coast Railway Heritage Park, No. 39645 government Road
10: 00 on July 1. m. -5 p. m. • Free, 604-898-
9336 Canada 150: by exploring your local history, an overview of the 150 celebrated Federation of British Columbus Day-Canada 150.
Tour guide at noon or 2. m.
Listen to the full story of Harrison Mills and the Kilby family, and then have a delicious barbecue with US under the willows.
Kilby Historic Site, 215 kilometers.
In July 1, Harrison Mills donated 604-796-
9576 the 2017 day event of hope Canada Day Memorial Park will include the Hope Racing Group Classic Motor Show, a children\'s zone with games, Facebook and live music.
In the evening, head to the Sixth Avenue Park for more performances and activities.
This year, live entertainment will include the performance of the Modini drum line and a number of award-winning music artists including Jayme Knyx, Rock chairs and Canadian Idol finalists Jaydee Bixby.
There are a lot of activities for children and of course fireworks! • Hope, B. C.
July 1 8:30. m. -10:30 p. m. , 604-869-
2304 Canada 150 celebrations and 54.
Iconic Canadian band 54.
40 will help us celebrate 150 Canadian day with a free concert.
Other highlights include the children\'s bicycle parade in Canada, pony riding, inflatable castle in the children\'s area and area 150 of the participant action, fire truck display, laughing Lumberjack comedy show and interactive axe throwing, chimera theater show and interactive show.
• Sun Peak Resort, B. 1280 Sun Peak Mountain RoadC. • July 1 • 250-578-538854.
150 celebration: Manning Park celebrates Canada\'s 150 th birthday with this special event.
Highlights include BBQ, kids crafts, Facebook, Canadian music, community partners, historical entertainers and free Canadian day cupcakes!
• Lightning Lake day use, 7500 highway.
B Manning Park 3C. • July 1, 11 . am. -3 p. m.
150 Victorian spirit enjoy 11 days of free outdoor activities in the beautiful Inner Harbor and commemorate the multicultural art of our country and Victoria.
Enjoy a variety of dining products and major stage entertainment including headline news Tegan and Sara (June 30)
And Alex (July 1)
Plus the July 1 Canada Day fireworks show. • Victoria, B. C. • June 21-
On July 1, Nanaimo 150 highlights include children\'s area, food vendors, live entertainment, interactive booths, commemorative bathtubs from Nanaimo to Vancouver, community stage, Nanaimo 150 celebration show and fireworks show at dusk.
• Sutton Park, Nanaimo, BC.
Jpiper @ postmedia July 1.
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