Are you ready to be spooked… and by spooked, I mean giggle and have some fun laughs with some seriously silly (but trying to be a little scary!) characters? There is a new family friendly live show event traveling into Metro Vancouver Cineplex theatres and it the perfect way for families to explore the magic of Halloween, without the scary. Get up close with Vinnie the Vampire, Wendella the Witch,
Prepare to be delightfully spooked by one of Vancouver’s most anticipated Halloween events happening again, with an alien twist! Each year the Stanley Park Ghost Train takes riders on a journey through a mystical and magical world, themed by Halloween and other creepy tales all while maintaining a family friendly environment that is sure to spook (and thrill!) the entire family.
We’ve had our first taste of autumn now with some sweater weather and some rain, pumpkin spice everything is out in full force and the leaves are starting to change colour. Time to talk Christmas! Amirite? Costco’s doing it, and you know who else is talking Christmas, besides the big guy in red? The hundreds of volunteers, riders and coordinators of the Vancouver Motorcycle Christmas Toy Run, now in it’s
It’s been over a year since I volunteered with some local influencers at the Vancouver Food Bank but every moment I spent in the warehouse sticks with me each day. We spent hours sorting through donations, learning about the in’s and out’s of how the food gets to each location and what the most needed items are. It was eye-opening, convicting and extremely sobering to have this opportunity to see
If you’ve ever dreamed or imagined yourself to be in a whimsical Wonka-like wonderland, Metropolis at Metrotown is the place to be from August 11th – 20th! In celebration of sweet & salty snacks (the best flavour combination IMO), Metropolis at Metrotown invites the public to experience their newest exhibit: Tasty Treats. This magnificent exhibit promises larger than life food displays, tasty samples from sweet & salty snack retailers, daily
If you were to ask my 6 year old how airplanes fly – she’d tell you “magic” and she isn’t far off! For kids, there is something incredibly magical about seeing planes in flight! We recently went on a trip to Squamish where we had the pleasure of touring over 4000ft up to look over the mountains and gondola – all with her sitting in the front seat! To say