family events

Canada Day

Canadian’s sure know how to have pride in their country, on any given Canada Day you are swimming in a sea of red shirts, face paints, head bands and maple leafs  – there’s no shortage of fun activities to partake in around Canada Day either, I’ve rounded up some in the Tri-Cities, Burnaby and New Westminster though the festivities don’t stop there! For information on activities in your local neighborhood,

Marvel Universe Live

Calling all Marvel superheroes, villains and mutants! The time has come to assemble together, in unity, for a common goal. What could possibly bring together all the enemies and allies Marvel has given us over the years? Alien invasion? An asteroid threatening our existence? Nope, it’s a party! The largest Marvel character costume party Vancouver has ever seen is celebrating the upcoming BC premiere of Marvel Universe LIVE! This family

Vancouver International Children's Festival

When the Vancouver International Children’s Festival arrives, Granville Island comes to life! With seven fantastic indoor theatre venues and a bustling arts activity village, the Kids’ Fest site becomes your family’s playground! From toddlers to tweens, there are shows and activities for everyone. If you’re local to us, then you have heard of Granville Island, and probably have visited this magical oasis in the middle of the bustling city with

Cloverdale Rodeo

The 69th annual Cloverdale Rodeo and 127th Country Fair is returning to the Cloverdale Fairgrounds May 15-18, 2015. Haul out the cowboy boots & hats and come check out the fair. With new specialty acts from Vancouver-based BCCMA Female Vocalist of the Year Karen Lee Batten and professional trick rider and liberty horse entertainer Niki Cammaert Flundra, the four-day show is packed full of fun for people of all ages. Don’t

Timberline Family Festival

We had so much fun last Christmas attending the Timberline Country Christmas, when they asked us to help spread the word about their upcoming Timberline Ranch Family Festival, we jumped on board! One of the things I love most about Timberline Ranch is how “unplugged” it feels. Tuck away the distractions, bring an “old school” camera (one not attached to your phone) and enjoy a step back at the ranch.