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7804 Kidston Road
Coldstream, British Columbia
Weekly on Thursday July 10, 2014 to Thursday September 18, 2014
Visiting the Okanagan? Join us for a tour of the exquisitely crafted 1910 Historic Mackie Lake House. Learn about the architecture, history and characteristics of this unique home and the families that lived here in a 1 ½ hour tour every Thursday morning at 10:00 am. Nestled on the shores of Kalamalka Lake in Coldstream these weekly tours are $10 per person, no reservations required. See you soon!
Throughout the City
Nelson, British Columbia
Daily from July 10, 2014 to July 13, 2014
The Elephant Mountain Literary Festival (EMLF) is four days of gala events, readings, panel discussions, and conversations with distinguished visiting Canadian writers and Canadian literary publishers passionate about the written word. This is also a showcase for the talented Nelson Kootenay Lake and West Kootenay authors, spoken word artists, and musicians.
This year's theme is Intersections: Geography, Genre, Genius. Join the host of internationally celebrated Canadian presenters in Nelson, British Columbia, this July as we explore what happens in the crucible of the imagination. What factors converge to produce inspiration, creativity, and productivity? Appreciate what happens when different literary geographies and perspectives meet. Join us as we explore literary intersections at this year's events, panels, and readings.
800 Benvenuto Ave
Brentwood Bay, British Columbia
Weekly on Saturday July 5, 2014 to Saturday August 30, 2014
Featuring a jaw-dropping, dazzling Firework show with both aerial and ground displays choreographed to show tunes.
After the show enjoy a recital from the rare Aeolian Pipe Organ situated in the loft of the Organ Pavilion. This building was a barn used for the milking of cows kept on the property. Live performances are played on this wonderful old organ for a half hour following each Firework show.
17726 62 Ave
Surrey, British Columbia
Weekly on Friday, Saturday from Saturday July 5, 2014 to Saturday August 30, 2014
The Surrey Night Market will be an open air summer market for local residents and small businesses to sell and enjoy a variety of local foods, services and goods. This night market will be a multicultural, family friendly event for all the residents of Surrey and neighbouring cities. It will be located at the Cloverdale Exhibition Grounds and will begin Saturday, July 5th. The following weekends it will be open every Friday and Saturday evening from 6:00 pm-11:00 pm, until the end of August. Admission is $2 for adults, free for kids under 10 and parking is free.
3811 Moncton St
Richmond, British Columbia
Weekly on Friday, Saturday from Friday July 4, 2014 to Saturday September 27, 2014
Take a stroll with us through history & experience Steveston's stories.
Murder, Mayhem & Morality in Old Steveston: Explore the seedier side of Steveston's past as we captivate you with stories of notorious murders, shady bordellos & a darker history steeped in sly grog. Tours at 11:00 am & 2:00 pm.
Boardwalks, Bar Rooms & Boats: Find out fascinating insider stories about Steveston's three great industries: fishing, farming &, more recently, filmmaking. Tours at 12:30 pm.
Tours cost $5.00 per person & can be booked in person or by phone at the Tourism Richmond Visitor Centre counter on the first floor of the Steveston Museum. Maximum group size of 12 people per tour. Approx. 1 hour tours, rain or shine.
Various Parks in & around Salmon Arm
Salmon Arm, British Columbia
Daily from July 2, 2014 to August 22, 2014
Party in the park is a free drop in recreational program for children 8+. We will be going around to various parks in and around Salmon Arm playing games with the children. The children are free to come and go and there is no registration required. We will be out at the scheduled park rain or shine with a bunch of fun games to play. This is a great way to get the kids out of the house and away from their video games. To see which park we will be at please check the website or our Facebook page.
315 First St W
Revelstoke, British Columbia
Weekly on Tuesday July 1, 2014 to Thursday August 28, 2014
The Heritage Explorers is an event which is held at the Revelstoke Museum & Archives every Tuesday & Thursday in July & August. It's a kids' educational program. Each week has a theme which involves doing crafts & activities learning about the history of Revelstoke & area. For example, one week the theme is Butter & Biscuits which is an annual theme & involves the kids making butter.
200 Block Of Baker St
Nelson, British Columbia
Every 4 weeks on Friday from June 27, 2014 to August 22, 2014
Market Fest is back for three nights this summer! Downtown Baker Street is transformed into a lively night market featuring 100 vendors, live music, dance performances, kids entertainment and more. Fun for the whole family, and not to be missed. The fun runs from 6:00 pm to 10:30 pm. A $5 donation for admission is kindly requested for anyone over 18. Everyone is welcome, whether you make a donation or not!
123 Carrie Cates Court
North Vancouver, British Columbia
Daily from June 27, 2014 to August 31, 2014
The North Shore's favourite waterfront festival is an 11-week celebration of music, dance, culture and community. A spectacular outdoor festival featuring local talent, cultural dance, live concerts, Artisan Farmers Market, and kid's activities. SummerFest is a free community event and is in support of local charities; donations will be accepted on site. Please visit our website for a complete Festival schedule.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Daily from June 21, 2014 to September 1, 2014
This season's story focuses on the significance of the salmon from an Aboriginal culture point of view as we celebrate the four-year cycle of the returning salmon. This year is considered a dominant salmon run year where approximately 15 million sockeye salmon will return home to British Columbia after two years roaming the Pacific. While the salmon is known for its instinct, determination, provision and renewal of life, the annual salmon run extends beyond the cultural heritage of First Nations. Today, salmon bring positive impacts on both the broader environment and economy for First Nations throughout the province. The 'Journey of the Salmon' at Klahowya Village will provide guests with the opportunity to learn more about the role of this vital fish.