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Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Join the Village of Radium Hot Springs for their 24th birthday celebration along with New Years! For more information contact The Village of Radium Hot Springs
Village Stroll & Telus Conference Centre
Whistler, British Columbia
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Join us for a ticketed, family-style celebration at three different venues within Whistler Village. Bundle up the kids and explore what each venue has to offer between 6:00 pm and 11:00 pm
The ticketed fun ends at 11:00 pm and then there is a free Fire and Ice Show that starts at 11:30 pm at the base of Whistler Mountain. Be amazed by the ski and snowboard athletes as they leap through two giant rings of fire.
There will be a firework display at Skier's Plaza at midnight.
2012 Eyre Rd
Black Creek, British Columbia
Thursday, January 01, 2015
Happy New Year! It's tradition - every January 1st the locals flock to Saratoga Beach to start the year off with a SPLASH! And it's cold... but made Epic with the Legion Pipe Band playing in the background and great big bonfires blazing on the shore waiting to revive those brave enough to submit themselves to the frigid waters. If that doesn't do the trick, pop over to the Pub to finish the job.
100-3607 Small Rd
Courtenay, British Columbia
Daily from January 1, 2015 to January 31, 2015
Jam your January in 2015 with WinterJAM100!
This Vancouver Island Festival will be heating up the Comox Valley with 31 days of multi-venue concerts, arts & entertainment, food and winter sports spectacular!
Book your stay at participating Courtenay accommodations between January 16th, 2015 to January 31st, 2015 and you will have access to half price lift tickets for Mount Washington Alpine Resort.
Whistler, British Columbia
Daily from January 24, 2015 to January 31, 2015
Don't miss one of the biggest and best gay ski weeks in the world: Whistler Pride and Ski Festival (previously known as WinterPRIDE). The celebration features a full slate of events including snowmobiling adventures, wine tastings, a pool party, snowball dance, fantastic skiing and snowboarding and everything in-between.
2197 Columbia Ave
Rossland, British Columbia
Daily from January 29, 2015 to February 1, 2015
One of Canada's longest running winter carnivals, the 117th winter carnival again will have a winter beer garden and entertainment stage in the downtown core of Rossland, BC. Renowned for homemade bob-sled races, a snowboarding competition and live music over the span of a weekend, the winter carnival is a great way to enjoy what a skiing community has to offer.
2179 West Island Highway
Qualicum Beach, British Columbia
Weekly on Sunday February 8, 2015 to Sunday March 29, 2015
Enjoy the early Spring bulbs from 11:00 am-3:30 pm daily with last entry at 3:00 pm. Stop by in our Tea Room for a delicious snack of soup and scones.
Admission is adults $5.25, students $3.15 (includes tax). Children 12 years old and under receive free admission when accompanied by an adult.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Daily from February 16, 2015 to February 22, 2015
Heritage BC is proud to announce the new theme for Heritage Week 2015 in British Columbia - Main Street: At The Heart of the Community. The week kicks off with the national Heritage Day designated by Heritage Canada The National Trust.
Hundreds of communities, large and small, enjoy downtown Main Streets with historic buildings. We recognize heritage as a vital asset to attract tourists, stimulate investment and provide a rich and lively setting for a vibrant mix of social and commercial exchange.
Stay tuned for more about how communities across BC are celebrating their downtowns - large and small!
The Golden Village
Richmond, British Columbia
Thursday, February 19, 2015
From extravagant multi-course feasts at acclaimed Chinese restaurants to poignant spiritual celebrations at the largest Chinese Buddhist temple in North America, it's easy to see why USA Today declared Richmond, BC as one of the top places to celebrate Chinese New Year. With more residents of Chinese ancestry than any other Canadian city, Richmond's extensive two-week Chinese New Year celebrations offer visitors an authentic taste of traditional Lunar New Year festivities - minus the jetlag. Thousands will flock to Richmond's Golden Village on February 19 to welcome 2015, the Year of the Sheep, with fireworks, live music, countdowns, Chinese flower and gift fairs, colourful lion and dragon dances and, of course, delicious authentic food. Gung Hay Fat Choy!
134 Madrona Dr
Galiano Island, British Columbia
Daily from February 20, 2015 to February 22, 2015
This year, the 6th Annual Galiano Literary Festival will be held February 20th - 22, 2015. This year's theme will be exploring Nature and The Environment.
The Festival will be again held at the beautiful Galiano Oceanfront Inn which provides a relaxed and unique atmosphere. Our goal was and remains to bring lovers of the book, be they readers, writers or publishers, together in a fun, informal and educational festival.
The 2015 Galiano Literary Festival will begin with a Welcome Reception at the Galiano Inn which gives guest authors a chance to meet each other and the other attendees at the festival. Participants will be treated to a variety of sessions throughout Saturday and Sunday.