Acclaimed Van Gogh Exhibit is Coming to Vancouver

Fresh from its last stop in Winnipeg, the Imagine Van Gogh exhibit is coming to the Vancouver Convention Centre in February and I for one, cannot wait. Vincent Van Gogh is my favourite artist. I remember standing for hours at the Met in NYC staring at Starry Night – drinking in every once of madness…

Go Blue with BC Blueberries this Summer and Win Big!

BC Blueberries are not only tasty, but they’re also a superfood, rich in antioxidants and are British Columbia’s biggest food export. So it’s only fair that this yummy little berry gets its own holiday. July 15th is officially Blueberry Day in British Columbia, and what better way to celebrate than the Go Blue BC Virtual…

Celebrate Canada Day in Surrey

I’ve lived in Surrey for almost 15 years now. In my time here, I’ve seen Surrey grow into a great city, a place where I’m raising my family. Why I think Surrey is so great? Many reasons. Affordability being one, diversity is another. Everything from the vast green spaces, to the culture (hey, did you…

The Chilliwack Tulip Festival blooms again on April 10!

The Chilliwack Tulip Festival is back with more Instagramable moments than ever. This year, the festival promises an incomparable explosion of colour, fragrance and family-friendly fun. Starting on April 10, the first two weeks of the festival will eature 10 varieties of hyacinths and 17 varieties of daffodils, and include one-of-a-kind, handmade floral mosaics. From…

Calendar of Events – March 2019

Vancouver’s Brazilian Carnival – Vancouver, March 1 Latincouver, Sambacouver and Bom Brazil bring to Vancouver the second edition of Brazilian Carnaval! Lively music featuring Sambacouver, Bloco Sambatá, Samba Fusion, and DJ Nanda, playing the best Brazilian hits. Click here for details. Glory! A Gospel Music Celebration – Vancouver, March 2 From hip hop and R&B flavoured…

Calendar of Events – February 2019

Annie the Musical – Burnaby – February 1-16 Align Entertainment presents the family favourite Annie: The Musical.  Annie is based on the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, and it has become a worldwide phenomenon.  With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City.  She is…

The Wellness Show Returns to Vancouver on February 2 – 3 #Contest

With January half-way done, some of us may be finding it a tad hard to keep the new year’s resolutions we made ourselves. Fear not, if you’re looking for help staying committed to a healthier and better you, attending this year’s Wellness Show might be the inspiration you’re looking for. This year’s show offerings include…

What’s new at the PNE for 2018

Summer wouldn’t be summer without the PNE, and this year’s line up is sure to delight fans young and old: This year’s Fair will feature some exciting NEW shows and entertainment including:  Knights of Valour Prepare yourself for entertainment worthy of a King and Queen. With full contact, un-choreographed, real live jousting, this is a…

Capture the spirit of the season at Canada Place!

Running now until December 31, the public is invited to experience the nostalgic tradition of the Woodward’s Windows, a magical holiday lighting display, the Sails of Light, and the festive Avenue of Christmas Trees at Canada Place. This is a free event and it’s a great thing to do with your little ones. “We are…

5 Reasons to Visit the Vancouver Aquarium this Holiday Season

The Vancouver Aquarium is one of my favourite spots in the city. This world-class facility houses several exhibits and focuses on the conservation of marine life. So why should you visit the Vancouver Aquarium this Christmas? Here are 5 reasons: 1. Sleepover at the Aquarium On Saturday, December 30, the Aquarium is hosting a family…