Britannia Shipyards showcases Richmond’s maritime and multicultural heritage in an eight acre waterfront park. Visit this oldest shipyard community in British Columbia and discover the area’s industrial heritage and the stories of the people who once called this place home.
Travel back in time to the year 1917 with these walking tours. A narrator leads you though the streets of Steveston to see five short historical plays performed. Tours leave from Town Square Park next to Steveston Museum and Visitor Centre in June and July. Bookings can be made by calling the Tourism Richmond Visitor Centre on 604-271-8280.
RCMP JR CADET CAMP is fast approaching! This **FREE** 3 day camp is open to children ages 10-12. The camp will be held at the Field House at Langley Events Centre (7888-200th Street) on July 4, 5 & 6, 2017.
MS Bike is the largest fundraising cycling series in North America and it’s the experience of a lifetime! Every year cyclists of all ages and fitness levels across the country get together to end Canada’s disease: multiple sclerosis.
Hot Summer Nights provide kids (and their parents) with a welcome cool-down at Ambleside Park. The Fire Department sets-up at a local park with a ladder truck and an engine to spray water for the kids to play in.
The festival takes over Whistler Olympic Plaza all weekend long. The entrance fee gives access to free activities such as face painting, balloon hats, origami and a covered free-play area for kids under 2 years. There will be performers on stage all day and roving characters to surprise and delight.