Learn about all things health! Visit over 200+ exhibitors at The Health and Wellness Show on March 9th and 10th. The show is held at the Tradex in Abbotsford with $10 admission for Adults and FREE admission for kids!
This spring break, your kids can learn the basics of freshwater fishing in this 3-hour session at the Fraser River Trout Hatchery! The event runs from 9:30am- 12:30pm on March 22nd. The cost is only $10 per child and fishing rods are provided.
Do you love the theatre? Fraser Valley Stage is bringing you Starlight Radio Theatre- Let there be Love! featuring: The Moonliters Big Band, Suburban Swing Dancers and The Starlight Singers. This production takes place at the Abbotsford Arts Centre from February 20th- 24th.
Join the Abbotsford City Youth in raising awareness about bullying. On February 27th from 3:30pm – 4:30pm at the Abbotsford Rec Centre, the ACY are hosting a rally with youth presented workshops, prizes, food and more.
Head to the Tradex in Abbotsford for the 2019 Vancouver Motorcycle Show. Whether you’re a hardcore rider or a newcomer to the sport, a curious fan or just tired of the cold winter weather, you won’t want to miss out.
Grab A Book & Celebrate Family Literacy Day!
On January 26, 2019, from 10am – 2pm, visit the Clearbrook Library and The Reach for their annual celebration of Reading Together and Growing Together! Pick up your Community Reading Challenge reading log (win prizes throughout the month of February).
Visit the Abbotsford Mission Recycling Depot on Saturday, October 27th from 10am-3pm for a day of pumpkin decorating. No tools or registration required. Pumpkins are donated by Willow View Farms.
If your child is between 6-12 years of age, enroll them in the Junior Beekeepers Day Camp. The camp teaches children about beekeeping, building equipment, harvesting honey, producing candles and so much more!
Visit the Abbotsford BerryFest on July 7th between 10am to 10pm at Essendene and Montrose in Downtown Abbotsford. Bring your family to enjoy the marketplace, Ferris wheel rides, baking demos, delicious food and gardening demos.
Walk through the breathtaking lavender fields and gardens at the Tuscan Farm Gardens from June 23rd to 24th. Enjoy the healing smells, and try lavender flavoured foodies like lavender ice cream and lavender lemonade.
Check out this stunning field of tulips in Abbotsford! Starting April 9th, The Abbotsford Tulip Festival is open from 9am-7:30pm. Don’t forget to purchase your tickets online for the best value.
John McDermott is a Scottish-Canadian tenor best known for his rendering of the songs “Danny Boy” and “Loch Lomond”. Watch him perform with the Canada West Chamber Orchestra and the Abbotsford Youth Orchestra on Sunday, March 18th.
Get ready for a night full of rockin’ on February 2nd! The night will include 5 amazingly talented bands and performers from around the Fraser Valley. Support some great causes and be part of your community.
The Christmas Masquerade Swing Dancing Ball takes place on December 17th – get your tickets today! There will be snacks available from the kitchen and a grand door prize. This is a formal event, so make sure you dress to impress.
Come and celebrate Abbotsford by celebrating the diversity in the arts, culture, sports, community groups, and local businesses. Taste the food Abbotsford grows, enjoy the art and history we’ve created as a community, and enjoy the entertainment presented by cultural and performance groups from across the city!
EcoDairy offers a range of camps and classes for ages 5-15. Led by a team of experienced and energetic facilitators, you can be sure of an engaging and memorable experience regardless of the activity.
Visit EcoDairy on Sunday June 18th for our Father’s Day special: Dad’s Tour Free!! (one day only)
In addition to barn tours every hour on the half hour, touring guests can take a picture with their dad at the photo booth and enter for a chance to win a “Dad & Me” EcoDairy piece pack including two free ice-cream cones!
Welcome to the Annual “Coastal Swap Meet”. What started out as a small gathering of car enthusiasts cleaning out old car parts, has grown into one of the biggest automotive themed swap meets in Western Canada.
The Royal Canadian family Circus Spectac! 2017 is coming to Western Canada late spring and early summer to amaze audiences with this time honoured family circus. For 50 years, the Royal Canadian family Circus has been providing fun activities and entertainment for kids… and for the entire family! Most adults still recall their first trip to the circus as a youngster; sharing this experience with sons and daughter of any age creates memories and traditions that will last a lifetime. Imagine sitting under the BIG TOP, popcorn in hand, as you are awed by the gravity defying performers of the Royal Canadian family Circus Spectac! 2017.
Run for Water presents the Ledlenser Trails in Motion 5 – Trail Running Film Festival. If you are passionate about trail running, mountain biking or just love the outdoors then come watch some amazing trail running films.
Dive into a bubbly world of learning and laughter with Nickelodeon’s Bubble Guppies Live! Ready to Rock.
Koba Entertainment is making a splash with its theatrical tour starring the lovable guppy friends!
Since its debut in 1999, the Canadian Guitar Quartet has toured extensively in North and South America, from one standing ovation to the next, establishing a reputation as one of the finest guitar ensembles in the world.
Visit the Food Court at Seven Oaks Shopping Centre from November 21 – December 27 to view all of the wonderfully decorated trees from our generous sponsors. Vote for your favourite tree and enter to win a $100 Sevenoaks Gift Card.
The Roadside Festival really does boast fun for all ages with a corn maze just for the little ones, tons of daily games for kids, a larger corn maze, food trucks, a beer garden and even a beer tasting corn maze for the adults. Dogs are welcome, encouraged even, as there is a doggy bar stocked with yummy canine treats. Roadside is taking place in the same field where the annual Abbotsford Tulip Festival happens except now the field is full of beautiful pumpkins waiting to be harvested.
The Abbotsford Airshow is happening on August 12 at the Abbotsford International Airport. This premier event is ranked among one of the top airshows in the world.
Watch the performances and meet your favourite Heroes of the Skies!
Join in the fun of Summer Arts Camps at The Reach!
Each week contains 2 camps of the same theme but totally different projects! So you can happily sign up for both camps of the same theme in the same week without any worry of the activities being repeated!
Often referred to as the best little country fair, Agrifair is continuing to grow in agriculture content, livestock content, family entertainment and education. Growth in community support has kept this fair going for over 106 years, and it’s always changing for the better. There are many new shows and attractions this year, so get excited to find out how much more Agrifair 2016 has to offer!
Saturdays beginning April 16th to December 17th, 2016.
It’s hard to say why shopping at the Abbotsford Farm & Country Market leaves you feeling so good inside. Maybe it’s being surrounded by smiling faces. Maybe it’s knowing that you’ve purchased something that was created with such passion and care.
47th Annual Coastal Swap Meet
What started out as a small gathering of car enthusiasts cleaning out old car parts, has grown into one of the biggest automotive themed swap meets in Western Canada.
Location: Tradex Convention Centre in Abbotsford. (by the Abbotsford Airport)
Prices: Spectators – $6.00 per person / Vendors – $45.00 per stall ( includes 1 admission )
Children 16 & Under admitted free with an Adult , no bicycles or pets please.
The Fraser Valley Food Show is showcasing the magic of food and cooking at the Tradex Exhibition Centre in Abbotsford, BC. Taste and purchase food from local artisan growers & producers and condiments, spices and a variety of hard to find food and beverage products.
Enjoy the celebrity chef demonstrations, sausage making competitions, cheese and wine seminars, Bite of the Valley participating restaurants and the Grapes and Hops wine/beer/spirits tasting pavilion.
Pacific PTSD Awareness Society presents its first annual PTSD 5km run.
All proceeds will be used to help the volunteer efforts of the Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) team at Pacific Institution in the efforts to support members in preventing and battling mental illness.