Ready to see Maple Ridge in a new light? This year we’re celebrating Culture Days for a whole month with a city wide scavenger hunt all about our local history! Follow the clues and solve the questions to discover our city’s history and see for yourself what Maple Ridge looked like in the past with the help of our online historical photos.
These walkable, cyclable scavenger hunts are designed to take 1 – 2 hours depending on how many stops you make a long the way. There will be a number of neighbourhoods to choose from or you can explore the whole of the North Shore via our online Scavenger Hunt from the comfort of your own home.
The Cycling Art Tour has been created for residents of all ages to get outdoors and celebrate community art and Richmond Public Art in a safe way. The artworks comprising the tour underscore the power and resilience of community, connection, togetherness, home and place. All the artworks are accessible to the public regardless of facility closure status. Take the tour alone or together with your household or small pod.
Our outdoor and indoor market will be filled with a variety of LOCAL food, wineries, artisan and crafter vendors with items made with LOVE. You will have the opportunity to take a drive to the countryside to start the day of with a sweet BeaverTails Mobile Kelowna treat or something special to take home from the Sprout Bake Shop with a fine roasted cup of Joe from the Pilgrim Coffee Roaster.
Join our expert storytellers for a two hour program of spine-chilling stories, as you walk through the Fort Langley village at night. Tours are offered in English. One French tour is available on October 28th at 7 pm.
Join us at our next B.C. Farmers Market and meet our local farmers, prepared food vendors, and BC Craft beer, wines, and spirits
Every Saturday 10.00 am – 3.00 pm – May 2nd – October 31st, 2020.
Stroll the boardwalk and take in ocean and city skyline views from North Vancouver’s Lonsdale Quay while you shop for fresh locally grown produce, delicious baked goods, and nifty crafts created by local growers, bakers and crafters.
Join us for our less scary family event the Boogeyman Bash from 11 am to 4 pm everyday in October. Dress up with the kids and navigate through our haunted maze full of fun attractions for the kids. Optionally, purchase a trick-or-treat candy bag for the kids. We take COVID-19 very seriously. Parents or Guardians over 14 must wear a mask at the attraction and use hand sanitizer prior to entry and while on the grounds of the event.
We are very lucky to have such a great variety of organic and conventional farmers at this location. We also have a good selection of prepared foods including baking, syrups, jams, jellies, honey, salsas, anti pastas and much more. We also have a good and varied selection of B.C. crafts including jewelry, clothing, wrought iron, garden sculptures, soaps, pottery and much, much more.
Given the social and safety challenges of 2020, our annual fall scarecrow event has transformed into a “Scarecrow Stroll”. Visit our expansive 10+ acre nursery anytime between Sept 19 and Halloween to enjoy a casual, socially distant, outdoor stroll amongst 50+ scarecrows and fall photo opportunities.
The Poirier Street Farmers Market is the longest running suburban farmers market in the Lower Mainland. The Poirier Street Market hosts a diversity of vendors and products from May through October.
Art 4 Life is a 5 week exhibition geared to the young and the young at heart. The goal is to cultivate artistic growth in our community by inspiring and engaging children, while raising opportunities for active participation and discussion, as well as cultural and environmental awareness and lessons on art appreciation.
Kick off the Fall season with Maan Farms! There will be Disney princesses, haunted corn mazes, food, drinks, play areas and so much more. Bring the family to pick out the perfect pumpkin for you to carve! Open every day from September 25th until November 1.
Every year, the Downtown Eastside community looks forward to the Heart of the City Festival. This year, more than ever, Downtown Eastside residents and artists seek opportunities for cultural exchange and to get together. The Festival is here to ensure that our community and artists are supported during these challenging times.
The Haunted Sea returns to the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, re-imagined into a month-long experience from October 9 to November 8. Once Upon a Haunted Sea is a fairy-tale reboot of our annual Halloween event, extended to a month-long installation for visitors of all ages to explore with safe distancing measures in place.
This heritage walk showcases downtown PoCo’s beautiful art, and offers a pleasant walk through some of the City’s most vibrant streets and parks. Enjoy mosaics and murals, parks and paths, and take part in a little history!