In this innovative and exciting new work, OURO Collective and Tangible collaborate to create a multi-disciplinary dance experience. The show aims to engage the public and to break down the separation between performers and audience by creating an interactive and playful environment.
See how public works connects us at the City of Port Moody’s 2019 Public Works Week Open House from 11am-1pm! They will have fun informative exhibits, live demonstrations of various equipment, and lots of fun activities.
Calling all runners! Come out and run for a good cause. With 10k, 25k, and 50k trail races for every difficulty level. Races start between 5am and 10am depending on the length you choose, and fees range from $100-$150.
Do your Downward Dog with some happy hogs! Sure to be an interesting event, relax and breathe while scratching some pigs during the first ever Little OinkBank Pig Yoga class! Tickets are $30 and the session is from 10am-12pm.
Wonder how water gets from the reservoir to the tap? Want to see some big trucks up close? Come out to the Public Works Yard Open house in Port Coquitlam! BBQ by donation, a colouring contest and lots to see and learn at this yearly event.
This annual event raises money for Maple Ridge Secondary School’s dry grad event which promotes safe and sober parties for graduates. There will be a concession, silent auction, vendors and a lot of great rides!
The festival will celebrate mutual cultural ties between Canada and Turkic countries. The Turkic Culture Festival will also feature cultural showcase performances from the Turkic countries, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, and Turkmenistan.
With 11 spectacular homes to tour, food trucks and beer/wine tasting on site, this is sure to be a fun event for all. There are walking tours guided by Stephanie Watts of “Ghostly Vancouver Tours” fame.
The Shadbolt Centre for the Arts is home to this exciting music series. Hosted by the inimitable Cory Weeds of Coastal Jazz, the Jazz Jam features a stellar line-up of local jazz musicians in an improvised evening of music.
Sounds of Spring is back by popular demand! Bring your folding chairs down to The Glades and enjoy the sounds of spring from the strings quartet, Musical Occasions. Parking is extremely limited so plan to carpool, walk or transit.
Community Day is transforming into Bridge Festival, a two-day multicultural event taking place on May 31 and June 1. We are inviting everyone to discover and share the tastes, sights and sounds of West Vancouver’s diverse culture.
Dive into the world of chalk art! Watch local and international street painters create masterful chalk art as they transform the pavement into a colourful gallery surrounded by live music, food trucks, face painting and more!