BC CacheCon 2018 is a free family day with Geocaching and outdoor exploration at Richmond Nature Park on May 6th.
Check out this adaptation of this classic Charles Dickens story features live music and energetic staging. Like all of the holiday shows of the past, A Christmas Carol will be a fun-filled spectacle for the whole family to enjoy together.
This workshop covers the following topics:
- The importance of seed saving
- Focus on biennial crops and integrating isolation distances
- Minimum population sizes and other parameters into a seed crop planning
- Hands on techniques to harvest tomato and lettuce seeds
The Richmond Maritime Festival celebrates all things waterfront at the Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site. From wooden boats to model boats, water safety to sea creatures, local lore to fishing history, the festival invites visitors to explore a spectacular heritage site and enjoy music, games, interactive exhibits, roving performers, food and much more.
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.
Set at Garry Point Park, Ships to Shore King of the Sea is a three day family festival where visitors are invited to view one of the world’s largest tall ships and enjoy dockside programs and entertainment.
Returning for its second year BrickCan is the largest Public Exhibition of incredible LEGO® creations ever held in British Columbia. This event takes place from April 22nd-23rd at the River Rock Casino Resort. The entrance price is $15.00.
Dress in green and come celebrate at London Heritage Farm Historical site with “Full Service Tea” in the Heritage tea room. Enjoy their own blend of London Lady tea, home-baked scones, London Farm jam/jelly and homemade goodies.
Join us in an annual celebration of local seeds, gardening and education that supports a healthy, strong community and local food system. This event takes place on Saturday, March 4th in Richmond.
It’s back! Richmond’s annual festival of creativity for kids is bigger than ever for Family Day on Monday, February 13th and there are four great ways to participate!
General Admission includes all of the Children’s Arts Festival’s Imagination Stations and Performances in the following zones: Imagination Playground, Once Upon a Time, Sonic Garden and Art Alley.
Parkinson SuperWalk is a fundraising event for the Parkinson Society British Columbia (PSBC). This year, you can contribute to their goal is to attract over 2,400 walkers and raise at least $440,000 in BC. All proceeds will go to research, programs and services for the 13,300 individuals and their families who live with Parkinsons in BC.
Taking place in Richmond, the Eat Rich Food Truck Festival is hosting 10+ food trucks on August 27th.
Come enjoy some delicious food, live entertainment and children’s activities for you and your family!
You won’t want to miss the Richmond World Festival coming to Minoru Park on September 3rd.
So many things to see and do, and many of the activities will be culturally themed.
Live performances by Walk Off The Earth, Delhi to Dublin, and over 60 artists.
Please join us to celebrate our 15th Annual Rotary Club of Steveston Wine Festival!
We’ll be bringing the best-of-the-best wine, beer, food and entertainment to say thanks for your continued support of our incredible community.