Visit PumpkinFest in West Vancouver on September 30th for fun family-friendly activities, a pumpkin patch, and face painting from 10am-3pm.
Celebrate Mother’s Day at the Market with great live music, a complimentary cup of our famous pink tea from Blue Teapot, and delicious chocolate covered strawberries from Olde World Confections.
Participate in the annual 5KM and 10KM run/walk in West Vancouver from March 3rd-4th. All participants will receive a finishers medal featuring the Lions Gate Bridge on the front and the Village at Park Royal on the back.
Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Join the Ivy Pull at Memorial Park on March 15th from 9am-12pm. Meet some great people and have some fun. Drinks, a light snack and hand tools are included.
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 Ambleside Artisan Farmer’s Market takes place every Sunday from 10am-3pm.
Ambleside Artisan Farmer’s Market has a great new location by the water at the entrance to Ambleside Park, near the foot of 13th St.
Enjoy a great selection of organic and conventional farmers selling produce, fruits and berries, plus prepared food vendors with breads, fish, jams, beef, honey, vinegars, pickles, salsas, pastas & baking and a great variety of crafters selling jewelry, pottery, artwork, skin care and much more.
This year there are a number of North Shore restaurants participating in Dine Out Vancouver.
Dine Out Vancouver is Canada’s largest food and drink festival. The festival gives diners the opportunity to choose from many participating restaurants with unique three course prix-fix meals.
The howlingly funny show about getting over getting dumped.
This cathartic and catchy musical charts the romantic breakups of three women—one single and dating, one co-habiting, one married with a child—and the lively antics that ensue.
The Royal Canadian Legion – West Vancouver Branch #60 holds the sacred trust of ensuring the tradition of Remembrance is observed by Canadians every year at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month.