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Annual Maple Sugar Festival du Sucre d' Erable

Unit 30 - 1925 Bowen Rd
Nanaimo BC V9S 1H1

Feb 26 to 28, 2016

Demonstrate your joie de vivre, at the Maple Sugar Festival du Sucre d'Èrable at Beban Park Auditorium as L’Association des francophones de Nanaimo presents its annual three-day extravaganza, celebrating French Canadian culture, music, foods, and traditions. Delightful toffy on snow. How sweet it is!

Annual Nanaimo Professional Craft Fair

2300 Bowen Rd., Beban Park Road
Nanaimo BC

Nov 4 to 6, 2016

Annual Nanaimo Professional Craft Fair Featuring a wide variety of expertly-crafted items by some of BC's finest artisans, don't miss this special opportunity to do your Christmas shopping early! With hourly door prizes and a GRAND PRIZE...don't miss it!
November 4th, 5th, 6th, 2016
Hours: Fri. 12-8, Sat.10-5, Sun. 10-4

Harmony Arts Festival

West Vancouver BC

July 29 to August 7, 2016

A lively ten-day celebration of community and art that showcases the finest creative and visual arts talent from the North Shore. The Harmony Arts Festival takes place at various waterfront venues in West Vancouver and includes music, culinary events, an art market, public art installations, hands-on art experiences and more!

Downtown Vernon Association - Take a Guided or Self Guided Mural Tour in Downtown Vernon

Find us in the Sun Valley Mall at #101-3334 30th Avenue
Vernon BC

Explore. Twenty nine amazing murals that depict the history, culture, scenery & folklore that made Vernon what it is today.

Experience. Step into the murals and experience the adventures of the railway, the bravery of our soldiers, and the struggles of the early pioneers.

Tour. Guided tours are available July-August and self-guided walking tours are available year-round.

Paddlewheeler Riverboat Tours

788 Quayside Drive
New Westminster BC V3M 6Z6
Toll Free 1.877.825.1302

All aboard the M.V. Native! This authentic paddlewheeler is modeled from the ships that used to travel British Columbia some one hundred years before her. Departing from Westminster Quay, you will relive the excitement of the 19th century. Bringing the history along the Fraser River alive. The Native is available for day trips, evening dinner cruises (year round), private functions and special events.

Vancouver Writers Fest

202-1398 Cartwright St
Vancouver (Granville Island) BC V6H 3R8

Oct 17 to 23, 2016

The Vancouver Writers Fest brings readers and writers together to reimagine our lives and our world, through story and vibrant dialogue.

Vancouver Civic Theatres

Orpheum, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, & Vancouver Playhouse
Vancouver (Downtown) BC
604.665.3050 - general info

Orpheum Theatre
Smithe at Seymour.

Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Hamilton at Georgia.

Vancouver Chamber Choir
Vancouver Bach Choir
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
Ballet BC
Vancouver Opera

Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival

School of Music,
Madeira Park BC

Aug 18 to 21, 2016

"Join us for our twelfth season of chamber music in a beautiful seaside setting. Enjoy performances by Mark Fewer, Simon Fryer, the harp-cello duo COULOIR, and other superb musicians. 5 ticketed concerts and one free event over 4 days for a wonderful summer experience."

Concert Schedule:

The Dance Centre

Scotiabank Dance Centre
677 Davie Street Vancouver (Downtown) BC V6B 2G6

The Dance Centre is the resource centre for dance in British Columbia and offers a range of activities that is unparalleled in Canadian dance. We present a season of performances and public events featuring all styles of dance, support artists through residencies and professional development opportunities, and provide information about dance in BC. We also operate Scotiabank Dance Centre, Canada’s flagship dance facility, which houses performances, rehearsals, classes and events.

BC Cultural Crawl

Your Community

The BC Cultural Crawl is a self-guided tour of community-initiated events: music, theatre and dance performances, visual arts, festivals, museum and heritage exhibitions, culinary arts, community art walks and more.

Discover Nelson

225 Hall Street
Nelson BC V1L 5X4
(250) 352-3433 or Toll Free: 1-877-663-5706

Nelson, a vibrant community offering a rare blend of outdoor adventure, arts, cultural and heritage experiences. Nelson captures a classic Victorian aesthetic you will fall in love with.

Nelson and District Arts Council
Touchstones Nelson
Oxygen Art Centre
Kaslo Jazz Festival

Awaken your sense of nostalgia. Discover Nelson - Anytime.

Vancouver Art Gallery

750 Hornby Street at Robson
Vancouver (Downtown) BC V6Z 2H7
24-hour Info 604.662.4719

Visit Western Canada’s largest art museum.
Located just steps from vibrant Robson Street in downtown Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery offers the city’s top cultural experience featuring four floors of historical and contemporary art in ever-changing world class exhibitions.

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

Cathedral Place Courtyard, 639 Hornby St
Vancouver (Downtown) BC V6C 2G3

Wednesday to Sunday, 11:00am to 5:00pm

Downtown Vancouver’s public gallery named after the acclaimed Haida artist Bill Reid (1920 — 1998). The Gallery showcases the permanent collection of Bill Reid and changing exhibitions of contemporary Northwest Coast art.

Permanent Collection of Bill Reid’s work
- Stunning gold and silver jewelry
- Monumental sculptures
- Towering totem pole carved by James Hart in tribute to Bill Reid
Gallery Gift Shop
A selection of original works and prints by local Northwest Coast artists, distinctive jewelry, accessories, books, cards and more.

Museum of Anthropology

6393 NW Marine Drive (UBC)
Vancouver BC

Canada’s contemporary museum of world arts and cultures.

A place of extraordinary architectural beauty, provocative programming, and vibrant, contemporary exhibitions.

Burnaby Village Museum & Carousel

6501 Deer Lake Avenue
Burnaby BC V5G 3T6

Gate admission is free, Carousel Rides are $2.60 each

Where History Comes to Life – Stroll down the streets of our 1920s village exploring at your own pace. The village is a combination of heritage and replica buildings on a 10-acre site. Chat to the period costumed townsfolk who welcome visitors and give demonstrations in the homes, businesses and shops. Popular stops include the blacksmith, the print shop, the General Store, and the garden at the farmhouse. Take a ride on the vintage carousel and indulge in a treat from the Ice Cream Parlour.

Vancouver Convention Centre

1055 Canada Place
Vancouver (Downtown) BC V6C 0C3

Follow us on Instagram! @VanConventions

The Art Project at the Vancouver Convention Centre showcases the richness and diversity of the history, contributions and innovations made by all workers to the building of our province. This thematic art program is anchored by major works commissioned from five BC and two international artists that were selected by jury. It also features interpretive story panels throughout the West building and surrounding seawall; a Coast Salish Gallery in the Harbour Concourse connecting the West and East buildings; and a BC Artists Gallery featuring major historic and contemporary BC artists who have addressed the province’s landscape in their work.

Pemberton Distillery

Pemberton BC
604.894.0222 1.888.894.3676

Open for distillery tours & tastings

Fine Organic Spirits
Nestled in the beautiful Pemberton Valley, just north of Whistler, the Pemberton Distillery handcrafts fine, distinctly regional organic spirits. Experience this craft distillery’s hands-on operations and sample the award winning Schramm Vodka - the world’s only organic potato vodka - made from locally grown potatoes and pure Coast Mountain water.

Tyler Schramm, Master Distiller & Owner, Pemberton Distillery

BC Farm Museum

9131 King Street
Fort Langley BC

BC's largest pioneer collection, featuring vintage tractors & farming equipment as well as a library, historical photos and much more. Check out the website for admission prices, and upcoming Events including special displays and family-friendly activities.

"Celebrating 50 years of preserving BC history"

Bella Coola Music Festival

Bella Coola BC V0T 1C0

July 23 - 24, 2016

The Annual Bella Coola Music Festival July 23 and 24th is a family-friendly, multi-cultural event showcasing award-winning performers from across the country, as well as our own region. We’ll kick it off with a free concert at the Legion Friday evening! Tickets go on sale May 1st. Featured Artists: Jill & Matthew Barber,Bend Sinister, Nick Sherman, Amelia Curran, Elage Diouf, Murray Porter, Ben Rogers, Quique Escamilla, and The Crooked Brothers!

Visit our web site for more details.

Ballet BC

6th Floor
677 Davie Street Vancouver BC V6B 2G6

Combining classical integrity with a contemporary sensibility, Ballet BC is a company of 18 talented dancers from Canada and around the world that is committed to the ballet of today. Solidly grounded in the rigour and artistry of classical ballet, with an emphasis on innovation and the immediacy of the 21st century, the company presents a distinct and diverse repertoire of the most sought-after Canadian and international contemporary ballet choreography.

Ballet BC continues its commitment to perform highly acclaimed productions on regional, national and international tours in addition to its regular performance season at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver. For more information, visit or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and on Twitter @balletbc.

Click here for performances, tickets and more

Tourism Tofino

1426 Pacific Rim Highway
Tofino BC V0R 2Z0

Tofino is surrounded by ancient rainforests, edged by vast, rolling ocean and home to passionate residents. It offers the perfect mix of wild nature and authentic coastal village. Tofino is the perfect place to be - any time of year. Come create your own reality in Tofino, a force of nature!

River Market at Westminster Quay

810 Quayside Drive
New Westminster BC

Feast and fun come together every day at River Market, where the hungry and curious gather to eat, shop, and play. First opened in 1985 as Westminster Quay Public Market, this 75,000-square-foot marketplace on the Fraser River pioneered a food-led revitalization to become a hub for community life. Today, it showcases 25 of B.C.'s best independent restaurants, shops, and schools all under one roof. Stay hungry and curious at

These are some of our incredible shops: Donald’s Market | Hanson International Academy | Paddlewheeler Pub | Paddlewheeler Liquor Store | La Perla Ballroom | Wild Rice Market, Bistro | Vancouver Circus School | Freebird Chicken Shack | Hilltop Academy | Great Wall Tea Co. | Music Box | La Grotta del Formaggio | Pattison Architecture | Longtail Thai Kitchen | The Network Hub | Pamola Bakery & Deli | Pottery Works | ReUp BBQ | Tre Galli Gelato Caffe | Jolene’s Handmade Soap | Shnoo and the Pachooch Toys | Wally’s Burgers | Bunches & Blooms | Mid-Century Modern Home | Cozy Yarn | August Studios 

Dawson Creek Tourism

900 Alaska Avenue
Dawson Creek BC V1G 3T5
Toll Free 1-866-645-3022

Dawson Creek: Mile O of the World Famous Alaska Highway. Start your epic journey here! Welcome to northern hospitality, adventure, culture and wildlife.

Alaska Highway House > Historic Walking Tour > Summer Art Walk > Walter Wright Pioneer Village > Dawson Creek Art Gallery

City of Richmond - Public Art Program

Throughout Richmond
Richmond BC

Richmond’s Public Art collection boasts more than 100 permanent sculptural works, numerous temporary installations and even ephemeral, experiential works by local, regional, national and international artists.

Details on the art collection and a series of 10-minute walking tours are available online for those interested in learning more. Free.

Photo Credit: Water Sky Garden by Janet Echelman, Richmond Olympic Oval

Minoru Chapel

6540 Gilbert Road
Richmond BC V7C 3V4


Surrounded by old growth trees, gardens and lakes, Richmond’s historic Minoru Chapel is one of the most charming buildings in the Metro Vancouver region. Built in 1891 by a Methodist congregation, the chapel was an important place of worship for Richmond’s pioneering residents. Today it is a non-denominational space rented primarily for weddings and movie shoots. The chapel is open to the public annually during the Open Doors Richmond weekend and is the venue for the Minoru Chapel Opera series.