Bring the whole family to discover Canada’s history through the eyes of Richmond youth. See how Richmond students interpret Canada’s past through Heritage Fair projects that tell stories about Canadian heroes and milestones, places and events. Then take part in exciting crafts and games that inspire a deeper appreciation and Read more [...]
British Columbia festivals and events are as diverse as its geography and residents. Festivals range from Shakespeare’s Bard and experimental dance to local craftwork and visual arts. For music fans, there are events showcasing all genres: classical, jazz, classic, indie rock, bluegrass, and everything in between.
Sporting action happens year-round with British Columbia playing host to top athletes at the World Ski & Snowboard Festival, the Williams Lake Stampede, and the Sun Run – Canada’s largest running event.
Food and wine festivals abound: try Cornucopia, the Cowichan Wine & Culinary Festival, or one of the three Okanagan seasonal wine festivals.
In honour of Canada 150, Richmond Canada Day will be the ultimate birthday bash with a street festival in Steveston Village incorporating the much beloved Steveston Salmon Festival, ship boarding, free concerts, food trucks and a brilliant fireworks display to light up the night.
The City of Richmond is inviting the world to the party with its largest multicultural festival. The Richmond World Festival, presented by Coast Capital Savings, celebrates the City’s significant cultural diversity found throughout the local community. This free event features a four stages with a diverse line-up of international and Read more [...]
Richmond offers more free, interactive cultural activities over the national Culture Days weekend than any other place in BC. Express your love of culture by participating in one of dozens of activities offered by local artists, designers, crafters, writers and other creative people. Explore Richmond’s heritage sites, learn a new Read more [...]