Events Calendar

Carving On The Edge Festival

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Carving on the Edge Festival is a celebration of the West Coast carver, showcasing traditional and contemporary west coast wood carving with a full calendar of exhibits, storytelling, family programs, demonstrations and a variety of hands-on workshops.

Activities:
  • Art Viewing
  • Woodworking
Communities:
  • West Vancouver Island
Regions:
  • Vancouver Island

Plein Air Painting Festival at Kilby

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Don't miss Kilby's third annual "In the Open Air" painting festival! Come and see the competitors as their paintings develop!

Activities:
  • Art Viewing
  • Painting
Regions:
  • Vancouver & Sea to Sky

8th Annual Alert Bay 360 Eco Paddle

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Annual kayak race around Alert Bay (Cormorant Island)

Activities:
  • Kayaking
Regions:
  • Vancouver Island

Art in the Park

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Head to Vermilion for a fun-filled day for the whole family. Enjoy a free lunch, cinnamon buns baked in our community oven, painting class, art talents, displays, face painting, live music, and artisan exhibitors. Centered in the heart of Vermilion, there are many activities that can be enjoyed during this action packed weekend.

Activities:
  • Art Viewing
  • Painting
Communities:
  • Vermilion
Regions:
  • Central Alberta

Bald Eagle Festival

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Celebrating the beauty and biodiversity of the Fraser River Valley by honouring the majestic Bald Eagle and the Cycle of the Salmon.

Activities:
  • Wildlife
Regions:
  • Vancouver & Sea to Sky

Banff Weekend Yoga Retreat

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Waking up to mountain peaks is relaxing – add yoga, meals and workshops to the weekend retreat and you’ve got bliss. Yoga master Kim McNeil will help you transform, relax and rejuvenate.

Activities:
  • Yoga
Communities:
  • Banff
Regions:
  • Alberta Rockies

BC Bike Race

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A 7 day mountain bike stage race from Victoria to Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Includes course information, registration, and training advice.

Activities:
  • Biking
Communities:
  • Whistler
Regions:
  • Vancouver & Sea to Sky

BC River's Day at Kilby

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Celebrate BC Rivers Day at the confluence of the Fraser and Harrison rivers. We plan to highlight the many values of our two rivers and increase public awareness & stewardship of this 37th annual, British Columbia celebration.

Activities:
  • Kayaking
  • Wildlife
Regions:
  • Vancouver & Sea to Sky

Bowen Island Yoga Retreat

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If you're interested in investing in yourself, consider spending a weekend on retreat with me on Bowen Island.

Activities:
  • Yoga
Regions:
  • Vancouver & Sea to Sky

Calgary Food Tours

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Pick a tour that tickles your taste buds. Stroll and eat through trendy neighbourhoods rich in culinary delights including Inglewood, 17th Ave SW, Kensington, the East Village and the Calgary Farmers Market for Sunday Brunch.

Activities:
  • Food Tours
Communities:
  • Calgary
Regions:
  • Calgary & Area

Drop in Yoga

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This class will vary in theme from week to week, as all instructors will take turns running the class. As a treat for our students, this class will always have a $10 drop in rate. It's a great opportunity for our students to try different types of classes.

Activities:
  • Yoga
Communities:
  • Vermilion
Regions:
  • Central Alberta

Fort Langley Cranberry Festival

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Celebrate Cranberry Day at Fort Langley National Historic Site! Experience the popular cranberry stomp, and play a host of cranberry and farm related games. Don't miss the wonderful cranberry-themed market in the village too! Free admission in 2017 in celebration of Canada's 150th birthday.

Activities:
  • Dining
  • Farming
Communities:
  • Vancouver
Regions:
  • Vancouver & Sea to Sky

Fresh Start Health & Lifestyle Transformation Retreat

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Fresh Start offers 7, 14 & 21-day all-inclusive wellness retreats at the oceanfront and eco-friendly Ocean Resort Hotel and Spa – Vancouver Island’s Wellness Retreat Centre & Spa. Located just south of Campbell River, 30 minutes from Comox International Airport and north of Nanaimo ferries, Fresh Start is uniquely positioned to host your health-and-wellness transformation.

Activities:
  • Retreat
  • Spa
Regions:
  • Vancouver Island

Frontier Cattle Drive

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Saddle up to experience the old west on a cattle drive moving a real herd to greener pasture. Take in the scenery and the serenity of southwest Alberta while learning the ropes of driving a herd.

Activities:
  • Farming
Regions:
  • Southern Alberta

Gran Fondo Badlands

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Are you bad enough? The Badlands Gran Fondo has the distance to suit every cyclist through the breathtaking badlands of Alberta. Make sure you stop for a “Baconsaurus” at the aid station at the Last Chance Saloon in Wayne.

Activities:
  • Biking
Regions:
  • Central Alberta

Hike to the Drive Lanes

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Hike to the ancient drive lands with Blackfoot guides. Hear stories of how the plains people hunted. Each month a different topic is included to enhance the journey.

Activities:
  • Hiking
Regions:
  • Southern Alberta

How to Haiku Workshops: Joy Kogawa House

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Learn how to write your very own haiku with the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival artists. Workshop includes haiku writing tips, a haiku gingko walk at the neighbouring Queen Elizabeth Park, and the opportunity to design koinobori carp scales with your haiku to be displayed at Sakura Days Japan Fair.

 

Activities:
  • Poetry
  • Writing
Communities:
  • Vancouver
Regions:
  • Vancouver & Sea to Sky

Jasper to Banff Bike Tours

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Discover glaciers, icy rivers, high mountain passes and wildlife along the way. Peddle at your own pace, the sag wagon carries the luggage and lunch. Explore, test yourself and enjoy the four-day journey.

Activities:
  • Biking
Communities:
  • Banff
  • Jasper
Regions:
  • Alberta Rockies

Learn about prehistoric life

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Calling budding palaeontologists – did deep into the mysteries of dinosaur teeth, trilobite habitats and what the footprints of a dinosaur mean at this series of free lectures.

Activities:
  • Paleontology
Communities:
  • Grande Prairie
Regions:
  • Northern Alberta

Mount Norquay Via Ferrata

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Can you do it? If you can climb a ladder, yes, you can. Scramble to the top of Mount Norquay while tethered to a cable. Climbing ladders, cross suspension bridges and cling to the rocky face. The exhilaration at the top is unbelievable.

Activities:
  • Climbing
  • Hiking
Communities:
  • Canmore
Regions:
  • Alberta Rockies