The days are getting longer, and we are starting to see warmer days and cherry blossoms, but April looks to be pretty rainy….
Here’s what’s happening in the city this month:
The Kids/Social Committee will be hosting a movie night on Saturday, April 7. We’ll have two movie showings, one for the younger kids, and one for the older kids. We’ll have a variety of movies on hand, and will choose one based on popularity in the moment.
We’ll also have juice and popcorn.
C’mon down! Bring a blanket and a pillow and hang out!
The kids will be out of school as of this weekend for 2+ weeks of vacation. If you don’t have any trips planned, there are lots of fun things to do around the city.
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Many activities are low-cost or free.
We’ve seen a few blossoms peeking out here and there… let’s hope this is the end of the snow, and the beginning of the flowers!
Lots of spring-related fun to be had this month in Vancouver. There’s Pi Day, St. Patrick’s Day, spring break for the kids, and hopefully lots of Cherry Blossoms!
Here’s a closer look at what’s happening this month:
Participation hours for 2017 are due January 15.
Please email participation hours to email@example.com, or drop off your report to the office in the B building.
Thanks for doing your part (36 hours) and keeping our co-op running!
You have a few options for recycling your live Christmas Tree.
Don’t forget to remove all tinsel and decorations!
Leave it in the recycling room, but you must first buy a sticker from Tami in 207A for $10.
City Chipping Events
In partnership with the Lion’s Club, residents are invited to bring their Christmas tree to a chipping event at any one of the locations shown below.
Donations of cash and non-perishable food will be accepted and distributed to local charities.
Tree chippings are taken to the Vancouver Landfill and turned into nutrient-rich compost.
Saturday, January 6 and Sunday, January 7, 10am to 5pm.
- Kerrisdale Community Ice Rink parking lot
(5670 E Blvd, north of 41st Ave)
- Kitsilano Beach parking lot
(Cornwall Ave and Arbutus St)
- Sunset Beach upper parking lot
(Beach Ave and Broughton St)
- Trout Lake Community Centre parking lot
(3360 Victoria Drive, south of E 12th Avenue)
Drop it off at any Vancouver Landfill or Transfer Station.
Happy New Year, Friends!
We hope you’ve managed to eat all your turkey, and we anticipate that the exercise bikes on the 6th floor of A building will be starting to see more action than usual this month.
Here’s a list of some fun things that are happening around the city this month.