April Showers bring May flowers!
The courtyard is full of cherry blossoms, and there is green everywhere! Time to dig up your garden and think about Easter eggs.
Here’s what’s brewing in the city this month:
It’s the Family Day Long Weekend, and many kids are getting Friday off as well. That means 4 days of activities to plan!
Thankfully, there’s lots going on in the city this weekend, like:
Children’s Arts Festival – 11th annual event at the Richmond Cultural Centre
Britannia Mine Museum – 50% off admission on Family Day
Family Day at the Peak of Vancouver – Festivities at Grouse Mountain Resort
Family Day at PdA – Family art activities at Place des Arts
Family Day At the Carousel – Celebration at the Burnaby Village Museum
Go check out The House with a Clock in its Walls at Scotiabank Cinema for just $2.99.
and lots, lots more…
Happy New Year! And welcome 2019!
Here’s what’s going on in the city this month:
Looking for something fun to do to ring in the new year?
There are a ton of options available!
The kids/social committee will be hosting their annual Hallowe’en Party on Friday, October 26 from 6-8 pm in the Amenity Room.
Dress up and stop by for spooky games, hot dogs and snacks!
Please bring a snack to share.
Everyone is welcome! We look forward to seeing you all there!
On October 20, Vancouverites will head to the polls to elect a new city council and a new mayor.
The #1 issue on everyone’s mind with this year’s election? Housing. Obviously, this is an issue that affects us very deeply here at the co-op. Even though we live in “affordable housing,” the definition of “affordable” in this town is very different than from many other cities around the world.
Vancouver is thought to be one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in, and the reasons for that are complex.
It’s incredibly important that we all get out and vote and have our say.
Advance voting: October 10 to 17, 2018
Election day: October 20, 2018
Vancouver voters will elect:
Here are some resources to help you make an informed decision.