What: Vancouver Web Fest is hosting it’s first ever YouTube Afternoon where their most popular content creators will be sharing how to create relevant and engaging content for YouTube. The event is being held during their 4th annual International Digital Series Festival
Where: Performance Works – 1218 Cartwright Street, Granville Island, Vancouver
What: Always wanted to run on the trails, but don’t know where to start? Join MEC North Vancouver for a 5 km or 10 km Trail Running Clinic. Learn how to navigate the trails, power up hills, and everything you need to bring on your trail runs. You’ll also earn a free race entry to one of MEC’s Lower Mainland Trail Races.
Where: Participants meet once a week at various locations.
When: March 19 to May 28 (no session April 16) from 9 to 10:30 am
What: Don’t know where to take the kids during Spring Break? Stop by the Market to play board games with a view. A wide range of games including Jenga, Monopoly Deal, Twister, Uno and Checkers will be available at the Visitor’s Center located on the Market Level. Sign-out a game, grab a snack and enjoy the break.
Where: Lonsdale Quay Market – 123 Carrie Cates Ct, North Vancouver
What: Held every spring, the Sonic Boom Festival is a multi-day celebration of music by B.C. composers. Every year Vancouver Pro Musica features a composer in residence, talented musical ensembles, and dozens of new works by emerging and established BC composers.
What: People from varying backgrounds and spiritual traditions are invited to gather to celebrate the beginning of a new season. The Medicine Wheel is a symbol of holistic teachings based on the cycles of nature. Drumming, singing, and prayers will be shared. The ceremony concludes with a potluck.
Where: VanDusen Botanical Garden – 5251 Oak Street, Vancouver
What: One year before Megan Follows enchanted a nation as the pigtailed heart-tugger of Anne of Green Gables, she laced up her skates for the fondly-remembered ‘80s television movie, Hockey Night. Cinema Sunday films are introduced by Vancouver film history teacher and critic Michael van den Bos.
Where: The Cinematheque – 1131 Howe Street, Vancouver
What: Port Moody Farmers Market and Coquitlam’s Inspiration Garden help you get your backyard garden ready for the warm weather ahead. In this workshop, participants will learn about what seeds to start now, how to properly care for their new plants, and steps to take to help ensure a healthy harvest. Each participant will plant their own seeds and leave with small pots ready for love, light and water and $10 in market money.
Where: Port Moody Farmers Market – 300 Ioco Road, Port Moody