VIVA Vancouver capitalizes on citizens’ love of the outdoors by inviting people to stop, sit, and relax with friends and neighbours in vibrant urban settings across the city. Yesterday the mayor made the announcement at the Corduroy Road seating installation, located at 800 Robson, which features a bright, deck-like structure dotted with umbrellas.
“Building on the success and popularity of last year’s family-friendly program, VIVA Vancouver is once again re-imagining our streets in innovative new ways,” said Mayor Gregor Robertson. “We’ve got a great line-up this year for people to enjoy, and some new activations in Yaletown, Marpole, and the West End that will strengthen our public spaces in fun and creative ways. I want to thank all of our partner organizations who are teaming up with the City to help bring our streets to life this summer.”
The Mayor announced details of this year’s VIVA Vancouver program, including
VIVA Granville, which will bring music, dance and fun to Granville Street every weekend until Labour Day, including:
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