Burnaby Environment Week is a week long program of environmentally-themed community activities held in early June hosted by the City of Burnaby and community partners. This year’s events were held June 2 to 10, 2018 and included a Still Creek Watershed Bicycle Tour and a Mandarin Language Nature Tour of Burnaby Lake Regional Park. Continue reading
With the forecast predicting sunshine, it’s a perfect weekend to get outside and enjoy the Spring weather! Plus, there’s activities for all ages and a wide range of interests happening in Metro Vancouver regional parks. Here’s some sunny Sunday adventures for you to consider in Vancouver, Tsawwassen, and Burnaby.
Burnaby celebrated Canadian Environment Week with a festival focused on sustainability topics. From wildlife protection to waste management, see how this week-long event helped residents learn how they can help protect the local environment.
Add a little enchantment to your day, when the creatures of Burnaby Lake Regional Park are joined by their fairy friends at the Forest Fairy Gathering, Saturday May 17 from 11am to 3pm.
It’s a chance for children to solve a mystery. For families to go for a walk in nature. For everyone to learn about the creatures that make Burnaby Lake Regional Park their home. The event is called Critter Capers, and it’s a popular weekend activity for many Metro Vancouver area families. Continue reading