Photo credit: James Oakes
A new Indigo Books outlet, West End tenants standing up against renovictions, and a Seawall closure for safety maintenance.
A busy month of Stanley Park wildlife watercolour painting, getting to know the birds in the ‘hood, the Fireside Book Club, and another Philosopher’s Café conversation.
Jazz all about the West End, A bittersweet comedy about three generations of dirt-poor women at PAL Studio Theatre, and more Hot Mommas at The Sylvia.
Some West Enders are protesting what they see as the City’s failure to follow through on promises made in the 2013 West End Community Plan.
A stroll down Broughton Street to Coal Harbour will reveal a number of sculptures and water features, both traditional and contemporary.
Gardening need not wait until spring. Create your own indoor tropical Eden with a variety of plants in a decorative terrarium.
BC Minister for Seniors Anne Kang meets with the Seniors Planning Table; join a conversation about low risk drinking for older adults; attend a senior’s law clinic.
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