This weekend isn’t all about Easter Bunnies and chocolate eggs. Earth Day is coming up, and there are tons of events celebrating our home planet (and more to come next week!) How about a parade down Commercial Drive, or fun earthy science at Science World? It’s also World Circus Day, and time for Vancouver Circus School’s annual spring show. Professor Banjo is in town for a family concert; the Vaisakhi parade is taking over the streets in Surrey; and the Mommies N Munchkins fair is on in Langley. There are a few great outdoor events as well, from an egg hunt in Stanley Park to cleaning the parks and streets in Surrey. To find the Easter Bunny, check our Easter event listings – we’ve added a few new ones.
What would an ideal day be for your little ones? Would meeting a dinosaur (or two…or three) make the list? How about exploring a magician’s secrets or perhaps discovering their own circus-style abilities and even dressing up and marching in a musical parade?
We’re always on the lookout for ways to get more dark leafy greens into our family. We’ve made kale pesto, spinach smoothies, green juice, and we’ve massaged the truth, telling our kids that greens will give them strong muscles, but we’ve never applied broccoli topically – until now.
If you’re an expecting mum, an experienced super mama or a supportive family member, the tradeshow of all tradeshows, Bellies to Babies Celebration™, is back in town on Sunday, May 4th. This is BC’s original tradeshow for new and expectant parents and is one of the most anticipated events of …
Kids are born to garden. From six months old, babies love to pull blades of grass, stick their hands in dirt and press their faces against plants. And on the West Coast, we get to start early so here are a few tips on how to turn their little thumbs green.
The Easter Bunny is preparing chocolate eggs and filling up his baskets for the Big Day. The coming weekend is full of fun Easter happenings across the GTA from Easter egg hunts to crafts and concerts, and we’ve put them together in one convenient list. So don your bonnets, grab your baskets, and head over to one (or many) of these fun Easter events. It’s an eggciting season, so have fun, but take it easy on the chocolate!
Cherry blossoms are peaking, and spring is in the air! Visit Loutet Farm or the Nikkei Cultural Centre for spring festivals, or head over to South Vancouver for the Vaisakhi Parade. River Market offers spring cleaning for your mind, body and soul, and various swap meets give you a chance to clear out the closets! The Fraser Valley Food Truck Festival is happening in Chilliwack; there’s a chocolate workshop at the Surrey Museum; and the Great Canadian Craft Fair welcomes you to Cloverdale. The weather is fine, so why not head outdoors? Learn about otters and beavers, frogs or nature photography. If that’s not enough, check out our eggciting Easter Events Guide for egg hunts, Easter trains, the Easter Bunny and more!
We are a bathing house. We all love baths, particularly the smallest member of our family. In fact, a preschool field trip to Lush, ignited an instantaneous bath bomb addiction. And, while we considered a second mortgage on the house to cover costs, we decided to take a crack at making them ourselves instead. It turns out that bath bombs are easy as pie to make, a fraction of the cost of store-bought bombs and you know exactly what’s in them. The ingredients are easy to find, and the activity is fabulous for kids of all ages.
The Easter Bunny is preparing chocolate eggs and filling up his baskets for the Big Day. The next two weekends are full of fun Easter happenings, and we’ve put them all together in one convenient list. So don your bonnets, grab your baskets, and head over to one (or many) of these fun Easter events. It’s an eggciting season, so have fun, but take it easy on the chocolate!
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