Location: Deer Lake Park
The annual Rhododendron Festival promotes the long-term, sustainable, ecological health of our communities through a variety of entertainment, including rovers, mini-workshops, tours and more.
Location: Burnaby Art Gallery
Enjoy a 30-minute tour of the Arts Alive and David Ostrem exhibitions, as well as a brief video about the history of Ceperley House.
Location: Burnaby Public Library, McGill Branch (Program Room)
Every tree tells a story about its past. Learn how tree-ring science is used in the study of past climates or the histories of forest fires.
Location: Shadbolt Centre Studio Theatre
Theatre of the Oppressed - A Community Forum Theater play on the topic of hate and racism, where the audience is invited to participate in imagining how to better respond to the issues shown in the
Location: Embark's Learning Garden, SFU Burnaby
Fun for all ages! Participants will learn how to make soil blocks instead of using plastic containers to start plants from seeds.
Location: Burnaby Village Museum
Celebrate local students and Canada’s history at the River to Sea Regional Heritage Fair. Chat with students about their projects and discoveries as you explore the Burnaby Village Museum.
Location: SFU Gallery
Come visit SFU Gallery for a short introduction to the gallery and the current installation, Lorna Brown's Reading (1990/2015).
Location: SFU AQ South/East
An exciting event full of fun, interesting things to do! Enjoy artistic performances and educational demonstrations and explorations at SFU's Burnaby Mountain campus.