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 - Metrotown Branch (Program Room)
Hidden Figures tells the incredible untold story of Katherine Jonson (Taraji P.
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: Burnaby Public Library - Metrotown (Program Room)
Join us in a conversation about student mental health. We all know how stressed and anxious students can feel.
Location: Simon Fraser University
SFU presents a day of learning catered for Burnaby high school students. On May 8th, high school students are invited to join a day of learning at SFU's Burnaby Campus.
Location: Burnaby Public Library - McGill Branch (Program Room)
She Started It is a feature length documentary film on women tech entrepreneurs, shot on location in Silicon Valley, NYC, Europe, Vietnam, Mississippi & more, that aims to highlight su
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