Free Things To Do Weekend of Sept 28th


Friday, September 28 to Sunday, September 30 FREE
The third annual culture days weekend kicks off in the community with free activities happening in theater, libraries, artist studios and community centers. This annual event is an opportunity to publicly showcase the enormous talent and creativity that exists in this community.

Emily's Journal - A Presentation about Emily Carr

Friday, September 28 11:00am FREE
From her birth in Colonial Victoria in 1871 to her death in 1945, Emily's Journal is a beautiful portrayal of the extraordinary life and personality of a Canadian icon. Archival photographs, dramatic commentary and musical segments recreate some of the events and influences that shaped Emily Carr's life. Registration is required. Call the number below:
Heritage Center  1620 Mt. Seymour Road  604-986-4892 

Meet 2 Canadian Olympic Bronze Medallists at Moveo

Friday, September 28 6:30 - 7:30pm FREE
Gillian Carleto and Jasmin Glaesser, 2 of Canada's Women's Team Pursuit team, part of Canada's Track Cycling Program, will be at Moveo Sport & Rehabilitation Center to talk about their experience at the Olympic Games. They will get into details about their experiences in London and also their road to success: training, injuries, nutrition and anything else you want to know!
Moveo Sport & Rehabilitation Center  101-135 East 15th Street  604-994-8731

Sports Day in North Vancouver

Saturday, September 29 12:30 - 4:30pm FREE
To celebrate Sports Day in Canada, this event showcases North Vancouver sports clubs including NorthWest Van Ringette, the Wolf Pack (Meet the players!), Vancouver Figure Skating, Floorball, Special Olympics, and more. There will be information tables, demos, and opportunities for you to try the various sports.
Harry Jerome Community Recreation Center 123 East 23rd Street

Celebrate Rivers

Sunday, September 30 10:00am - 2:00pm FREE
Join the City of North Vancouver, Evergreen and other community groups for an invasive plant pull and native planting event in celebration of Rivers Day. With park improvements underway, the city is pleased to celebrate one of the greatest natural areas in North Vancouver.
Lynnmouth Park Cotton Road and Brooksbank