Vancouver Mom > kid-friendly

There’s a reason we live in the city! There are so many amazing kid-friendly events and activities, from arts and culture, to mom and tot meetups to dazzling light shows. Check out these three family friendly events especially geared to the little ones. 3 cool kid friendly events happening NOW Vancouver Art Gallery Family Program…

Looking for a classic winter activity with some extra holiday magic? Lace up those skates and zip around an icy winter wonderland with your friends and family in tow! PS: National Skating Day is December 10th so there’s free admission at many rinks! Think skate rentals, hot chocolate and more! Favourite ice skating events this…

The first ever “Bridge Warming” takes place this Friday (Nov 24) under the Cambie Bridge and promises “lights, music and extreme coziness.” And it’s completely FREE! This wonderful community event aims to brings “awe and wonder back to our oversaturated world.” Now that’s a sentiment we can all get behind. Oh … and did we mention,…

Is your child bouncing off the walls, doing back flips onto the couch or running around like a spinning top? Are you a teeny bit concerned they’re going to hurt themselves on the neighbour’s backyard trampoline? If so, it might be time to send them away to the circus, circus camp that is. CircusWest can…

Daytripping to Steveston Village

Historic Steveston Village is located in the south west corner of Richmond, an easy 30-minute drive from Vancouver. It is the largest commercial fishing harbour in Canada and has a strong history rooted in fishing and canning. It is the real-life location of Storybrooke, from “Once Upon a Time” and is full of family friendly…

It’s no secret that the Vancouver aquarium is one of the best family friendly places to visit in town. What you might not know that membership for one adult is only $70/year, includes 1 extra free pass for a friend and 20% off when you bring a friend every time. At $30 for a one-day pass it’s a no-brainer if you live in the Lower Mainland. Membership fees also go towards supporting conservation efforts, research and education for the protection of our marine habitats.

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