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Vancouver Mom > kids events

This week’s Vancouver Mom to Follow is Amber Orchard, who started her event planning career at age 9 in the school playground and has been seeking reasons to celebrate ever since.  From galas to festivals, her company Amber Orchard Events has organized events for TELUS, SFU and a number of clients from Vancouver’s Film and…

Looking to get your kid up and pedalling this summer? Then sign them up for a Pedalheads Summer Bike Camp! We chatted with Pedalheads about their amazing (and proven) kids camps where kids learn to bike or improve their existing skills and confidence. PS: The kids will not only come home feeling proud, but they’ll have an active…

As if the delicate beauty of the cherry blossoms weren’t enough,  Spring Lights, a free family friendly event, adds a little razzle dazzle to to the Japanese art of hanami or cherry blossom viewing. The second of two events  at Queen Elizabeth Park this Saturday (the first being The Big Picnic), Spring Lights “invites you…

This week’s Vancouver Mom to Follow is Jennifer Rainnie, a busy entrepreneur and mom of 3. She has worked in the fashion industry for the past 18 years and created her own footwear brand MALVADOS three years ago. >> Enter to win one of 6 pairs of Malvados on the VM Facebook Page or Instagram feed…

Make sure your kids hearts and bodies are fully engaged this summer! We’ve compiled a master list of summer camps for kids around Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.

Believe it or not, summer approaches! And now is the time to book your kids into summer camps. Here are our picks for unique summer camps for kids around Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. Whether it’s cooking, film, opera, nature or overnight camps, there’s plenty to satisfy your kids’ hearts, minds and bodies this summer. >> Did…

Vancouver is expensive. We all know that. But we love it for its natural beauty, eco-friendly vibe and local foodie scene. Still a few freebies don’t hurt. Here are some family friendly activities that are long on fun and short on dollars spent … in fact totally free (expect for a few “by donation” activities)….

No matter which way you slice it, there are plenty of ways to enjoy Pi(e) Day. Yes every March 14, Pi or π nerds everywhere get giddy about circumferences. Pi being the ratio of the circumference of a pie (er sorry circle) to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14 (and then some!) Fittingly, the flakier version of…

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