“You’re gorgeous, baby, you’re sophisticated, you live well…Vancouver is Manhattan with mountains. It’s a liquid city, a tomorrow city, equal parts India, China, England, France and the Pacific Northwest. It’s the cool North American sibling.” - The New York Times

Events

It’s the middle of the week! I hope that your start to June has been awesome so far, check out my new block post for the latest events happening this week! Which ones do you want to go to? If you want to hear more about these, read on!


Vancouver Children’s Festival

Reimagine fun at the 2021 Vancouver International Children’s Festival with an extraordinary online line-up of world-class theatre, music, dance and storytelling created specifically for children. The reimagined 2021 Festival...

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A leading Vancouver-based chiropractic clinic, Neuro Lounge, in Yaletown has announced a new partnership with BrainTap, the health tech company. Through the new partnership, more Vancouver residents will have access to high-quality stress-reduction solutions. BrainTap is a cutting-edge tech solution that allows immediate access to specialist audio programs or light sessions to help with stress reduction and anxiety management.


Programs available include Sleep RX, which is designed to retrain the brain...

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The City of Vancouver is proposing an upgrade to the existing off-leash dog area in Coopers' Park, located adjacent to the Cambie Street Bridge. The proposed dog park will consist of many new features such as tunnels, ramps, boulders, logs, climbing blocks and agility poles. Resembling a doggie theme park the new dog area will also include water and agility features, a designated digging area, and a separate section for shy unsocial pups.  


The Vancouver Park Board...

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Looking to explore a little bit of the city while getting caught up with history? Look no further than the Engine 374 Pavilion in Yaletown to learn about this significant part of the city. 


A LITTLE HISTORY


The CPR Engine 374 pulled the first transcontinental passenger train into the city on May 23, 1887, marking an important day not only for Vancouver, but the entire nation. The event marked one of the greatest engineering feats to date, and opened up new pathways between Canada's coasts.


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Feeling sluggish from being stuck at home all day long? Physical health is something that needs to be consciously monitored regardless of what's happening around you. While Yaletown offers an array of outdoor options, from the renowned Seawall to pockets of lush scenery right in the city, here are some alternative fitness options you can make use of right from home!


Barre Fitness

1038 Mainland St

(604-669-6906)

Virtual Sessions

Barre Fitness Yaletown is Canada’s original barre based workout...

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