Monthly Archives: September 2018

Chinatown Millennium Gate on Pender Street
Sep 21

Things To Do in Chinatown: A Moon Festival Itinerary

By Kathy Gibler

A Moon Festival Itinerary – Things To Do at the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival The Mid-Autumn Moon Festival presents a wonderful opportunity for family fun. Gardens BC has put together a list of ‘things to do’ to assist in making your choice. The actual festival date is September 24; most of the events take place on […]

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University of Northern British Columbia
Sep 20

New 23 Acre Botanical Garden For UNBC

By Scott McDonald

New Botanical Garden to be the most northerly in Canada. A new 23 acre botanical garden is being planned for the University of Northern British Columbia with the help of the David Douglas Botanical Garden Society. “The big dream is to build a full-fledged botanical garden, about 23 acres, to model it after other botanical […]

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Mid Autumn Moon Festival at Sun Yat Sen Chinese Garden in Vancouver
Sep 18

Mid-Autumn Moon Festival: Moon Gladness

By Kathy Gibler

Not-To-Be-Missed! Mid-Autumn Moon Festival 中秋节 Zhōngqiū Jié:  Moon Gladness It happens every year and every year it seems to take us by surprise as we begin the move away from the yang sun and the heat of summer toward the yin moon and the months ruled by the cool and dark of the night sky. […]

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