A message from the Bike Upgrades Team , Engineering Services, City of Vancouver:
The City of Vancouver is working to improve cycling connections between the Arbutus Greenway and the Seaside Greenway. As two of Vancouver’s most popular bike routes, located near each other but not connected, this is a significant gap in the City’s active transportation network.
The Pine St and W 1st Ave Link intends to address that gap.
A series of on-street changes are proposed for Pine St between W 6th Ave and W 1st Ave, and on W 1st Ave from Pine St to Creekside Dr. Our aim is to make a connection that is safe and comfortable for all ages and abilities (AAA) while accommodating access and loading arrangements for nearby businesses and residents. Implementation is anticipated to occur in summer 2022 using interim materials.
More information and details for upcoming information sessions can be found here
After a break due to COVID, the West Side Community Food Market will be up and running again this summer. On Thursday evenings, SPEC and Kitsilano Neighbourhood House co-host the Westside Community Food Market, from 3 pm to 7 pm, at the corner of West 7th Ave and Vine.
Cuba1tours will once again be offering Garden/cultural tours to Cuba. Now that travel is safely opening and many of the restrictions are being lifted they have begun to register people for both Garden tours. The first one will be to the Eastern part of Cuba and will begin October 21 and end October 31, 2022. The second tour will be to the Central/ West, including Havana, from February 25 to March 7, 2023. Some people have signed for both tours, but plenty of space remains. All tour details can be found by visiting www.cuba1tours.com.
Denman Island Home & Garden Tour June 11 & 12, 2022 9:30 – 5:00 Info and Earlybird Tickets $20 starting March 15 Email: email@example.com for more info
Don’t miss this incredible Tour, long considered one of BC’s top horticultural events. This year features the renowned home and garden of award-winning broadcaster and writer Des Kennedy, as well as eleven other glorious rural properties.
The Globe and Mail has called Denman Island “a 5-by-10 kilometer swath of horticultural gems.” After a four-year hiatus, Denmanites are ready to throw open their garden gates, inviting the public for a rare up-close look at the creativity, skill and passion they pour into their properties.
The gardens are accomplished, imaginative, and full of variety — lush blooms; tranquil ponds; artisanal stonework; hand-crafted arbours; permaculture practices; and stunning ocean views. The houses offer exquisite craftsmanship, innovative design, inspired use of local materials, and unique island touches.
This weekend event provides an unforgettable experience for lovers of gardens, homes and rural living. Many people return year after year from all over Canada and around the world, and are never disappointed.