Khatsahlano Street Party @ Saturday

This weekend we are going to the Khatsahlano Street Party together.

Khatsahlano is Vancouvers biggest Street Party, last year there were 118.000 people partying together. There are 50 bands performing on different stages, lots of food trucks and tons of merchants and vendors, so we’ll have a lot of fun there. And the best thing: it’s free.  

We are going to meet at the Esso Gas Station at 4th Ave (right at the intersection Burrard & 4th Ave where the festival starts) to go there all together and since its on the weekend you can use your monthly ticket or a zone 1 ticket to get there.



  • When: Saturday Jul. 12th at 12.30
  • Where: Esso Gas Station at Burrard & 4th Ave (1790 W 4th Ave)
  • Map

The festival is on Kitsilano’s West 4th Avenue, between Burrard and McDonald from 11.00 am to 9.00pm.

Depending on how long we want to stay there we can go back to Gastown afterwards and join the 1st annual Lords Show & Shine.

Hope to see many of you there to enjoy this sunny day together. In case you have problems to get to the meeting point, just give us a call and we help you finding it.

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What to do on the weekend?

Banff: Summer Arts Festival

Every year, The Banff Centre invites professional artists from across Canada and around the world, in order to create the Banff Summer Arts Festival. There is a lot of creative energy you can experience when listening to Jazz music, watching plays or admiring contemporary literature. Head towards Banff if you are in for an arts experience in the brisk mountain air of Banff National Park!


Toronto: Contact Photography Festival

CONTACT Photography Festival explores personal and social consequences of the medium of photography.

In the previous year, more than 500 local and international artists became part of the event at more than 200 venues across Toronto.

This year’s theme will be Figure & Ground, aiming to find out, how we comprehend and understand today’s world, throwing a focus on the contrasts between humans and nature and echnology and culture.

Public installations will also be across the city, including TTC subway platforms and billboards throughout downtown.
Start Date: May 10, 2011
End Date: May 31, 2011

Depending on the weather, I can definitely recommend one thing:
– Rent a bike or a car and drive to West Vancouver, all the way up Cypress Mountain until you arrive at the Highview Lookout Point.

It is a very popular viewing area and can be very busy at times. But when I have been there last weekend there was almost nobody.

You have a spectacular view over Vancouver with the sunset in the back. Simply G-E-O-R-G-E-O-U-S!!!


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