The Second Annual West Coast Christmas Show taking place November 27-29 at the Tradex Exhibition Center, is Western Canada's leading Holiday Season Show that brings together under one roof Holiday décor, gifts, food, personal services, festive seminars and celebrity stage presentations.
Visitors to the West Coast Christmas Show will discover amongst the many exhibits new ideas and products for holiday gift shopping, entertaining and home decorating. Amongst the many exhibits visitors will find holiday decor items, holiday spirits & wine, specialty foods, condiments, seasonings, chocolates along with unique and hard to find gift items both from artisans as well as unique manufacturers.
Head down to the Scotia Bank Dance Centre (677 Davie Street) from August 21-23, 2009 for a chance to preview and shop the hottest designs of the season by Canadian designers. The first 25 in line receive a gift bag that includes the latest copy of FASHION magazine.
Head down to Yaletown for a day of fabulous shopping! Gather your besties and join us for six hours of hot summer fashions, wicked discounts & specials from over 40 stores, awesome prizes, cool cocktails and drinks and of course, free swag - just like the celebs.
Event: Yaletown Summer Shopathon
Date: Friday, July 17, 2009
Time: 3:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Throughout Yaletown, centered within the heritage district.
It is time for change & the global conscious is now being lifted. Although we hear that financial times are tough, it is what you believe to be true that will affect what comes into your life. It is about the "courage" to wake up & take the path less travelled. To listen to your soul, your story, your spirit & live your life to the fullest. This will be a courageous year in more way than one. You will do things you have never done, you will challenge yourself in more ways than one, you will manifest more than you ever thought possible & your new limits are now unlimited!
There is a new level of consciousness happening - people are becoming more aware of 'something more' - there is a level of energy happening & it is all good! There is hope, there is light, there is power, & it is all within! From within so is without!
Live this year with hope, faith, enlightenment, & joy that you are meant to live. Live with courage to take new steps, try new things and be as creative as you were meant to be! Live with passion & live!
The Vancouver Golf and Travel show provides consumers with the best and largest selection of golf equipment, accessories and travel opportunities all in one incredible golf marketplace! Golf's leading manufacturers, golf courses and travel destinations will be showcasing what's new and exciting for the 2008 golfing season! Fore more information, please log onto www.vancouvergolfshow.com or call 1-800-891-4859.
Cost: Regular Admission: $10, Youths: 12-7 - $8, Children under 12: Free
Hours: Saturday - 10am-6pm, Sunday - 10am-5pm
See It! Do It! Live It ! The Outdoor Adventure show, presented by GAP Adventures, launches into action February 16th and 17th, 2008 at BC Place. This two-day event features hundreds of exhibitors, offering amazing pre-season deals on the best outdoor gear and travel experiences! Discover hiking, scuba diving, camping, kayaking, canoeing, and adventure travel, plus see screenings of the Banff Mountain Film Festival! Check out pro kayak demonstrations in Canada's largest Outdoor Adventure white-water wave pool , and catch the action of high-flying mountain bikes at Western Canada's largest bike expo! The Adventure Starts Here! For more information, log onto www.outdooradventureshow.com.
This morning's Vancouver Sun says Plastic bags could be a thing of the past and we'd better start preparing for it by getting ourselves a cloth shopping bag, or a back-pack, or maybe both. Seems reasonable to me. I'm sure I'm not the only one who is getting tired of those plastic bags multiplying in another bag under the sink, or wherever. And if you live near or in a high-rise apartment building, you're probably also tired of seeing those damned bags hanging from the nearby trees, or blowing half a block away into your neighbour's yard. They're a curse. Let's get rid of the damned things.