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UPCOMING FEATURES

CANADA DAY
Please join us for a day of fabulous fun and celebration for the entire family in beautiful Queen’s Park. This year, the City of New Westminster is planning an extra special event which will spill out into Queens Park to celebrate this important milestone in our history.
The overall programming will connect local community with the celebrations taking place across the country to celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary. Some of the planned activities include arts and heritage workshops, community groups’ presentations and diverse performances that celebrate the story of Canada.
Queen’s Park Bandshell
Saturday, July 1, 11:30 am – 3:30 pm
Free Admission

INTERGEN DINNER
Every month youth and seniors get together to cook some good food and enjoy it with their friends! Games and prizes follow. This activity will take place in the youth centre.
Thursday, July 20, 4:30 – 8:00 pm
Thursday, August 17, 4:30 – 8:00 pm
Members: $5.00

NATURE WALKS
Did you know that New Westminster has its very own forest?
Take a self-guided tour through the Queen’s Park Forest and discover magnificent mushrooms! These fungi are a sign of an improving forest ecosystem. Decaying wood on the forest floor provides much needed
resources for the majestic trees in the area. Transitioning
from grass to logs helps ensure the Queen’s Park Forest remains healthy for generations.
Queen’s Park Forest
Information 604.777.5121

 

 

  •  12/19/2011
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