Vancouver is surrounded by water and its citizens cherish the easy access to the beaches, seawalls and waterfront parks but how much do you know about the water?
Do you know the animals that live in English Bay? What did False Creek look like a century ago?
Sunday, October 5th spend the day celebrating the Vancouver waterfront on the first Water’s Edge Day at Vancouver Maritime Museum from 10am – 5pm. The day is filled with fun, free activities for the whole family to enjoy.
- Take a paddle tour in a Tsleil-Waututh paddle canoe or a kayak eco-tour.
- Interact with the Vancouver Aquarium’s critter tanks.
- Cycle the seawall and learn the history around False Creek.
- Learn about ocean science at Science World.
- Participate and create in art workshops.
- Explore the city’s martime history with free access to Maritime Museum.
Take part in the #MyVanWaterfront photo contest to win some great prizes by posting your favourite photos and stories on Twitter & Instagram and tagging them #myvanwaterfront. Enter your posts now for the prizes to be drawn on Water’s Edge Day.
Water’s Edge Day takes place Sunday October 5, 2014 from 10am-5pm at the Vancouver Maritime Museum on 1905 Ogden Ave.