Sunday's Showcase - What to do in the Vancouver Area - Vancouver Family Photographer - Kamloops Child & Family Photographer - Meagan Baker
Apr 2015

Sunday’s Showcase – What to do in the Vancouver Area – Vancouver Family Photographer

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We are getting closer and closer to May, which means summer is right around the corner! It’s almost time to plant our annual flower pots. And everything is in bloom. LOVE! Soak up the rest of the spring with these fun, family-friendly activities in and around Vancouver.


If you have little ones that are interested in art or construction, check out Canstruction at the Four Seasons. This free event brings together artists, designers, engineers and architects creating giant structures out of, you guessed it – cans. This year’s theme is “Fact or Fiction” and the event raises cans of food to be donated to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. Before my full-time photography days, I used to work for a company that participated in Canstruction and it was my project. Absolutely loved it, and it was for an amazing cause.



Timberline Ranch Family Festival

Take a trip to the wild, wild west on Saturday, April 24th! The third annual Timberline Family Festival will feature western shows, pony and hay rides, petting zoo, climbing walls and a whole slew of other fun activities. Sample delicious BBQ and find more snacks and souvenirs at the general store. This is family fun at its best.


Cherry Blossoms

Don’t miss the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival – next weekend is its last! There are events taking place all over the city in celebration of these beautiful, yet fleeting blossoms, so don’t miss out or you’ll have to wait until next year.



Darts Hill Garden Stroll

This is the perfect time to go on a nature stroll through Darts Hill garden in Surrey. There are 7.5 acres of blooming trees, perennials, fruit and more – so make sure to take some pictures. There will also be a plant sale – it’s the perfect opportunity to get the kids interested in gardening and create your own mini garden at home.



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