Canada Day Parade and Celebrations at Waterfront Park.
Join the party as we celebrate Canada’s birthday! Details.
To April 2018.
Chief Dan George: Actor and Activist
Explore the life and legacy of Tsleil-Waututh Chief Dan George — leader, writer, performer and advocate for First Nations peoples. The Museum will be closed July 1st.
July 3, 2017.
Archives Hours New Hours
From the first week of July, the Archives’ reference service will be open on Thursdays & Fridays from noon to 5pm and Saturdays from 10am to 5pm. Tuesday & Wednesday apppointment may be made by calling the Archivist at 604.990.3700 x8011. The Archives will be closed July 1st.
July 2 to August 24. Drop-in tours on Saturdays & Sundays at 11am & 1:30 pm.
The Shipyard Pals present Story-filled Walks
Meet at the foot of Lonsdale Ave. & Victory Ship Way near Shipbuilders’ Square
Experience the sights and sounds of The Shipyards as they used to be, join Shipyard Pals Sal and Sam on an entertaining story-filled walk of North Vancouver’s historic Burrard Dry Docks. To book a group tour, call 604.990.3700 ex 8007.
July 6 to August 24. Drop-in tours on Wednesdays & Thursdays at 11am & 1:30pm.
Meet across from Lynn Canyon Café, Lynn Canyon Park
The Mountaineer Pals present Story-filled Walks
Marvel at the beauty of your surroundings while Mountaineering Pals Max and Molly share tales of adventure and rescue on a story-filled walk in Lynn Canyon Park. To book a group tour, call 604.990.3700 ex 8007. Please note that this walk includes steep stairs.
Community History Centre
Street Photographer: Foncie Pulcie
Vancouver’s noted street photographer captured many North Vancouverites on their outings to Vancouver’s entertainment and beach districts.
City of North Vancouver Library
Be sure to check out the Museum & Archives’ changing displays on the third floor of the City Library. More
Walter Draycott’s Great War Chronicle
See and hear diary entries made on the war front by North Vancouver’s Walter Draycott. View Chronicle