2019 Annual Park Project

On May 4th, the Lynn Valley Community Association and Lynn Valley Seniors Association are working together on the 2019 Annual Lynn Valley Park Project and we need YOU!

This year’s community project is in an area of Kirkstone Park between the playing fields and Karen Magnussen Recreation Centre.

Our focus will be on restoring a section of the park just west of the playing fields. The work will be basic gardening, removing invasive plants, planting natural vegetation, laying down mulch, cleaning litter and anything else that needs to be done with the support of the DNV Parks Department.

The Park Project will take place on:
• Saturday, May 4, 2019
• 9:00 am to noon (come for all or part)

Do join us for this fun and productive day. We have work for every level of physical ability so all ages and stages are welcome. Dress for the weather, as this is a rain-or-shine event! Sturdy boots or shoes, working clothes and gloves are recommended. If we are blessed with sunshine – remember the sunscreen!

Coffee, cream, sugar and cups have been generously provided by WAVES Coffee House in Lynn Valley but you need to bring your own water bottle.


Park in the parking lot off Kirkstone Road and find our LVCA tent on the west side by the hockey court. (and mind the 30kmh!)

For more information email: info@lvca.ca

2018 Parade of Trees Winners

This year’s Parade of Trees was a fabulous success – thanks to YOU! We sold out!

We sold a record number of trees this year, exceeding our expectations and raising $3000.00 for the North Shore Disability Resource Centre.

In addition, we collected for the Lynn Valley Legion’s Toy Drive and of course, put our order in for perfect weather for our Lighting Ceremony. *smile*

The Tree Lighting Ceremony was an incredibly fun family oriented event with live music by The Heels, face painting and of course, the children put their creative skills to work to make beautiful lanterns to walk in the parade that wound through the urban forest, lighting the way as we counted down to the magical moment.

Mistress of Ceremonies, Cathy Kuzel, President of The Connected Woman Association kept things running smoothly and was joined by DNV Mayor Mike Little, North Vancouver-Seymour MLA Jane Thornthwaite and DNV Councillor Jordan Back when it came time to hit the big button to light up the Village.

A special thank you to Stefanie Donohoe for her dedication, tireless energy and incredible positive energy for making it all come together. We love you! (special mention to Jeff Donohoe for his patience and understanding!)

Our Winning Trees

The Best Tree Overall:  The Girl Guides

Honourable mentions to (2) North Shore Carpentry and Construction and (3) Saint Clement’s Church.

The Best School Tree: Ross Road Elementary 

To view pictures of the 2018 LVCA Parade of Trees click here to be taken to our Facebook photo album.

Thank you again to all our sponsors and volunteers. It takes a community to make events like this a success.

PS we’re already planning for next year! Let us know if you want us to save you a tree!


8th Annual Parade of Trees

We are busy preparing for our 8th Annual Parade of Trees!

For the past 8 years the Lynn Valley Community Association has worked to bring people, families, businesses and schools, places of worship, associations and organizations together at the Lynn Valley Village Christmas Parade of Trees which is now firmly established as a family favourite tradition. During the month of December this tradition sees Lynn Valley Village transformed into a magical forest of creatively decorated Christmas trees.

Sponsoring a tree is a perfect opportunity to promote your business or organization, and at the same time, support families in need and help to build a stronger community here in Lynn Valley.

We are asking you to renew your sponsorship or become a new sponsor. Why? $50 from every $250 tree sponsorship is donated to an organization or charity that helps fill a need in our community with remaining net proceeds going to support the continuing work of LVCA; such as the Speaker Series, trail improvement projects and community events. Plus, at the lighting ceremony, toys are collected for the Lynn Valley Legion Toy Drive. It’s all about community!

New for this year!  Want to make a bigger impact but not sure how? Upgrade your sponsorship to “You + One”!  This sponsorship includes two trees for $500 – one for yourself and one to be ‘gifted’ to a local elementary school or non-profit to decorate. As a thank-you for your generosity, your name and/or logo will be included on event marketing material including social media.

Want to pick your tree location? Be one of the first 25 to secure your tree spot with payment. First come, first served basis. Included with this letter is a registration form with payment instructions.

Trees decorating is Friday, November 31st & Saturday, December 1st, with the Grand Lighting Ceremony on December 2nd  at 4:30 pm.

For more information email info@lvca.ca or to sponsor a tree, complete the accompanying application form. Thank you! We truly appreciate your support and community spirit!


LVSS Bright Christmas – December 1st

On December 1st, Lynn Valley Services Society is having their much anticipated annual Bright Christmas. Gather in front of Mollie Nye House and at 7 pm Mayor Mike Little will lead the “Lighting of the House” ceremony.


This year, Juno award winning singer and member of the Farmer’s Daughter band, Angela Kelman, will be performing.



Attached, you will find a poster for this event. We would greatly appreciate if you could share the poster with your friends and family.

Click this image for the PDF ——>>>>>

All Candidates Meeting

Additional Candidate Questions and Responses

Thank you again to all of you who attended the All Candidates Meeting on October 9th, 2018.

Due to the large number of candidates, time was very short and questions had to be kept to a minimum. As promised, we forwarded unasked questions to the candidates to respond to. Here are the responses that we have received to date.

Please click on the PDF next to the candidates name to see their answers. It will open in a new window to allow you to download or print for your reference.

Council Candidates  (in alpha order)

Phil Dupasquier …. PDF

Betty Forbes ……….PDF

ZoAnn Morten …….PDF

Lisa Muri …………….PDF   

Peter Teevan ……….PDF

Mayoral Candidates (in alpha order)

Erez Barzilay ……….PDF