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On April 25th, the Lynn Valley Community Association and Lynn Valley Seniors Association are working together on the 2020 Lynn Valley Park Project and we need YOU!
This year’s community project is in an area of Princess Park.
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.
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, as it could be muddy! if we are blessed with sunshine, remember the hats and sunscreen.
The Park Project will take place on:
• Saturday, April 25, 2020
• 9:00 am to Noon (come for all or part)
Coffee and goodies have been generously provided by Starbucks Coffee House in Lynn Valley
*You will need to bring your own water bottle.
PLEASE RSVP SO WE KNOW HOW MANY TO EXPECT.
Find us at our LVCA tent next to the LV LINK kiosk by the footbridge.
Any questions or for more information email: email@example.com or check out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/lynnvalleycommunityassociation/
Although it might seem early, a successful event requires a lot of work months in advance so we are busy preparing for our 2019 Annual Parade of Trees NOW.
For the past 9 years, the Lynn Valley Community Association has worked to bring people, families, businesses and schools, places of worship, associations and organizations together at the LVCA 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 and/or organization, and at the same time, support families in need and help to build a stronger community here in Lynn Valley.
Past sponsors of this event understand the value of participating. We would love to include you in the festivities and have you become a tree sponsor in 2019. Why? $50 from each sponsored tree will be donated to North Shore Disability Resource Centre’s Mobile Multi Sensory therapeutic van; the first in Canada; with remaining net proceeds going to support the continuing work of LVCA; such as the Speaker Series, trail improvement projects and community events. It’s all about community!
Back again 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.
Tree decorating is Friday, November 29th or Saturday, November 30th with the Grand Lighting Ceremony on December 1st.
Thank you! We truly appreciate your support and community spirit! If you require more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
A new cul de sac is being created in Lynn Valley Town Centre and the District of North Vancouver would like your help naming it!
The guidelines (no ‘Streetie McStreetface’ please 😃) can be found on their website. Bring your ‘A’ game, choose a name and then submit your suggestion to: http://ow.ly/JrIa50wRzpl. BEFORE NOVEMBER 4th,
Please take a moment to review the information on that page — including the street naming guidelines and policy. You can also download the PDF here: Naming Selection Criteria and Naming Procedures Policy
Hmmmm…. LVCA Place sounds about right! *smile*
If you are tired of the crowds at Lynn Canyon Park or on some of the other North Shore’s more popular trails, try the Lynn Valley LINK.
The first phase of the Lynn Valley LINK, a project initiated by the LVCA opened in September 2017. Phase 1 of the Lynn Valley LINK is a route that uses existing trails and streets that circumnavigate the neighbourhoods of Lynn Valley.
Work has commenced on the Phase 2 LINK routes and will be completed in a couple of months. You may see posts with the LV LINK logos and arrows to show the routes through Lynn Valley and connecting with the circumference sections of the LINK.
The final map showing the connecting LV LINK routes through Lynn Valley has been finalized and is now available on the LVCA website to download as a PDF. (see link at the bottom of this post)
Check out the 6th and final LV LINK kiosk that has just been installed at Pioneer Park in the heart of Lynn Valley at the corner of Mountain Highway and Lynn Valley Road. Each kiosk showcases the LV LINK Route Map and some interesting facts related to the history of Lynn Valley.
Watch for information in the next few months as these routes are improved and the Lynn Valley LINK logo and signage identifies these new connections to the existing Lynn Valley LINK.
All members of our community are welcome to attend ourContinue reading
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.Continue reading
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* Continue reading