Although it might seem early, a successful event requires a lot of work months in advance so we have been busy preparing for our 2023 Annual Parade of Trees and now it’s YOUR turn!Continue reading
There’s still a chance to have your creation in books around Lynn Valley!
Create a bookmark with what you love the most about Lynn Valley.
Use crayons, paint, pastels and your imagination!
Winning designs will be distributed at the library.
How to enter:
- Bookmark design should be 21x9cm in dimension (8×3.5 inches)
- Scan and email your entry to email@example.com or
- Put it in an envelope and drop it off at 3171 Mountain Highway on or before OCTOBER 1ST, 2023
Remember to include your name, age, and a way to reach you.
CONTEST CLOSES 5PM SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1ST, 2023.
By submitting your entry you agree to have your design reproduced, shared and distributed for all to enjoy!
The annual Great Neighbourhood Garage Sale is back! Two days of bargain hunting May 27 & 28, 9:30AM – noon (although you’re welcome to start earlier and end later!) – and a garage is not necessary to participate!
The team at LynnValleyLife is putting together the ultimate map for bargain hunters. If you are thinking spring garage sale – this is the weekend to do it! LynnValleyLife will gather participant addresses and distribute the map on social media and by email. They will even have some signs you can print off to direct buyers to your block.
No garages need – there’s a parking lot sale
Not everyone has a garage, so LynnValleyLife has partnered with St. Clements Anglican Church (3400 Institute Road) to offer their parking lot for the morning of Saturday, May 28th – to bring a table or use your trunk to sell your items. To sign up for a parking lot spot at the church, please email firstname.lastname@example.org To register your address, visit the SIGN UP form.
Artists and Makers are welcome!
Increased neighbourhood traffic might also be an opportunity for crafters or makers to show their wares. If you want to open your driveway or garage to show your handiwork – you too can sign up with your ‘garage’ address or for a parking lot spot. You will be added to the map!
Are you a Senior? Love art? Love meeting new people?
Meet Me at The Gallery is a daytime art program at The Polygon Gallery dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors in our community with monthly get-togethers inspired by the gallery’s current exhibitions.
Visitors are invited to drop-in on the first Wednesday of every month at 10:00 am to make new connections with art, and each other! A different activity will greet visitors every month, with social time to follow.
For more info and registration visit: https://thepolygon.ca/event/meet-me-at-the-gallery/
With the last ornament packed away. lights wrapped, carpets rolled up and the stands and sand bags tucked away for another year, we finally get down to the challenging task of counting the ballots and announcing a winner for Best Overall Tree.
The Parade of Trees once again extended onto the plaza at Lynn Valley Centre, so there were multiple places that collected votes.
It took a bit of time to gather everything and tally up.
We know you’ve been eagerly awaiting the results so without further ado, here they are . . . *drumroll please*Continue reading
December 4th from 4:00-5:00PM in Lynn Valley Village
We are so excited to once again kick off this fabulous event with our outdoor lighting ceremony in the Village! We’ve missed it these past couple years so it’s really wonderful to have it back.
Join us at the lighting ceremony for the Parade of Trees on December 4th from 4 – 5 pm, with the lighting at 4:45 pm, with Mayor Mike Little and MLA Susie Chant.
There will be face painting, balloon twisting, a scavenger hunt for the kid and musical entertainment from the Black Bear Band.
NVRC’s Lantern parade will be at 4:25 pm.
The event is outdoor only and put on with support from North Vancouver Recreation & Culture, Lynn Valley Village, Lynn Valley Centre, Twin Lions Contracting Ltd., Rona, North Vancouver District and the The Great Canadian Landscaping Company Ltd.
Proceeds from this year’s Parade of Trees will go to the Harvest Project.
BECOME A SPONSOR! (there’s still time! Click here and scroll down the page to the registration link)
Sponsoring a tree is a perfect opportunity to promote your business and/or organization, and at the same time, build a stronger community here in Lynn Valley.
It’s been challenging these last couple of years, but with the help of volunteers, some creative thinking and the support from our community, we were able to install eighty (yes, 80!) decorated Christmas trees for a sell-out Annual Parade of Trees for both 2020 and 2021. We’re planning to sell out again this year!
Psssst! And our Tree Lighting Ceremony is back as well!
It’s a new year and we’re working to make it as special as always.
Lynn Valley Village and the Lynn Valley Centre Plaza will once again be transformed into an illuminated forest of beautifully decorated trees adding that touch of Christmas spirit.
We are very grateful to all the businesses, clubs, churches, organizations, families, individuals and schools who continue to support this event and bring a little magic to our community each year.
Do you have your tree?
We’ll be posting the tree sponsors here and on our Facebook page. Stay tuned!
We’re looking for members in our community who have an hour or two to give in helping setup and take down. If this is you, or you’d like more information, contact us at email@example.com with the subject line “Tree Volunteer”
For more information Click here for all the details!
Join local author Roxanne Davies as she talks about her new book, The Blue Riviera.
*Copies of the book will be available to buy (cash only), with the proceeds going to charities helping Ukrainian refugees.
Roxanne says “The Blue Riviera: A Daughter’s Investigation is the narrative nonfiction story of Sally Tomiuk, my mother, the hero of her own story, looked at through the prism of my emotions. Sally died young under mysterious circumstances when I, her only child, was eight. The events in my book have taken me sixty years to experience and two years to write. This is also the story of a Ukrainian-Canadian immigrant— a story of hard work, illness, love, and betrayal. What happens to an immigrant family when their dreams turn into a nightmare? My book will appeal to those interested in the Canadian immigrant experience, Montreal in the 1950s, and family relationships.”
Roxanne is a graduate of Concordia University, where she earned a BA in History and Literature. She comes from a family of entrepreneurs. Her family opened one of Montreal’s first health food stores in 1965. Her first paid job was sorting okra in Florida as 12-year-old. She has worked as a newspaper reporter, art gallery manager, health researcher, adult education program manager and marketing consultant. She loves reading biographies and seems to have found her niche writing memoirs. THE BLUE RIVIERA, a Daughter’s Investigation is her fourth book.
Drop-in spaces may also be available. Call 604-984-0286, ext. 8144 for more information.
It’s important that you have as much information as possible when it comes time to vote.
We’ve posted the links to three recordings of ACMs that recently took place. Take a moment, grab a cup of coffee and maybe the neighbours and watch the videos. Your vote is your voice so make it heard on October 15th.
These recordings are not professionally produced – they were taken by volunteers and members of each of the communities so please keep that in mind when viewing.
*we apologize to incumbent, Trey Bell that during the the transition to the second part of the LVCA ACM recording, the opening statement was not recorded.
In chronological order:
Seymour, October 4th
Lynn Valley, October 5th
Edgemont, October 7th
POSTPONED. CHECK BACK FOR NEW DATES!
Lynn Valley Community Association Speaker Series – March 31, 2022: Block Watch- POSTPONED
LVCA hosts Sgt. Kevin Bracewell for an informal Q&A session on Neighbourhood AwarenessContinue reading