You receive your report card on Tuesday at 12:00 p.m.
Come to class at 12:00 as usual to pick up your report card. You can then talk with me toget advice, or to get some help making decisions. Your report cards are valid for one year from Tuesday's date. Please Note: the marks on the report card are Final. They will not be changed. rks are valid for one year from Tuesday. Please Note: the marks on the report card are FINAL. They will NOT be changed. If you want to have a [potluck lunch on Tuesday, let me know, either by email or by posting in the comment box below in the blog. Just click on comment box and an empty box will come up. You know my email address, but I I will give it to you again. email@example.com
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Friday, July 1st, 2011
Canada Day is Friday, July 1, 2011.
Spending Canada Day in Vancouver?
These top events are the way to spend it.
What: Granville Island's huge Canada Day celebration includes a Parade, a Truly Canadian Pancake Breakfast, an official Canada Day Ceremony, live jazz, performers, False Creek Ferry Ballet, and MELA!, a South Asian cultural extravaganza of song, traditional dance, Bollywood fashions, mouth-watering food, and more.
When: 8am - Midnight
Where: Granville Island
What: Canada Place hosts Downtown Vancouver's biggest Canada Day celebration with a street festival, live music concerts on four stages, and an annual Canada Day Parade. It also co-produces the Burrard Inlet Fireworks that are Number 5 on this list.
When: Street Festival: 10am - 6pm; Parade starts at 7pm
Where: Street Festival at Canada Place; Parade starts at the corner of Georgia Street & Broughton Street.
What: OK, this one is not actually in Vancouver....But it has to go on this list because Surrey's Canada Day celebration is both the biggest Canada Day event in western Canada and one of the biggest outdoor concerts in B.C. And it's all FREE! The Fruiticana Fireworks Spectacular follows the concert.
When: 10am - 10:30pm
Where: Cloverdale Millennium Amphitheatre, Surrey
What: Steveston, Richmond's historic fishing village, attracts over 70,000 visitors to its joint Canada Day and Steveston Salmon Festival. The festival includes a parade, craft shows, cultural events, and Steveston's famous salmon barbecue, where over 1200 pounds of wild salmon filets are grilled over open fire pits.
When: 6:30am - 5pm
Where: Steveston Village, Richmond
What: Cap off your Canada Day celebrations with this pyrotechnic extravaganza! Happening in Burrard Inlet, the 5th annual Fireworks Show will be visible from Downtown, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, and Vancouver's west side.
When: 10:30pm - 11pm
Where: Vancouver Downtown and West Side
Canada Day on Robson Mainstage features funk band Soulstream and Brazilian music and dance ensemble Ache Brasil, with street performers and family-friendly activities, showgirls and giveaways. Robson, betw. Burrard and Jervis, July 1, 12-6 pm, free, 604-669-8132.
Crab Park Canada Day Festival Features music on the beach by Blackberry Wood, Stingin' Hornets and Top Drawers. Crab Park, foot of Main, free, 1-4 pm, myspace.com/bandcouver.
North Shore Parade Begins with pancake breakfast, 8 am at Grand Boulevard Park at 14th Street with proceeds going to a local charity. Parade begin 10 am, proceeds to Lonsdale, and ends at Mahon Park; northshoreparade.org
North Vancouver Canada Day Celebration Highlights include music and dance performances, roaming entertainers, craft activities and food, including French cuisine. Waterfront Park, 200-block of W. Esplanade, N Van, 12:30-4:30 pm, free, 604-983-6575.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Celebrates Canada Day Features free cake, flags, children's activities and two-for-one admission for B.C. residents. Capilano Suspension Bridge, 3735 Capilano, N Van, 11 am-4 pm; cake cutting, 2 pm, 604-985-7474.