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June 6, 2015 at 10:50 AM

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100-in-1... just one (hundred) of the many things to do today!

100-in-1... just one (hundred) of the many things to do today!

Looking for some fun and engaging public-space related things to do today? There’s lots and lots to do – from farmers markets to beach picnics to – yes – a chance to explore our civic landfill.

We’ve picked four of our favourites.

100-in-One Day

How many urban interventions can you fit into 24 hours? Our good friends at Evergreen are behind an event called 100 in 1 Day, a cross-country initiative aimed at enlivening urban spaces. The city is host to dozens of public space activations, some small, some large, and all of them citizen-driven. There are walking tours, art installations, urban nature adventures and so much more. There is a lot going on, so be sure to check it out.

:: More information – 100-in-1 Day website

Keys to the Street Fundraiser

Our good friends at Red Cat Records are hosting a saloon style fundraiser for the Keys to the Streets program. Do you love the public pianos program as much as we do? If so, this is the event for you. Join local artists as they tinkle the ivories, and lend your support to this fantastic placemaking initiative.

:: Info and Tickets

Heart of Davie / Jim Deva Plaza – Consultation

The City of Vancouver will be holding a consultation on the preferred concept of the new plaza and public space improvements at Davie and Bute. Drop by between 11:00am and 2:00pm and share your feedback on this important initiative.

:: More information – City of Vancouver Heart of Davie webpage

Burrard Bridge & Pacific Street Intersection – Open House

The City is looking at redesigning this high-volume intersection to make it safer for all modes of transportation. Drop-by anytime during the event to meet the project team, give feedback about the proposal, and ask questions.

Event takes place 10am-2pm at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews.

:: For more information, or to provide your feedback online – City of Vancouver webpage

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