Attention lovers of West Coast Modern architecture: You are invited to an open house at the home of the iconic and innovative architect, Fred Hollingsworth, on Wednesday, October 24.
The West Vancouver Museum's 13th annual West Coast Modern Home Tour takes place on Saturday, July 14, 2018 from 12 to 4 pm. The tour will feature a selection of five unique mid-century and contemporary homes that exhibit the best of West Coast Modern design.
The Grunt Gallery and artists Jeremy and Sus Borsos present an exhibition on the restoration of the small 1920s building known as the Blue Cabin, a famous squatter shack located in the Maplewood Flats area of North Vancouver.
In conjunction with BC Heritage Week, West Vancouver's Ferry Building Gallery is hosting a special event on Friday, February 23, 2018.
On Thursday January 25, 2018 the Vancouver Historical Society will host a lecture by historian Daniel Francis on the history of the District of North Vancouver. All are welcome and entrance is by donation.
Vancouver Civic Theatres is organizing a special 1920s-themed event on November 24, 2017 to mark the Orpheum Theatre’s 90th anniversary. Join CBC radio host Bill Richardson and the VSO's Maestro Bramwell Tovey for an evening of celebration, silent film, and live vaudeville in a tribute to this National Historic Site.
West Vancouver Historical Society is pleased to invite you to a talk by heritage advocate Donald Luxton on "West Vancouver History and Heritage: Past, Present & into the Future."
Major Rush House Developments Ltd. is holding a Public Information Meeting on November 8, 2017 to review its development proposal for the property located on the south-west corner of 12th Street and Jefferson Avenue in West Vancouver.
West Vancouver's director of planning & development, Jim Bailey, and manager of community planning & sustainability, David Hawkins, will take part in a Q & A at the West Vancouver Community Centre on Thursday September 14, from 1:30pm to 3:00pm.
The North Shore Heritage Preservation Society invites you to an evening with Sir Henry Fraser.
Senator Professor Emeritus Sir Henry Fraser, K.A. BSc. MBBS, PhD, FACP, FRCP was born in Barbados. In addition to his career in medicine, Sir Henry is an honored heritage preservationist, writer, artist, and TED speaker. He will speak on his experiences fighting for the retention of the Barbados and Caribbean communities’ built heritage…. from prominent landmarks to humble cabins.
The presentation is free to the public, but space might be limited. If you wish to reserve, please call 604 926 6096.
What: An evening with Sir Henry Fraser
When: Thursday May 11, 2017 7:00-9:00 pm.
Where: The Silk Purse, 1570 Argyle Ave., West Vancouver
7:00 Tea and Coffee