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New Indigenous artist-created murals and other 2-D artworks are appearing around Vancouver this summer.Chosen by a selection panel, works will contemplate the city, its defining features, and their relationship to significant cultural sites.• Concord Pacific Place, False Creek • July 8 and July 9 • Free Harrison Festival of the Arts Enjoy festival activities set against the magnificent mountains and sandy beaches of Harrison Lake.This family-friendly event features music from all corners of the globe, as well as visual and literary arts, theatre, a large waterfront art market, workshops and a special day for children. and Louise Burns; plus children’s entertainers; a yoga class; fashions shows, fitness classes; cooking demonstrations; 50 food trucks; games and shopping., Dragonette, Madeline Merlo and The Matinee; plus a multi-community fireworks show (July 1), a pancake breakfast (July 2) and the Canada150 parade through downtown Vancouver (July 2). Presented as part of Canada Place’s Canada 150 celebrations, the parade is part of a two-day series of events celebrating Canada’s 150th.
Highlights include five performance stages featuring Sam Roberts, Fefe Dobson, Emerson Drive, Hey Ocean!on Fireworks Nights) • 1-877-840-0457Whistler Children’s Festival This long-running July event brings hands-on art workshops, crafts, theatre, multi-media, dance, music and magical performances to Whistler Olympic Plaza.• July 7-9Carnaval del Sol The largest Latin festival in the Pacific Northwest, features Vancouver’s best Latin music, dancing, food and fiesta atmosphere.The brainchild of former international model Joleen Mitten, the shows will feature the super-stars and emerging artists of Indigenous fashion design and modelling. C., the walk was originally conceived as a healing tool among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians, in light of the legacy of Indian residential schools.• Larwill Park & Queen Elizabeth Theatre Lobby • July 26-29, 5-8 p.m. As you make your way along the 3-4 km route, experience first-hand the healing and transformational power of ‘Namwayut — We Are All One, which will guide the journey of moving forward together.