[GIVEAWAY] Fright Nights returns to Playland

Fright Nights 2017

This Friday, BC's most terrifying Halloween event, Fright Nights returns to Playland! Running October 6 - October 31, Fright Nights is back with an all new haunted house, The Bloodshed, that promises to be the goriest yet! Five additional rides, live shows, and a variety of haunted houses 2017 is set to be bloodier and spookier than ever before! Halloween has always been … [Read more...]

The hills are alive with The Sound Of Music

Sound of Music

The Sound of Music is a beloved classic in the world of theatrical productions. You can catch the show on tour with BAC Touring in Vancouver until September 17th at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, before it travels West to Edmonton and Calgary. As a child, I grew up listening and singing along to the Tony®, Grammy® and Academy Award®–winning Best Score, including the songs “My … [Read more...]

5 tips for road tripping with kids

5 tips for road tripping with kids

Disclaimer: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CanadianTire, #QuakerState #CollectiveBias Road tripping with kids is a touch different than road tripping sans kids. I have fond memories of my parents loading my brother and I into the back of my dad’s Buick Grand National each summer bound for the Okanagan. … [Read more...]

10 Family Friendly ways to save at the Fair at the PNE!

10 Family Friendly ways to save at the Fair at the PNE

Growing up in North Vancouver, the rides at the PNE were always a natural part of the skyline looking into Vancouver. It was a family tradition, likely until my teenage years when it was no longer cool to be seen in public with my parents, to attend the Fair each year. My Dad and I often rode the rides together while my mom browsed the Expo and the PNE coveted prize home. And … [Read more...]

Teaching through tech – Why you’ll find my kid behind a screen this summer

Kids Computer Camp

This past fall, I was playing softball on a particularly gross and dreary day. Not wanting to leave the comfort of the warm car equipped with heat, music and various tech devices, the kids pleaded with me to let them stay in the vehicle. With the car only steps away from the dugout, I obliged. It wasn't until months later while scrolling through my camera roll that I … [Read more...]