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August 21-24, 2014
Home to the first and largest Wooden Boat Festival in North America, and now a year-round destination and resource for wooden boat enthusiasts worldwide, the Wooden Boat Foundation is located at the Northwest Maritime Center adjacent to the entrance to Point Hudson marina (home of the Wooden Boat Festival) and in the heart of the historic and civic district of downtown Port Townsend. Marinas and boatyards, boatshops, expert craftspeople from sailmakers and riggers to woodworking and art are within walking distance in our waterfront community.
Hapa-Palooza: A Vancouver Celebration of Mixed-Roots Arts and Ideas is a new cultural festival that celebrates the city’s identity as a place of hybridity, synergy and acceptance. A vibrant fusion of music, dance, literary, artistic and film performances, Hapa-Palooza places prominence on celebrating and stimulating awareness of mixed-roots identity, especially amongst youth .
September 4-14, 2014
year the Fringe delivers an eclectic mix of theatrical offerings
The Vancouver Fringe Festival is Vancouver's premier theatre festival, dedicated to its mission of providing
"Theatre for Everyone". The 11-day Fringe Festival
draws crowds of over 35,000 each year and brings together
performers from local, national and international theatre
companies in traditional and non-traditional venues. Book your
and join the festival on and around Granville Island.
Parking is very limited so alternative transportation is a must! Also close to the Cruise Ship
Terry Fox Run