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Vancouver Spring Social: Your voice in our Park Network

Vancouver Network
Hosted: mars 29, 2023

Park People is excited to host our first network-wide event in Vancouver on Wednesday, March 29, 2023, from 4:30 to 7:30 pm at Creekside Community Centre. 

All are welcome! Whether you’re already an active part of our Vancouver park network or connecting with us for the first time, we want to hear about your unique park experiences.

Celebrate the start of spring and join us for a free and fun evening of sharing food, drinks, art, and stories. Connect with community leaders and park lovers from across the city as we work together to improve Vancouver’s park systems,  and get the skills you need to advocate for and improve your neighbourhood park.

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Meet us at 4:30 pm at Creekside Community Centre to enjoy a delicious dinner, engage in fun activities, and connect with Park People and some of our partners. 


  • Enjoy some snacks while mingling with other city park enthusiasts including community members/groups, folks from the Vancouver Parks Board, and park organizations.
  • Join one of our conversation circles facilitated by wonderful partners like CityHive and Sher Vancouver to hear and share your perspectives.
  • Add your greenspace hopes, thoughts, and concerns to prompts posted around the room.
  • Check out the Park People tent to learn about what we do and how we can collaborate or support your work!

5:30 | REMARKS

Park People will give some quick remarks 


Enjoy a meal over conversation about your inspiring work, ideas, and visions for the future of your urban parks.


Attendance is free, all you need to do is register!


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About Park People

Parks are essential health, environmental and social infrastructure for cities. At a time when we need to radically reimagine how we live in cities, Park People advances parks as essential spaces to connect people to each other and the rest of nature. Established in 2002, Park People supports and connects Canada’s city park changemakers across cities and sectors, influences decision makers to invest in city parks as essential urban infrastructure and amplifies the programs, practices and policies to galvanize Canadians to recognize parks as unique sites of opportunity for cities.

Funded by the Hilary and Galen Weston Foundation and