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  • Mar.22

    Disability Foundation Annual General Meeting

    The Disability Foundation 2019 Annual General Meeting is happening on Friday, March 22nd from 11am-5pm. Our affiliated Societies will be presenting how they have broadened the experiences of participants to re-imagine what is possible.

    The agenda will include highlights from the past year, the election of the 2019 Board of Directors and hear about exciting initiatives coming up in 2019!

    Time: March 22, 11:00am-5:00pm

    Location: Vancouver Public Library, 350 W Georgia St.

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    • Mar.23

      BCMOS Booth at Night Quest

      BCMOS will have a booth at this year’s Night Quest! Come say hi and see a Trail Rider first hand.

      Night Quest offers the magical experience of interacting with nature at night. Wander 2 km of lantern-lit trails and explore like owls, squirrels, coyotes and other nocturnal critters. Bring a flashlight or lantern and a mug for the cash-only concession. Trails are wheelchair and stroller accessible. Allow 1.5 hours to complete. This is a FREE drop-in event for all ages.

      Time: March 23, 7:00pm-9:30pm

      Location: Pacific Spirit Regional Park, 4915 West 16th Ave.

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      • Mar.24

        VAMS Mash-Up

        The Vancouver Adapted Music Society is pleased to present VAMS MASH UP at the Fairview Pub!

        The concert will include selections of Hip Hop, RnB, Rap, Blues, Soul, Folk and Rock music. This Sunday afternoon of great music is courtesy of VAMS artists Ryan Clarkson, Greg "Spokes" Labine, Simon Paradis, Danny Sloan, Dave Symington, and Graeme Wyman.

        Time: March 24, 4:00pm-8:00pm

        Location: Fairview Pub, 898 W Broadway

        Price: $5 cover

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        • Mar.26

          DIGA Workshop - Learn to Make a Kokedama

          Do you feel like you need more accessible indoor plants? Join us to learn how to make your very own Kokedama!

          A Kokedama is a ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an indoor ornamental plant grows. Get your hands in the dirt and leave with the confidence to easily do this at home on your own time with minimal resources. We welcome our teacher, Eyra Bojorquez Bordon of North Vancouver’s O.G. Gardens to guide us through this process. Refreshments will be served.

          Spaces are limited so please RSVP by emailing Steve Street: sstreet@disabilityfoundation.org

          Time: March 26, 2:00pm

          Location: Roundhouse Community Centre, Meeting Room 'B', 181 Roundhouse Mews

          Price: FREE

          EMAIL RSVP

          • Mar.28

            DSA Pre-Season Get Together

            Join us to learn more about the program, connect with your fellow DSA members and get ready for the upcoming season.

            Race club members and anyone interested in racing is welcome!

            For more information, email Stephen Hunter: shunter@disabilityfoundation.org

            Time: March 28, 6:00pm-8:00pm

            Location: GF Strong Rehab Centre, SSSR Room 189, 4255 Laurel St.

            EMAIL RSVP

            • Mar.29

              BCEdAccess Annual Conference - Advocacy: Equitable Access to Education

              BCEdAccess is presenting their 4th annual advocacy conference - a full two days of workshops for parents, guardians, self-advocates, and allies of students with disabilities and complex learners – and ConnecTra will be there!

              Come say hello and learn more about what ConnecTra can offer at their booth. The venue has on site accessible self-parking, and is generally physically accessible.

              Time: March 29, 8:30am-8:30pm - March 30, 8:30am-5:00pm

              Location: Civic Hotel, 13475 Central Ave., Surrey

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