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Fred UnLEEshed - July 13, 2011

Fred UnLEEshed - July 13, 2011

Cycle BC hosts fundraiser to kick colon cancer in the butt

When Conrad Medve and his girlfriend, Tasha Noble, realized his step-dad since age two was coming up on five years cancer-free from colorectal cancer treatment, they decided that sitting idly by was not an option.

Co-ed classic

Vancouver's only recreational basketball tournament for co-ed teams tips off Saturday at David Lam Park. The second annual Vancity Co-Ed Classic will again be an exciting show of skill, talent and teamwork for Vancouver's hardwood ballers.

Filipino rhymes

Sing, rhyme and dance in the Filipino language and music at the Kensington branch library with children's librarian Erie Maestro and Babette Santos, performer and founder of the Kathara Dance Theatre Collective.

Ride with heart

The second annual Triple Crown for Heart, a charity cycling event benefiting B.C. Children's Hospital, takes place July 30. The ride offers a unique challenge because the route entails riding three North Shore mountains--Seymour, Grouse and Cypress.

Poet laureate wanted

The city would like to hear from poets interested in becoming Vancouver's third poet laureate.
Fred UnLEEshed - July 6, 2011

Fred UnLEEshed - July 6, 2011

New park approved

The park board has approved the development of a public park in front of the new development at 333 Main St., at the corner of Main and West 18th Avenue. The .

Jewish walking tour

Discover tales of life in the heart of the early Jewish community in Vancouver during a walking tour slated for July 10. A tour guide from the Jewish Museum and Archives of B.C.

Storytelling for Film

Accomplished documentary filmmaker Nettie Wild (FIX: The Story of an Addicted City) is offering a free workshop for youth aged 12 to 16 years on turning a story idea into a film, July 8. The emphasis will be on non-fiction narratives.