Summer is almost over but that does not mean that there is nothing to do in the Lower Mainland. There are plenty of activities around and Royal Limo Vancouver is ready to take you wherever you wish.
Even though school has started, there are many outdoor events for the entire family.
Staring this Monday is the Vancouver Fringe festival, an annual festival of the performing arts being held on Granville Island and other places around the Lower Mainland. This 11-day event will feature a wide range of theatrical works. The shows are reasonably priced and if lucky you may also get to be part of the show. Do show up early as hundreds show up every day.
Also starting September is the Vancouver Titanic Exhibition which will feature artifacts from the famous ship disaster. The event will take place at Lipont Place in Richmond. The exhibition will feature authentic artifacts, photographs, paintings and reconstructed scenes from the ship’s fateful voyage. For all history buffs, this is a very informative event. The one major problem with Lipont place in Richmond is the shortage of parking. There are only a few hundred parking spots available and if you come late, chances are you will be searching for a place to park for a long time. To avoid the parking hassles, book your trip with Royal Limos Service Vancouver.
Also in September is the Brahm's Tams Drum circle taking place at Stanley Park’s Third Beach. This free event attracts thousands of people from all over the Lower Mainland. What you will get to see is thousands of drumming fans who like to listen to music. Each session starts in the late afternoon and is in full swing by the evening. Rest assured there is usually no parking. So to get to this exciting free event, just book your ride with Royal Limo Vancouver and arrive in style.
The bard on the Beach festival runs at Vancouver’s Vanier park will the end of September. This event which takes place in an outdoor tend offers some of the best Shakespearean productions each year. Besides the play, there are also other events that also take place including an evening choir, Bard B& Q, and celebration of the light festival. If you want to be comfortable, bring along a blanket or a cushion for padding. Parking is always in short supply.