The Farmers’ Market at Hastings Park is coming back this spring!
Every Sunday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
from March 8 – April 26, 2015
More info on their website here:
Spread the word! It is lovely to have a neighbourhood event with no entry fee in our community. Food trucks are also present so it is a great place for coffee and a snack.
If you are driving, apparently if you tell the parking attendant that you are going to the Farmers’ Market there may be no charge.
Check out the Light Water Drums Festival page for more information on the event and how you can get involved. The event is hosted by Hastings North Community Partners Group.
We encourage the Hastings-Sunrise community to check out these events coming up, put on by our friends at the Hastings Park Conservancy.
Vancouver Municipal Elections are coming up!
Come to the:
Wednesday, November 5th at 7:00 PM
HASTINGS COMMUNITY CENTRE
3096 E. Hastings St. (at Lillooet St)
(see attached poster)
Hosted by The Hastings Community Association
Something we have long wanted in our neighbourhood, now it’s here, at least for a little while! The market has good variety, including fresh produce, baking, meat, seafood and food trucks for snacking while you shop. Please come and support this market. We really want this to be a hit and return next year in the Spring time!
Sundays from 10:00am to 2:00 pm until November 30
at “Gate 2″ entrance, east side of Renfrew St (near Pandora St)
(see attached poster)
The attached information came to us via the Hastings Community Association Board. If you are a resident of the Hastings-Sunrise neighbourhood, you can make an appointment to book Access passes to Hastings Park during the Fair in August (note, these are not for admission to the PNE, these are passes to access the park space).
View the original post here on the Hastings Community Association Facebook page.
Check out this FREE community event on Sunday, June 22nd rain or shine. Join the Hastings Community Association and Hastings Park Conservancy for walk around the Sanctuary in Hastings Park and learn about local edible plants. Organized with grant funding from Hastings North Community Partners Group.
Wild Edible Plant Walk
Sunday, June 22nd
MEETING SPOT: 1:00 PM at the front entrance of the Hastings Community Centre (Lilloet Street and E. Hastings)