Get on the bus! Girls Gone Wilderness Sunset Adventure

Girls Gone Wilderness Sunset Adventure June 19th, 2015. Get on the bus and join in the fun. The Girls Gone Wilderness adventure party will feature a PARTY BUS ride from Vancouver to an epic sea to sky location, plus a surprise hiking or trail running adventure, with entertainment along the way, hidden treasures, snacks by Vega and treats, and pick up and drop off for you to and from Vancouver in our party bus. Arrive between 6:00 and 6:30pm to have your hot, pre-adventure pizza, the bus will leave no later than 6:30pm! Meet out front of Bomber Brewing Vancouver (1488 Adanac Street) to join the party bus to our surprise adventure location, within 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver. After our adventure, we’ll drop everyone, conveniently, back at our fave Bomber Brewing after the adventure around 11:00pm! For more details and to purchase tickets click HERE! $20 for TWO PEOPLE! Of course, men are welcome to join too, but they need to bring a rad woman with them! ...

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WIN Tickets to FEATCanada

FEATCanada Talks March 7, Rio Theatre Doors at 6:30pm Show at 7:3opm FEATCanada 2014 Fascinating Expedition and Adventure Talks is quickly approaching and this year’s speakers are stronger than ever. With MEC as the new title sponsor, the event will sell out fast. Adam Campbell, Tiffany Melius, Chad Sayers….to name a few of the very special speakers taking the stage this year. WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS! Simply visit the FEATCanada speaker page http://www.featcanada.ca/category/news/ and share in the comment section below which speaker you are most stoked for this year. A winner will be randomly drawn on March 3 and awarded a pair of tickets for the show on March 7.     ...

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MAINSTREAM- LAST FIRST EVENT REVIEW

Mahony & Sons presents Mainstream- Last First Rowing the Northwest Passage EVENT REVIEW Can global warming, Gortex, and the GPS be thanked for the much improved success rate of present day explorers? Circa 1845 Captain Sir John Franklin only needed wool gloves, 5o pounds of chocolate and a ship to embark on his doomed arctic expedition to the Northwest Passage.  Thanks to modern day gear, corporate funding and role models like the four men from MAINSTREAM Last First, today’s explorers have higher hopes for success. Packing a full house at Centennial Theatre, the Vancouver area audience shared in the adventures, tales and video footage from what could have been another ill-fated journey through arctic waters.  Hosted by team members Paul Gleeson, Kevin Vallely and Denis Barnett (Frank Wolf was absent), the audience savoured a taste of their icy mission first hand. Fifty grand in and already mentally invested, they mapped out a plan to conquer the Northwest Passage by rowboat, knowing they may never come home alive.  After almost sixty sponsorship... ...

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