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Summer Community Clean-Up Dates

Removing debris and unwanted graffiti not only makes the neighbourhood cleaner, it also makes it safer. Research has shown that systematic removal of garbage and…

National Indigenous Day

National Indigenous Day Thursday, June 21 9-11 am at Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre (1607 East Hastings Street, Vancouver) 12-5 pm at Trout Lake (3350 Victoria…

BETAMAX GALLERY

Betamax Gallery is hosting it’s inaugural art exhibition, STORYLINES, paintings by Johnny Taylor, a Vancouver-based contemporary abstract painter, June 8 – July 12. The public is…

Piano On The Street 2018

Come on down and play us a little something, the piano has no wrong keys. (more…)

Meet Ross and the Team from Mac-Talla Cycles

Meet Ross and his team, our next door neighbours at Mac-Talla Cycles located at 2626 East Hastings Street. Ross is originally from Europe, but has…

Giveaway Includes Signed Cookbook by Nigella Lawson

A couple of weeks ago Nigella Lawson was in the city promoting her new cookbook: AT MY TABLE; A celebration of home cooking, and guess…

Most Successful Shredding & Electronic Recycling Day Yet!

What a great turn out! (more…)

Bike to School Week 2018: May 28 – June 1

Bike to School Week is a free, fun, week-long celebration for students of all ages and abilities. The event is a great way to enhance…

Celebrating the Stars of Vancouver: East Side

Congratulations to everyone who won in the Vancouver Courier Stars of Vancouver awards.  (more…)

Project Empty Bowl 2018

Since its inception in the early 1990’s Project Empty Bowl has fed thousands of individuals with HIV/AIDS locally and tens of thousands globally. (more…)

Child Find Drop-in at the Hastings Sunrise CPC

Protect your child – drop into the free Child Find ID Clinic at the Hastings Sunrise Community Policing Centre office, 2620 E. Hastings St., any Saturday…

Gift Card Fundraising Program | VOKRA

There’s an easy way to help homeless cats and kittens in the Lower Mainland and it won’t cost you any additional time or money. (more…)

BC Distilled Audience Favourite Whisky Award Goes to Odd Society Spirits

BC Distilled’s spirits aficionados choose province’s top artisanal liquors (more…)

Parallel 49 Brewing Company Wins Best Beer Experience

Where Vancouver Congratulates Winners of 22nd Annual Where to Dine Awards (more…)

Document Shredding and Electronic Recycling Day May 5th, 2018

Feel safe about disposing of all your paper! (more…)

FREE Steering Wheel Locks!

The Vancouver Police Department and its partners have launched an initiative to help prevent older vehicles from being stolen. Do you need a steering wheel…

Record Store Day! April 21st

DYK it was Record Store Day on April 21st?! We’ve got Red Cat Records in the neighbourhood and they’re waiting for you. (more…)

Sign Up NOW for Sunrise Summer Kick Off Street Hockey!

Our Sunrise Summer Kickoff is coming up in the summer and we have our sign up for the Street Hockey ready! Find the link below…

Spring Information Sessions @ HSCPC

Come join us on one of the following Information Session dates to learn more about volunteering at the Hastings Sunrise Community Policing Centre. (more…)

I Spy With My Little Pie a Brand New Shoppe

As some of you may have known The Pie Shoppe has been closed lately due to a fire above their store creating a lot of…

Gourmet Warehouse Annual Chocolate Challenge 2018

Six of BC’s finest chocolatiers will be working alongside their top protégés to bring you some unique and delicious bonbons. Judged by some of the…

Spring Community Clean-Up Dates

Removing debris and unwanted graffiti not only makes the neighbourhood cleaner, it also makes it safer. Research has shown that systematic removal of garbage and…

Grindhouse Athletics Opens Up in The East Village

Get ready to tear down obstacles of the mind and body. At Grindhouse, they believe that getting yourself back to work means setting your own…

LOG IT OR LOSE lT

This campaign encourages citizens and business owners to record their property in a manner that will help the police return the item to its rightful…