TRAIN OF THOUGHT

Roundhouse Society’s 2022/2023 AGM

Every year, the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Society takes stock of the previous year’s activities and accomplishments, and reports to its membership. Join us for the Roundhouse’s AGM on Wednesday, November 15 at 7pm via Zoom. It’s free to attend

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

And after I was taken there, they took off my clothes and then they deloused me. I didn’t know what was happening, but I learned about it later, that they were delousing me; ‘the dirty, no-good-for-nothing savages, lousy.’ – Campbell

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Fly Your Pride Flag High!

On Sunday, August 6, this year’s Pride Parade marches past the Roundhouse on it’s new route. It starts at English Bay and winds its way along Pacific Boulevard to just past BC Place. Check out Pride Vancouver’s website for full

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Closed for Canada Day

The Roundhouse is closed for Canada Day, Saturday, July 1. We re-open on Sunday, July 2 with regular hours (9am-5pm) and programming. We are open on Monday, July 3 with our regular hours (9am-10pm) and programming. Learn more about the

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Announcing our Reconciliation Resources Page

There are many paths to Truth and Reconciliation. At the Roundhouse, we are always looking for ways to be better allies to Indigenous Peoples in our reconciliation work. For instance, we start all meetings with a land acknowledgement. This is

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Three illustrations on a white background: an eagle representing First Nations, a narwhal representing Inuit, and a violin representing Métis. These illustrations are placed around the date "June 21" and surrounded by multi-coloured smoke that represents Indigenous traditions, spirituality, inclusion and diversity. English text: National Indigenous Peoples Day June 21 #NIPD2023

National Indigenous Peoples Day 2023

Summer solstice is when the sun is at its furthest distance from the earth, yet it warms us for the longest time during the year with its life affirming light. This day has deep social, cultural and societal importance the

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Closed for Victoria Day

The Roundhouse will be closed for Victoria Day: Monday, May 22, opening on Tuesday, May 23 at 9am. We hope that you’ll be able to spend time with people close to you on a lovely, spring day.

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Salmon Run Anthology

Salmon Run is a powerful and provocative collection of comic arts. Each artist explores themes both personal and political, rooted in a West Coast Indigenous perspective. Starting with the eponymous masthead by Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, notable for his Indigenous manga

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How to Register

Registering for a program is as simple as:

  1. Create your Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation account.
  2. Click the ‘Register Now’ button in the Roundhouse Program you want to register for. This will take you to the program page on the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation website.
  3. Complete your registration, including payment.

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