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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Interior of the Roundhouse: the entrance to the mezzanine level at the top of the stairs is framed by Indigenous artwork on the wall

Framing History

xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) artists in the Roundhouse Artists: Jordan Gallie, Debra Sparrow, and Xuuyaah (1951-2019)Curator: Kamala Todd Framing History is about recognizing the deep histories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, and səlilwətaɬ people, and supporting artists from

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Youth Programs for Winter 2023

Check out all the awesome programs for youth from January 3 – March 31. Pre-Teen (10-12 yrs old) & Youth (13-18yrs old). Programs with ** require registration. Find out more on Instagram @roundhouseccyouth, or or call 604-713-1800 ext 1. You can also

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Roundhouse Winter Break Hours

The Roundhouse turns down the activities over the winter break, however, the building will be open for washroom access. Our front desk will not be open, and regular community centre functions will not be available. Sat Dec 24 | 9am-4:45pm

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Four people bundled in heavy parkas walk through driving snow on a city street.

Warming Shelters in Vancouver

After a late fall, winter has arrived with a flurry, and with that, the temperatures have dropped enough to open the warming shelters in Vancouver. An Extreme Weather Alert was issued for the municipality of Vancouver on November 25, 2022.

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A metal sculpture of two Indigenous warriors sitting atop a bear, a wolf and an elk, with an eagle sitting above all of them, image cropped from the top of the legs up.

Indigenous Veterans Day and Remembrance Day

The Roundhouse is closed for Remembrance Day, Friday, November 11. At 11am, please take a moment in silence to remember and honour those who have served our country, many of whom lost their lives doing so.  Vancouver Indigenous ceremony on

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Illustration in three panels. The left panel shows and arrow pointing down and a human figure dropped to the floor by a table with the word DROP! underneath. The middle panel shows and arrow pointing under the table and a human figure under it covering their head with their hands with the word COVER! underneath. The right panel shows a human figure under a table holding onto a table leg with the words HOLD ON! underneath.

The Great Shake Out!

If you’ve lived in BC for even a short while, someone will inform you that the province is overdue for The Big One at any time. Every year, thousands of small earthquakes rattle our land, some even making the cupboards

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Closed for Thanksgiving Day

The Roundhouse will be closed for Thanksgiving Day: Monday, October 10, opening on Tuesday, October 11 at 9am. We hope that you’ll be able to spend some time with your family, chosen family, or dear friends sharing good food and

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Illustration of five women stepping in and around large letters that spell vote. From the left: in front of the V, two white women hold each other around the waist, a black woman steps through the O speaking into a bullhorn, a brown woman wearing a hijab stands with hands on hips in front of the T, one white woman stands with a leg propped on the bottom of the E.

Roundhouse is a Voting Place!

September has left the building and October brings with it turning leaves and civic elections. If you haven’t already seen the lawn signs and other hallmarks of local, political campaigning, it all comes to a head on Saturday, October 15.

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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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Please login when prompted during program registration.