We thank our sponsors for their generous donations and with their financial contributions. Without their help we would not be available to provide so many pianos each year!
For generations, Pacey’s Pianos has been dedicated to the ideal and tradition of delivering the finest pianos in the world to Vancouver, British Columbia. As a family business, the Pacey’s have indeed adapted with the times of an ever-changing industry, but remain steadfast in their commitment to unsurpassed customer service and quality control.
City of North Vancouver
The City of North Vancouver’s vision is to be a vibrant, diverse and highly liveable community that strives to balance the social, economic and environmental needs of our community. Born and shaped by our rich history, diverse culture and natural environment, we are a community with a long-term vision for the future and brimming potential. Our residents and businesses make us unique and we take pride in being a welcoming host, inspiring example and inviting home to people of all ages, backgrounds and interests.
North Vancouver Recreation and Culture
The North Vancouver Recreation and Culture Commission is dedicated to creating a welcoming and safe environment where everyone can participate in a wide range of recreational opportunities regardless of age, ability, background and economic status. We know recreation is vital to the overall health, wellness and spirit of our community. That’s why we strive to connect people to each other and to their community in a positive way.
City of Richmond
Richmond has been experiencing growth and change with remarkable speed, transforming from a rural, local community to an international city with a balance of urban, sub-urban family, and rural areas. The continuing development of the City’s downtown core and waterfront areas, and the recently completed construction of the Canada Line rapid transit system as well as the legacy of the Richmond Olympic Oval ensures that Richmond’s transformation is ongoing.
City of Surrey
Over 6000 acres of parkland and green space gives Surrey a special feeling. But, Surrey provides much more to residents, businesses and visitors alike. Surrey offers many things to do, like the arts and culture in our galleries, events and festivals and leisure activities. Make your things to do in Surrey list and get ready to stay here and play everywhere.
VanDeca is a fully auditioned musically eclectic vocal ensemble that celebrates the strengths of its members. We perform multi-genre material from a broad range of composers and arrangers.
The East Village Hastings North BIA
The HNBIA serves approximately 710 members with the area bounded by Renfrew Street, Hastings Street, Clark Drive, Pender Street, Powell Street and Semlin Drive. It was formed in 2001 as a reincarnation of the Hastings Chamber of Commerce. The HNBIA’s mandate is to maintain and enhance the commercial and light industrial zones as safe, economically viable places to work, shop, live and have fun through cooperative, innovative programs and promotions.
Lonsdale Quay Market
Relax and enjoy Vancouver’s best view from the North Shore’s waterfront Market & shops. With over 80 specialty shops and services, Lonsdale Quay Market and Shops is the premier destination at the gateway to the North Shore. Featuring a fresh food Market with local products, an international food court, specialty shops featuring local designers, kids shops & play area, restaurants & a boutique hotel, your visit at the Market is sure to be an unforgettable experience!
Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver
The mission of the Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver is to provide leadership in cultural, recreational, educational and social activities, enabling individuals and families to achieve and enhance a positive identification with Jewish life and Israel, and to develop good citizenship and a sense of community.
City of Maple Ridge
Nestled between the Fraser River and the iconic Golden Ears Mountain to the north, Maple Ridge is a great destination for an active lifestyle. Whether your preferred mode of travel is by foot, bike, horseback, canoe or kayak, our community is the place where people can unwind and enjoy the best of what nature has to offer, with a sophisticated urban setting close by.
Cloverdale Paint has had a special relationship with its customers ever since the company was founded in 1933. That relationship was built on a commitment to exceptional quality in manufactured coatings and superior customer service. Company co-founder Rudy Henke built our reputation offering low prices using a “Factory direct to you” philosophy. From humble beginnings on a farm near Cloverdale, BC, we’ve grown into one of North America’s largest regional manufacturers and sellers of paint products and coatings.
Mount Pleasant Business Improvement Area
Our mandate for the Mount Pleasant Business Improvement Area (MPBIA) is simple: create an enhanced business environment that provides assistance for our members and their relatable needs and concerns. Since our establishment in 1989, we have become the second oldest BIA in Vancouver. Founded by a group of like-minded business owners, the BIA has always been an important collective that both improves and benefits the business community in achieving its goals. The BIA’s ability to effectively organize and finance the improvement area over the past 27 years has become a crucial support system for Mount Pleasant’s individual businesses.
City of Port Moody
Situated at the end of the scenic Barnet Highway, Port Moody is just 30 minutes by car from downtown Vancouver and only 45 minutes away from Vancouver International Airport & Abbotsford International Airport. Getting here is easy. Enjoy all the attractions and excitement of the big city while staying in the peaceful intimate surroundings of our unique waterfront community.
City of Port Coquitlam
British Columbia municipalities were first formed in the late 1800s when residents saw the need for their growing communities to have the benefit of locally provided and locally controlled services. The City of Port Coquitlam was incorporated as a municipality in 1913 and City Hall constructed in 1914. Since that time the City has seen significant growth with a population now exceeding 57,000.
Downtown Maple Ridge BIA
Maple Ridge is often called the best kept secret in the Lower Mainland. Given our quiet modesty of the past, that’s hardly a surprise — despite the 75,000 people who call our town home and the visitors who, by the scores, flock to our region each year to take in exciting events and delight in our natural abundance.
411 Seniors Centre Society
The 411 Seniors Centre is an inclusive, versatile and dynamic drop-in centre for older adults. We provide tools, services, programs and activities that enable low income seniors to live independent lives and thrive in our community. Through our organizational governance and volunteer constitution we provide opportunities for seniors to take a leadership role.
UBC centre community engaged learning
We collaborate with students, staff, faculty and community partners to work through complex community-based issues, both locally and internationally. Our programs place students in community settings (non-profits and inner city schools) either as a required part of an academic course, or through voluntary co-curricular placements like Trek, Reading Week and International Service Learning for a hands-on, immersive experience.
We are the urban planners, designers, engineers, public consultation professionals, building inspectors and sustainability experts dedicated to creating a vibrant, sustainable, live-work-learn community at UBC.
Vancouver Civic Theatres
Our world-class theatres and performance spaces are home to a variety of major arts and entertainment productions, including concerts, theatre, opera, classical music, Broadway shows, and lectures. You can also rent our theatres and performance spaces for your event. All of our venues are accessible and conveniently located in downtown Vancouver. The theatres are fully equipped to host large productions, conferences, film shoots, and other events.
The Newton BIA takes leadership within the Newton Town Centre to galvanize the area. The BIA focus is to bring business members, grassroots organizations, community stakeholders, and government together to create a vibrant and dynamic neighborhood for the residents, workers, and visitors in the area. Through collaboration with these groups, the BIA is able to create viable and effective programs for the area with focus on the four pillars of the BIA: safety, area enhancement, marketing & events, and government relations. These programs will work together to foster change within the community and neighborhood to create a successful future for the Newton Town Centre.
Denman Place Mall
The Mall has over 30 stores and services, with anchor stores such as No Frills, HSBC Bank and Shoppers Drug Mart. Denman Place Mall is proud to be Your West End Neighbourhood Mall for over 40 years.
Make Music Vancouver
Make Music Vancouver is an entirely free live music event that brings the local community together from June 19 to June 24. On Make Music day (June 24), Water Street is shut down to traffic and is transformed into sidewalk stages and dance floors, showcasing Vancouver’s incredible cultural and artistic diversity. This grassroots event is being made possible entirely by volunteers, from organizers to performers.
Downtown New West
The Downtown New West Business Improvement Association represents the interests of over 400 property owners and businesses located from the Fraser River waterfront up to Royal Avenue, and from the Pattullo Bridge to 10th Street. Downtown New West has recently gone through a thrilling revival which is attracting attention everywhere. With lots of new and exciting additions such as the Anvil Center and Westminster Pier Park, Downtown New West is now a vibrant and trendy area, with some of the hottest and most unique stores and restaurants calling our streets home.
River Market at Westminster Quay
River Market is a culinary destination for everyday foodies. Located in the heart of New Westminster, our market offers over 70,000 square feet for you to shop, eat, and play, all right next to the mighty Fraser River. We’re celebrating the full circle of food in a more playful, passionate, and sustainable way. With a vision we’ve dubbed FOOD 360, you can look forward to: growing food in edible gardens at the Market, an independent grocery store focusing on local and organic foods, specialties food vendors, onsite food processors, restaurants, cooking school, and food festivals. The first floor of the Market is about food for your body and the second floor is about feeding your creativity. It’s a vibrant hub for learning and business.
Just 15 minutes from downtown, Vancouver’s premier attraction offers the perfect destination for a truly rewarding and memorable experience. With a variety of cultural, educational and outdoor adventures to choose from, we look forward to helping you plan your next visit.
The Shadbolt Centre for the Arts (SCA) is an award-winning, multi-purpose community arts facility located in Burnaby’s Arts Precinct, picturesque Deer Lake Park. Owned and operated by the City of Burnaby, the municipal building is named for internationally acclaimed painter Jack Shadbolt and his wife, Doris Shadbolt, curator, author and art educator.
Broadway Youth Resource Centre
BYRC has been in operation since 1999 at the corner of Broadway and Fraser Streets in Vancouver. Our original building needed some renovations and our services had outgrown the space. Working with our partners, we designed and had custom built our new youth centre. In November of 2014 the new Broadway Youth Resource Centre building opened. This building is also the site of Kwayatsut Housing, administered by Vancouver Native Housing Society.
Canuck Place Children’s Hospice
Canuck Place Children’s Hospice first opened its doors in November 1995, to become North America’s first free-standing children’s hospice. We responded to the need for a hospice created specifically for children. The illness and death of a child is a life-altering experience for the families who love them.
The West End
English Bay, Stanley Park and Downtown Vancouver: The West End is perfectly situated between the city’s best-loved and most popular destinations. The world-famous Stanley Park (and its wrap-around seawall) is literally the West End’s backyard. English Bay makes the Pacific Ocean accessible to everyone, year-round. And Downtown Vancouver is at our doorstep.
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