Burnaby Village Museum: “Things We Tried to Do”

The attractions at Burnaby Village Museum include gardens, heritage buildings, and a vintage carousel ride. I took my 3-year-old Munchkin there, hoping to check out the attractions, and share the highlights with you. We started at the carousel ride. After seeing the beautifully lit hand-painted horses, Munchkin was eager to hop on. Her stuffed cat, “L-Cat”,… Read More Burnaby Village Museum: “Things We Tried to Do”

Edmonds Community Centre: “One stop entertainment”

This recently built community centre has modern flair. The outdoor playground impresses with twisting towers. The pool is reminiscent of an amusement park. Even the lobby floor has flair with its fancy backlit tiles. There’s something to please everyone. My two-year old Munchkin enjoys the playgrounds and pool. I appreciate the drop-in daycare service, which… Read More Edmonds Community Centre: “One stop entertainment”

Burnaby Lake and El Comal: “Duck, duck and salsa”

Burnaby Lake’s Piper Spit area features a long dock with scenic views and lots of ducks. It’s a popular destination for bird watchers, photographers, and enthusiastic toddlers. This morning, I ask Munchkin if she’d like to see the ducks. She replies emphatically, “No, Mom! I want to feed the ducks!” Well, close enough. Off we… Read More Burnaby Lake and El Comal: “Duck, duck and salsa”

Burnaby Farmer’s Market: “Adding crunch to life”

The Saturday farmer’s market at City Hall has much to enjoy including fresh vegetables, baking, crafts and food trucks. It’s a nice destination for a little family outing. This Saturday, our 2-year old Munchkin had difficulties wearing socks. It’s late morning and hot by the time we arrive. My husband takes Munchkin to the shaded… Read More Burnaby Farmer’s Market: “Adding crunch to life”