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Do we reward kids for going to the movies or playing with blocks? Why? Because we don’t reward what is already enjoyable. By rewarding, we send the message that the activity is undesirable & must be rewarded to get people to do it. Is that the message we want to send about books?
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Category Archives: Community Events
Disclosure: I was compensated for sharing this post with you. However, as always, my opinions, views, and the thoughts I share are my own. Metropolis at Metrotown is pleased to host the North American premiere of the 1600 Pandas World … Continue reading
Good, innocent fun! That’s the best way I can describe my family’s experience at the PlayDome event in BC Place. All of the people working at Playdome were friendly and helpful. Many times the guys working the games encouraged my … Continue reading
A selection of free pop-up activities and special theme nights will add to the magic of Coquitlam’s Lights at Lafarge Winter Lights Display. This year’s display includes hundreds of thousands of lights, and many of the features have been hand-crafted … Continue reading
Even though I thought the much-anticipated Lights at Lafarge Winter Lights Display was set to return to Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park today, it is in fact scheduled for Saturday, November 25th. And it is going to be bigger and brighter … Continue reading
Over the Christmas season that recently ended we visited the light displays around Coquitlam’s Lafarge Lake, the Burnaby Village Museum, and the Festival of Lights at Vancouver’s Van Dusen Botanical Gardens. This year’s free light display at Lafarge Lake is … Continue reading
The City of Burnaby is undertaking a community planning process to update the community plan for the Metrotown neighbourhood. The intent of the updated Plan is to establish Metrotown as Burnaby’s Downtown, made up of distinctive neighbourhoods that embrace and … Continue reading
Despite the extended sub-zero temperatures, lakes and ponds around Metro Vancouver are not safe for outdoor skating. During the winter season, and in particular during sub-zero temperatures, City Parks staff measure and monitor the thickness of the ice in City … Continue reading
As they do every Christmas season, the folks at Burnaby Village Museum have once again prepared the site for a delightful heritage holiday season with lots of old-fashioned fun and spectacular lights. Starting on December 10 until January 2, 2017, every … Continue reading
This year’s Winter Lights Display at Lafarge Lake is bigger and brighter than ever before! You can join in the magic this season by taking part in festive activities including caroling, scavenger hunts, tulip and lantern workshops, and hot chocolate … Continue reading
In preparation for the Dec. 2 opening of SkyTrain’s Evergreen Extension, the City of Coquitlam is introducing new parking options for commuters, which includes hundreds of new Park and Ride parking spots throughout Coquitlam’s City Centre. The City is also … Continue reading