A free community arts festival, a vintage marketplace, beer gardens, and food trucks! Here’s 3 cool events happening in and around Lower Lonsdale this month:

1. Deja Vu Vintage Market

The Deja Vu Vintage Market returns to the Pipe Shop this month with 30 vendors selling antiques, vintage furniture, home and garden décor, collectibles, jewelry and handmade gifts. Shop, grab a bite to eat at the food trucks, and enjoy live music throughout the day.

Saturday, March 5th 9am to 4pm. Admission is $5. Children free.
2. North Shore Art Crawl
The North Shore Art Crawl is a free community arts festival that invites the public to explore artists’ studios and galleries across the North Shore. This year’s event has a total of 72 locations and 250+ artists participating from Lions Day to Deep Cove. 11 participating studios are in Lower Lonsdale or within walking distance.
Saturday, March 5th and Sunday, March 6th 10am to 5pm. Free to attend.
3. North Shore Food & Drink Festival
Falling on St. Patrick’s Day weekend, the first annual North Shore Food & Drink Festival at the Shipyards will be an indoor and outdoor party featuring local breweries, wineries and distilleries, live music, a marketplace, and Vancouver’s best food trucks.
Friday, March 18th and Saturday, March 19th 5pm to 10pm. Free to attend.
For a complete list of events, visit our March Event Calendar.

Danielle is a true North Shore gal, she grew up in Deep Cove and now resides in Lower Lonsdale. Danielle is passionate about community development, finding new hiking trails with her dog, Charlie, and lively conversation over craft beer. Danielle is excited to share the creme de la creme of the North Shore with you each week.

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