Labour Day Fall Fair
Date: September 2, 2013 (11:00 AM - 4:30 PM)
Fun for the Whole Family
Free Gate Admission, Free Carousel Rides*
Old-fashioned fun complete with games of chance, entertainment and market vendors. Join one of the races, try the corn shucking or put yourself in picture at our new photostop.
* Carousel rides are complements of CUPE Local 23 and the Burnaby Parks, Recreation & Culture Commission.
- Barefoot Books - books and gifts for children
- Mikey's & Sandy's Berry Farm
- Creative Leather Crafts - leather goods
- Nasty Free Naturals - products for body and pets
- Brenda Lee - jewellery
- Sweet Thea Cakes - tarts, pies
- Slavic Rolls - dessert pastries
Bring Back Play Funmobile Active play may be fun, but it's certainly not frivolous. Join some "serious" playing with hula hoops, skipping ropes, balls and chalk. For more details on the Funmobile, visit www.ParticipACTION. com/bringbackplay.
Jeremy Meugens This amazing Yo Yo Man will entertain everyone with his amazing Yo Yo skills. He is a competitive yoyoer, placed 10th in Canada. His act will include an amazing demonstration of the 5 styles of Yoyoing, as well as a lesson for anyone wishing to learn!
Cinemazoo Show Cinemazoo has thrilled, delighted and educated countless adults and children of all ages at schools, libraries, hospitals and many other venues for over 25 years.
Kalvin Clown (K.C.) "KC" is a fun clown! He rides his large 12 inch bike in a death defying routine. He also takes your picture with his NiClown camera. He twists a wonderful assortment of balloon creatures. As part of his routine "KC" performs an interactive magic for all ages.
Richard Tyce Armed with an amazing tenor voice and his own brand of accordion playing, Richard Tyce entertains with foot stomping polkas and waltzes to classical and the classics.
Melodies in Mind
Ryan Fletcher - Creator, producer, manager, and host, Ryan Fletcher conducts interviews and stage manages each episode from the studio, stage, or wherever that particular week will find him. His dry humour and educated ears allow for a comfortable and enjoyable listening experience form week to week.
Colin Easthope - Col fills the room with warm harmonic tones and a surprising sincerity. His lyrics are a shoulder to lean on for everyone who's ever had their heart stomped on, or endured a long-distance relationship. Colin strives to write music that time will never forget. He draws inspiration from artists like Ryan Adams, Royal Wood, and Bob Dylan, delivering guitar-driven pop gems, with an alt-country aesthetic.
Mick Creaby - A self declared 'Irishman on loan to Canada' Mick Creaby sings modern folk songs in the Irish way which is with wonderful talent and incredible humility, everything comes before the story and song in his work which are well supported with rich vocals and guitar.
Soft Focus - features Steve Britten who has been playing guitar for over 40 years in Canada, England, and South Africa. He has also been known to play mandolin, banjo, cello, harmonica, and accordion. And there is Marian Buechert who'srich, clear voice gives fresh interpretations of both classic and modern songs. Her background includes training in voice and piano as well as a lifelong love of Broadway, folk, and pop music.