Happenings

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Happenings


Join Us for Celebrations & Community Activations!


Maple Ridge Parks, Recreation & Culture presents Happenings, our year-long program that offers opportunities to celebrate and participate through community activations and events! From family-fun, to our concert series to art in the great outdoors, Happenings has something for everyone.

What's Happening Next?

Mark your calendars for Arbor Day on September 28! Full details below.
  1. Arbor Day
  2. GLOW Happenings
  3. Past Happenings

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Arbor Day

Calling all nature enthusiasts...the Arbor Day Celebration is happening on September 28 in Fletcher Park from 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM! 

The event features a variety of tree-related activities for families to enjoy including games, education on tree health and more. Enjoy a scenic view of the park and surrounding community with a bucket truck ride courtesy of BC Plant Health Care, help us maintain the trees in the park, play games or test your balance on a slack line. Let's celebrate nature!

Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Wednesday of September in Canada and is also known as Maple Leaf Day. Arbor Days is marked with the planting of trees and focusses on the importance of maintaining and caring for trees as a way to protect our natural resources.

Event Details

  • Date | September 28
  • Time | 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Location | Fletcher Park (12260 Fletcher Street)

Did You Know? 

BC National Forest Week is September 18 - 24! Established in 2013, the NFW-BC Coalition’s goal is to educate people about the different uses and value that we get from our forests including:

  • the production of wood products,
  • to providing local jobs,
  • to a variety of recreation opportunities, and
  • providing spiritual values.

Our Arbor Day Celebration is a great way to cap off the great work and learning done during BC National Forest Week. We want everyone in BC to have the opportunity to spend time outdoors as well as appreciate our wonderful and diverse forests.

Community Projects

Looking for a way to connect with your community? The Neighbourhood Small Grant program supports projects that bring communities together with grants up to $500. Plan a community clean up, install a community library box and more! The possibilities are endless.

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Questions?
Contact our team at culture@mapleridge.ca.