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Check Out The Harmony Arts Festival’s 25th Birthday Celebration

July 13, 2015
harmonyThe Harmony Arts Festival has always been an awesome excuse to head over to West Van and soak up some culture, seaside.
This year, in celebration of the festival’s 25th birthday, it looks like it’s going to be particularly fun. For starters, the Harmony Arts Festival is launching its first pop-up marina service along the Ambleside waterfront, so boaters can simply tie up to one of the dozen buoys in the bay, drop into a chauffeured dinghy, and be jettisoned straight to the beach! Boat reservations are required. Visitors will arrive at the Pier at the foot of 14th Street in West Vancouver and be welcomed at Club 25, a designated space for boaters with complimentary water and San Pellegrino drinks. An event host will provide visitors with a festival package which includes information on the exciting activities nearby; plus the pier will be animated with a standout, bubbly art installation, created by Matthew Soules Architecture. From there, visitors can enjoy tuna nicoise or halibut fish and chips by The Dirty Apron Cooking School & Delicatessen, who will be catering the events Park Royal Beachside Patio, and take in the waterfront views, sites and sounds of the Harmony Arts Festival.
To learn more about the 25th Anniversary of The Harmony Arts Festival, including the music and cinema line up, visit


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