Heritage Vancouver brings city to life with art, music, film and architecture at Long Table Social series event

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Movie still from "Mon Amour Mon Parapluie".


Pottery by Brendan Tang



Art project by Germaine Koh



A glimpse at the stain glass dome ceiling at the Page building on Pender Street



The metal door of the bank vault of the Page Building



The Flash slide show of my photos on flickr.com/pixelate

More info on Heritage Vancouver ( heritagevancouver.ca ):

Heritage Vancouver is a non-profit society dedicated to the conservation of Vancouver's built, cultural and natural heritage.

What Heritage does:

* advocate for heritage conservation
* facilitate monthly lectures, special historical events and tours to promote heritage education and awareness
* publishing our newsletters
* act as a forum for heritage concerns for a broader audience
* undertake special research on heritage buildings and heritage areas
* cooperate with local and provincial authorities in their heritage policy and programme development
* work with national and international groups to advance our mutual mandates for heritage conservation

What You Can Do

* become a member of Heritage Vancouver
* attend our public programs and meetings
* make a donation to Heritage Vancouver (tax-deductible)
* volunteer to work on the Advocacy or Programming committees
* write an article for our newsletter
* help organize an architectural or historical tour
* research the history of a building, including your own home
* take photographs of historical buildings in Vancouver
* join our Board of Directors
* promote heritage awareness among your friends


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