Cherry Blossom Festival Events
Cherry Blossom season in Vancouver will bring out the ‘cheer’y in anyone, and especially with the terrific weather the city has been having. While the official Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival runs from April 4th to 30th some trees have already been in bloom for a few weeks. There are so many events taking place we have compiled a few of our top choices here.

Cherry Jam – April 4th, Burrard Skytrain Station
Starting at 11am watch cooking demonstrations from Tojo’s, Zen Japanese Restaurant, Shuraku Sake Bar & Bistro and Toshi Sushi. At 11:30 watch and learn an Umbrella Dance and enjoy a free concert from noon to 1:30. Stop at a food truck in the area (use this app) and enjoy an extended lunch break.

Talks and Walks – Ongoing, Various Loactions
Guided walks take place on various dates all over the city including Coal Harbour, VanDusen Botanical Garden, Oppenheimer Park, UBC, Stanley Park, Queen Elizabeth Park and the West End. Get the full schedule on the VCBF website. Each walk is led by knowledgable UBC, VanDusen, Park Board and VCBF volunteers.

Bike the Blossoms – April 27th, China Creek South
Join Velopalooza for a fun, free guided bike ride from 11am to 3pm. The ride will tour the blossom cherry trees in Vancouver and include a talk by Parks Board Arborist, Bill Stephen. 

Coal Harbour Cherry Blossoms
This time of year it is especially great to live in Coal Harbour. We have an abundance of Cherry Trees surrounded by some great water fountains and all are in full bloom. Not to mention the trees in Stanley Park. Here are two of our favourites.  

 Georgia Street between Cardero and Denman.

Stanley Park near Vancouver Rowing Club

For more Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival events visit the VCBF website.

 
Jeff & Tara Ciecko
 of CK Golf Solutions write two blogs on their website, one is their 19th Hole Blog where they share personal experiences and the Biz Blog where they share business best practices and golf industry related opinions. They have owned CK Golf Solutions for 5 years.