Our annual Crow Roost Twilight Bike Ride has been postponed to Saturday February 25th due to the rain. Check out the event’s Facebook page
to hear about any updates. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we hope to see you then!
Have you ever wondered where the crows go at dusk?
We are stoked to be holding our annual Crow Roost Twilight Bike Ride again this year. We will follow the crows on the Central Valley Greenway towards Burnaby – approximately 5km round trip, and fairly flat for all abilities. We will be meeting at Renfrew Station at 4:45PM on February 25th.
Dress for the weather, bring snacks to share, bring your family! And don’t forget your bike lights.
Our Artistic Director, Carmen Rosen, was recently featured in the December 2016 issue of Sitelines, a publication highlighting Landscape Architecture in British Columbia. Click below to read all about Carmen’s insights on how community engaged arts has impacted the landscape of the Renfrew Ravine.
Jump for joy!
For the 5th straight year, chum salmon have come back to Still Creek behind the Canadian Tire on Cornett Road and Natal Street. This year, we are happy to see that is has been the most prominent year in terms of number and size of the salmon. Word of coho salmon being found in the Brunette River has also made it upstream to us, making everyone on the Still Moon Arts team truly ecstatic about this year’s salmon spawn. Be sure to check out the salmon while you can!
For a featured article by the Vancouver Sun on the return of the salmon to Still Creek this year, please visit: http://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/chum-salmon-beat-the-odds-return-to-metro-vancouver-streams.
For more information on the salmon in Still Creek, please visit our Return of the Salmon page.