2019 Kris Kringle Christmas Market

Sunday November 24th, 10 AM – 3 PM
Pemberton Heights Community Hall, 2260 Philip Avenue, North Vancouver

Come join your friends and neighbours at the annual Pemberton Heights Kris Kringle Market! This traditional neighbourhood event offers fun for the whole family with crafts, gifts, art, music, food and much more!

Interested in a vendor’s table? Please contact Laurel Spencer at laurelspencer1 AT gmail.com

This year’s event is generously sponsored by local Pemberton Heights realtors Stu Bell, Gavin Hughes and Scott Dempster.

Ashdown Park Community Garden Cleanup

On Sunday October 20th, 2019, join your community for the annual
Ashdown Park Community Garden Cleanup

Sunday October 20th
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

On Sunday October 20th, 2019, join your community for the annual
 Ashdown Park Community Garden Cleanup

Come and join your friends and neighbours as we tidy up our beautiful community garden at Ashdown Park (top of the Zig Zag staircase at Keith Road and Cortell Street).

We’ll also be planting the daffodil bulbs generously donated by the District of North Vancouver!

  • Bring your own gloves and garden tool
  • Kids can earn service hours

Hope to see you there!

2019 Canada Day Parade & Picnic

Saturday July 1st, 11:00 AM- 3:30 PM

The annual Pemberton Heights Canada Day Parade and Picnic is July 1st at Sowden Park in Pemberton Heights, and we’re planning for another memorable event! This is a hugely popular annual community celebration, with friends, family and neighbours from Pemberton Heights and beyond in attendance. Residents and non-residents alike are welcome, so please bring your family, friends and neighbours to celebrate Canada’s birthday.

Schedule of Events

11:00 AM : Parade Starts
The parade leaves from the Pemberton Heights Community Hall (old United Church) heading for Sowden Park. Everyone is welcome to join, so please wear your best red and white and your running shoes, and decorate your bike, scooter, skateboard or trike.

11:30 AM: Picnic at Sowden Park
Bring your own picnic or buy your lunch at the park! All profits from the BBQ and concession go back to the Pemberton Heights community.
Please be environmentally responsible. Pick up your litter and minimize plastic waste by bringing your own refillable water bottle. There are free fresh water refill taps available at the park.

12:00 PM: Races Start
Races start with an Oh Canada sing-along. Enjoy sack races, tug-of-war, wheelbarrow races and other fun for all ages!

1:30-3:30 PM: Canada Day Fun
Bouncy castles, dunk tank, BBQ, face painting, snow cones and some great socializing with friends and neighbours.

Volunteers Needed!

Interested in volunteering? Please contact Christie Longster at clongster@shaw.ca for additional information about the various opportunities to participate.

Pemberton Heights Annual Garage Sale

Sunday May 26th, 10am-2pm

Do you have a house, garage or shed overflowing with stuff that you no longer need or use? Want to make room, reduce, recycle and reuse?

It’s time so say goodbye to the things that no longer spark joy!

The Pemberton Heights annual garage sale is happening on May 26th from 10am-2pm. Participating households will be listed on the sale map so bargain hunters can plan their shopping tour!

To Participate in the sale:

Please email Anna Karlberg with your name, address and featured items. If possible, please include pictures of your items.

Meet Your Mayor and Council

Thursday April 11, 7:00 PM
Corner Stone Bistro, Pemberton Heights

Come to the Corner Stone Bistro for a meet & greet with the District of North Vancouver’s new Mayor and council!

Mayor Mike Little and DNV councillors Mathew Bond, Betty Forbes, Jordan Back, Lisa Muri, Megan Curren and Jim Hanson will be attending this neighbourhood event to meet the residents of Pemberton Heights.

Light refreshments and a complimentary beverage will be provided. Local artist Manon Garritsen will be on site and her prints of Pemberton Heights will be available for viewing and purchase.

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