Events

MONOVA is committed to creating interactive and engaging experiences with thought-provoking speakers and events that spark discussions and get to the heart of important issues.

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“Little Big Man”

Museum Flix returns in honor of Chief Dan George, who celebrated Indigenous culture in his acting career through his purposeful choice of roles and by actively challenging stereotypes on film, television and stage. Join us for a showing of one of his films.
Popcorn and pop are available by donation.

Children of Takaya will be performing before the movie screening at 6:30pm

Thursday, May 23
Audience: Rated PG
Time: 6:30pm – 9pm
Free Screening
Donations Welcome

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CREATE & CONNECT: GREEN YOUR RIDE!

Families, explore sustainable transportation! Check out MONOVA’s Streetcar #153, step aboard Historic Bus 4612 from the Transit Museum Society, and meet 7th generation Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Canoe Carver Mike Billy. Learn DIY bike repairs and enjoy a range of hands-on activities with MONOVA staff and volunteers.

Sunday, May 26
Audience: All Ages
Time: 11am to 2pm
Pay what you can

Generously Sponsored by

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“The Outlaw Josey Wales”

Museum Flix returns in honor of Chief Dan George, who celebrated Indigenous culture in his acting career through his purposeful choice of roles and by actively challenging stereotypes on film, television and stage. Join us for a showing of one of his films.
Popcorn and pop are available by donation.

Thursday, May 30
Audience: Rated 14A
Time: 6:30pm – 9pm
Free Screening
Donations Welcome

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Community Exhibit
Symphony of Nature: The North Shore from a Newcomer’s Perspective.

Curated by the New Voices Volunteer Program, Symphony of Nature: The North Shore from a Newcomer’s Perspective tells the story of arriving in North Vancouver and discovering its unique natural beauty from the shoreline to the forest and all of the weather in between.

The New Voices Volunteer Program is comprised of 9 newcomers from diverse cultural backgrounds. Most have been living in North Vancouver for less than one year. The team formed in early October and has been involved in planning and preparing for this new exhibit for the past 5 months.

Ends May 31
Audience: All Ages
Time: 10am to 5pm
Included with admission

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Sensory Friendly Sunday

Sensory Friendly Sundays offer neurodivergent individuals, their families, and caregivers the ability to visit the museum on the second Sunday of every month. Visitors will enjoy a calm, relaxed, and safe atmosphere. On Sensory Friendly Sundays, adaptations will be made to the exhibits, such as lowered lighting and sound adjustments for a more relaxed visit. A quiet space will also be available for visitors who need a break.

Sunday, June 9
Audience: All Ages
Time: 10am to 5pm
Included with admission

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Shipyard Pals Scavenger Hunt

Get outside and explore North Vancouver with our Shipyard Pals Scavenger Hunt!

Use the Geocaching Adventure Lab app on your smartphone to start exploring The Shipyards in North Vancouver’s Lower Lonsdale district. A great activity for youth and families.

Curious to learn more? All you need to do is download (click on logo below) the Geocaching Adventure Lab app on your smartphone and look for the “Shipyard Pals Scavenger Hunt” in the Lower Lonsdale area. Read More

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Geocache Adventure of Shaketown

MONOVA is proud to present the GeoCache Adventure of Shaketown, a digital spin on the BC Culture Days walking tour we’ve done in previous years.

This self-guided tour begins and ends at the Archives of North Vancouver (3203 Institute Road) and will take you past several historical buildings and sculptures with skill-testing questions at each location.

Curious to learn more? All you need to do is download (click on logo below) the Geocaching Adventure Lab app on your smartphone and look for the “Shaketown” in the Lynn Valley area.

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