What better way to spend Father's Day this weekend than by celebrating at one of the city's Car Free Vancouver Day sites. This Sunday, roads will be shut down in Kitsilano, the West End, North Van and on Main and Commecial for a pedestrian-powered party.
For one day the cars will be replaced by DJs, dancing, poets, potlucks, street hockey and roller derby skaters,
“Less cars means more community.” says CFVD Co-founder Matt Hern in a press release. “This is a day to visualize what an ethical and ecological city might look like. To give people a chance to reclaim their streets, hang out with their neighbours, and enjoy a great car-free day."
The event is free and takes place from noon to 6 p.m. in various communities.