Join us for this month’s Family Place Field Trip at the Beach! Tuesday, July 27, 10 to 11:30 am With beach mats, umbrellas, and sand toys in tow, we’re set to enjoy some movement, water and sand play, and time to connect as a group in one of our local beaches. Hope you can join […]
Like all non-profits, WSFP has been financially impacted by the pandemic. As a result, we are increasing our user fees as of July 5th to $3 dollars per family, per in person session at Family Place. We will continue to honour pre-purchased tickets. Please connect with staff if you have any inquiries.
Public Health guidance is starting to relax as vaccination rates increase. West Side Family Place will continue to follow the advice of WorkSafe BC during this transition period and will continue to encourage mask-use during all our programs for the time being. We will continue to monitor and reassess as the season progresses. Our WSFP […]
Join us for Kits in the Park! Come for outdoor family fun with a focus on play, movement, art and sensory exploration, and a Circle Time with songs and stories. Visit westsidefamilyplace.getomnify.com to register for a spot. Registration for each session opens exactly 48 hours to the program times. Please remember to sign yourself and […]
June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day. Now more than ever, West Side Family Place as an organization focused on children and families, we emphasize that Every Child Matters. West Side Family Place staff and board members continue to join with the people, communities, and organizations expressing their outrage and heartbreak following the discovery of […]
Basic Transmission Facts of COVID-19 COVID-19 is a respiratory infection that is spread by droplets. These are small particles that are dispersed when people cough or sneeze. Transmission of the virus occurs when a person touches a droplet from an infected person and then touches their own face; mouth/eyes/nose. This requires you to be […]
We would like to acknowledge that we at West Side Family Place are growing and learning as a community on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam),
Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, in this place commonly known as Vancouver, BC.
As guests, we honour the land, water, animals, and the continued efforts of the Indigenous people working to protect them.