Michelle Nahanee grew up in North Vancouver in the Eslha7an village of the Squamish Nation. “I grew up fishing on the Capilano River and spent a lot of time picking berries and fishing for salmon with my family,” she says of the river that inspired the company name. More
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Event Date & Times
Saturday, November 2, 2013
Festival floor: 11 AM - 5 PM
Educational sessions: 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
1 Athletes Way, Vancouver, BC
Situated at the edge of False Creek amid the excitement of Vancouver’s Olympic Village, the waterfront community centre provides a stunning venue for the inaugural Vancouver Tea Festival. Creekside is centrally located, immediately adjacent to the False Creek seawall, ensuring easy access by transit (bus and Skytrain), car, bicycle, and foot. Ample parking is available, both on-street and in parking garages.