Community Programs + Events
3rd ANNUAL BLOCK PARTY: 2016 UNIVERCITY FALL FESTIVAL
Saturday, September 10th | 10:00am – 2:00pm
UniverCity Community – 8960 University High Street, Burnaby BC
Kids Zone: SFU Town Square
Youth Zone: Sales Centre Parking lot
High Street Zone: University High Street
Join us for our annual block party event celebrating our award-winning community on Burnaby Mountain! The 2016 UniverCity Fall Festival will feature a Kids Zone in the Town Square, a Youth Zone in the Sales Centre parking lot, and a High Street Zone for plenty of free family friendly fun. Don’t miss out on all the entertainment including two special performances by Treehouse’s Bobs & Lolo (at 11:00am and 1:00pm), Melt City Grilled Cheese and Mr. Arancino food trucks, performances by UniverCity buskers The Land of Deborah & Kaya Kurz, Go Bonkers Balloon Artists, Acro Flight Trampoline activity, 9-hole Mini Golf, Digital Caricaturist, Children’s entertainer, Bouncy Castle, Beat the Goalie game, mini donuts, cotton candy, popcorn, wine + cheese sampling, and more! See you there!
a) Everyone is welcome. All food, entertainment and activities are free, however quantities may be limited and are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
b) Parking will be free from 9am – 3pm for event visitors in the P1 level of The Cornerstone building (8960 University High Street) and the P1 and P2 levels of The HUB building (9000 University High Street).
c) A free water station will be available at the Starbucks Beverage area. Please bring your reusable water bottles to stay hydrated!
STREET EAT WEDNESDAYS & UNIVERCITY SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
The SFU Community Trust once again led a team in this year’s CANstruction Vancouver event – an annual design and build competition that serves as a major fundraiser for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society (GVFBS). In collaboration with Fast+Epp and HCMA, our team used over 6,800 cans to build Audrey II from the Little Shop of Horrors.
“Feed Me Seymour. If you feed me all day long, I can grow up big and strong.” These words spoken by Audrey II in the campy 80ʼs film Little Shop of Horrors could be echoed by the nearly 5,500* children receiving support from the Greater Vancouver Food Bank each week. *Derived from the 26,500 people that utilize the GVFB each week, with 20% of recipients being children.