Category Archives: Community Stories

Congratulations to the 2019 Good Neighbour Award Recipients

On May 9th, we celebrated The Good Neigbours Awards, an annual event hosted by The Association of Neighbourhood Houses of British Columbia (ANHBC) to celebrate our volunteers, community supporters, and neighbours. Huge congrats to the following award recipients:       … Continue reading

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A Special Thanks to the Rotary Club

The representatives from the Rotary Club came to Frog Hollow’s Family Drop-in  to present a donation of $2,000.00 to our senior’s program to support the building and running of our outreach bike cart.  A big thank you to the Rotary … Continue reading

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Wheelhouse Seafood & Miscellany Thrift & Vintage Interviews

Introducing two more incredible local entrepreneurs. Wheelhouse Seafood is owned by Catherine and Trevor Yamamoto who have been selling sustainable, locally caught sea-food, long before the sustainability movement came into popularity.   Zainab is the owner of Miscellany Thrift and Vintage. … Continue reading

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Kitchen Table Conversation (KTC) Facilitators Celebration RECAP

Previously, we had a couple of group meetings for the Kitchen Table Conversation facilitator training workshop where participants were educated on how we would approach our neighbours and collect community stories around our neighbourhood. Questions that were asked in part … Continue reading

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Community Neighbourhood Stories: Laughing Bean

Another exciting visit to one of local businesses in the Hastings-Sunrise Neighbourhood area of Vancouver. We’ve made an appointment to interview Rebecca and Wayne, owners of Laughing Bean Coffee Shop. Video: Meet Rebecca and Wayne Filmed and edited by Jennie … Continue reading

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Community Neighbourhood Stories: Tot2Teen Dental

If you’ve ever walked or drove along the Hastings St. in East Vancouver area, you will see many shops along the street: coffee shops, dental clinics, pharmacy stores, banks, restaurants, etc. This day, we connected with Tot2Teen Dental (2651 E. … Continue reading

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Photos: Unmask Your Story, Reveal Your Journey CAPC Conference

This past weekend’s CAPC Conference (Unmask Your Story: Reveal Your Journey) was a success. It was a fun and productive day. Here’s what our schedule was like: REGISTRATION: GALLERY WALK / DISPLAYS / DEMOS: Because I was performing for the … Continue reading

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Pathways Theatre Program

Hello everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful spring break. Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House and Neworld Theatre has partnered together to bring you The Pathways Theatre Program. If you’ve missed the first round, there will be a second round starting … Continue reading

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Intergenerational Hub

Some of you may know or heard about Frog Hollow’s newest project called the Intergenerational Hub, which officially launched on Thursday, February 18th (the same day of the Lunar New Year Celebration). What is the Intergenerational Hub? Intergenerational means the … Continue reading

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Seniors Christmas Potluck 2015

Welcome back everyone! And Happy New Year! Just before the holidays, Frog Hollow and the volunteers had organized a Seniors Christmas Potluck. Each participant brought in a dish to share. There were quite a variety of food and all were … Continue reading

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