Archives for March 2016

2016 Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup – Aug 20, 2016

Join us at our Noons Creek hatchery on Saturday, August 20, drop-in between 9 and 11am as we again participate in the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.

We will be cleaning along Noons Creek, the Shoreline Trail of the Port Moody Arm of Burrard Inlet.

Register online now 

Help us promote this event by printing this poster and putting it up at your work or school:  GCSC poster 2015

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  • Please register online
  • Bring three shopping bags – one for garbage, one for recycling and one for cigarette butts
  • Gloves and boots (we have a limited supply)
  • Wear clothes that can get dirty and possibly wet
  • Stay out of the mud
  • Separate cigarette butts
  • Do not pick up dead animals – record the details of the type and location only
  • Stay well away from the railway tracks
  • If a item is in the mud, please leave it as it may now be home to marine animals (but record the type and location)

We will be collecting cigarette butts separately and sending them to Terracycle Canada for recycling.

Exhibitors FF2016

Fingerling Festival 2011 072It’s our 25th Fingerling Festival anniversary in 2017!

Thank you for applying to be an exhibitor or sponsor at our 25th Annual Fingerling Festival, one of the very best of its kind in BC, attracting over 5,000 people of all ages who love the environment just as much as we do.

Click here for a List of confirmed exhibitors

We accept exhibitor applications from environmental and community based organisations – receipt of applications does not guarantee acceptance.  Please note that all exhibitors must contain an environmental element in their exhibition.

What to expect: 

  • More than 5,000 attendees!  Lots of families and people of all ages coming to meet and learn about your organisation
  • Lunch is on us!  We provide a hot dog, juice, chips, coffee and muffins. Veggie dogs are available but they go quickly.
  • Opportunities to meet and network with likeminded groups and individuals
  • Have fun!  There’s lots to see and do.  If you need assistance, just ask one of our fantastic volunteers
  • Lots of raffle prizes so please consider purchasing tickets to help us raise funds

What we expect: 

  • All exhibitors can arrive from 9:00am and must be set up and ready to go by 10:00am. 
  • You must stay for the duration and cannot take down your exhibit before 3:00pm.
  • It gets busy!  If you have lots of equipment please arrive early so you can drop off and find parking
  • Your exhibit must contain an environmental element in your exhibit – that’s what we’re all here for!
  • Please let us know if you can provide a donation for our raffle and drop it off upon your arrival.  Thank you!

This is a balloon free and scent free event.

If you have any questions, please contact Dave Bennie, Festival Director, directly via email at or on 604-617-1163.

Parking is limited so please arrive early – any time from 8:00am.

Attendee(s) Name:
Organisation / Business (if applicable):
Email Address:
Phone (required):
Please provide a brief description of your exhibit – note that all Fingerling Festival exhibits MUST contain an environmental message element:
About: Exhibitor Sponsor Exhibitor and Sponsor Festival Volunteer Media Other
Other? Please explain:
Exhibitor Requirements Table and 2 Chairs (provided) Clear Area (no table) Electricity (please use the outer circle of the rink, along the wall) Outside (please provide your own tent)
Question, Comment or Feedback?Would you consider donating a prize for our raffle table?  Please let us know the item so that we can acknowledge you.  Thank you.

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Sponsor & Donations

Port Metro Vancouver - Sammy Seagull 2013We are actively seeking sponsors and prize donations for this year’s 25th anniversary Fingerling Festival.

Please call Dave Bennie on 604-469-9106 to discuss options.

Donations of prizes are always welcome.

Thank you!