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Eco-Sculptures in the Community

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Find them all with the Eco-Sculptures Map 

Every summer, Eco-Sculptures are placed throughout Burnaby as a unique attraction for residents and tourists alike. Learn about the sculptures located near you and find them all!

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Visit the Eco-Sculptures in their parks throughout the season from June to the end of September.

Note: The last date in September is based on the weather, please visit this page for the most current information.

Eco-Sculpture is thrilled to celebrate Canada’s 150th and Burnaby’s 125th birthdays with a float that pays homage to the Burnaby RCMP’s iconic Red Serge—the RCMP’s official uniform. The float will feature Sage, a beautiful carousel horse, representing an RCMP horse. Be sure to check out this festive float at upcoming community parades and festivals, and at the Burnaby Village Museum during July and August. RCMP officers, dressed in their splendid Red Serge, will also be at the village every Tuesday from 12noon-2pm during those months for photos and visits. All of these lively activities lead up to a magical evening at the RCMP Musical Ride event at Swangard Stadium on August 18. Visit us at community events around the city and learn more about the Eco-Sculpture program. 
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2017 Schedule of Community Events 

  • May 7 | Rhodofest | 10:30am-3pm (Planting / Bee Activity)
  • May 13 | Great Salmon Send Off | 10:00am-2:00pm (Planting) 
  • May 27 | Hyack Parade | 11:00am-1:00pm (Float)
  • May 28 | Environment Week Celebration | 11:30am-1pm (Signage)
  • June 3 | Hats off  Day Parade | 10am (Float)
  • June 7 | City Hall Staff Enviro Day | 11:30 am-1:30pm (Planting / Bee Activity)
  • July 1 | Burnaby Village Museum Canada Day Celebration | 11am-4:30pm
  • July 16 | Edmonds Fair | 10:00am-3:00pm - Float / Bee Activity
  • July 22 | North Burnaby Community Fair (formerly Kensington Community Fair) | 10am-3pm (Float / Bee Activity)
  • September 24 | World River’s Day | 11am-4:30pm (Float / Bee Activity)

For more information please contact our Parks Administration office at 604-294-7450.