Shared Journeys is a program that embraces West Vancouver’s rich cultural diversity, bringing people together through stories, conversation, and activities. By exploring what we have in common, as well as our differences, this program inspires openness, respect, and curiosity. Shared Journeys invites us to make new connections and to help build a strong and welcoming community.
This program was launched July 4, 2019 with an unveiling of the book chose for our One Book, One Community district-wide reading program and a performance by Vancouver’s Inter-Cultural Orchestra.
Past Shared Journeys events include a two-part lecture series, panel discussion and multicultural winter celebrations.
We acknowledge the Squamish Nation, the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, and the Musqueam People, who since time immemorial have lived on the land now referred to as the Greater Vancouver and Sea to Sky regions.
Thank you to our Shared Journeys funders: the West Vancouver Foundation and the West Vancouver Memorial Library Foundation.