These Groucho glasses are a funny look you can wear on April Fools’ Day.
Image: Mykl Roventine / CC, Flickr
Many countries celebrate April Fools’ Day on April 1. Sometimes the day is called All Fools’ Day.
On this day people play harmless tricks or pranks. The tricks can be played on friends, family, or coworkers. Often newspapers, TV stations and websites play tricks.
No one knows the exact date of the first April Fools’ Day. Most believe it started at least 500 years ago.
Do your own pranks!
Remember to keep the jokes fun and harmless.
Gathering eggs on an Easter egg hunt
(Photo: ChristopherLeonard / CC, Flickr)
Easter weekend is a great time to enjoy family and community.
A sample of events in B.C. this Easter weekend:
Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley
100 Mile House
A giant Nutcracker mannequin
Photo credit: Ana-Maria Gheorghiu
The Westcoast Reader was at the Vancouver Christmas Market.
The Market is a German-style event.
In Germany, Christmas markets are
a tradition of over 700 years.
Thousands of visitors come every year
to see the attraction.
At the Market, you can find delicious German foods,
handmade Christmas ornaments and wooden toys.