Free admission to a celebration filled with aerial dance performances, a brass band, public art project, kids’ activities, cake, and a historical video screening. You can even climb aboard Engine 374…choo! choo!
This event is for the opening of the Turntable Plaza (a new outdoor public and community performance space), the 125th anniversary of the arrival of Engine 374 into Vancouver, and the 15th anniversary of the Roundhouse Community Centre.
11:30am Firebelly Steam Rising (10 min), Under the Canopy
12:00pm Firebelly Laying the Track (8 min), Under the Canopy
12:30pm Little Mountain Brass Band, Under the Canopy
1:00pm Official Ceremony, Under the Canopy
1:30pm Let’s Eat Cake!, Engine 374 Pavilion
2:00pm Firebelly Track in the Sky/Travelling (20 min), Under the Canopy
2:30pm Ghost Mapping the Roundhouse Tour, Meet at Engine 374 Pavilion
3:00pm Firebelly Steam Rising (10 min), Under the Canopy
3:30pm Firebelly Think You Can Wait (6 min), Under the Canopy
Parking is limited, so be sure to get there early or bike, walk, or take transit.
Sunday, May 20, 2012 - Noon to 4pm (official ceremony at 1pm)
Location: Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre – 181 Roundhouse Mews (Davie Street at Pacific Boulevard) [click here for map]