Granville Island Exploration

April 2022

When: April 16, 2022 at 1:00pm - 5pm

Contact: Jessica · · 6046881441

Join us in exploring The Public Market at Granville Island! Come browse the vast options of food and shops in the indoor marketplace. Venture about in teams for the winnings of a scavenger hunt and explore why Granville Island is such a popular destination to adventure about. Boat transportation is also all part of the excursion.

This event is a  *FREE* event by and for youth living with HIV

YouthCO is able to support youth from across BC to attend this event:

  • We are able to offer bus tickets, gas money, and/or rideshares for youth in the Lower Mainland!
  • We are able to cover the cost of ferries, planes and/or gas money for youth living outside the Vancouver area! 
  • Children are welcome to this event, but we can offer childcare as part of our event and/or provide funding to cover childcare costs required to attend.


If you would like to attend and live outside the Lower Mainland, let us know as soon as possible and we can work with you to make travel arrangements at no cost to you. 

  • We are able to book flights up to and including Monday, April 11th . Let us know before then if you would like to join us and need a flight in order to do that!  
  • For rideshares in the Lower Mainland, get in touch with us by April 12th.
  • We will have bus tickets available at YouthCO during the event. If you need a bus ticket in advance, get in touch and we can make sure that happens. 

★★Things to bring ★★

★ Water bottle
★ Masks
★ Weather appropriate clothing’s and shoes

★ (Optional) Camera for all those photo-ops!! 

We can provide bus tickets if you don't have a compass card! If you have any questions leading up to the day, please email Jessica at [email protected]
To get in touch with us on the day of the event, please call or text 778-988-5914 (Jessica) or 778-389-0864 (Furqan)

Granville Island is situated on the territories that are the ancestral lands for all three nations, the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh).

Will you come?