Vancouver’s Jericho Arts Centre to be recognized with plaque ceremony
A public arts venue on Vancouver’s west side that was once an air force recreation hall is being recognized for its valued role in the community.
The Jericho Arts Centre is one of 125 sites around the city that have been selected as part of the Places That Matter project, organized by the Vancouver Heritage Foundation.
Through the project, launched to celebrate Vancouver’s 125th anniversary, sites nominated by the public receive special plaques to acknowledge their significance to the city.
A plaque presentation ceremony takes place at the Jericho Arts Centre (1675 Discovery Street) on Saturday (September 22) at 1 p.m.