Trolley Dances

The North Vancouver Community Arts Council  presents
Trolley Dances
September 28, 2014

We had a great time on the trolleys and hope that everyone else did too! 

If you missed the event, you can see the programme here (835kb pdf).

Trolley Dances is an entertaining trolley ride event that highlights significant cultural, historical and natural features across the North Shore through music and dance performances.  Replica San-Francisco trolleys will transport guests to four secret locations where audiences are entertained by four unique, dance performances chosen specifically for each location.

Marcia Meyer, CFP

Photo gallery from the 2013 event. Performances included: Christine Elsey & Elise Roberts at the Seymour River; Hip Hop crews FRESHH, Luck Aces and Illest Vibe at Parkgate Community Centre; Children of Takaya at Whey-Ah-Wichen (Cates Park); and the Eire Born Irish Dancers at the North Vancouver City Hall Atrium.


 NVCAC image gallery Photo gallery of the inaugural 2012 Trolley Dances 2012. Read some of the audience feedback.  The tour included performance sites in all three North Shore municipalities and a Metro Vancouver park, including: Waterfront Park, The Ferry Building in Ambleside, Cleveland Dam, and Shipbuilders Square.  Performers included Strathcona Chinese Dance Troupe, Sincere Lam Guhzeng Ensemble, Pars National Ballet, Raven Spirit Dance, Eagle Song Dancers, and RNB Dance and Theatrical Society.  Press: