At Making Memories, customers stock up on a wide selection of tools and supplies for paper crafts, and the shop's scrapbooking sages guide students' hands during a variety of card-making classes. Scrapbookers can construct invitations out of card-stock and pattern paper ($0.99+/sheet), or equip their hands with embossing folders ($6.99) to bring a touch of texture to their paper creations. Adhesives ($3.99+) keep materials and co-workers' moustaches snug while Tombow markers ($3.99) leave their inky signature across pages. During two-hour classes, expert paper artisans teach techniques to transform paper items into custom-created cards and card boxes, each decorated for winter holidays or any of the year's other special occasions. To get the most out of the provided materials and avoid using car keys as scissors, students should consult the schedule for a list of additional scrapbooking items to bring to class, or purchase one of the store's starter kits.
The Canlan Ice Sports Burnaby 8 Rinks are a massive sports-entertainment complex boasting six NHL-sized rinks and one dedicated figure-skating rink. Slip on a pair of sharp rental skates and take a spin on the elite ice that has hosted the 2008 World Broomball Championships, the 2009 World Police Fire Games, the Level 6 mini-boss, and a number of other frosty tests of sporting skill. The complex also contains a full-service restaurant, the Thirsty Penguin Grillhouse, whose menu includes scrumptious post-rink snacks such as nine flavours of juicy wings ($8.99) and eight varieties of hearty burgers ($7.99–$9.99). Bring along up to four friends for an icy book-club meeting or space out your five rentals over several visits.
Game On Sports, an official retail partner of such teams as the Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Eskimos, stocks its shelves with an array of hockey, soccer, and football merchandise, including team jerseys, hats, and signed memorabilia. Fans can also don the green and gold of an adult-size Edmonton Eskimos replica jersey ($89.99) or cover noggins or tapas dishes with a Philadelphia Eagles draft-day cap ($29.99) festooned with a raised team logo. Devotees of the Vancouver Canucks can commemorate the team’s 40th anniversary with an official NHL hockey puck ($9.99) emblazoned with the team’s logo, and fans of the Calgary Flames can get their hands on a puck ($35) branded with the signature and dadaist manifesto of erstwhile forward Tim Hunter. Meanwhile, baseball merchandise, such as navy blue New York Yankees T-shirts ($24.99), trigger fond memories of fly balls and ballpark franks.