Canada Scaffold is proud to be a Diamond Sponsor of this years Michael Cuccione Foundation – Kick for a Cure, an all day event hosted in Coquitlam at Town Center Park. The event includes an Adult Co-Ed soccer tournament, a youth Invitational Soccer Tournament, a youth soccer clinic, Canadian Tire Family Fun Zone, prizes, beer garden, food vendors, sports celebrities, and all day entertainment including live bands. Proceeds from the Kick For A Cure benefit the Michael Cuccione Childhood Cancer Research Program at BC Children’s Hospital. Join us July 22nd, 2017 and help kick childhood cancer where it hurts!
For a second year in a row, CTV’s Mike McCardell featured our famous garden in Mitchell Island on his segment, The Last Word!
Watch the interview with our star gardener – Dragan, and CSS Owner – Alice. Enjoy a tour of the gardens and travel from pumpkins and tomatoes to our on-site daycare, Rainbow’s Nest Child Care!
A Labour of Love
Every year, Dragan turns industrial land into a green patch, producing hundreds of pounds of juicy organic tomatoes, zucchinis, and kale. But the list doesn’t end there! Add on peppers, peas, cabbages, potatoes, onions and eggplants along with the tastiest Russian garlic in town! Herbs flourish amongst the vegetables and this year we’ve seen a delightful crop of grapes!
As Dragan says, he’s making “Mitchell Island Green Again!”
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