Text: Food, Climate, Reconciliation, Home
Food image by Megan Thomas on Unsplash, Climate image by Freepik, Reconciliation image featuring Isadore Charters by SFU Communications at Flickr, Home image by Freepik

The Burnaby Festival of Learning presents inspiring opportunities to connectco- create, and celebrate diverse ways to learn about the world around us. This year, the festival explores the theme of Belonging through four distinct threads: Food, Climate, Reconciliation and Home. Belonging means different things to different people, but we believe that each of these threads of belonging can be interwoven to create a rich quilt of shared meaning, one large enough and warm enough to include everyone’s experience and knowledge about what it means to belong.

What does Belonging look like to you?

Community Stories

Featured here are just a few of the incredible community members contributing to the vibrancy of the City of Burnaby.

What’s it all about?

The Burnaby Festival of Learning opens the doors to explore current events and knowledge frontiers through the innovative programming of local non-profits, small businesses, independent artists, libraries, researchers, thought-leaders, students, and more. We create the platform for fun-filled experiences and exciting initiatives – you simply bring your curiosity.

Burnaby Festival of Learning 2022 investigates how personal and professional relationships, economic participation, and environmental awareness can all meaningfully promote and support life on our interconnected planet. Check out the full lineup of events in this year’s program guide, and browse our 2022 Festival Recap page.

A collage of people discovering and learning at the festival.

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