Intracorp's River Park Place is hosting a series of events this summer at its sales centre in Richmond.

Richmond’s River Park Place hosting several summer events

The next one, a performance by the Fireside Quintet, will take place on July 27.

River Park Place hosting several summer events

Intracorp’s River Park Place will host a series of events this summer to showcase everything the project has to offer.

“This project has a lot of great amenities to offer future residents, and we are really looking forward to sharing these with the community,” says Director of Sales Barrett Sprowson.

The next event will take place on July 27.

“The Fireside Quintet will be playing for you,” says Sprowson. “One of the many amenities at River Park Place is the rehearsal hall, perfect for aspiring musicians.”

Following that, a basketball scrimmage will be held on Aug. 10. River Park Place will include an indoor basketball court as one of its amenities.

“If you don’t own a grill, one of the amenities at River Park Place is a shared outdoor grilling and lounge area,” Sprowson says. River Park Place will host a grilling demonstration on Aug. 17 to give you ideas for entertaining.

The final event, an outdoor yoga session, will take place on Aug. 24.

“Bring a mat and join us for a relaxing afternoon,” says Sprowson, adding that buyers will have access to a yoga mezzanine at River Park Place.

The events will be held at the sales centre at 7100 Elmbridge Way, Richmond. The centre is open daily except Fridays between noon and 5 p.m. For more information or to register for one of the events, visit www.riverparkplaceliving.ca, email riverparkplaceliving@intracorp.ca or call 604-282-7838.

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