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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Expo 86, the Vancouver Public Library asked Vancouverites to share digitized photos of Expo and record audio clips of their thoughts and experiences. These memories are yours to explore!
Description: Brent Belsher remembers trying to balance work, fun and crowds at Expo 86. Working his first job at the CN Pavilion, Brent still managed to attend events and performances. His greatest memory of Expo is the busyness of the pavilion and all the other exhibits.
Description: Marianne talks about her experiences volunteering in the lead-up to the Fair, and later working at the Operations Office at 44 W Pender where staff shortlisted 20,000 people applying for work from over 200,000 applicants, and then recounts a moving story of helping an unemployed person "get out of [his] slump."
Description: Peter Haskell recounts his experiences visiting every pavilion at Expo 86 with his Season Pass and expresses how it didn't measure up to to what he had seen of the 1939 New York World's Fair.
Description: Marianne talks about the Randy ELVIS Friskie - The REAL Tribute Show and how she opened her home to the travelling musicians who were performing for Expo 86 and how she did "a twist and jumping around on stage every single night" in her '50s clothing.