Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend Lots of things to do with the whole family for Father’s Day Weekend!  Read on for our top picks for things to do in Vancouver this Friday through Sunday…

 


 

Bard on the Beach | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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25th Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, June 11 – September 20; times vary @ Vanier Park, Vancouver
$33-47, other pricing in effect; multi-show passes available
Celebrating its 25th Season in 2014, Bard on the Beach is one of Canada’s largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare Festivals. Presented in a magnificent setting on the waterfront in Vancouver’s Vanier Park, the Festival offers Shakespeare plays, related dramas, and several special events in two performance tents from June 11 through September 20.  This year features A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest, Cymbeline, and Bill Cain’s Equivocation!

 


Friday June 13th

 

2014 FIVB World League: Canada vs Belgium; 7:00PM @ Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre (6066 Thunderbird Blvd), University of British Columbia, Vancouver
$16-27; other pricing in effect
Team Canada will once again be competing in the prestigious FIVB Volleyball World League!  Established in 1990, the FIVB World League is an annual men’s national team volleyball tournament that reaches all corners of the planet.  Don’t miss your chance to see some of the world’s top players in action!  Second game on June 14.

CIBC Soccer Nation Spain vs Netherlands | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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CIBC Soccer Nation: Spain vs Netherlands; 11:00AM-4:00PM @ Commerce Place (400 Burrard St at W Pender St), downtown Vancouver
Free
The CIBC Soccer Nation Tour is a cross-country mobile soccer festival, featuring games broadcast outdoors live on the big screen along with fun activities for fans and families, including a Cheer Booth, footballing tips, demonstrations from ‘Masters of Ball Control’ freestyle soccer players, and much more.  Kick off at 12 noon.

VAM Opera Studio: Suor Angelica & Gianni Schicchi; 7:30PM @ Vancouver Academy of Music (1270 Chestnut St), Vanier Park, Vancouver
$15, other pricing in effect; children under 18 free
Come watch two of Puccini’s beloved masterpieces performed back-to-back!  Suor Angelica tells the tale of Sister Angelica, a nun who was banished to a convent for unknown reasons.  Gianni Schicchi, based on Pietro Fanfini’s The Divine Comedy, tells a story of a family out for their dead relative’s fortune, through the help of Mr. Schicchi.  Little do they know what’s in store for them!  A night of laughs and drama you don’t want to miss out on.  Alternate performances on June 12, 13, and 15.

Velopalooza | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Velopalooza; times vary @ various locations in Metro Vancouver
Free and ticketed events
A two week festival promoting fun bike rides and bike-related events throughout Metro Vancouver. Events this year include scavenger hunts, wine tours, historical tours, night rides, picnics, and brewery tours. On through June 22. Check the website for the full list!

Shipyards Night Market; 5:00PM-10:00PM @ Shipyards Plaza (15 Wallace Mews), North Vancouver
Free admission
The North Vancouver Night Market is in a class of its own with over 15 food trucks, live music, around 100 vendors, and a beer garden with locally brewed beer on tap. On every Friday Night through September 26, featuring local products, showcasing BC’s artisans, bakers and farmers.

Joe Rogan | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Joe Rogan; 8:00PM @ Orpheum Theatre (601 Smithe St at Seymour St), downtown Vancouver
$46.50-54.50
A standup comedian for more than 20 years, Joe Rogan sells out theaters internationally with his inquisitive and intense comedic style.  Click the link for more info.

Life Drawing; 12:00PM @ Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre (181 Roundhouse Mews), Yaletown, Vancouver
Free admission
Join other life-drawing enthusiasts in the Roundhouse Café area for an hour of capturing the human form on paper.  No need to register, just walk through the door and find a spot. These sessions, inspired by the Vancouver International Dance Festival life-drawing events, feature professional dancers as the models.

Vancouver International Song Institute - See Into Her Heart | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Vancouver International Song Institute: See Into Her Heart; 8:00PM @ Roy Barnett Recital Hall, UBC School of Music (6361 Memorial Road), University of British Columbia, Vancouver
$25, other pricing in effect; cash only for door sales
A tapestry of music which explores the search for love, relationships, and the “stuff” of daily life.  Experience the poignant writings of Emily Dickinson set to music by Copland alongside the tale of a woman who finds true love in a bronco-bucking cowboy – the witty inspiration for Libby Larsen’s “Cowboy Songs”.  Also on this concert: works of Brahms, Poulenc, Tom Cipullo, Richard Faith, and Saskatchewan composer David L. McIntyre.

Wicked; 8:00PM @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre (649 Cambie St), downtown Vancouver
$56.15-180.90
The untold story of the witches of Oz. Long before Dorothy drops in, two other girls meet in the land of Oz. One, born with emerald-green skin, is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. WICKED tells the story of their remarkable odyssey, how these two unlikely friends grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good. On through June 29.

Cirque du Soleil - TOTEM | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Cirque du Soleil: TOTEM; times vary @ The Big White Top, Concord Pacific Place (88 Pacific Blvd), Vancouver
$50+, other pricing in effect; VIP packages available
A fascinating journey into the evolution of mankind. TOTEM traces the journey of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. Inspired by many founding myths, TOTEM illustrates, through a visual and acrobatic language, the evolutionary progress of species. On select days through June 29; use Tickets Tonight‘s promo code TT10 online for a discount!

International Summer Night Market; 7:00PM-12:00AM @ 12631 Vulcan Way (behind Home Depot on Sweden Way), Richmond
$2 admission; other pricing in effect
If you like late night snacks, this night market is for you. Featuring a great selection of awesomeness to choose from, including takoyaki (Japanese octopus balls), dragon’s beard candy, deep fried Mars bars, and more. This year, the market has also added some new feature attractions, including a water walker and Richmond’s only mini-golf course. Open every Friday-Sunday through September 14.

Richmond Night Market | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Richmond Night Market; 7:00PM-12:00AM @ 8351 River Rd, next to River Rock Casino Resort, Richmond
$2 admission; other pricing in effect
Richmond’s biggest night market is back with this year’s theme: Candyland (and the giant rubber duck). Featuring over 125 vendors and food stalls to satisfy all your night market needs. On through every Friday-Sunday and holiday Monday nights through October 13. We recommend taking public transportation (Canada Line to Bridgeport Station) instead of driving!

20th Vancouver International Storytelling Festival: A Cabinet of Curiosities; times vary @ various venues in Vancouver
Prices vary
One of the longest running and most recognised storytelling festivals in Canada. The diverse multicultural communities that make up Vancouver is the perfect backdrop for a dazzling array of stories and ways of telling.  Bring the whole family and get ready to be spellbound!  On through June 15.

 


Saturday June 14th

 

Vancouver Biennale: Master Class with Oliver Stone; 1:00PM-3:00PM @ Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema at Goldcorp Centre for the Arts (149 W Hastings St), Simon Fraser University downtown campus, downtown Vancouver
$30
The Vancouver Biennale kicks off its new CineFest LIVE program, featuring Academy Award winning director Oliver Stone as he presents an episode from his newest documentary series The Untold History of the United States.  Take this unprecedented opportunity to learn from one of the greatest filmmakers of our time!

Vancouver Biennale - An Evening With Oliver Stone | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Vancouver Biennale: An Evening With Oliver Stone; 8:00PM @ Vogue Theatre (918 Granville St), downtown Vancouver |
$25
The Vancouver Biennale kicks off its new CineFest LIVE program, featuring Academy Award winning director Oliver Stone as he presents an episode from his newest documentary series The Untold History of the United States.  Engage with one of the most provocative filmmaker of our time!

VSO Chamber Players; 2:00PM @ Pyatt Hall (843 Seymour St), downtown Vancouver
$35
Featuring Dale Barltrop on violin and Bramwell Tovey on piano.  See the website for the repertoire.

VSO Season Finale James Ehnes | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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VSO Season Finale with James Ehnes: Romans & Britons; 8:00PM @ Orpheum Theatre (601 Smithe St at Seymour St), downtown Vancouver
$25-88; other pricing in effect
In a concert celebrating Romans and Britons, Maestro Tovey and the VSO’s GRAMMY® and Juno®-winning partner, Canadian violinist James Ehnes, bring the 95th Anniversary season to a close with Elgar’s monumental Violin Concerto, and Respighi’s sensational Pines of Rome.  Alternate show on June 16.

Vancouver Cantonese Opera Festival Concert #2; 12:00PM @ Vancouver Playhouse (601 Hamilton St at Dunsmuir St), downtown Vancouver
$10-40
Ever wondered what Cantonese opera is all about?  The festival features selections from traditional Cantonese operas, spanning familiar themes of love, jealousy, and war. Selections include The Last Bitter Farewell, The Execution of General Ma Shu, and Chanson D’Amour.

Vancouver Draw Down | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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5th Annual Vancouver Draw Down; times vary @ various locations in Vancouver
Free admission
People of all ages are invited to take part in hands-on drawing events, across the city in community centres, museums, art galleries, and on the street!  Workshops, developed and led by professional artists, offer the opportunity to explore drawing in person and online. This day-long, city-wide celebration focuses on the process, pleasure and diversity of drawing, rather than on skill and technical ability.  See the website for available workshops.

2014 FIVB World League: Canada vs Belgium; 5:00PM @ Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre (6066 Thunderbird Blvd), University of British Columbia, Vancouver
$16-27; other pricing in effect
T
eam Canada will once again be competing in the prestigious FIVB Volleyball World League!  Established in 1990, the FIVB World League is an annual men’s national team volleyball tournament that reaches all corners of the planet.  Don’t miss your chance to see some of the world’s top players in action!

CIBC Soccer Nation England vs Italy | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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CIBC Soccer Nation: England vs. Italy; 11:00AM-6:00PM @ Victoria Park (1425 Victoria Dr), Vancouver
Free
The CIBC Soccer Nation Tour is a cross-country mobile soccer festival, featuring games broadcast outdoors live on the big screen along with fun activities for fans and families, including a Cheer Booth, footballing tips, demonstrations from ‘Masters of Ball Control’ freestyle soccer players, and much more.  Kick off at 3:00PM.

VAM Opera Studio: Suor Angelica & Gianni Schicchi; 7:30PM @ Vancouver Academy of Music (1270 Chestnut St), Vanier Park, Vancouver
$15, other pricing in effect; children under 18 free
Come watch two of Puccini’s beloved masterpieces performed back-to-back!  Suor Angelica tells the tale of Sister Angelica, a nun who was banished to a convent for unknown reasons.  Gianni Schicchi, based on Pietro Fanfini’s The Divine Comedy, tells a story of a family out for their dead relative’s fortune, through the help of Mr. Schicchi.  Little do they know what’s in store for them!  A night of laughs and drama you don’t want to miss out on.  Alternate performances on June 12, 13, and 15.

Easter Seals 24 Hour Relay | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Easter Seals: 24 Hour Relay; 10:00AM @ Swangard Stadium (3883 Imperial St), Burnaby
$100 team registration fee
Walk, jog or sprint around Swangard Stadium and Burnaby Central Park June 14 to 15 and give disabilities a run for its money.  Over the past 35 years, this long-running event has sent thousands of kids to Easter Seals camps through the creative fundraising efforts of its 24 Hour Relay teams.  An incredible weekend filled with sports, live performances, games and activities, friends, family, colleagues, a beer garden, great food, and more!

Velopalooza; times vary @ various locations in Metro Vancouver
Free and ticketed events
A two week festival promoting fun bike rides and bike-related events throughout Metro Vancouver. Events this year include scavenger hunts, wine tours, historical tours, night rides, picnics, and brewery tours. On through June 22. Check the website for the full list!

Wicked | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Wicked; 2:00PM & 8:00PM @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre (649 Cambie St), downtown Vancouver
$56.15-180.90
The untold story of the witches of Oz. Long before Dorothy drops in, two other girls meet in the land of Oz. One, born with emerald-green skin, is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. WICKED tells the story of their remarkable odyssey, how these two unlikely friends grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good. On through June 29.

1st Annual Latin Caribbean Festival; 10:00AM-2:00AM @ Pacific Inn (1160 King George Blvc), Surrey
Free admission
Celebrate the diversity of Latin Caribbean culture with food, music, dance, and lots of live entertainment!

CBC Music Festival | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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CBC Music Festival; 1:00PM-10:00PM @ Deer Lake Park (6450 Deer Lake Ave), Burnaby
$76.75
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rab some friends and family and a few blankets for this one-of-a-kind outdoor music festival.  Featuring Tegan & Sara, Spoon, Dan Mangan, Hannah Georgas, Arkells, and more!  We strongly recommend taking public transport to the venue.  See the link for more details.

Cirque du Soleil: TOTEM; times vary @ The Big White Top, Concord Pacific Place (88 Pacific Blvd), Vancouver
$50+, other pricing in effect; VIP packages available
A fascinating journey into the evolution of mankind. TOTEM traces the journey of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. Inspired by many founding myths, TOTEM illustrates, through a visual and acrobatic language, the evolutionary progress of species. On select days through June 29; use Tickets Tonight‘s special promo code TT10 for an exclusive discount!

20th Vancouver International Storytelling Festival: A cabinet of Curiosities; | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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20th Vancouver International Storytelling Festival: A Cabinet of Curiosities; times vary @ various venues in Vancouver
Prices vary
One of the longest running and most recognised storytelling festivals in Canada. The diverse multicultural communities that make up Vancouver is the perfect backdrop for a dazzling array of stories and ways of telling.  Bring the whole family and get ready to be spellbound!  On through June 15.

Slavic Day; 11:30AM-7:00PM @ Robson Square (Robson St at Howe St), downtown Vancouver
Free admission
The largest celebration of Slavic culture in BC, this year’s festival will include some of the best Slavic cuisines, drinks, and live entertainment in town.  Join in the contests and games and try a few Slavic dances!  More info at the link.

MEC BikeFest | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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MEC Bikefest Vancouver; 10:00AM-3:00PM @ Athletes Village Plaza (1 Athletes Way), False Creek, Vancouver
Free admission
Bring your bike, your family, and your riding buddies, and embrace the awesomeness of the wheel.  Try out gear, test ride MEC’s range of bikes (or buy one at the MEC Bikeswap), learn some new skills, go on a guided bike ride, check out the live entertainment and kids activities… and more!

International Summer Night Market; 7:00PM-12:00AM @ 12631 Vulcan Way (behind Home Depot on Sweden Way), Richmond
$2 admission; other pricing in effect
If you like late night snacks, this night market is for you. Featuring a great selection of awesomeness to choose from, including takoyaki (Japanese octopus balls), dragon’s beard candy, deep fried Mars bars, and more. This year, the market has also added some new feature attractions, including a water walker and Richmond’s only mini-golf course. Open every Friday-Sunday through September 14.

Community Beach Safety Day | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Community Beach Safety Day; 12:00PM-3:00PM @ Ceperly Field (south of Second Beach Pool’s concessions stand), Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver
Free
A fun-filled family day that raises awareness of personal and community safety at beaches and parks.  Meet the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) Beach Bike Patrol, VPD Marine Squad, VPD Mounted Squad, Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services, West End-Coal Harbour Community Centre, Granville Downtown Community Police Centre, Vancouver Park Rangers, and Vancouver Life Guards!

Richmond Night Market; 7:00PM-12:00AM @ 8351 River Rd, next to River Rock Casino Resort, Richmond
$2 admission; other pricing in effect
Richmond’s biggest night market is back with this year’s theme: Candyland (and the giant rubber duck). Featuring over 125 vendors and food stalls to satisfy all your night market needs. On through every Friday-Sunday and holiday Monday nights through October 13. We recommend taking public transportation (Canada Line to Bridgeport Station) instead of driving!

Vancouver Farmers Market | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Kerrisdale Farmers’ Market (opening day); 10:00AM-2:00PM @ East Blvd (between W 37th & 41st Ave), Vancouver
West End Farmers’ Market; 9:00AM-2:00PM @ 1100 block Comox St, across from Nelson Park, West End, downtown Vancouver
Burnaby Farmers’ Market; 9:00AM-2:00PM @ North Parking Lot at Burnaby City Hall (4949 Canada Way at Deer Lake Parkway), Burnaby
River District Farmers’ Market; 10:00AM-3:00PM @ 8683 Kerr St, Vancouver
Lonsdale Quay Farmers’ Market; 10:00AM-3:00PM @ Lonsdale Quay (123 Carrie Cates Court), North Vancouver
Trout Lake Farmers’ Market; 9:00AM-2:00PM @ John Hendry Park (13th Ave between Lakewood & Templeton), Vancouver
Free admission
Don’t miss this year’s fresh summer produce at our local farmers’ markets! Check out the markets every Saturday through October for the freshest seasonal produce and products. Featuring live entertainment and a variety of different vendors. A great place to bring the whole family!

Cirque du Soleil - TOTEM | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Cirque du Soleil: TOTEM; times vary @ The Big White Top, Concord Pacific Place (88 Pacific Blvd), Vancouver
$50+, other pricing in effect; VIP packages available
A fascinating journey into the evolution of mankind. TOTEM traces the journey of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. Inspired by many founding myths, TOTEM illustrates, through a visual and acrobatic language, the evolutionary progress of species. On select days through June 29.

 


Sunday June 15th (Father’s Day)

 

BC Sports Hall of Fame Fathers Day Special; 10:00AM-5:00PM @ BC Sports Hall of Fame (Gate A at foot of Robson and Beatty St), BC Place, downtown Vancouver
Regular admission rates; Dads get free admission when accompanied by a son or daughter!
Complete the Dad’s Day Dash on the 14 meter running track and see how high Dad can climb on the rotating climbing wall.  Explore the new Vancouver 2010 Gallery and Hall of Champions, and test your sport’s knowledge with the Ultimate Dad’s Trivia Challenge.  Get exclusive priced tickets from Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre.

Playland Fathers Day Special | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Playland Fathers Day Special; 10:00AM-12:00PM @ Playland (2901 E Hastings St), Vancouver
Regular admission rates. Dads get free admission from 10AM-12PM
E
xcitement and wonder await you on Playland’s rides!  From the hair-raising Crazy Beach Party to the wet’n’wild Flume, Playland has a variety of screaming options.  See the website for conditions on admission.

VAM Opera Studio: Suor Angelica & Gianni Schicchi; 2:00PM @ Vancouver Academy of Music (1270 Chestnut St), Vanier Park, Vancouver $15, other pricing in effect; children under 18 free Come watch two of Puccini’s beloved masterpieces performed back-to-back!  Suor Angelica tells the tale of Sister Angelica, a nun who was banished to a convent for unknown reasons.  Gianni Schicchi, based on Pietro Fanfini’s The Divine Comedy, tells a story of a family out for their dead relative’s fortune, through the help of Mr. Schicchi.  Little do they know what’s in store for them!  An afternoon of laughs and drama you don’t want to miss out on.  Alternate performances on June 12, 13, and 14.

Velopalooza | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Velopalooza; times vary @ various locations in Metro Vancouver
Free and ticketed events
A two week festival promoting fun bike rides and bike-related events throughout Metro Vancouver. Events this year include scavenger hunts, wine tours, historical tours, night rides, picnics, and brewery tours. On through June 22. Check the website for the full list!

20th Vancouver International Storytelling Festival: A Cabinet of Curiosities; times vary @ various venues in Vancouver
Prices vary

One of the longest running and most recognised storytelling festivals in Canada. The diverse multicultural communities that make up Vancouver is the perfect backdrop for a dazzling array of stories and ways of telling.  Bring the whole family and get ready to be spellbound!  On through June 15.

Wicked | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Wicked; 2:00PM & 7:30PM @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre (649 Cambie St), downtown Vancouver
$56.15-180.90
The untold story of the witches of Oz. Long before Dorothy drops in, two other girls meet in the land of Oz. One, born with emerald-green skin, is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. WICKED tells the story of their remarkable odyssey, how these two unlikely friends grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good. On through June 29.

Richmond Night Market; 7:00PM-11:00PM @ 8351 River Rd, next to River Rock Casino Resort, Richmond
$2 admission; other pricing in effect
Richmond’s biggest night market is back with this year’s theme: Candyland (and the giant rubber duck). Featuring over 125 vendors and food stalls to satisfy all your night market needs. On through every Friday-Sunday and holiday Monday nights through October 13. We recommend taking public transportation (Canada Line to Bridgeport Station) instead of driving!

Vancouver Biennale Artist Workshop - Jenna Tenn-Yuk | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Vancouver Biennale Artist Workshop: Jenna Tenn-Yuk; 1:00PM @ Heartwood Community Café (317 E Broadway), Vancouver
Free admission
Vancouver Biennale’s Artist in Residence for June leads a creative and hands-on spoken word poetry workshop, exploring the complexities of identity, spirituality and sexuality.  More info at the link.

International Summer Night Market; 7:00PM-11:00PM @ 12631 Vulcan Way (behind Home Depot on Sweden Way), Richmond
$2 admission; other pricing in effect
If you like late night snacks, this night market is for you. Featuring a great selection of awesomeness to choose from, including takoyaki (Japanese octopus balls), dragon’s beard candy, deep fried Mars bars, and more. This year, the market has also added some new feature attractions, including a water walker and Richmond’s only mini-golf course. Open every Friday-Sunday through September 14.

Car Free Day | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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10th Anniversary Car Free Day Vancouver; 12:00PM @ Commercial Dr, Main St, West End, Kitsilano; Vancouver
Free admission
Car Free Day exhibits the vibrancy of Vancouver’s diverse neighbourhoods and draws on the creative energy of neighbours to remake local roadways as places of art, culture and sociability.  The party stretches over four diverse neighbourhoods and is guaranteed to be a fun time for the whole family!  Check the website for more details.

Steveston Farmers & Artisans Market; 10:00AM-4:00PM @ Gulf of Georgia Cannery (12138 Fourth Ave), Steveston Village, Richmond
Ambleside Farmers Market; 10:00AM-3:00PM @ Ambleside (1500 block Bellevue), West Vancouver
Kitsilano Farmers’ Market; 10:00AM-2:00PM @ 2690 Larch St at W 10th Ave, Vancouver
Coquitlam Farmers’ Market; 9:00AM-1:00PM @ Dogwood Pavilion (624 Poirier St at Winslow Ave), Coquitlam
Free admission
Don’t miss this year’s fresh summer produce at our local farmers’ markets! Check out the market every Sunday through October for the freshest seasonal produce and products. Featuring live entertainment and a variety of different vendors. A great place to bring the whole family!

Cirque du Soleil - TOTEM | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Cirque du Soleil: TOTEM; times vary @ The Big White Top, Concord Pacific Place (88 Pacific Blvd), Vancouver
$50+, other pricing in effect; VIP packages available
A fascinating journey into the evolution of mankind. TOTEM traces the journey of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. Inspired by many founding myths, TOTEM illustrates, through a visual and acrobatic language, the evolutionary progress of species. On select days through June 29; use Tickets Tonight‘s promo code TT10 online for a discount!

Great Grandfather Trees of Stanley Park; 1:30PM-3:30PM @ Stanley Park Nature House, Lost Lagoon (foot of Alberni St), Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver
$10; other pricing in effect
Stanley Park is home to some of the largest and oldest trees in BC – some are over 700 years old!  Explore this ancient forest and discover how these trees have survived to reach such great age and size.

 


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  1. Körner, André

    Please,

    send us the program of the city of Vancouver for cultural events, sports and other advises for planning our spare time when we stay in Vancouver between 13th till 24th July 2014.
    Thank You so much.

    André Körner

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