Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Things To Do In Vancouver This WeekendMusic, walking tours, lots of food, and dozens of theatre options will keep you busy in Vancouver this holiday long weekend, Friday through Monday! Happy Thanksgiving!

Rachael Ferguson is guest-posting for Vikki while she is in Asia.  Rachael is a member of the Experience Vancouver team at Tourism Vancouver.

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Circle Craft Gallery | Things To Do In Vancouver

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Circle Craft Gallery Show; 10:00AM-7:00PM October 3 – 28 @ Circle Craft Shop & Gallery (1-1666 Johnston St), Vancouver
Free
Circle Craft Co-operative is pleased to present their Christmas Market Preview exhibition, taking place from October 3 – 28, 2014 in their gallery located in the Net Loft building on Granville Island.  The Christmas Market Preview is a gallery exhibition by artists exhibiting at the annual Circle Craft Christmas Market in the new West Building of the Vancouver Convention Centre, November 11 – 16, 2014. Artists in the Preview exhibition are: Anne-Marie Chagnon, Allison and Josh Hill, Ken Fedoruk, Sophia Kim, Vinitha John, Alicia Niles, and Dorothée Rosen.

 


 

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Friday October 10th

Stanley Park Halloween Ghost Train | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Opening Night of Hallowen Ghost Train in Stanley Park; 5:00PM-10:00PM @ Stanley Park Miniature Railway
$11; other pricing in effect
Each year the Stanley Park Ghost Train takes our riders on a journey through a mystical and magical world, themed by Halloween and other creepy tales. The train is covered, but dress warmly. Experience Mother Goose’s Ghastly Garden, the theme for 2014. Bridge collapses. Little girl eating cheese terrorized by spider. Hysterical mother found living in shoe. Horrendous headlines from trashy tabloids? Or simply the real goods that classic nursery rhymes are made of? To find out, come to the Ghost Train as we present a twisted cabaret of timeless nursery rhymes and bedtime treats perfect for a Halloween night. Please see calendar of other dates and times.

Opening Night of Fright Nights at Playland; 7:00PM-11:00PM @ Playland Amusement Park (2901 E Hastings St), Vancouver
$25; other pricing in effect
Face your fears. Fright Nights possesses Playland from October 10 to November 1 and features 7 haunted houses, including a brand new house, 13 rides, The Monsters of Schlock, back for 2014 the Kinshira Fire Performers plus other terrifying shows and attractions. It’s said that those who enter the Keepers Doll Factory might leave with a few less parts and a few extra cracks than they came in with. Tour this brand new haunted house during Fright Nights… if you dare! Check calendar for other dates and times.

Harvest Sunset Dinner | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Harvest Sunset Dinners; 5:00PM-9:00PM October 10 & October 11 @ Diamond Head Room in the Summit Lodge at the Sea to Sky Gondola (36800 Hwy 99), Squamish
$24.95
Come up for our last weekend of Sunset Dinners and a 3-course menu that features some of your favourite fall comfort foods. For Thanksgiving weekend, choose from our family style menu, where each course is served on a sharing platter. Sit, relax and enjoy your time with friends and family while our Summit Lodge Servers take care of everything. Call for reservations.

Then & Now, A Fundraiser for Megaphone; 8:00PM-11:00PM @ The Wise Hall & Lounge (1882 Adanac Street), Vancouver
$15; other pricing in effect
Then & Now is a unique night of music that takes on an unusual format. Eight artists perform two songs each, one inspired by “Then” and one inspired by “Now” — however they choose to interpret the theme. This event is a fundraiser for Megaphone and features a diverse lineup of Vancouver songwriters and artists. Megaphone is a non-profit that provides a voice and an economic opportunity for homeless and low-income people while building grassroots support to end poverty.

ABRA Cadabra – ABBA Tribute @ Federico’s Supper Club (1728 Commercial Dr), Vancouver
$58
Federico’s is pleased to welcome back ABRA Cadabra for an evening of ABBA’s greatest hits and more disco favourites for an added flavour of what promises to be an extra special trip in time. ‘ABRA Cadabra’ from Vancouver, Canada has been touring the world for the past decade sharing the timeless songs of ABBA with audiences of all ages and cultures. A high energy and vibrant stage show, the tribute recreates the amazing music and legacy of the Swedish Super Group with powerful vocals, talented musicians, costumes and story telling. Ticket includes 3 course dinner, show fee & dancing until midnight. Reservations Required.

Beerlesque | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Beerlesque IV; 6:00PM-11:00PM @ Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre – Exhibition Hall & Performance Theatre (181 Roundhouse Mews), Vancouver
$49
An Adult Carnival for the Senses! An annual fundraising event for Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Society. This event is a celebration of burlesque and BC craft beer, in partnership with Vancouver Craft Beer Week, the premier beer event presenter in Vancouver. Join us to sample some of BCs best craft beer while delighting in sassy and unique performances by some of Vancouvers most talented and gorgeous burlesque artists. Other unique entertainment will include a live band and more. All proceeds go to Roundhouse Community programs. Ticket is inclusive of all entertainment and beer.

Halloween at FlyOver Canada; 10:00AM-9:00PM @ FlyOver Canada (201-999 Canada Place), Vancouver
$16.95; other pricing in effect
This Halloween, Broomelda is back and ready to lead all aspiring witches and wizards through the Haunted Witches Academy at FlyOver Canada. Graduating is easy…. Just survive! Meet with Broomelda to uncover the secret on how to graduate and then make your way through the spookily hunted hallways before taking off on a spellbinding flight across Canada! All surviving graduates receive their very own Official Witch Academy diploma!

Musical RENT | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Flourishing Age Entertainment presents RENT: Sing with Soul; 8:00PM @ Orpheum Annex (823 Seymour St, 2nd floor), Vancouver
$18.25-39.25
The performance is produced by 2 student producers from Entertainment Business Management at Vancouver Film School. They collaborate with 2 experienced talents: Craig Decarlo and Christopher King as the director and music director. 8 incredible actors: Chelsea Rose Tucker, Matt Hume, Jennifer Suratos, Hal Wesley Rogers, Nathan Houle, Theo Budd, Imelda Gaborno and Tristan ‎Pearson bring the unique staging and brand new performing. Two additional shows: October 11; 2:00PM & 8:00PM

2014 Vancouver International Film Festival; September 26 – October 10 @ various venues
various prices + $2 VIFF Membership fee (must be 18+); passes and other pricing in effect
Final day! As one of the largest film festivals in North America, VIFF brings Vancouver audiences some of the best films from around the globe. The international line-up includes the pick of the world’s top film fests and many undiscovered gems. This fall, the 33rd annual Vancouver International Film Festival welcomes some of the world’s finest films to one of the most beautiful cities on the planet. For 16 days, almost 365 films from over 70 countries will play on nine screens. Plus: Dozens of directors, writers and actors will be on hand for insightful—and occasionally provocative—post-screening Q&A sessions. See the website for the full event schedule!

The Rainmaker | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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The Rainmaker; 8:00PM @ Pacific Theatre (1440 West 12th Ave), Vancouver
$31.50
Lizzie’s hopes and dreams have run as dry as the barren fields of her family’s drought-ridden ranch. When the charismatic Starbuck appears one windless night selling the promise of rain, Lizzie must decide: is he a con man, or does he hold the key to everything she desires? A beautifully crafted prairie romance about faith, hope, and the possibility of love.

Murder by Misadventure; 8:00PM @ Deep Cove Shaw Theatre (4360 Gallant Ave), North Vancouver
$18; other pricing in effect
Harold Kent and Paul Riggs are writing partners who specialize in writing murder mysteries.  The problem is Harold is not happy with his lazy and drunk partner so, along with his nervous wife, he plots a way to end the partnership.  Permanently.  Everything seems to be going without a hitch but, as per usual, the road to success is filled with many obstacles and challenges. Unforeseen things happen with a surprise twist at the end.


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Saturday October 11th

Sins of the City Walking Tour | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Sins of the City Walking Tour; 11:00AM-1:00PM @ Vancouver Police Museum (240 East Cordova St), Vancouver
$20; other pricing in effect
Experience the world of a cop in the 1920s when Vancouver was a seething hub of sex, drugs, booze and organized crime. Your 90-minute walking tour takes you through the streets and alleys of Chinatown on the lookout for brothels, bootlegging joints, gambling houses and opium dens. This is a must-see tour for anyone looking for the edgier side of this great city!

Diwali Fest Cooking Classes; 2:00PM-4:00PM @ Roundhouse Community Centre (), Vancouver
$27
Celebrating 11 years of multiculturalism, join Diwali Fest (formerly Vancouver Celebrates Diwali). Discover Diwali at this cultural extravaganza through traditional and contemporary song and dance performances, rangoli designs, diya painting, family workshops, and more! Get a taste of something new in the Diwali Fest food fair, or find something unique and handmade in our vendor bazaar. Diwali Fest offers all-inclusive education, inspiration, and entertainment for all ages. We’re getting into the Diwali spirit through some exciting and tasty cooking classes! Learn how to make authentic South Asian cuisine just in time for Diwali!

Orphan Thanksgiving; 7:00PM @ undisclosed location
$40
The cozy holiday sweater of secret suppers, with all the fixings and drunk uncle speeches. Whether your family is out of town or just not that into celebrating the holidays, Here There recognizes that even those alone need to eat on Thanksgiving! Together with Ballymaloe-trained chef Annabelle Choi (Craftsman & Wolves, Tartine Bakery and former head baker at Matchstick Coffee), we’re celebrating the ones left behind. While chef Annabelle is dishing out the Thanksgiving classics, there will be a cash bar pouring cocktails and a stereo playing solid gold jams. It’s all going down in a secret, cozy, dinner party environment where all you’ll need to worry about is what to be thankful for. With a holiday cocktail cash bar.

Oktoberfest | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Oktoberfest 2014; 7:30PM @ Germany House/Vancouver Alpen Club (4875 Victoria Dr), Vancouver
$30, VIP $80
Cheer with all Oktoberfest fans! The Continentals and Dj Mike Holzhaus will provide you with the best of Ohhmpah pah, classic German Schlager Songs and the top 40’s of today on all 3 designated Oktoberfest weekends.

Introduction to Bird Watching; 10:00AM-12:00PM @ VanDusen Botanical Garden (5151 Oak St), Vancouver
$37 non-member, $27 member
From Anna’s hummingbirds to bald eagles, the Garden is frequented by many species of birds. Join VanDusen’s long-time birding guide, Jeremy Gordon, for the basics on bird watching. He will discuss best birding resources such as binoculars and field guides, share tips on how to identify birds, and highlight hot birding spots in Vancouver. Following the one-hour indoor presentation, he will take the class out for a walk through the Garden: to look for birds and put newly-learned ID skills to use. Dress for the weather and bring binoculars and a field guide if you have them.

Baker’s Market; 11:00AM-3:00PM @ Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre (7646 Prince Albert St), Vancouver
Free
If you have a “sweet tooth”, this is the place for you. Inspired by traditional farmers markets in Vancouver, this market is indoors with lots of free parking. The Baker’s Market welcomes baking enthusiasts, pastry students, mommies & budding entrepreneurs who are keen on selling sweet & savoury baked goodies to the local community.

Carrie| Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Carrie: The Musical; 8:00PM @ Jericho Arts Centre (), Vancouver
$39.25; other pricing in effect
Presented by Fighting Chance Productions. Carrie White is a misfit. At school, she’s an outcast who’s bullied by the popular crowd, and virtually invisible to everyone else. At home, she’s at the mercy of her loving but cruelly over-protective mother. But Carrie’s just discovered she’s got a special power, and if pushed too far, she’s not afraid to use it. Opening weekend and running until October 25, see full schedule here.

The Mandrake; 8:00PM @ The Havana Theatre (1212 Commercial Dr), Vancouver
$20
Presented by Theatre Pandora, The Mandrake, based on the play, “La Mandragola” by Niccolo Machiavelli, often described as the greatest play in the Italian language. This is the story of Callimaco, a young man returning home in order to seduce Lucrezia, the woman of his dreams. However, on discovering that she is married to a local judge, he enlists the help of the conman, Ligurio. Together, they must use all their ruthlessness and trickery to get Callimaco into Lucrezia’s bed. Words tumble and bodies sing as two performers take you into a world of sex, power, and deceit. Machiavelli’s hilarious farce is given a 21st Century make-over in this fast-paced and dynamic retelling.  This performance contains profanity.

Cirque Musica | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra presents: Cirque Musica; 8:00PM @ The Orpheum (601 Smithe St), Vancouver
$31.50-70
A VSO Special! Cirque Musica makes its Vancouver debut! A thrilling concert that blends the world’s greatest Cirque performers with live symphonic music, Cirque Musica will mesmerize and transport you with its dazzling and mysterious beauty. Conductor: Gordon Gerrard.

The 39 Steps; 8:00PM @ Metro Theatre (1370 SW Marine Dr), Vancouver
$23; other pricing in effect
Alfred Hitchcock meets Monty Python! The original Hitchcock film has been reworked into a frantic farce as our hero tries to escape his evil pursuers and the mysterious organization called “The 39 Steps.” Over 150 zany characters are played by a ridiculously talented cast of four.

My Rabbi| Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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My Rabbi; 4:00PM & 8:00PM @ Firehall Arts Centre (280 Cordova St E), Vancouver
$16-32
Vancouver Premiere – A Jew and a Muslim walk into a bar… My Rabbi is a comedic drama about two Canadian best friends who go on spiritual journeys that change their lives forever. A laugh out loud thought-provoking story about the lines that occur between faith and friendship. Arya and Jacob were both born in Saskatoon and have been best friends since high school. Arya’s father is Iranian and his mother is Irish-Catholic. Jacob comes from a long line of rabbis. The unlikely pair laugh at their respective cultural differences; dubbing themselves ‘the Jew and the Muslim’.

BC Lions vs Ottawa Redblacks; 7:00PM @ BC Place (777 Pacific Blvd), Vancouver
$44-129
Enjoy your Thanksgiving weekend with a Canadian Football League game.

Vancouver Canucks vs Edmonton Oilers; 7:00PM @ Rogers Arena (), Vancouver
$69.25-240
The first home game of the 2014-2015 season is here!

UBC Farmer's Market| Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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UBC Farmers’ Market; 9:00AM-1:00PM @ UBC Farm (3461 Ross Drive), University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Kerrisdale Farmers’ Market; 10:00AM-2:00PM @ East Blvd (between W 37th & 41st Ave), Vancouver
Trout Lake Farmers’ Market; 9:00AM-2:00PM @ John Hendry Park (13th Ave between Lakewood & Templeton), Vancouver
West End Farmers’ Market; 9:00AM-2:00PM @ 1100 block Comox St, across from Nelson Park, West End, downtown Vancouver
Lonsdale Quay Farmers’ Market; 10:00AM-3:00PM @ Lonsdale Quay (123 Carrie Cates Court), North Vancouver
River District Farmers’ Market; 10:00AM-3:00PM @ 8683 Kerr St, Vancouver
Burnaby Farmers’ Market; 9:00AM-2:00PM @ North Parking Lot at Burnaby City Hall (4949 Canada Way at Deer Lake Parkway), Burnaby
Fort Langley Village Farmers’ Market; 10:00AM-3:00PM @ St. Andrews Historic Church
(9025 Glover Rd), Langley
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!

 


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Sunday October 12th

Second Sunday Concert| Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Second Sunday Series presents: Cordei Duo: violin & harp; 3:00PM-4:00PM @ Roedde House Museum (1415 Barclay St), Vancouver
$10
Join over the Thanksgiving weekend when Cordei harp and violin duo returns to the parlour.  Presenting a varied program of French repertoire and pieces by celebrated Vancouver composers Michael Conway Baker and Owen Underhill, this award winning duo always plucks exactly the right string. This unique chamber duo, formed in 2012, is quickly becoming one of Vancouver’s premier contemporary ensembles.  Already Albertina and Janna were presented with Jessie Awards for Significant Artistic Achievement following their work together on the multi-award winning Patrick Street Productions of  The Light In The Piazza. This concert is part of a monthly concert series, taking place on the 2nd Sunday of each month, in the afternoon. Come at 1pm, for Tea and Tour before the concert (included in the price of the ticket), or show up right before 3pm for the concert, at your convenience.

7th annual Oppenheimer Park Community Art Show; 12:00PM-6:00PM @ (88 East Cordova St), Vancouver
Free
Many of the works showcase the artists’ diverse interpretations of boundaries.
In addition, the exhibition will unveil petite BONHOMME (little fellow), dozens of small paper maché dolls decorated and painted through community art workshops at Oppenheimer Park and the Carnegie Community Centre. Curated by Carrie Campbell.
View Crossing Boundaries at Gallery Gachet from September 12 – October 26. The gallery is open Wednesday to Sunday.

My Rabbi: Post-show Dialogue; 4:15PM @ Firehall Arts Centre
Free
Open to the general public, regardless of whether you are seeing the show that afternoon.
The Sunday Oct 12 at 3pm performance will include a discussion panel following the show featuring: Laura Duhan Kaplan (Iona Pacific Inter-Religious Centre,  Vancouver School of Theology), Rabbi Dan Moskovitz (Temple Sholom), Rima Berns-McGown (Associate Director, Centre for the  Comparative Study of Muslim Societies and Cultures, SFU). No pre-registration required.

AppleFest| Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Applefest on Bowen Island; 11:00AM-3:00PM @  Davies Heritage Orchard (Cottage 20 Davies Orchard Lane), Bowen Island
Free
Take the ferry over to enjoy Applefest on Bowen Island! Applefest is a free family-friendly country-style festival on Bowen Island with activities for all ages and tastes: music; farmers’ market; a high tea with baked goods; fresh-pressed apple cider; handmade apple pies that you can buy, a museum tour, apple displays and sales, an interpretation display from Metro Vancouver, and the Best Apple Pie on Bowen contest. Once again, the final Bowen Agricultural Alliance Farmers’ Market will be part of the event, with farmers from throughout the island bringing the bounty of their crop — right on time for special Thanksgiving meals. For those who wish to explore a bit more of Bowen, Bowen Island Tours is offering a history walk and a nature walk to Killarney Lake – beautiful in the autumn colours.

A Sustenance Sharing Circle: Understanding the connection between Sustenance, Culture and Ecology; 1:00PM-4:00PM @ Canuck Family Education Society (1661 Napier St), Vancouver
Free
Hosted by Britannia Community Centre & Grandview Woodland Food Connection. Join for an afternoon of intriguing discussion with four animators: Ian Marcuse, Grandview Woodland Food Connection: Ensuring dignified food access that sustains the whole person. Sharon Kallis, executive director of the EarthandGleaners Society: Provides insight into urban agriculture as the production of natural fibres and dyes. Sonja Hebert, artist and urban forager of wild and cultivated medicinal plants: Brings her perspective on her herb inspired contemporary art works. Cease TUy?Tanat Wyss, member of the Squamish nation, and indigenous plant diva/herbalist, new media artist and educator Urban Aboriginal Food Enhancement Coordinator for the Vancouver Native Health Society.
Registration: Ages 16+, required by either phone 604-718-5800(2), in person or online. See full schedule for Sustenance Fesitval (October 5-19) here.

Rebel Women; 2:00PM @ Presentation House Theatre (333 Chesterfield Ave), North Vancouver
$28; other pricing in effect
After a sell out run at the Jericho Arts Centre last January, Rebel Women comes to Presentation House Theatre to entertain. Early 20th century London. A poor cotton mill worker is best friends with the daughter of a Viceroy of India. An illiterate cockney housewife is teaching a Canadian university graduate, a young girl is being coached to convert British Columbia to the cause. Women carry hammers in their muffs. What is going on? War! But war waged as women want it waged. Called to battle by a diminutive, delicate lady, as battle scarred and hardened as any grunt, the front line of the militant suffragettes contained a motley bunch of women. Join these and their fellow rebels as they are swept up in the maelstrom that will alter their lives forever, cause governments to fall, and shape democracy for us all. Click here for full schedule of performances.

Remarkable Women of English Bay Historical Walking Tour| Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photographed (from left to right): old Mrs. Adams, Mrs. James Stark, young Mrs. Adams, and Miss Mary Stark (later Mrs. Harry P. Archibald), ca 1987. Photo Credit: The City of Vancouver Archives

The Remarkable Women of English Bay Historical Walking Tour; 1:00PM-2:30PM meeting outside @ The Sylvia Hotel (1154 Gilford St entrance), Vancouver
$10
Special Women’s History Month tour. Hear stories about the famous and the forgotten women who lived in and visited this historic section of Vancouver. Stroll the beachfront and the streets of the neighbourhood, visit monuments, buildings, houses, former business sites and see rare historical photographs. Tour by Jolene Cumming, Herstory Café. Drop-in only.

Guilty Pleasures Gourmet Tour; 11:00AM meeting @ Kirin Restaurant  (1172 Alberni St), Vancouver
$69 (+ $20 for optional alcoholic pairings)
Our gastronomic adventure begins with savoring dim sum from none other than Kirin Chinese Restaurant – Winner of Vancouver’s Best Dim Sum for six consecutive years by Vancouver Magazine. You’ll visit Vancouver’s gourmet specialty grocer where you will taste award winning cheese and chocolate paired with a local wine. Next, we take you to Vancouver’s most popular Italian Restaurant where you’ll savor their Signature Meatball and fresh burrata paired with 2012 Tinhorn Gewurztraminer. We then take you on a short stroll along Vancouver’s gourmet restaurant street and trendy shopping neighborhood. Then we hop across the street to Hubbub, creator of Vancouver’s Top 10 Sandwiches for their Pulled Pork Sandwich and beer pairing. You’ll learn how this amazing sandwich is made and experience firsthand the magnetic appeal of this majestic sandwich. Finally, happy bellies are treated to a sweet ending with the best gelato and sorbetto on the continent at Bella Gelateria, winner of North America’s best gelato. All food and non-alcoholic beverages are included, alcoholic pairings additional $20/guest.

Farmer's Market| Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Kitsilano Farmers Market; 10:00AM-2:00PM @ 2690 Larch St at W 10th Ave, Vancouver
Ambleside Farmers Market; 10:00AM-3:00PM @ Ambleside (1500 block Bellevue), West Vancouver
Coquitlam Farmers’ Market; 9:00AM-1:00PM @ Dogwood Pavilion (624 Poirier St at Winslow Ave), Coquitlam
Ladner Village Market – Last Day; 10:00AM-4:00PM @ 5028 48 Ave (at Elliot St), Delta
Don’t miss this year’s fresh summer produce at our local farmers’ markets! Check out the markets on Sundays 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!

 


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Monday October 13th (Thanksgiving Monday)

Blue Mondays| Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Blues Mondays featuring Shaun Verrreault; 7:00PM-9:00PM @ Vancouver FanClub (1050 Granville St)
$10
The legendary Blue Mondays live blues show has moved from the Jazz Cellar to the gorgeous and centrally located Vancouver FanClub on Mondays. Enjoy a delicious meal while listening to some of Vancouvers Blues greats including: soul singer Nadine States, multi-Grammy-award-winning guitarist Ken R. Emmerson, harmonica player Harpdog Brown and of course, Rob Montgomery and Friends. This week’s guest: Shaun Verreault with Daryl Havers, OwenRhys Vebber, and Shawn Soucy.

Richmond Night Market; 7:00PM-12:00AM Friday & Saturday | 7:00PM-11:00PM Sunday & Monday @ 8351 River Rd (next to River Rock Casino Resort), Richmond
Enjoy the final evening of the Richmond Night Market!

 



More events on our events calendar here and here. Where will you be this weekend? Leave a comment below, or tweet me at @vikkiwkl!


 

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