Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend
Add some (pumpkin?) spice to this sunshine-filled fall weekend with our top picks for things to do in Vancouver this Friday to Sunday!

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Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Come Fly AboveUSA at FlyOver Canada, Until Nov. 30 (Free Ticket Giveaway!)

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See both AboveUSA and FlyOver Canada back-to-back for a limited time only!

FlyOver Canada is proud to present “AboveUSA”, a flight ride experience from the same team that brought you the popular “Flight of the Dragon” ride film featured at FlyOver Canada in early 2014.

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Come Fly AboveUSA at FlyOver Canada, Until Nov. 30 (Free Ticket Giveaway!)

Disney on Ice Presents, Let’s Party!, Nov. 26 -30 (Free Ticket Giveaway!)

photo: ©Disney/Pixar, ©Feld Entertainment

photo: ©Disney/Pixar, ©Feld Entertainment

Make an ordinary day extraordinary when Disney On Ice presents Let’s Party! brings more than 50 Disney characters from 16 beloved Disney stories together in Vancouver for one colossal party on ice! This fun-filled show features a magical montage of celebrations, holidays and festivals from around the globe set to a blend of contemporary music and favorite Disney songs, playing at the Pacific Coliseum at the PNE from November 26 – 30.

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Disney on Ice Presents, Let’s Party!, Nov. 26 -30 (Free Ticket Giveaway!)

Football, Street Parties and Cheerleaders: Grey Cup Festival Comes to Vancouver, Nov. 27-30

Photo credit: Gord McKenna | Flickr

Photo credit: Gord McKenna | Flickr

The 2014 Grey Cup – the biggest game on the CFL calendar – is coming to Vancouver’s B.C. Place Stadium, Sunday, Nov. 30.  But for fans, the CFL excitement starts well before that with the 2014 Grey Cup Festival, a full lineup of parties and street fests, parades, tailgating experiences and more, Nov. 27-Nov. 30.

The biggest event on the schedule (apart from the game itself) is the Telus Street Festival, Nov. 27-Nov. 29 at Canada Place in downtown Vancouver.  The free party, which kicks off at 11 .m. each day, features live music on the main stage starting at 3 p.m., highlighting top acts from Vancouver and beyond like Delhi 2 Dublin, The Boom Booms and Humans. There’s also interactive games, street food and the Nissan Family Zone at Jack Poole Plaza for kid-friendly fun.

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Football, Street Parties and Cheerleaders: Grey Cup Festival Comes to Vancouver, Nov. 27-30

Experience Metis culture and dance this Saturday

Yvonne Chartrand as Sara Riel. Edward Poitras photo.

Yvonne Chartrand as Sara Riel. Edward Poitras photo.

Experience Metis culture this Saturday with an evening at the Roundhouse that recognizes Metis leader Louis Riel.

On Nov. 15, Vancouver dance company Compaigni V’ni Dansi presents Sara Riel: The Long Journey. It’s a contemporary dance piece set inside of a visual installation, and explores the life of Sara Riel, sister to Louis Riel, who was hung for treason in Regina, Saskatchewan, on Nov. 16. 1885.

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Experience Metis culture and dance this Saturday