Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

It’s the last weekend before Christmas!  Looking for ideas?  Check out our top picks for things to do in Vancouver this Friday through Sunday!

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Chor Leoni Men's Choir - All Is Calm | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Chor Leoni Men’s Choir: All Is Calm; December 19 – 21, times vary @ Vancouver Playhouse (600 Hamilton St at Dunsmuir St), downtown Vancouver
$44; other pricing in effect
The Western Front, 1914. Out of the violence comes a silence, then a song.  A German soldier steps into No Man’s Land while singing Stille Nacht, and begins an extraordinary night of camaraderie, music, and peace.  In a fully staged theatrical production marking the 100th anniversary of this miraculous event, Chor Leoni and professional actors tell the true story of the Christmas Truce in the words and songs of the men who lived it.  VERY limited tickets still available through Tickets Tonight.

 


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Friday December 19th

 

 

Christmas at Canada Place | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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27th Annual Christmas at Canada Place; 9:00AM-10:00PM @ Canada Place (999 Canada Place Way), downtown Vancouver
Free admission
Feature the historic Woodward’s Windows displays, Christmas crafts, the Avenue of Christmas Trees, films at Rudolph’s Theatre, and more!  On through December 31st; click the link for more info!

Ventura Opera of New York: Don Pasquale; 7:30PM-9:30PM @ Kay Meek Centre (1700 Mathers Ave), West Vancouver
$20-40
Don Pasquale is the story of a nobleman who has lost perspective in his later years.  Enjoy as Dr. Malatesta, Norina, and Ernesto scheme up a ridiculous fake marriage to show Pasquale how wrong he was not to let true love be.   Don’t miss out on the Opera Celebration After Party featuring The Boom Booms (separate ticket purchase required).

Vancouver Chamber Choir - Handel's Messiah | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Vancouver Chamber Choir: A Dylan Thomas Christmas; 8:00PM @ Ryerson United Church (2205 W 45th Ave at Yew St), Vancouver
$36.75
The VCC’s signature performance of A Dylan Thomas Christmas this year is the centenary of the poet’s birth!  Welsh actor Russell Roberts will be there to bring the Christmas magic to life.

Timberline Country Christmas; 4:00PM-8:00PM @ Timberline Ranch (22351 144 Ave). Maple Ridge
$7; other pricing in effect
Leave the busy city behind, and enjoy the short trip to a 73 acre horse ranch transformed into a Christmas wonderland. Be enchanted by glorious lights, beautiful trees, interactive scenes, lovely music, and delightful activities that remind us of times when Christmas was a lot simpler! Click the link for the daily schedule. On through December 21.

13th Annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Party | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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13th Annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Party; 8:00PM @ Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville St), downtown Vancouver
$45; mandatory Ugly Christmas Sweater dress code in effect.
Celebrate a season of sweateriness with the world’s largest and Original Ugly Sweater Christmas Party.  It’s your opportunity to showcase your ugliest, loudest, jingle-bell-est sweater and help grant a wish for a seriously ill child.  The event promises giveaways, carolling, eggnog chugging, and maybe even a visit from good ol’ Saint Nick himself.  Costume prizes for the Ugliest Sweater, the Most Original Sweater, Best Moustache, and Group Costume.

VSO: A Traditional Christmas; 4:00PM & 7:30PM @ Centennial Theatre (2300 Lonsdale Ave), North Vancouver
$42; other pricing in effect
Metro Vancouver’s most beloved holiday music tradition! Don’t miss this year’s shows all over Metro Vancouver. Click the link for the full programme.

VanDusen Botanical Gardens - Festival of Lights | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – VanDusen Botanical Gardens (facebook)

VanDusen Botanical Garden: 30th Anniversary Festival of Lights; 4:30PM-9:00PM @ VanDusen Botanical Garden (5251 Oak St at W 37th Ave), Vancouver
$15-17.50; other pricing in effect
Experience the Festival of Lights, a frozen winter wonderland with over one million lights decorating the garden. Stroll through themed areas and enjoy the Dancing Lights show on Livingstone Lake, the gnome performances, and the shadow puppet show. Have photos taken with Santa, savour holiday treats, and much more! Take in the magic through January 4. Tickets available through Tickets Tonight.

Robson Square Ice Skating; 9:00AM-11:00PM @ Robson Square (800 Robson St), downtown Vancouver
Free admission; skate + helmet rentals $4
The Ice Rink is open again for the winter season! Skating is free with your own skates, otherwise rentals are available. The rink also features a concession stand with snacks and warm drinks. Open through February 28.

Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Capilano Suspension Bridge (facebook)

Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge; 11:00AM-9:00PM @ Capilano Suspension Bridge
$32.95, other pricing in effect; ticket valid for the whole day
Park guests will also be dazzled by hundreds of thousands of lights glittering throughout the rainforest, across the Suspension Bridge and on Cliffwalk. Featuring a children’s scavenger hunt, gingerbread cookie decorating, sing-a-long carols with the holiday band, create your own Christmas card, and holiday treats in the Winter Pavilion. On through January 3. Get exclusive discounted tickets through Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre!

Heritage Christmas at Burnaby Village Museum; 1:00PM-9:00PM @ Burnaby Village Museum (6501 Deer Lake Ave), Burnaby
Free admission, $2.50 carousel rides
Featuring illuminated displays all over the village, theatre and marionette performances, live music, crafts, storytelling, baking, and visits with Father Christmas! Don’t miss out on the Twelve Days of Christmas Scavenger Hunt! On through January 2.

VSO - Vivaldi's Four Seasons | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Chan Centre for the Performing Arts

VSO: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons; 8:00PM @ Chan Centre for the Performing Arts (6265 Crescent Rd), University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Superb VSO Concertmaster Dale Barltrop performs Vivaldi’s timeless classic, The Four Seasons. This special holiday concert also features baroque and classical gems by Mozart and Handel, and the beautiful Vasks Cantabile for Strings.  Second concert on December 20.  Click the link for more info!

Bright Nights at Stanley Park; 10:00AM-1:45PM/3:00PM-10:00PM @ Stanley Park Miniature Train, Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver
Matinee $6, night train $11; other pricing in effect
During the holiday season, the Bright Nights Train and Plaza at Stanley Park sparkles with three million twinkling lights, decorating the darkness that comes early at this time of year. Partial proceeds from the sale of Bright Nights tickets go to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund, which helps burn survivors and their families. $1.4 million has been raised over the past 16 years. On through January 4!

Holidays At The Vancouver Aquarium | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Vancouver Aquarium

Holidays At The Vancouver Aquarium; 9:30AM-5:00PM @ Vancouver Aquarium (845 Avison Way), Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver
Regular admission rates
Celebrate the holidays with your aquatic friends and experience a winter wonderland like no other! Featuring a giant walk-through Christmas tree in the Ocean Courtyard, Scuba Claus appearances at 11:30AM, the Eel-ectric Lights show, and The Polar Express 4-D Experience! On daily through January 4. Get exclusive discounted tickets from Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre!

Grouse Mountain: Peak of Christmas; 9:00AM-10:00PM @ Grouse Mountain (6400 Nancy Greene Way), North Vancouver
Regular admission rates
See how magical elves have transformed Grouse Mountain into the North Pole where you can have breakfast with Santa, visit his workshop, meet real reindeer or vote for your favourite creation in the Gingerbread Village. Don’t miss out on the mountaintop sleigh rides and skate under the stars in the outdoor skating pond! Full schedule on the website. On through December 24.

5th Vancouver Christmas Market | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Vancouver Christmas Market (facebook)

5th Vancouver Christmas Market; 11:00AM-9:00PM @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza (650 Hamilton St), downtown Vancouver
$7, other pricing in effect; unlimited market re-entry with regular admission
Inspired by traditional European Christmas markets, the Vancouver Christmas Market is the perfect place to get into the spirit of the holiday season by eating delicious food, shopping for authentic gifts, and watching family-friendly entertainment! On through December 24. Check the website for the daily entertainment and vendor list!

Shipyards Christmas Market; 5:00PM-9:00PM @ Lower Lonsdale (19 Wallace Mews), North Vancouver
Free admission
Featuring over 50 local artisans, food trucks, live music and entertainment, and an outdoor light display!

 


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Saturday December 20th

 

Christmas at Canada Place | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Canada Place (facebook)

27th Annual Christmas at Canada Place; 9:00AM-10:00PM @ Canada Place (999 Canada Place Way), downtown Vancouver
Free admission
Feature the historic Woodward’s Windows displays, Christmas crafts, the Avenue of Christmas Trees, films at Rudolph’s Theatre, and more!  On through December 31st; click the link for more info!

21st Annual Women’s Winter Faire; 11:00AM-5:00PM @ Heritage Hall (3102 Main St), Vancouver
$3-5 donations at the door
Plan your last-minute gift shopping at one of the coolest, socially vibrant annual events of the year!  Set in a bustling village square atmosphere, the Faire is a highly anticipated show of creative, funky, beautiful, ecologically-sound and diverse items.  On through December 21; see the website for more details.

Winter Harp | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

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Winter Harp; 7:30PM @ St Andrews-Wesley United Church (1012 Nelson St), downtown Vancouver
$39.25
Three beautiful harps combine with flutes, rare medieval instruments, percussion, poetry and song to wrap you snugly in the silken cloak of Christmas. The musicians, in gorgeous medieval attire, perform rare carols and familiar carols which will have your heart singing.  As one of BC’s most popular holiday shows, this acclaimed ensemble is known for its standing ovations, rave reviews and a record number of sold-out concerts.   Limited tickets available at Tickets Tonight.

Timberline Country Christmas; 9:00AM-8:00PM @ Timberline Ranch (22351 144 Ave). Maple Ridge
$7; other pricing in effect
Leave the busy city behind, and enjoy the short trip to a 73 acre horse ranch transformed into a Christmas wonderland. Be enchanted by glorious lights, beautiful trees, interactive scenes, lovely music, and delightful activities that remind us of times when Christmas was a lot simpler! Click the link for the daily schedule. On through December 21.

Blim Holiday Market | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Blim

Blim Holiday Market; 12:00PM-5:00PM @ The Fox Cinema (2321 Main St), Vancouver
Admission by donation
Vancouver’s favourite arts and craft studio is hosting its indie holiday market, featuring a photo booth with Santa Garfield, handmade accessories, jewellery, vintage, pottery, cards, gifts, sweets and more from local vendors, and free raffle draws for prizes at 2PM & 4PM.  More details at the link!

VSO: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons; 8:00PM @ Chan Centre for the Performing Arts (6265 Crescent Rd), University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Superb VSO Concertmaster Dale Barltrop performs Vivaldi’s timeless classic, The Four Seasons. This special holiday concert also features baroque and classical gems by Mozart and Handel, and the beautiful Vasks Cantabile for Strings.  Click the link for more info!

5th Vancouver Christmas Market | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Vancouver Christmas Market (facebook)

5th Vancouver Christmas Market; 11:00AM-9:00PM @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza (650 Hamilton St), downtown Vancouver
$7, other pricing in effect; unlimited market re-entry with regular admission
Inspired by traditional European Christmas markets, the Vancouver Christmas Market is the perfect place to get into the spirit of the holiday season by eating delicious food, shopping for authentic gifts, and watching family-friendly entertainment! On through December 24. Check the website for the daily entertainment and vendor list!

Robson Square Ice Skating; 9:00AM-11:00PM @ Robson Square (800 Robson St), downtown Vancouver
Free admission; skate + helmet rentals $4
The Ice Rink is open again for the winter season! Skating is free with your own skates, otherwise rentals are available. The rink also features a concession stand with snacks and warm drinks. Open through February 28.

VanDusen Botanical Gardens - Festival of Lights | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – VanDusen Botanical Gardens

VanDusen Botanical Garden: 30th Anniversary Festival of Lights; 4:30PM-9:00PM @ VanDusen Botanical Garden (5251 Oak St at W 37th Ave), Vancouver
$15-17.50; other pricing in effect
Experience the Festival of Lights, a frozen winter wonderland with over one million lights decorating the garden. Stroll through themed areas and enjoy the Dancing Lights show on Livingstone Lake, the gnome performances, and the shadow puppet show. Have photos taken with Santa, savour holiday treats, and much more! Take in the magic through January 4. Tickets available through Tickets Tonight.

Shipyards Christmas Market; 12:00PM-8:00PM @ Lower Lonsdale (19 Wallace Mews), North Vancouver
Nat Bailey Winter Market (to April 25); 10:00AM-2:00PM @ Nat Bailey Stadium (4601 Ontario St), Vancouver
Free admission
Don’t miss this year’s winter produce at our local farmers’ markets! Check out the markets every Saturday for the freshest seasonal produce and products. Featuring live entertainment and a variety of different vendors. A great place to bring the whole family!

Grouse Mountain - Peak of Christmas | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Grouse Mountain

Grouse Mountain: Peak of Christmas; 9:00AM-10:00PM @ Grouse Mountain (6400 Nancy Greene Way), North Vancouver
Regular admission rates
See how magical elves have transformed Grouse Mountain into the North Pole where you can have breakfast with Santa, visit his workshop, meet real reindeer or vote for your favourite creation in the Gingerbread Village. Don’t miss out on the mountaintop sleigh rides and skate under the stars in the outdoor skating pond! Full schedule on the website. On through December 24.

VSO: A Traditional Christmas; 4:00PM & 7:30PM @ Kay Meek Theatre (1700 Mathers Ave), West Vancouver
$42; other pricing in effect
Metro Vancouver’s most beloved holiday music tradition! Don’t miss this year’s shows all over Metro Vancouver. Click the link for the full programme.

Bright Nights at Stanley Park | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Georgia Straight

Bright Nights at Stanley Park; 10:00AM-1:45PM/3:00PM-10:00PM @ Stanley Park Miniature Train, Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver
Matinee $6, night train $11; other pricing in effect
During the holiday season, the Bright Nights Train and Plaza at Stanley Park sparkles with three million twinkling lights, decorating the darkness that comes early at this time of year. Partial proceeds from the sale of Bright Nights tickets go to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund, which helps burn survivors and their families. $1.4 million has been raised over the past 16 years. On through January 4!

Holidays At The Vancouver Aquarium; 9:30AM-5:00PM @ Vancouver Aquarium (845 Avison Way), Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver
Regular admission rates
Celebrate the holidays with your aquatic friends and experience a winter wonderland like no other! Featuring a giant walk-through Christmas tree in the Ocean Courtyard, Scuba Claus appearances at 11:30AM, the Eel-ectric Lights show, and The Polar Express 4-D Experience! On daily through January 4. Get exclusive discounted tickets from Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre!

Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Capilano Suspension Bridge

Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge; 11:00AM-9:00PM @ Capilano Suspension Bridge
$32.95, other pricing in effect; ticket valid for the whole day
Park guests will also be dazzled by hundreds of thousands of lights glittering throughout the rainforest, across the Suspension Bridge and on Cliffwalk. Featuring a children’s scavenger hunt, gingerbread cookie decorating, sing-a-long carols with the holiday band, create your own Christmas card, and holiday treats in the Winter Pavilion. On through January 3. Get exclusive discounted tickets through Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre!

Heritage Christmas at Burnaby Village Museum; 1:00PM-9:00PM @ Burnaby Village Museum (6501 Deer Lake Ave), Burnaby
Free admission, $2.50 carousel rides
Featuring illuminated displays all over the village, theatre and marionette performances, live music, crafts, storytelling, baking, and visits with Father Christmas! Don’t miss out on the Twelve Days of Christmas Scavenger Hunt! On through January 2.

Dundarave Festival of Lights - Christmas Wassail and Bonfire | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Dundarave Festival of Lights

Dundarave Festival of Lights; 3:00PM-9:30PM @ Dundarave Village & Dundarave Beach, West Vancouver
Free admission
Join the West Vancouver community in the Christmas Wassail and Bonfire tonight.  Bring your family and friends and celebrate the longest day of the year.

Last Chance Craft Fair; 11:00AM-5:00PM @ Croatian Cultural Centre (3250 Commercial Dr), Vancouver
$5 admission; early bird tickets are free!
Get all of your last minute shopping needs sorted and see over 150 talented artisans and crafters from all over the lower mainland and BC.  Partial proceeds go to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. F irst 50 entrants each day receive a free swag bag loaded with goodies! On through December 21.

 

 


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Sunday December 21st

 

 

21st Annual Winter Solstice | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Secret Lantern Society (facebook)

21st Annual Winter Solstice; times vary @ various locations in downtown Vancouver
$5 suggested donation
Featuring the Labyrinth of Light on Granville Island and Yaletown, lantern making workshops, live performances, and a Chinese winter solstice celebration at Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden.  Click the link for more details!

Timberline Country Christmas; 1:00PM-8:00PM @ Timberline Ranch (22351 144 Ave). Maple Ridge
$7; other pricing in effect
Leave the busy city behind, and enjoy the short trip to a 73 acre horse ranch transformed into a Christmas wonderland. Be enchanted by glorious lights, beautiful trees, interactive scenes, lovely music, and delightful activities that remind us of times when Christmas was a lot simpler! Click the link for the daily schedule. On through December 21.

Christmas at Canada Place | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Canada Place (facebook)

27th Annual Christmas at Canada Place; 9:00AM-10:00PM @ Canada Place (999 Canada Place Way), downtown Vancouver
Free admission
Feature the historic Woodward’s Windows displays, Christmas crafts, the Avenue of Christmas Trees, films at Rudolph’s Theatre, and more!  On through December 31st; click the link for more info!

21st Annual Women’s Winter Faire; 11:00AM-5:00PM @ Heritage Hall (3102 Main St), Vancouver
$3-5 donations at the door
Plan your last-minute gift shopping at one of the coolest, socially vibrant annual events of the year!  Set in a bustling village square atmosphere, the Faire is a highly anticipated show of creative, funky, beautiful, ecologically-sound and diverse items.  On through December 21; see the website for more details.

3rd Annual River Distrcit Winter Craft Fair | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – River District

River District Winter Craft Fair; 11:00AM-4:00PM @ River District Centre (8683 Kerr St), Vancouver
Free admission
The last indoor Winter Craft Fair for the year!  Featuring a variety of different vendors with lots of handmade goodies.  Click the link for the full list of vendors.

Vancouver Chamber Choir: A Charlie Brown Christmas; 3:00PM @ Ryerson United Church (2205 W 45th Ave at Yew St), Vancouver
$36.75
If you missed last year’s A Charlie Brown Christmas you won’t want to miss this year, with actors Joel Garner, Pippa Johnstone and Amitai Marmorstein, plus jazz duo Jodi Proznick and Tilden Webb.  Featuring a special guest appearance of the Vancouver Youth Choir conducted by Carrie Tennant.

VanDusen Botanical Gardens - Festival of Lights | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – VanDusen Botanical Gardens (facebook)

VanDusen Botanical Garden: 30th Anniversary Festival of Lights; 4:30PM-9:00PM @ VanDusen Botanical Garden (5251 Oak St at W 37th Ave), Vancouver
$15-17.50; other pricing in effect
Experience the Festival of Lights, a frozen winter wonderland with over one million lights decorating the garden. Stroll through themed areas and enjoy the Dancing Lights show on Livingstone Lake, the gnome performances, and the shadow puppet show. Have photos taken with Santa, savour holiday treats, and much more! Take in the magic through January 4. Tickets available through Tickets Tonight.

VSO: A Traditional Christmas; 4:00PM & 7:30PM @ Michael J Fox Theatre (7373 Macpherson Ave), Burnaby
$42; other pricing in effect
Metro Vancouver’s most beloved holiday music tradition! Don’t miss this year’s shows all over Metro Vancouver. Click the link for the full programme.

5th Vancouver Christmas Market | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Vancouver Christmas Market (facebook)

5th Vancouver Christmas Market; 11:00AM-9:00PM @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza (650 Hamilton St), downtown Vancouver
$7, other pricing in effect; unlimited market re-entry with regular admission
Inspired by traditional European Christmas markets, the Vancouver Christmas Market is the perfect place to get into the spirit of the holiday season by eating delicious food, shopping for authentic gifts, and watching family-friendly entertainment! On through December 24. Check the website for the daily entertainment and vendor list!

Robson Square Ice Skating; 9:00AM-9:00PM @ Robson Square (800 Robson St), downtown Vancouver
Free admission; skate + helmet rentals $4
The Ice Rink is open again for the winter season! Skating is free with your own skates, otherwise rentals are available. The rink also features a concession stand with snacks and warm drinks. Open through February 28.

Holidays At The Vancouver Aquarium | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Vancouver Aquarium

Holidays At The Vancouver Aquarium; 9:30AM-5:00PM @ Vancouver Aquarium (845 Avison Way), Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver
Regular admission rates
Celebrate the holidays with your aquatic friends and experience a winter wonderland like no other! Featuring a giant walk-through Christmas tree in the Ocean Courtyard, Scuba Claus appearances at 11:30AM, the Eel-ectric Lights show, and The Polar Express 4-D Experience! On daily through January 4. Get exclusive discounted tickets from Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre!

Shipyards Christmas Market; 12:00PM-6:00PM @ Lower Lonsdale (19 Wallace Mews), North Vancouver
Port Moody Winter Farmers Market (til April 26)
; 10:00AM-2:00PM @ Port Moody Recreation Complex (300 Ioco Rd), Port Moody
Free admission
Don’t miss this year’s produce and artisanal products at our local farmers’ markets! Check out the markets on Sundays for the freshest seasonal produce and products. Featuring entertainment and a variety of different vendors.  A great place to bring the whole family!

Last Chance Craft Fair | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Vancouver Candle Company – Photo Credit – Great Canadian Craft (facebook)

Last Chance Craft Fair; 11:00AM-5:00PM @ Croatian Cultural Centre (3250 Commercial Dr), Vancouver
$5 admission; early bird tickets are free!
Get all of your last minute shopping needs sorted and see over 150 talented artisans and crafters from all over the lower mainland and BC.  Partial proceeds go to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. F irst 50 entrants each day receive a free swag bag loaded with goodies!

Heritage Christmas at Burnaby Village Museum; 1:00PM-9:00PM @ Burnaby Village Museum (6501 Deer Lake Ave), Burnaby
Free admission, $2.50 carousel rides
Featuring illuminated displays all over the village, theatre and marionette performances, live music, crafts, storytelling, baking, and visits with Father Christmas! Don’t miss out on the Twelve Days of Christmas Scavenger Hunt! On through January 2.

Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge | Things To Do In Vancouver This Weekend

Photo Credit – Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge

Canyon Lights at Capilano Suspension Bridge; 11:00AM-9:00PM @ Capilano Suspension Bridge
$32.95, other pricing in effect; ticket valid for the whole day
Park guests will also be dazzled by hundreds of thousands of lights glittering throughout the rainforest, across the Suspension Bridge and on Cliffwalk. Featuring a children’s scavenger hunt, gingerbread cookie decorating, sing-a-long carols with the holiday band, create your own Christmas card, and holiday treats in the Winter Pavilion. On through January 3. Get exclusive discounted tickets through Tourism Vancouver’s Visitor Centre!

Bright Nights at Stanley Park; 10:00AM-1:45PM/3:00PM-10:00PM @ Stanley Park Miniature Train, Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver
Matinee $6, night train $11; other pricing in effect
During the holiday season, the Bright Nights Train and Plaza at Stanley Park sparkles with three million twinkling lights, decorating the darkness that comes early at this time of year. Partial proceeds from the sale of Bright Nights tickets go to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund, which helps burn survivors and their families. $1.4 million has been raised over the past 16 years. On through January 4!

 

 


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