Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

We’ve hit that point in the year, where most Vancouverites wake up before the sun rises, and leave work after it sets. Any you know what that means; the holiday lights are up! With the sun’s neglect of our hemisphere, the communities come together to make sure there’s colour and light, and this weekend is no exception.

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Friday November 30

Bubbles by Tangible

Bubbles by Tangible
Where: Vancouver Aquarium
What: The Vancouver Aquarium is decorated for the season with a new interactive experience. Get playful surrounded by bobbing bubbles, glimmering lights, and soothing sounds of the deep blue in the Underwater Dolphin Gallery. Watch special guest, Scuba Claus, don his flippers and dive with the colourful cold-water creatures at 12:30 p.m. daily until Dec. 24.
Runs until: January 6, 2018

The Metamorphosis

The Metamorphosis
Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
What: This exhibition ties together provocative themes and ideas of change undertaken in more than forty remarkable contemporary works selected from the Gallery’s collection. With its title inspired by Franz Kafka’s 1915 novella, The Metamorphosis invokes a compelling human and creative desire to explore oneself and the world. Kafka’s literary classic follows the experience of a man who, upon waking up, finds himself transformed into a giant insect. This exhibition looks at Kafka’s themes by way of visual art that addresses physical, spiritual and cultural transformation.
Runs until: March 17, 2019

Christmas Tree Lighting

Christmas Tree Lighting
Where: Robson Square
What: Watch four magnificent holiday trees, one of which is 76 feet tall, come alive with light. This free family-friendly event features live entertainment and music, free cookies and hot chocolate, and a visit from Santa.

East Van Panto: The Wizard of Oz

East Van Panto: The Wizard of Oz
Where: York Theatre
What: When a pipeline bursts, Dorothy and Toto are flung to the magical Land of Oz – Nanaimo and Hastings. There, Dorothy is pursued by a Wicked Witch, meets a trio of new friends, and embarks on a magical journey to the World’s Greenest City in search of brains, heart, courage…and yoga pants! Remember: there’s no place like Poco, there’s no place like Poco!
Runs until: January 6, 2019

Blood From Stone

Blood From Stone
Where: Scotiabank Dance Centre
What: This performance is nspired by past and present stories of Vancouver’s Blood Alley. Tales of the alley’s past are woven together with its present day lived experiences and perceptions to create a hybrid reality where fact and fiction become blurred.
Runs until: Sunday December 30, 2018

This Duet We’ve Already Done (So Many Times)

This Duet We’ve Already Done (So Many Times)
Where: The Cultch
What: An iPad for music, speakers, projectors. A chair, a few pairs of shoes, whisky, water, and glasses. Frédérick Gravel, whose talent and audacity cross borders, joins the fierce and fiery Brianna Lombardo in this intimate and electrifying show. At the controls of an exhilarating playlist, the multidisciplinary artist is spreading his rock vision of the inexhaustible theme of love. They look at each other, play, dance for each other, creating a tableau in which movement portrays the poetry of everyday life.
Runs until: Saturday December 1, 2018

The Windmill Project

The Watermill Project
Where: Museum of Vancouver
What: Multi-talented vocalist and arranger Sara Kim brings traditional south Korean music into the world of contemporary jazz. Kim modernizes traditional South Korean songs that beautifully span a wide range of genres and traditional Korean culture including folk songs, children’s lullabys and the country’s national anthem.

The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
Where: Pacific Theatre
What: The Pacific Theatre’s signature production of the C.S. Lewis classic is back and, like Aslan, it’s on the move. A splendidly theatrical invention that captivates the adult imagination as powerfully as a child’s with its rich themes and unforgettable images.
Runs until: Saturday December 29, 2018

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre
What: In 2000 Joe Bonamassa released his debut album A New Day Yesterday, which was produced by the legendary Tom Dowd who was known for recording notable artists such as Eric Clapton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Rod Stewart. The debut album received favorable reviews and reached the No. 9 spot on the US Billboard Top Blues Albums. The album also featured several cover songs by many of Bonamassa’s favorite artists such as Jethro Tull, Free, and Albert King.
Runs until: Saturday December 1, 2018


 

Saturday December 1

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VanDusen Garden Festival of Light
Where: VanDusen Garden
What: Wander through an enchanted garden alight for the holidays. There are dancing lights, a carousel, warm food and drinks, and more to spark imaginations of all ages.
Runs until: January 6, 2019

Trolley Karaoke Christmas Lights Tour

Trolley Karaoke Christmas Lights Tour
Where: Stanley Park
What: Get in a trolley and sing karaoke Christmas carols while touring holiday lights. I don’t think you can get any more festive than this.
Runs until: Saturday December 29, 2018

Winter Dance on Robson Street (day 1 of 2)
Where: 1155 Robson
What: A fusion of live and digital dance complemented by innovative technology to create a unique holiday experience amid the hustle and bustle of Robson Street. The short, whimsical story will be projected onto the facade of the John Robson Building while live dancers can also be found performing in the windows of neighbouring storefronts that are enhanced with special augmented reality features.

Etsy Vancouver Market
Where: Wesbrook Mall
What: A craft market, balloon display, photos with Santa and a scavenger hunt.
Runs until: Sunday December 2, 2018

Pale Waves

Pale Waves
Where: Venue
What: An indie pop band from Manchester.

Daniel Bolshoy Classical Guitar Recital

Daniel Bolshoy Classical Guitar Recital
Where: Pyatt Hall
What: A young musician from Ottawa.

The Marías

The Marías
Where: The Rickshaw
What: The psychedelic-soul lovechild of LA native, Josh Conway and Puerto Rican-bred, Atlanta-raised María.

Pacific Arts Market

Pacific Arts Market
Where: 1448 West Broadway
What: Works from over 40 local artists on sale, as well as food and a bar.


 

Sunday December 2

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Shake Up: Preserving What We Value

Shake Up: Preserving What We Value
Where: Museum of Anthropology
What: The exhibition will bring to light the convergence of earthquake science and technology with the rich Indigenous knowledge and oral history of the living cultures represented in MOA’s Northwest Coast collection. Beyond scientific discoveries, knowledge of earthquakes and natural disasters has been passed down through generations throughout many cultures, including those of the Northwest Coast First Nations. Also as part of the exhibition, visitors will have the opportunity to see the majestic poles of the Great Hall undergo conservation, many for the first time in 40 years.
Runs until: Fall 2019

Winter Dance on Robson Street (day 2 of 2)
Where: 1155 Robson
What: A fusion of live and digital dance complemented by innovative technology to create a unique holiday experience amid the hustle and bustle of Robson Street. The short, whimsical story will be projected onto the facade of the John Robson Building while live dancers can also be found performing in the windows of neighbouring storefronts that are enhanced with special augmented reality features.

Santa Claus Parade
Where: Downtown Vancouver
What: Watch marching bands, dance troupes, festive floats and community groups go by. In the spirit of giving, the free, family-fun event is also one of the largest food and fundraising events for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society and the CKNW Kids’ Fund.

Sebastian Maniscalco
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre
What: Chicago-area born, Italian-immigrant-raised comedian behind wildly successful network specials including last year’s Sebastian Maniscalco: Why Would You Do That?, What’s Wrong With People?, and Aren’t You Embarrassed?

Her Stories: Nettie Wild introduces Chloe Zhao’s The Rider

Her Stories: Nettie Wild introduces Chloe Zhao‘s The Rider
Where: VanCity Theatre
What: Her Stories (Women Call the Shots)is a series of films directed by women, selected and presented by contemporary women filmmakers. he Rider is a love story about a boy (rodeo rider Brady Blackburn) and his horse, Apollo. Cautioned that his competition career is over after an accident, Brady has to reconcile himself to a new life, away from the bright lights.


 

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Diwali Festival

Diwali Festival
Where: Various locations
What: Celebrated across the world, Diwali is the biggest, brightest and most popular event in the Indian calendar. The word diwali means “row of lighted lamps”, with light symbolizing the triumph of good over evil, prosperity over poverty and knowledge over ignorance. At the core of Diwali Fest’s mandate is the objective of breaking cultural barriers and encouraging participation from all communities.
Runs until: Friday November 30, 2018

BC High School Football Championships

BC High School Football Championships
Where: BC Place Stadium
What: The stadium will host the Quarter-Finals on Saturday, November 17th, the Semi-Finals on Saturday, November 24th, and the prestigious Subway Bowl Championship Finals on Saturday, December 1st.
Runs until: Saturday December 1, 2018

The Enemy

The Enemy
Where: Firehall Arts Centre
What: In this contemporary interpretation of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People, a female Dr. Stockman discovers contamination in the community’s water source and is branded an enemy and accused of destroying the local economy. Economic benefits vs. Community health and well-being.
Runs until: Saturday December 1, 2018

This Duet We’ve Already Done (So Many Times)

This Duet We’ve Already Done (So Many Times)
Where: The Cultch
What: An iPad for music, speakers, projectors. A chair, a few pairs of shoes, whisky, water, and glasses. Frédérick Gravel, whose talent and audacity cross borders, joins the fierce and fiery Brianna Lombardo in this intimate and electrifying show. At the controls of an exhilarating playlist, the multidisciplinary artist is spreading his rock vision of the inexhaustible theme of love. They look at each other, play, dance for each other, creating a tableau in which movement portrays the poetry of everyday life.
Runs until: Saturday December 1, 2018

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre
What: In 2000 Joe Bonamassa released his debut album A New Day Yesterday, which was produced by the legendary Tom Dowd who was known for recording notable artists such as Eric Clapton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Rod Stewart. The debut album received favorable reviews and reached the No. 9 spot on the US Billboard Top Blues Albums. The album also featured several cover songs by many of Bonamassa’s favorite artists such as Jethro Tull, Free, and Albert King.
Runs until: Saturday December 1, 2018

Etsy Vancouver Market
Where: Wesbrook Mall
What: A craft market, balloon display, photos with Santa and a scavenger hunt.
Runs until: Sunday December 2, 2018

European Union Film Festival
Where: The Cinematheque
What: The Cinematheque’s annual celebration of new cinema from the European Union is proudly presented with the Vancouver consulates and the Ottawa embassies of the member states of the European Union and the Delegation of the European Union to Canada.
Runs until: Tuesday December 4, 2018

Naked Napi
Where: Sum Gallery
What: New work by Siksika artist Adrian Stimson – the first solo exhibition since winning the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts earlier this year. In this site-specific installation of sculpture, drawings, and paintings, Stimson re-imagines the traditional Siksika (Blackfoot) tales of Napi in the present and challenges the colonial erasure of Indigenous bodies, power, and sexual histories.
Runs until: Saturday December 8, 2018

Hir

Hir
Where: Vancouver Civic Theatre’s Annex
What: Directed by Richard Wolfe, the “audacious and uproarious black comedy” (New York Times) explores the dynamics of a dysfunctional family dealing with PTSD, identity crises, and contemporary gender politics. The play’s absurd realism is provocatively entertaining, following the life and relationships of Isaac, a war veteran who returns to the suburbs to find a household in chaos. Isaac must learn to find balance between a disabled patriarch, a liberated mother, and a newly out transgender teen in this timely and subversive work.
Runs until: Saturday December 8, 2018

Patricia Piccinini’s Curious Imaginings

Patricia Piccinini’s Curious Imaginings
Where: The Patricia Hotel
What: The hyperrealist “world of oddly captivating, somewhat grotesque, human-animal hybrid creatures” will be the artist’s first exhibition in a non-museum setting, transforming a wing of the 105-year-old Patricia Hotel. Situated in Vancouver’s oldest and continually changing neighbourhood of Strathcona, Piccinini’s immersive sculpture experience will “challenge us to explore the social impacts of emerging biotechnology and our ethical limits in an age where genetic engineering and digital technologies are already pushing the boundaries of humanity.”
Runs until: Saturday December 15, 2018

Merry Kiss-mas – an Improvised Parody
Where: 1502 Duranleau Street
What: An improvised parody romantic comedy that celebrates all the inane clichés and funny awkward moments you’d expect to see in any popular TV holiday-themed special or films. The improvised ‘plot’ and characters are driven by suggestions from you, the audience.
Runs until: Monday December 24, 2018

Vancouver Christmas Market

Vancouver Christmas Market
Where: Jack Poole Plaza
What: Celebrate a German-inspired Christmas market with a very Vancouver ocean side mountain view. Wander the market’s winding alleys and discover authentic German delicacies: sizzling sausages, two warming Glühwein (mulled wine) locations, old world confections and handcrafted gifts.
Runs until: Monday December 24, 2018

Trolley Karaoke Christmas Lights Tour

Trolley Karaoke Christmas Lights Tour
Where: Stanley Park
What: Get in a trolley and sing karaoke Christmas carols while touring holiday lights. I don’t think you can get any more festive than this.
Runs until: Saturday December 29, 2018

The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
Where: Pacific Theatre
What: The Pacific Theatre’s signature production of the C.S. Lewis classic is back and, like Aslan, it’s on the move. A splendidly theatrical invention that captivates the adult imagination as powerfully as a child’s with its rich themes and unforgettable images.
Runs until: Saturday December 29, 2018

Aurora Winter Festival
Where: Concord Pacific Place
What: Escape into a mythical village by the North Pole filled with captivating light displays and magical characters. There are market huts, food gardens, amusement rides, live entertainment, a frozen river to skate on, and a Santa Clause to visit.
Runs until: Sunday December 30, 2018

Blood From Stone

Blood From Stone
Where: Scotiabank Dance Centre
What: This performance is nspired by past and present stories of Vancouver’s Blood Alley. Tales of the alley’s past are woven together with its present day lived experiences and perceptions to create a hybrid reality where fact and fiction become blurred.
Runs until: Sunday December 30, 2018

Miss Bennet
Where: Arts Club Theatre
What: A holiday confection filled with classic Jane Austen charm, Miss Bennet is a modern sequel about the bookish middle child of the Bennets. While Mary starts to dream of a new life beyond her boisterous family, an unexpected visitor at the Darcy household could spell romance.
Runs until: Sunday December 30, 2018

A Charlie Brown Holiday Double Bill
Where: Waterfront Theatre
What: The holiday sell-out,A Charlie Brown Christmas, is back and playing in a special double bill feature withYou’re a Good Man Charlie Brown. Both of these lively musical adaptations feature a live jazz trio.
Runs until: Sunday December 30, 2018

Blind Date
Where: BMO Theatre Centre
What: Mimi goes on a blind date with a different man every night—plucked right out of the audience. Straight from sold-out runs in New York, London’s West End, and Toronto, this is a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants fusion of clown, improv, theatre, and social experiment.
Runs until: Sunday December 30, 2018

Bacio Rosso

Bacio Rosso
Where: Queen Elizabeth Park
What: An intimate, fully immersive evening of cirque, comedy and cuisine. Guests are seated in the heat of the action with jugglers, contortionists, trapeze artists, magicians, singers and clowns weaving together an evening of magic and laughter. The entertainment is all combined with a delicious 4-course gourmet menu designed by local award winning chef Adam Pegg of La Quercia.
Runs until: Monday December 31, 2018

Heritage Christmas

Heritage Christmas
Where: Burnaby Village Museum
What: Romp through heritage-themed old fashioned decorations of wreaths with red bows,  seasonally decorated eco-sculptures and the challenge of a Twelve Days of Christmas scavenger hunt.
Runs until: Friday January 4, 2019

Grouse Mountain Peak of Christmas

Grouse Mountain Peak of Christmas
Where: Grouse Mountain
What: See how elves have transformed Grouse Mountain into Vancouver’s own North Pole where you can have breakfast with Santa, visit his workshop, go skating on a pond, snowshoeing through lights, and night skiing or snowboarding.
Runs until: Sunday January 6, 2019

VanDusen Garden Festival of Light
Where: VanDusen Garden
What: Wander through an enchanted garden alight for the holidays. There are dancing lights, a carousel, warm food and drinks, and more to spark imaginations of all ages.
Runs until: Sunday January 6, 2019

Christmas at FlyOver Canada

Christmas at FlyOver Canada
Where: FlyOver Canada
What: Fly like Santa this Christmas on a magical flight across Canada. After meeting some of Santa’s elves, Chestnut and Pinecone, you’ll join them as they take flight across Canada looking for their fellow elves. You may even get a sneak peek of Santa’s Workshop as you soar over the North Pole.
Runs until: Sunday January 6, 2019

Lights of Hope

Lights of Hope
Where: St. Paul’s Hospital
What: Since 1998, St. Paul’s Foundation has illuminated the streets with a breathtaking display of Christmas lights in support of Lights of Hope.
Runs until: Sunday January 6, 2019

Bubbles by Tangible

Bubbles by Tangible
Where: Vancouver Aquarium
What: The Vancouver Aquarium is decorated for the season with a new interactive experience. Get playful surrounded by bobbing bubbles, glimmering lights, and soothing sounds of the deep blue in the Underwater Dolphin Gallery. Watch special guest, Scuba Claus, don his flippers and dive with the colourful cold-water creatures at 12:30 p.m. daily until Dec. 24.
Runs until: Sunday January 6, 2019

East Van Panto: The Wizard of Oz

East Van Panto: The Wizard of Oz
Where: York Theatre
What: When a pipeline bursts, Dorothy and Toto are flung to the magical Land of Oz – Nanaimo and Hastings. There, Dorothy is pursued by a Wicked Witch, meets a trio of new friends, and embarks on a magical journey to the World’s Greenest City in search of brains, heart, courage…and yoga pants! Remember: there’s no place like Poco, there’s no place like Poco!
Runs until: Sunday January 6, 2019

In/Flux: Art of Korean Diaspora
Where: Museum of Vancouver
What: The exhibition will feature selected works of Jin-me Yoon, Junghong Kim, and Jin Hwa Kim, artists originally from the Republic of Korea now based in the Vancouver area. Carefully curated selections of photography, traditional calligraphy, and ceramics will be on display, all telling the stories of the complexities of Canadian identity and belonging.
Runs until: Sunday January 6, 2019

Interface: The Woven Artwork of Meghann O’Brien

Interface: The Woven Artwork of Meghann O’Brien
Where: Bill Reid Gallery
What: Known for her ability to work in miniature and with very fine stitching, Kakwaka’wakw and Haida artist Meghann O’Brien uses her artwork to both explore her Northwest Coast cultural heritage, and rebuild and maintain bonds with her community. She disrupts what is often seen as a distinct order between the contemporary and traditional by looking at how they are in conversation with each other in a non-linear way.
Runs until: January 9, 2019

Body Language: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest

Body Language: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest
Where: Bill Reid Gallery
What: Explore the rich history and artistry of Indigenous tattooing, piercing and personal adornment on the Northwest Coast. These five contemporary Indigenous artists are at the forefront of the revival of Indigenous tattooing in BC. They are reclaiming traditional techniques and traditional rights to be tattooed, and building awareness of the significance and protocols around the tattooing traditions.
Runs until: January 13, 2019

Guo Pei: Couture Beyond

Guo Pei: Couture Beyond
Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
What: In her theatrical, extravagant creations, Guo Pei combines contemporary aesthetics, production methods and materials with ancient tradition, evoking Chinese history and mythology in her craft techniques, fabric selection and imagery. The exhibition provides a comprehensive overview of her evolution as a designer as well as her contribution to global fashion culture.
Runs until: January 20, 2019

Dana Claxton: Fringing the Cube

Dana Claxton: Fringing the Cube
Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
What: The first-ever survey of the work of provocative Vancouver-based Hunkpapa Lakota (Sioux) artist Dana Claxton, featuring photography, film, video and performance documentation that traces nearly thirty years of Claxton’s career and her investigations into Indigenous identity, beauty, gender and the body.
Runs until: February 3, 2019

The Metamorphosis

The Metamorphosis
Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
What: This exhibition ties together provocative themes and ideas of change undertaken in more than forty remarkable contemporary works selected from the Gallery’s collection. With its title inspired by Franz Kafka’s 1915 novella, The Metamorphosis invokes a compelling human and creative desire to explore oneself and the world. Kafka’s literary classic follows the experience of a man who, upon waking up, finds himself transformed into a giant insect. This exhibition looks at Kafka’s themes by way of visual art that addresses physical, spiritual and cultural transformation.
Runs until: March 17, 2019

A Curator’s View: Ian Thom Selects

A Curator’s View: Ian Thom Selects
Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
What: A showcase of the span of the gallery’s rich permanent collection through an exhibition of nearly ninety works including paintings, drawings, photographs, and sculptures. Since the Gallery’s establishment in 1931, its permanent collection has become the most comprehensive resource for visual culture in British Columbia. Building on the collection’s historical and contemporary strengths, the Gallery continues to steward acquisitions through donation and purchase.
Runs until: March 17, 2019

Marking the Infinite: Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia

Marking the Infinite: Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia
Where: Museum of Anthropology
What: Showcasing for the first time in MOA’s history a presentation of all-women artists, this exhibition features the artworks of nine Aboriginal women, who are all celebrated artists from tiny remote communities across Australia’s deserts and tropical north. Encompassing a wide range of subjects from the natural to sublime and from minute organisms to vast celestial bodies, the exhibition invites visitors to explore the immutable tension between the universal and the specific, and discover the power of traditional Indigenous knowledge in an increasingly digital world.
Runs until: March 31, 2019

Fitness For All

Fitness For All
Where: 1100 West Georgia Street
What: Chinese contemporary art collective Polit-Sheer-Form Office (PSFO) has produced a five-piece set of exercise equipment specially designed for the Vancouver public. The artists’ decree suggests that establishing a more collective self-awareness fosters inclusivity and collaboration within a community.
Runs until: March 31, 2019

In a Different Light

In a Different Light
Where: Museum of Anthropology
What: More than 110 historical Indigenous artworks and marks the return of many important works to British Columbia. These objects are amazing artistic achievements. Yet they also transcend the idea of ‘art’ or ‘artifact’. Through the voices of contemporary First Nations artists and community members, this exhibition reflects on the roles historical artworks have today. Featuring immersive storytelling and innovative design, it explores what we can learn from these works and how they relate to Indigenous peoples’ relationships to their lands.
Runs until: Spring 2019

Hastings Park Farmers Market

Hastings Park Farmers Market
Where: Hastings Park
What: Find a weekly selection of locally grown fruit and veggies, farm fresh meat, eggs and dairy products, fresh baked sourdough bread and treats, craft beer, wine and spirits, artisanal prepared food, local crafts, hot coffee and food trucks.
Runs until: April 28, 2019 (Sundays)

Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives

Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives
Where: Museum of Vancouver
What: This exhibition delves into the life stories of local animals and plants—how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city. Scenic design, videos, taxidermy, crowd-sourcing technologies, and the display of natural specimens breathe life into these tales of co-habitation. The immersive nature of the exhibition, including hands-on activities, encourages visitors to examine their relationship with nature, think about momentarily disconnecting from their devices, and find equilibrium with the natural world around them.
Runs until: July 2019

Making Waves: The Story and Legacy of Greenpeace
Where: Vancouver Maritime Museum
What: With humble beginnings in Vancouver, Greenpeace has grown into a large organization with offices in 40 countries. The NGO has protested numerous causes: whaling, deforestation, mining, genetic testing, and nuclear testing. Explore this exhibit that goes from their first voyage from Vancouver to Amchitka to protest Nuclear testing on an old fishing vessel to how cities, government, and industry today are developing new policies, technologies, and sustainable practices to ensure the preservation of our environment.
Runs until: September 9, 2019

Shake Up: Preserving What We Value

Shake Up: Preserving What We Value
Where: Museum of Anthropology
What: The exhibition will bring to light the convergence of earthquake science and technology with the rich Indigenous knowledge and oral history of the living cultures represented in MOA’s Northwest Coast collection. Beyond scientific discoveries, knowledge of earthquakes and natural disasters has been passed down through generations throughout many cultures, including those of the Northwest Coast First Nations. Also as part of the exhibition, visitors will have the opportunity to see the majestic poles of the Great Hall undergo conservation, many for the first time in 40 years.
Runs until: Fall 2019

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