4 Vancouver Summer Festivals Going Digital in July

Davie Village is at the centre of the annual Vancouver Pride Parade and Festival (Tourism Vancouver/Michael Song).

Summer in Vancouver is usually so packed with cultural festivals and celebrations that it’s informally known as festival season. While many of our city’s usual events have understandably cancelled, to make way for a bigger and better comeback in 2021, some festivals will be keeping us entertained in a virtually re-imagined style. Here’s 4 to you can enjoy from anywhere in the world.

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4 Vancouver Summer Festivals Going Digital in July

Vancouver Queer Film Festival Shifts to Digital Platform

The 32nd Vancouver Queer Film Festival has adapted to an online format to offer at-home audiences the best in independent queer cinema experience. VQFF will include workshops, artist Q&As, panels, watch parties and – most importantly – the feeling of gathering with friends and kin.
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Vancouver Queer Film Festival Shifts to Digital Platform

Indian Summer Festival Goes Digital for it’s 10th Anniversary

Indian Summer Festival (ISF), Vancouver’s ‘festival for the curious mind’, marks its 10th anniversary by innovating and transforming itself into a spectacular digital season. Continue reading:
Indian Summer Festival Goes Digital for it’s 10th Anniversary

Vancouver Pride 2020 Will Go Ahead as a Virtual Reimagining!

Pride is both protest and party, critical and celebratory, and an absolute core of Vancouver’s essence. For 2020, Vancouver Pride Society has reimaged Pride celebrations by going virtual!
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Vancouver Pride 2020 Will Go Ahead as a Virtual Reimagining!

Finally, an Online Dance Party for Older Adults

So you’re over 55, you’re feeling cooped up, and you want to get your groove on. But maybe you’d rather connect with some folks your own age rather than jumping in with a bunch of 20-40-somethings. West Point Grey Community CentreTrout Lake Community Centre and Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre have collaborated to create an online dance classes for the 55+ community.

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Finally, an Online Dance Party for Older Adults

Join the Vancouver Queer Film Festival’s First Online Watch Party

Let’s stay in for a movie! Pop some corn, grab any drink you like, and you don’t even have to put on pants for this Vancouver Queer Film Festival (VQFF) event. Using the newly created “Netflix Party”, join the VQFF team for a social viewing where we can all watch, share, and chatter to each other on Thursday April 16th.

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Join the Vancouver Queer Film Festival’s First Online Watch Party

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Are you counting the time, or are you making the most of the time you have? Right now, there’s opportunity for participating in and experiencing magic, music, comedy, colouring, science and the arts. Here are just some of the local events and resources for you to check out this weekend, so have a laugh, be challenged, create something, and make the most of your time!

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend