Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

This is the first weekend of the Talking Stick Festival, the last weekend of the JFL Northwest Comedy Festival, there’s a film festival dedicated to mountains, and Snoop Dog graces the city with his presence.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Ticket Giveaway – Fan Expo 2019

We’re giving away 2 deluxe passes to attend FAN EXPO Vancouver at the Vancouver Convention Centre West on March 1st to March 3rd.

To be eligible, simply post a comment below and be automatically entered to win. We’ll select the lucky winner on February 25th and will notify the winner by email.

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Ticket Giveaway – Fan Expo 2019

5 Not-to-Be-Missed Speakers at The Growing Room Festival 2019


Hannah McGregor, creator of podcasts: Secret Feminist Agenda and Witch Please | Image by Christopher M Turbulence

By Rachel Rosenberg

The Growing Room Festival was founded in 2017 by Room Magazine and every March since it has brought Canadian authors and artists together to converse, educate and collaborate as they discuss feminism in all its intersectional glory. Most panels and readings are pay-what-you-can to ensure accessibility, and writing workshops and one-on-one manuscript consultations are offered.

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5 Not-to-Be-Missed Speakers at The Growing Room Festival 2019

Multi-media show celebrates the life of African-American poet Gwendolyn Brooks

A musical salute to the first African-American to win the Pulitzer Prize is coming to the Chan Centre.

On Sunday, Feb. 24, Chicago’s Manual Cinema presents No Blue Memories: The Life of Gwendolyn Brooks. The multimedia production features shadow puppets, video projection, and a six-piece live band. Find out more about Brooks and the show dedicated to her below.

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Multi-media show celebrates the life of African-American poet Gwendolyn Brooks

Highlights of this year’s Vancouver International Dance Festival

Dairakudan’s Pseudo human Super Human by Hiroyuki Kawashima.

This year’s Vancouver International Dance Festival features a ton of premieres, as well as the return of audience favourite Dairakudakan.

Taking place March 4 – 30, the nearly month-long program features performances by both internationally revered artists and lauded Vancouver performers. See below for some highlights.

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Highlights of this year’s Vancouver International Dance Festival

Get Moving & Eating – March 2019 Vancouver Wellness Events

Whether you’re training for a marathon, wanting to chill out with some yoga and a pint, or sit down to some healthy comfort food to ward off the chill, Vancouver is where you want to be in March 2019! Check out these great upcoming events!

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Get Moving & Eating – March 2019 Vancouver Wellness Events

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

This weekend JFL Northwest begins, bringing international comedians to Vancouver stages and showcasing some of Vancouver’s best and most hilarious talent. The Vancouver Opera also kicks off their vintage feast for the eyes and ears with La Bohème.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend