Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

What do a thrilling dream flight over stunning Icelandic landscapes, a public sexy Latin American dance lesson, and a non-linear, post-modern manifesto have in common? You guessed it – you can catch all of them (and more) in Vancouver this weekend!

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

This weekend’s events theme: fancy footwork! Vancouver International Dance Festival kicks off today, Rugby Sevens takes over BC place on Saturday and Sunday, and the Canucks are busy with two home games. If you’re more into moving your own feet, register for the West Van Run – 5KM and 10KM routes around Ambleside Beach. All of this and more on the go in Vancouver this weekend!

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Transgender Vancouver Artists Collaborate in ‘Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women’

By Rachel Rosenberg

From March 12–21, 2020, join performers Josie Boyce, Carolynn Dimmer, Amy Fox, Quanah Napoleon, Morgane Oger, Sabrina Symington and Julie Vu at Firehall Arts Centre (280 East Cordova Street). These extraordinarily talented transgender women come to the show from a variety of backgrounds; with resumes boasting varied professional experiences such as musician, writer, actor, mental health worker, tech industry consultant and a Miss International Queen contestant.

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Transgender Vancouver Artists Collaborate in ‘Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women’

Your 2020 Vancouver Wellness Bucket List (July to December)

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Photo: Grouse Mountain

Now that you’ve had a chance to sort out your 2020 Vancouver wellness bucket list for January to June, it’s time to plan ahead for the rest of the year. (I know. It’s not even Spring yet, but it’s never to early to mark your calendar for something fun!) Wellness comes in many forms, and there’s something unique for everyone throughout the year.

This is your Vancouver wellness bucket list for July through December.

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Your 2020 Vancouver Wellness Bucket List (July to December)

5 ways to celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8, 2020) in Vancouver

international womens day in vancouver

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Sunday, March 8th, is International Women’s Day, which celebrates all those who identify as women with events and activities around the world.

This year, the theme of the day is “Each for Equal”, which highlights creating an equal world to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women’s achievements.

To celebrate International Women’s Day on or before March 8th, why not take part in one of the activities taking place in Vancouver listed below?

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5 ways to celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8, 2020) in Vancouver

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

You’ve been waiting four years for this day, and it’s finally here!! ..Okay, so maybe you haven’t been waiting, but it’s here anyway so may as well get excited! What will you do with your Leap Day? How about the day before, or the day after? Don’t have any ideas? You can have some of ours.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

What’s happening in theatre in March: Pooh for kids, Mine for teens, Tailbone for adults and more

Mine. Claire Haigh photo.

A new play that looks at mother-son relationships through a gaming perspective is among the theatre highlights for March. Also, look for the Arts Club’s production of the award-winning Carried Away on the Crest of a Wave, about the devastation wrought by the 2004 tsunami.

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What’s happening in theatre in March: Pooh for kids, Mine for teens, Tailbone for adults and more