Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Fall Series Goes Online November 20-29

VIMFF Fall Series Online

Photo via vimff.org

The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) is a Vancouver tradition, screening dozens of films each November and February. For the first time, VIMFF’s Fall Series is an online event, streaming from November 20th to 29th. It includes over 20 films and live presentations about rock climbing, skiing, and outdoor adventures spread across five shows.

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Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Fall Series Goes Online November 20-29

Fall Ecology Events Around Vancouver (In-Person and Online)

Nature's Edge Boardwalk at Capilano Suspension Bridge

Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

Spend some time learning about the natural world or volunteering to restore the environment this fall. Remove invasive species, learn about the ocean, go bird watching, or gaze at the stars. With lots of online and in-person ecology events happening in the Vancouver area, there’s something for everyone.

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Fall Ecology Events Around Vancouver (In-Person and Online)

24th Eastside Culture Crawl Offers Customized Festival Experience with Live & Virtual Programming Options

“Hypebae” by Kayan Hamadeh. Image courtesy of the artist

Vancouver’s Eastside Arts District invites audiences to experience the creative resilience of the visual arts community during the newly expanded 24th annual Eastside Culture Crawl, taking place across two consecutive weekends: November 12–15 and November 19–22, 2020. Continue reading:
24th Eastside Culture Crawl Offers Customized Festival Experience with Live & Virtual Programming Options

Part III Programming of Vancouver Fringe Mini Festival

The Vancouver Fringe Theatre Society has released the programming for the Fringe Festival’s third offering, which takes place from Thursday, October 29 to Sunday, November 8 on Granville Island at Performance Works with a maximum capacity of 50. Continue reading:
Part III Programming of Vancouver Fringe Mini Festival

Guest Member Interview: Playland at the PNE

Playland at the PNE joins us to chat about all-things Slayland: Night of a Thousand Screams, and the ways they’re set up to keep things safe and spooky for the whole family this Halloween Season.

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Guest Member Interview: Playland at the PNE

7 Safe and Spooky Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Vancouver


Seeing as we’ve all been wearing masks for the last eight months, it feels a bit like the entire year has been leading up to Halloween 2020. With so much lead up to the spookiest time of year, we’re itching for ways to safely celebrate, and show off our festive face coverings. Things may be a little different this time around, but why should that scare us away from participating in a safe, and socially distanced All Hallows’eve? Whether you’re planning on a family outing to Gastown, or creeping through a haunted house with a couple of your best ghouls, these are the Vancouver events that have Oujia boards rattling in anticipation. Continue reading:
7 Safe and Spooky Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Vancouver

Bill Reid Gallery: Resurgence – Indigiqueer Identities

Two Spirits at the Carnival Stations of the Cross. By Levi Nelson, Oil, acrylic on canvas, 2019. Private collection.

The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents the exhibition Resurgence: Indigiqueer Identities, curated by Jordana Luggi – which celebrates the deeply personal and profound work of four emerging artists – and their unique identities and stories as queer Indigenous people, on display October 21, 2020 – January 24, 2021. Continue reading:
Bill Reid Gallery: Resurgence – Indigiqueer Identities