Filming in Vancouver: The Mighty Ducks, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, A Million Little Things, and more

Kiernan Shipka stars in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

In this week’s roundup of what’s going on in Vancouver’s screen scene, we’ve got a new TV series starting up while two other series call it a wrap. And a horror movie is on the horizon.

So it seems it’s hockey night in Vancouver—a TV version of a ’90s sports comedy-drama franchise gets underway today.

Two TV series complete shooting all episodes for their second seasons.

But one is an ensemble drama about a circle of friends continuing on after the loss of one of them while the other is a supernatural horror about a teenager learning to develop her bewitching abilities.

Speaking of horror, something unnerving is about to creep this way in a few months and we’ve got a few details about that.

So to find out more about all of these things, see you after the jump.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Mighty Ducks, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, A Million Little Things, and more

March Into Wellness – Your Guide to March 2020 Events in Vancouver

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Photo: Vancouver Lookout

It’s a leap year, which means you’ve got an extra day to keep your 2020 wellness goals on track! Leap into March 2020 at these fitness and wellness events in Vancouver.

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March Into Wellness – Your Guide to March 2020 Events in Vancouver

Review – JFL Northwest presents Maria Bamford at the Vogue Theatre

Maria Bamford performed on the opening night of JFL Northwest.

JFL Northwest kicked off last night, and this IV blogger was fortunate enough to catch Maria Bamford’s set at the Vogue. More on that in a bit.

In the meantime, tickets are still available for many of the shows. Among the headliners with shows between now and the festival’s Feb. 25 closing are Bill Burr (Feb 20), Hannah Gadsby (Feb 25), Patton Oswalt (Feb 22), and a live version of the podcast How Did This Get Made (Feb 20). Visit JFLnorthwest.com for a full lineup and tickets.

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Review – JFL Northwest presents Maria Bamford at the Vogue Theatre

5 Family day long weekend easy hikes and adventures that everyone can enjoy

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The weather forecast is a mixed bag for the Family Day long weekend in Vancouver, but no matter the weather – there’s always something to enjoy!

One of the easiest and most fun ways to celebrate Family Day this weekend is to gather together and spend some extra time in nature. Luckily for us, there are plenty of walking and hiking trails in Vancouver that provide endless opportunities no matter the skill level or weather forecast.

If you’re looking for a few suggestions on where to spend some time with your family or loved ones this long weekend, check out the 5 ideas listed below!

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5 Family day long weekend easy hikes and adventures that everyone can enjoy

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

This weekend’s all about feelin’ the love – and not just with your main squeeze! Thanks to the Family Day long-weekend, you’ve got an extra day to get out there for some quality time with the special people in your life. Are your weekend plans in a bit of a rut? Spice things up with some of these events.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Family activities at this weekend’s Fan Expo Vancouver

With BC Family Day long weekend approaching, what better way than to spend it with nerds of all ages at the annual Fan Expo Vancouver? There are family rates, and kids under six get in free (kids from six-10 too, just go to the end of the post to see how you can get a coupon).

This year’s event takes place from Feb. 15-17, Sat-Mon, at the Vancouver Convention Centre. It features a full range of celebrity guests and comic-book creators (find out more here), cosplayers, exhibitors and more. Read on to learn about the Family Zone and see some great pics from previous Fan Expos.

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Family activities at this weekend’s Fan Expo Vancouver

Last chance to get tickets to these Vancouver International Wine Fest Winery Dinners!

The Vancouver International Wine Festival (Feb 21-March 1) approacheth. With seminars, special events, minglers, and sit-down dinners, as well as an international tasting room, the annual event is one of the city’s most anticipated, at least by oenophiles.

The dinners are an especially hot ticket. Along with a tasty way to learn more about wine, they offer a chance to network with professionals in the food and wine industry and enjoy a special dinner prepared by some of the city’s best chefs. Each dinner focuses on a different participating winery in the festival, and builds their menu around the wines paired during the dinner.

While many of the dinners are sold out, some still have spots available. Note: tickets to these events are only available until 11:59 p.m. tonight, Feb. 13.

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Last chance to get tickets to these Vancouver International Wine Fest Winery Dinners!