Sing to the Season with Q Choir

Image courtesy of Q Choir

By Rachel Rosenberg

The holidays are coming! ‘Tis the season for twinkly lights, spending time with loved ones and enjoying feelings of merriment. One way to experience joyful feelings is with singing, and Q Choir is looking to help with that. On Sunday, December 15th, this queer-centered choir will be performing alongside non-binary drag show-stopper Rose Butch at The Warehouse (550 Malkin Ave).

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Sing to the Season with Q Choir

[CLOSED] WIN Fast Pass Tickets to the Vancouver Christmas Market

A beloved holiday tradition for locals and visitors alike, the Vancouver Christmas Market is back with  authentic German sweets, treats, and treasures. Continue reading:
[CLOSED] WIN Fast Pass Tickets to the Vancouver Christmas Market

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

The sleigh bells have begun, the colourful lights have turned on, and it’s time to start scheduling all the holiday sparkle, Christmas markets, and Santa visits you can handle from now until the end of December. Canyon Lights, Peak of Christmas, Aurora, Glow Gardens and more begin this weekend, alongside favourites like East Van Panto, Indigenous Fashion Week, and Fuse all happen this weekend as well!

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Christmas for Free in Metro Vancouver

Gingerbread Lane at the Hyatt Regency. PHOTO CREDIT: John Lee.

The Christmas season is all about spending. But I’m not talking about money; I’m talking about spending quality time with friends and family. The bottom line is there’s no need to max out your credit cards if you’re looking for festive fun in and around our city––you just need to know where those experiences are. Continue reading:
Christmas for Free in Metro Vancouver

Share Joy and Sparkle at the VanDusen Festival of Lights

VanDusen festival of lights

Are you ready to jump into the holiday season? Mark your calendars to share the joy and wonder of the VanDusen Festival of Lights, a magical winter wonderland with over one million lights sparkling around VanDusen Botanical Garden from November 30 to January 5.

A beloved holiday season event for Vancouverites, the Festival of Lights is back for another year of holiday cheer. I’ve been attending since I was a child, and it’s 100% my favourite holiday season tradition. Here’s what to expect for 2019!

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Share Joy and Sparkle at the VanDusen Festival of Lights

Christmas on stage in Metro Vancouver

The Arts Club production of Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley. Photo Credit: David Cooper.

It’s that time of year when I put on my Santa hat, speckle my beard with holly berries and eat mince pies like a Yule-crazed Cookie Monster. But, more importantly, it’s also the time when I dive headfirst into creating the latest edition of my Vancouver Christmas Guide, a pop-up annual site that celebrates all the festive season activities you can do in and around the city. Continue reading:
Christmas on stage in Metro Vancouver