Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend: April 5, 2018

Wander under the pink canopies of the Cherry Blossom Festival this weekend, and make your way to a photography festival, Norwegian dance, international burlesque, drag queen comedy, a discussion and film about Muhammad Ali’s historical significance, or get slushy up at Grouse Mountain.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend: April 5, 2018

Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: March 29, 2018

Have a very happy long weekend of hunting eggs in parks and on mountaintops, an indoor carnival, a visit from a filmmaker, a whole lot of music, two fabulous drag shows and a full blue moon.

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Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: March 29, 2018

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend: March 8, 2018

A female-focused film festival, a rugby game, and Luke Skywalker’s actual light saber are all things you can see if Vancouver this weekend – and that’s just what’s new! The JFL Northwest Comedy Festival, theΒ  Chutzpah! Festival and the Vancouver International Dance Festival are all still filling the city with laughter, music, and creativity; so catch it all while you still can.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend: March 8, 2018

5 reasons to visit the Vancouver Farmers Market during the Winter

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Thought you could only get farm-fresh local fruits, veggies, eggs, and meats during the summer? Think again! Vancouver Winter Farmers Markets are a great opportunity to shop for farm-to-table goodness every Saturday and Sunday during the winter season.

On Saturdays, Nat Bailey Stadium is transformed into a food-lovers paradise when 70+ farmers and merchants flock to the stadium for BC’s largest winter farmers market. Featuring winter veggies, eggs, cheeses, breads, and craft alcohol, it’s a great place to shop for your weekly groceries. If you miss Saturday’s affair, you can also check out the Sunday market at Hastings Park. Located near the PNE Fairgrounds, this market features over 20 vendors hawking their delicious seasonal goods.

Need a few more reasons to check out the winter farmers markets? Check out five more reasons to visit below!

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5 reasons to visit the Vancouver Farmers Market during the Winter

Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: Feb. 22, 2018

This weekend you can watch people throw each other around in three very different ways. In descending order of gracefulness: BalletBC has a production of Romeo and Juliet, Compagnia BaccalΓ  are circus runaways in town with a comedic and acrobatic show, and WWE and all of their break-away folding chairs arrive on Friday to inspire some glittery sign-making.

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Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: Feb. 22, 2018

Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: Feb. 15, 2018

This weekend we are ringing in the Lunar New Year! To celebrate I suggest you pet a lot of dogs (because it’s the Year of the Dog, and also because dogs are fun to pet), watch some colourful lion dances, and wander through some lanterns to light your way toward spring. During all the New Year festivities, you have the opportunity to widen your cultural exploration even further with Aboriginal and Jewish performing artsΒ  – the Talking Stick Festival and Chutzpah! will set you up and inspire you.

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Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: Feb. 15, 2018

Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: Feb. 8, 2018

This Family Day weekend there’s a lot to do for families, couples, and all by your fab self. Comedy shows, music from New Zealand, films about the rugged outdoors, local music awards, and an art project for all ages about multiple universes should get you started on this journey further into February.

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Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: Feb. 8, 2018