Events

Vanier Park’s ‘Paradise Has Many Gates’ Mosque To Come Down

This weekend will be your last chance to see Vancouver Biennale’s Paradise Has Many Gates. The thought-provoking...

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MOV Hosts Micro-exhibition Of Up-and-coming Indigenous Artists

A new exhibition called c??c??wit?l? | helping each other | ch’áwatway has opened at Museum of Vancouver. The...

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CIBC Run For The Cure Goes Virtual

The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) and CIBC are inviting Vancouverites to join the reimagined CIBC Run for the Cure,...

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Museum of Vancouver Hosts Drum Making Workshop on September 20th

The Museum of Vancouver is hosting a Drum Making Workshop on Sunday, September 20th. This hands-on workshop with Join...

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Bard on the Beach Launches 2020 Virtual Programming

Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival announced that it has repurposed its mission for this summer to focus on...

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How To Get A Reservation For Kitsilano Pool

With the weather forecast calling for seven straight days for sun and highs of 31 degrees, Kitsilano’s outdoor...

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Old Hastings Mill Store Museum at Point Grey Road & Alma Needs Your Help

Kitsilano’s Old Hastings Mill Store Museum is in trouble. Vancouver’s oldest building is managed by a...

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Join Canada’s Lifeline During National Blood Donor Week

June 8th to 14th is National Blood Donor Week. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian Blood Services is also reminding...

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Les Amis Du Fromage Hosting Facebook Live Cheese Tasting

Les Amis Du Fromage is getting creative during the COVID-19 crisis. Last month they hosted their first ever Facebook...

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What Are You Going To Miss Most This Summer In Kits?

2020 has become the summer of cancellations and Kitsilano is being hit hard. In early April Bard on the Beach Founding...

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