From the Polar Bear Swim on January 1 to the Festival of Lights in late December, festivals and other exciting events are happening all the time in Vancouver.
Remember that things do change, so be sure to confirm dates and times before making travel plans.
Tickets for many events can be purchased from Tickets Tonight.
Thursday, February 28, 2013 - Saturday, March 23, 2013
(Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
- Venue: Revue Theatre
- Location: Revue Theatre
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Marcus Youssef has a "difficult" relationship with his mother, Rolene. When the playwright discovers a storage locker full of her journals, he begins to delve into her history-and his own. Filled with humour, tension, and affection, How Has My Love Affected You? questions the nature of familial obligation: what do we owe to each other, and what do we owe to ourselves?
How much do you know about the Polar Bear? From March 14-19 at the Pacific Centre, the Coca-Cola Arctic Home will be on display to dramatically demonstrate how climate change is affecting the polar bears. The installation will feature a large-scale reproduction of an Inuit sculpture of a polar bear mother and her cub, and visitors will be encouraged to show their polar bear pride and take act...
Calling all dancers! New this Spring Break, Fort Langley is offering a hip-hop dance class with instructor Emma Willey (2012 Dancer of the year, Shine Dance Festival North Vancouver). Twist, turn and twirl, and learn the art of hip-hop, both for new and experienced dancers. Hip-Hop Spring Break Dance Camp at Fort Langley National Historic Site March 18 - 22, 10:00AM - 3:00PM daily Ope...
James Hart, Exhibition The Dance Screen (The Scream Too) November 2012 to March 9, 2014 In late 2009, artist James Hart began designing a large-scale sculpture titled The Dance Screen (The Scream Too) and began carving the work in 2010. This ambitious project brings together many of the principal animal figures from traditional Haida stories, especially creatures that depend on salmon for t...
The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC explores compelling new pairings of timeless treasures in Pleased to Meet You: Introductions by Gwyn Hanssen Pigott from November 3, 2012 to March 24, 2013. The internationally acclaimed potter has combed MOA's collection of artefacts and created groupings based solely on colour, form, shape, and pattern, imbuing new aesthetic perspectives by removing histor...
Wednesday, May 04, 2011
- Venue: Rogers Arena
- Location: Rogers Arena
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For 15 years, Rogers Arena has been thrilling and entertaining fans. For 15 years, our Vancouver Canucks have battled on the ice in the race to capture the title of Stanley Cup Champions. For 15 years, we have staged the best entertainment the music industry has to offer. We have opened our doors and welcomed over 21 million people. We have even reveled in Olympic gold when the Canadian women's a...
During the week of Spring Break drop in to Fort Langley NHS to see if you have what it takes to survive as a fur trader! Learn to start fire the traditional way with flint & steel at 11am. Participate in the “Fur Trader time trials” at 12:30 and test your skills carrying fur bales. At 2pm hear the bang of musket fire echo through the fort. Bake bannock over the open fire at 3pm and...
Pick up your scavenger clues and start the hunt! Explore the Village searching for the clues left behind by the storybook characters. When you think you're done, stop in at the General Store to see if you have earned a prize. Join in the fun at the Real Estate office where the storybook toys are hosting a tea party. After that take a ride or two on the carousel.
The medium of watercolour is one of the most challenging used by artists. After the pigment has been placed on paper, change is not possible and the artist must possess considerable skill to achieve his or her artistic goal. Two major artists working in British Columbia in the first half of the twentieth century used watercolour extensively: Emily Carr and Charles John Collings. At the Vancouve...