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DTES Street Market - Vancouver

300 Carrall Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6A 0A7
Toll-free
Phone778-323-5415

Weekly on Sunday January 11, 2015 to Sunday January 3, 2016

A great flea market in the heart of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Operating for almost 5 years at Pigeon Park, our event has over 150 vendors and thousands of customers every Sunday. The market vendors are all from the low income population of the DTES, and display found items and local arts and crafts in a garage sale type atmosphere.

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Sharing Our Stories Exhibit - North Vancouver

3203 Institute Road
North Vancouver, British Columbia
V7K 3E5
Toll-free
Phone604-990-3700

Daily from October 25, 2014 to March 28, 2015

The exhibit, Sharing Our Stories, features oral histories and memory boxes highlighting the experiences of some of our Canadian Iranian residents. They speak to why they chose to live here, and about their challenges creating new lives on the North Shore.

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Force Majeure - Whistler

4335 Blackcomb Way
Whistler, British Columbia
V0N 1B4
Toll-free
Phone604-395-8410

Wednesday, February 04, 2015

Ruben Östland's Golden Globe nominated dramatic comedy Force Majeure will hit the screen at Millennium Place Theatre for two special screenings to celebrate the launch of the Whistler Arts Council's new state-of-the-art theatre projector, which was funded by a grant from the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation. The Cannes 2014 Jury Prize-winning movie takes place at a ski resort in the French Alps, and the avalanche featured in the film was shot in British Columbia. The film takes a stark look at masculinity, society's intolerance of male weakness, and women's expectations of men.

There will be an all-ages screening at 6:30 pm and a 19+ screening at 9:00 pm with a licensed theatre.

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BC Family Day - World Play Day - Langley

19705 Fraser Highway
Langley, British Columbia
V3A 7E9
Toll-free
Phone604-530-4492

Monday, February 09, 2015

What is your family doing on the Family Day holiday? Join us at Willowbrook Shopping Centre for our World Play Day event from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm for a day of fun!

This indoor, kid-friendly event will feature fun multiculturalism activities, demonstrations, and exhibits.

Highlights include: Entertainment Zone; featuring dance, music, and sports demonstrations from cultures across the world like Highland dancing, Karate, and African storytelling. Arts & Craft Zone, LEGO Zone, Exhibitors, Flavours of the World. Plus a special contest; the first 500 children to complete Willowbrook's event passport will receive a goodie bag and all completed passports will be entered for a chance to win a fabulous kid's prize package. Full contest rules and regulations on-site.

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Family Day Burnaby - Vancouver

Burnaby Village Museum
Vancouver, British Columbia
V5G 3T6
Toll-free
Phone604-419-0377

Monday, February 09, 2015

Celebrate BC's Family Day at the Burnaby Village Museum. This program is designed for families with young children.

Enjoy the antics of a children's entertainer, get creative with a children's art activity, join in some heritage games, AND unlimited carousel rides!

Drop-ins are welcome provided there is space. Pre-register to avoid disappointment.

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Heritage Week 2015 - Vancouver

Various Locations
Vancouver, British Columbia
V7T 1A4
Toll-free
Phone604-428-7243

Daily from February 16, 2015 to February 22, 2015

Heritage BC is proud to announce the new theme for Heritage Week 2015 in British Columbia - Main Street: At The Heart of the Community. The week kicks off with the national Heritage Day designated by Heritage Canada The National Trust.

Hundreds of communities, large and small, enjoy downtown Main Streets with historic buildings. We recognize heritage as a vital asset to attract tourists, stimulate investment and provide a rich and lively setting for a vibrant mix of social and commercial exchange.

Stay tuned for more about how communities across BC are celebrating their downtowns - large and small!

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Lunar New Year Celebrations 2015 - Richmond

The Golden Village
Richmond, British Columbia
V6X 3V7
Toll-free
Phone

Thursday, February 19, 2015

From extravagant multi-course feasts at acclaimed Chinese restaurants to poignant spiritual celebrations at the largest Chinese Buddhist temple in North America, it's easy to see why USA Today declared Richmond, BC as one of the top places to celebrate Chinese New Year. With more residents of Chinese ancestry than any other Canadian city, Richmond's extensive two-week Chinese New Year celebrations offer visitors an authentic taste of traditional Lunar New Year festivities - minus the jetlag. Thousands will flock to Richmond's Golden Village on February 19 to welcome 2015, the Year of the Sheep, with fireworks, live music, countdowns, Chinese flower and gift fairs, colourful lion and dragon dances and, of course, delicious authentic food. Gung Hay Fat Choy!

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Vancouver Chinese New Year Parade - Vancouver

Chinatown
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 5K2
Toll-free
Phone

Sunday, February 22, 2015

During Chinese New Year, more than 50,000 people line Chinatown's streets to watch traditional lion dance teams as well as marching bands and dance troupes. Pounding drums and firecrackers help ignite the excitement. This year's parade will celebrate the year of the ram.

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Steven Galloway With Magician David Gifford - Vancouver

6265 Crescent Road
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6T 1Z1

Thursday, February 26, 2015

The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts presents multi-award winning novelist Steven Galloway (The Cellist of Sarajevo) with magician David Gifford as part of the Beyond Words series at 7:30 pm in the intimate Telus Studio Theatre at the Chan Centre. Steven Galloway's newest literary work, The Confabulist, beautifully tells the tale of the life and sudden death of Harry Houdini using themes of intrigue, love and, illusion. Magician David Gifford joins Galloway on stage as they collaboratively explore this motif of magical misconception.

Tickets from $27.

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Pet Lover Show - Abbotsford

1190 Cornell St
Abbotsford, British Columbia
V2T 6H5
Toll-free
Phone

Daily from February 27, 2015 to March 1, 2015

Western Canada's largest pet show, the Pet Lover Show, returns to Abbotsford's TRADEX. The highly anticipated third annual event will host fun, educational seminars and exhibitors showcasing thousands of the newest products and services from the pet industry.

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