Get away for one night of magic on stage combined with stay at an award-winning boutique hotel in the heart of Yaletown! Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, the the smash hit Broadway musical, is coming to Vancouver in February and I’ve partnered with the show and the world renown OPUS Hotel to offer you the […]
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Celebrate the 21st annual Winter Solstice Lantern Festival on December 21st in three Vancouver communities. Presented by the Secret Lantern Society and Artistic Director Naomi Singer, this free family event (with some ticketed attractions) will illuminate the longest night of the year. Photo credit: Rikki / Julius Reque on Flickr These are festive celebrations of […]
Vancouver’s newest holiday organization, the Lumière Festival Vancouver Society, presents a fun collaborative initiative this week that will link the West End and Yaletown. Lumiere Festival Vancouver Businesses within the West End and Yaletown Business Improvement Associations (BIAs) have setup impressive lighting installations that will be in place until January, 2015 and between December 11th […]
Fresh Air Cinema has announced that two free outdoor movies in Vancouver this weekend will be tributes to the late Robin Williams. Photo credit: Robert W. White on Flickr Free Outdoor Movies in Vancouver Robin Williams Tribute Coal Harbour When: Friday, August 22, 2014 at 8:15pm Where: Harbour Green Park (1199 West Cordova at Bute) […]
Vancouver Farmers Markets are warming up for the season, offering local produce, artisan goods and delicious treats. Shop for meat, seafood dairy, vegetables, fruit, and baked goods while you enjoy live entertainment and sample ready-made items from food trucks and vendors in the open air. Trout Lake Farmers Market Dates: Saturdays, May 10 to October […]
There are a few family friendly options for New Year’s Eve in Vancouver but what about the big kids who don’t want to simply attend a club night? Luckily, there are several options for adults that include entertainment, attractions, and restaurant dining. Photo credit: Anders Adermark on Flickr New Year’s Eve Events for Adults in […]
The Cambie Bridge as we know it is the third iteration of a crossing in that particular area connecting south east False Creek with the downtown peninsula. The first Cambie Bridge, named after Cambie Street’s namesake Henry John Cambie, was built in 1891. In 1911 it was replaced by the Connaught Bridge, named in honour […]