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Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents Intangible

Wed, Sep 13 - Sun, Oct 29

639 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC V6C 2G3, Canada map

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents Intangible, a dynamic exhibition that will challenge pre-conceived notions of ‘Coast Salish art’, on display September 13 – December 10, 2017. Featuring previously crafted, and never-before-seen creations, Intangible spotlights six trailblazing Coast Salish artists influenced by tradition as well as contemporary inspiration. This extraordinary collection will include large and small-scale works, vibrant blown-glass sculptures and exquisite jewelry, experimental fibre textiles and hip-hop multimedia installations. Visitors will be treated to rich and innovative artistic techniques used to make profound statements about Indigenous rights, land, sovereignty and much more.
For more info, visit billreidgallery.ca

Christmas Market Preview Exhibit

Thu, Sep 21 - Thu, Nov 2

1666 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3S2, Canada map

Christmas Market Preview Exhibit
Fall Circle Craft Gallery Show — September 21–November 2, 2017
Circle Craft Gallery’s Fall exhibit will give Circle Craft Christmas Market lovers a sneak peek! Visit Circle Craft’s gallery in the Net Loft building on Granville Island for a chance to see work from craft artists who will exhibit at the Market in 2017.
Exhibitors in the Preview exhibition are: East Van Jam, G Ceramic & Co, Ludviks Designs, Lulu Fiedler, Market Canvas Leather, Misheo, Rosewell Woodworking, Susie Benes, and Yifat Jovani.
The gallery preview runs from September 21 until November 2, while the Market, with hundreds more artisans exhibiting, takes place at the Vancouver Convention Centre November 8 to 12, 2017.

A Little Night Music

Thu, Oct 12 - Sat, Oct 21

6500 Gilbert Rd, Richmond, BC V6X 1A2, Canada map

A Little Night Music is Steven Sondheim’s musical masterpiece, and has been enchanting audiences worldwide since its Broadway debut in 1973. Based on Ingmar Bergman’s comedy of manners, Smiles of a Summer Night, Sondheim collaborated with playwright Hugh Wheeler to adapt the original film into a stunningly sophisticated musical with a timeless score.
Gateway’s presentation of A Little Night Music was envisioned by veteran director, Peter Jorgenson, whose company, Patrick Street Productions has produced award winning shows in the past, including The Light in the Piazza and Rodgers and Hammerstein: Out of a Dream, which was a hit on Gateway’s MainStage during the 2014/2015 season!
Set in Sweden at the turn of the last century, A Little Night Music follows the progressions of infatuation, jealousy and true love as a cast of unforgettable characters meet, couple and uncouple during a weekend at alavish country estate.
Hilariously witty and heartbreaking in turns, Sondheim’s musical weaves together a tangled web of former and current lovers who do their best to navigate the pathways through adoration, desire and regret. With a brilliant cast including Warren Kimmel as Fredrik Egerman and Katey Wright as Desiree Armfeldt, the fires of love in its many forms will never burn more brightly than when this new production of Sondheim’s musical tour de force hits Gateway’s Mainstage this October.

Halloween Mystery Nights

Fri, Oct 13 - Tue, Oct 31

855 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6C 3N9, Canada map

Solve the murder of Jimmy Capello on the streets of Vancouver this Halloween season. Vancouver Mysteries’ Halloween Mystery Nights return this year with murder mystery game Crime in Downtown. Games start and end near Waterfront Station nightly from October 13 to 31 at 7pm. $25/player plus fees & taxes. Duration: 2 hours. Tickets: vancouvermysteries.com / 778-707-1962

Stanley Park Ghost Train

Fri, Oct 13 - Tue, Oct 31

610 Pipeline Rd, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2, Canada map

Are you ready for an Alien Invasion that’s out of this world? Join agents as they investigate a spaceship crash landing right in the middle of Stanley Park! Journey into restricted zones as you ride the Stanley Park Ghost Train to unravel the mystery of our unexpected park visitors. Be prepared to treat yourself to live music, Area 52, a variety of food vendors, arts and crafts, and more. Don’t miss this family-friendly Halloween favourite! Open Monday – Thursday from 5:30pm – 9:30pm, Friday – Saturday from 5:30pm – 10:00pm. Matinee rides available Friday – Sunday from 11:00am – 5:00pm. Advance tickets available online at www.ghosttrain.ca.

Bog Escape: Howloween Ball

Tue, Oct 17 - Sun, Oct 29

10388 Nordel Ct, Delta, BC V4G, Canada map

The guest list has been made and you’re on it! A full-moon party sounds like fun, but are you prepared for what’s actually in store?
Bog Escape merges two things that we’re passionate about: Escape rooms and the great outdoors. Work together to solve puzzles and complete your mission while experiencing the unique outdoor venue of Burns Bog.
Family Friendly times available.
Bog Escape is run by the Burns Bog Conservation Society. We created this outreach program so that you, your family and your friends can explore Burns Bog in a new and unique way.

Embrace the Body You Have: A Body-Positive Panel

Tue, Oct 17

350 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6B, Canada map

Join body-positive advocates Louise Green, Cynara Geissler, Vivienne McMaster, and Summer Innanen for a lively evening of conversation about body diversity and size acceptance. Free and open to the public.

Egg Freezing: Is It For Me?

Tue, Oct 17

#300-1367 West Broadway, Vancovuer, BC V6H 4A7 map

Join Genesis Fertility Centre on Tuesday, October 17th to learn about infertility and egg freezing options. Get to know the Genesis team, learn more about the services we provide, and mingle with others who are also considering egg freezing.
With the average age of a woman’s first pregnancy in B.C. recently surpassing 31 years old, egg freezing is a viable option for reproductive or family planning. Egg freezing enables more freedom for women by providing the best chance of having a family when ready – whether that’s upon completion of education, reaching a certain career stage, or finding the right partner.
The event will include an information session by Medical Director Dr. Sonya Kashyap, covering the medical and practical aspects of freezing eggs and provide an opportunity for attendees to ask individual questions. Learn about the benefits of freezing, how the process works and who makes a good candidate. Learn why Dr. Kashyap believes there is still a “Fertility Gender Gap” and that professional women face choices that professional men do not. The event will include a small panel of patients who have undergone egg freezing who will will be able to answer any questions guests may have about the process.
Attendees will also get a chance to speak with Dr Aimee Eyvazzadeh, the renowned Egg Whisperer and originator of “Egg Freezing Parties”, who will be joining in via video chat from California!
The event is free to attend, however space is limited and reservations are required. Please email rsvp@genesis-fertility.com or call 604 879 3032 to RSVP.


Tue, Oct 17 - Sun, Oct 22

639 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5L 3W3, Canada map

The best physical theatre out of India, Encounter delves into the struggles and challenges of the Indigenous communities of India through an explosive fusion of dance and theatre.
The draw: Acrobatics and original music in a tribute to Indigenous peoples’ history around the world.
Oct 17, 8PM: Opening Night
Oct 18 – 21, 8PM
Oct 22, 7PM
Tickets from $22. thecultch.com/tickets

Unite Modele (English Surtitles)

Tue, Oct 17 - Sat, Oct 28

1555 W 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 1S1, Canada map

Théâtre la Seizième presents its season 2017/18 first show:
Welcome to our model unit! We promise you an exceptional evening, the kind of evening that could change the course of your life. It’s a unique opportunity: this is your chance, to become the owner of a magnificent condo in the ambitious Diorama building project. Our two representatives will be your hosts for the evening and will devote all their energy to reveal to you the dream lifestyle that could be yours.
Combining interior finish and love story, Unité Modèle (Showroom) takes an objective and unsettling look at gentrification and our relationship with “image” through a game of mirrors that constantly alters reality.
Produced by Théâtre la Seizième
Written by Guillaume Corbeil
Directed by Philippe Cyr
With Vincent Leblanc-Beaudoin & Emilie Leclerc
Production team: Cande Andrade, Malcom Dow, Itai Erdal, Ashley Noyes & Manon Veldhuis
Surtitle translation: Anita Rochon
With the participation of Finn Lefebvre-Gnam
English surtitles on Tues-Thurs & Sat
Talback in French on Oct 20, bilingual on Oct 25

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