Thu, Oct 13 - Sun, Feb 26
Museum of Vancouver, 1100 Chestnut St, Vancouver, BC V6J 3J9, Canada map
Vancouver in the Seventies zooms in on key themes and moments from Vancouver’s coming of age: a time of protest, political upheaval, economic prosperity, and cultural blossoming. The exhibition will feature photographic gems from the Vancouver Sun collection and will include complementary objects from the Museum’s collection. The exhibition is based on the book Vancouver in the Seventies: Photos from a Decade that Changed the City (Greystone Books, to be released in October 2016), authored by retired Vancouver Sun research librarian Kate Bird and columnist Shelley Fralic.
Fri, Dec 2 - Sat, Apr 22
Vancouver’s favourite place to be on a rainy Saturday returns for its 6th season! The Nat Bailey Winter Farmers Market starts up again on Saturday, Nov 5 and will feature a great selection of locally grown vegetables and fruit, meat and seafood, artisan cheese and bread, herbs and seasonal nursery items, baked goods, prepared foods, handmade craft, and food trucks. This producer-only market is located in the parking lot of Nat Bailey Stadium and runs Saturdays, 10am-2pm from Nov 5-April 22 (closed Dec 24 & 31).
More info at www.eatlocal.org
Thu, Jan 12 - Sun, Feb 26
999 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 3E1, Canada map
January 12 – February 26, 2017
10am to 9pm Daily
FlyOver Canada is proud to bring back Flight of the Dragon. For a limited time, guests will get to experience Flight of the Dragon and FlyOver Canada together for the regular FlyOver admission price! Follow a mythical dragon as you soar over some of China’s most spectacular landscapes and scenery before taking off again over Canada on the Ultimate Flying Ride.
Children must be at least 102cm (40″) to participate on the ride. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult or guardian 14 yeas or older.
Fri, Jan 20 - Thu, Apr 6
Burnaby Art Gallery, 6344 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby, BC V5G 2J3, Canada map
Curated by Joni Low (Vancouver) and Pan Wendt (Confederation Centre Art Gallery)
Organized and circulated by the Confederation Centre Art Gallery
Hank Bull: Connexion is a transformation of the longtime Vancouver-based artist Hank Bull’s collection and archives into a sculptural installation and an overview of his practice. The exhibition explores notions of distributed authorship and communication-as-art in the age of information technology. Since the 1970s, Bull has acted as a connecting figure between artists and artistic communities internationally.
Sat, Feb 4 - Sun, Apr 30
Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre, 6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby, BC V5E 4M7, Canada map
Rock, Paper, Scissors is a multi-media installation comprised of radio drama, video/animation, and sculpture. Upon entering the hauntingly, mysterious space of K’s restaurant – one is led through an immersive time-travel to sites off the shores of Yonago, Japan to the islands of British Columbia. Spanning the 1900s – 2100, this 60 minute installation invites audiences to experience an immersive trilogy of short stories. Each short story bridges a connection between Canada and Japan by way of early Japanese migration and the natural resources of coal, lumber, and iron.
Fri, Feb 10 - Sat, Feb 25
White Rock Players' Club / Coast Capital Playhouse, 1532 Johnston Rd, White Rock, BC V4B 3Z7, Canada map
A cult novel, a classic film, a quintessential hit of the 1960s, now Benjamin’s disastrous sexual odyssey is brought to life in this stage production at the Coast Capital Playhouse.
February 8 -25, 2017
This production will be for a mature audience.
To purchase tickets, call our
box office at (604) 536-7535 or visit
Thu, Feb 16 - Sun, Feb 26
Vancouver, BC Various Locations map
FEBRUARY 16–26, 2017
Western Canada’s premier Indigenous performing arts festival features 12 days of entertainment including Film, Theatre, Dance, Celebration of Powwow Culture and Aboriginal Artisan Fair, Métis Fair, Youth Colouring and Poster Design Contests, Talking Circles, Workshops, Master Classes and much more!
Proudly located on the traditional unceded territories of the Coast Salish People.
EXPLORE ABORIGINAL CULTURE THROUGH THE ARTS
Thu, Feb 16 - Thu, Mar 2
Q Shi Q Japanese BBQ, 159 W 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1G4, Canada map
2 week art show by Yuki Cormier starts on February 16. Opening party will be at 8pm. Portrait artwork of Broadway musical “Hamilton” and abstract paintings will be on display and for sale. $2 minimum donation at door for Red Cross supporting 2011 Tsunami victims.
Wed, Feb 22 - Sat, Feb 25
Shadbolt Centre For The Arts, 6450 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5G 2J3, Canada map
The Incubator Project develops new works with a unique range of dancers and musicians who are experimenting with new forms of technology to inspire innovative work. This group of artists will electrify audiences beyond the constraints of the physical venue.
Works by Burgundy Brixx, Scheherazaad Cooper, Vanessa Goodman and Dayna Szyndrowski.
Since 2002, Dances for a Small Stage (Small Stage) has wowed audiences by tearing down formalities and creating intimate, raw scenarios in unconventional venues. Each Small Stage show is a collection of new and innovative dance works that are 5-7 minutes in length.
Thu, Feb 23 - Sun, Feb 26
Vancouver, Abbotsford and Victoria map
The Harlem Globetrotters return to the Vancouver Area with 5 games, Thursday, February 23rd through Sunday, February 26th. Witness some of the world’s best athletes execute unbelievable feats of ball handling… trick shots… and comedy. Score your tickets at HarlemGlobetrotters.ca And don’t miss your chance to get in on in the action at Vancouver’s Pacific Coliseum, Abbotsford Centre, and Victoria’s Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre on Thursday, February 23rd through Sunday, February 26th