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Rock, Paper, Scissors by Cindy Mochizuki

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.


Transitions: Plein Air to Abstraction; Everdusk; From Caspar to James: An Etched Presence

Thu, Apr 6 - Thu, May 4

Port Moody Arts Centre, 2425 Saint Johns Street, Port Moody, BC V3H 2B2, Canada map

Opening Reception – Thursday April 6, 2017 6-8pm

Transitions: Plein Air to Abstraction – Jane Appleby
This show is a juxtaposition of small paintings completed outdoors and larger expressive abstracts.

Everdusk – Rachel Rozanski
Kwi Am Choi Scholarship Recipient
With the theme of a fantastical, illustrative world called Everdusk the artist has created a series of intaglio prints.

From Caspar to James: An Etched Presence – Marina DiMaio
Kwi Am Choi Scholarship Recipient
This exhibition was created as part of a research project that explores the reciprocity between the historical and contemporary sublime.


Eggs-tatic about Easter at Tsawwassen Mills

Fri, Apr 14 - Sun, Apr 16

Tsawwassen Mills, 5000 Canoe Pass Way, Delta, BC V4M 0B3, Canada map

Tsawwassen Mills is celebrating Easter with a host of activities, entertainment and family friendly fun for all ages during the Easter Long Weekend, which includes, egg craft stations, and photos with the Easter Bunny from April 14th – 16th.
The Long Weekend Savings Booklet will also be launched offering a variety of discounts and gift with purchases for ALL shoppers – tourists and locals – during the Long Weekends only.


GHOST NOTE featuring MonoNeon

Fri, Apr 14

The Alexander Gastown map

Friday, April 14th (EARLY SHOW)
@ Alexander Gastown 7–10PM

Robert ‘Sput’ Searight, Nate Werth (Snarky Puppy), MonoNeon (Prince), and more will be in Vancouver at the Alexander Gastown April 14th for a special performance. Multi Grammy award winners Sput and Nate take drums and percussion out of the shadows and into the spotlight with their new project, GHOST-NOTE. These world class musicians will blow you away!


Vancouver Vaisakhi 2017

Sat, Apr 15

Nanda Jewellers Inc, 6696 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5X 3H2, Canada map

Join OMNI at Vaisakhi on April 15 in Vancouver by Nanda Jewellers. We are partnering up with the Vancouver Canucks and will be on location with the Hockey Night in Punjabi team! Stop by our booth and join the celebration! Happy Vaisakhi!

Easter Egg Hunt at BC Place Stadium

Sun, Apr 16

BC Sports Hall Of Fame and Museum, Gate A of BC Place, Vancouver, BC V6B 4Y8, Canada map

Home of the Vancouver Whitecaps and BC Lions – join us for a guided tour of BC Place stadium, Western Canada’s premier venue for live events! Leaving on the hour, every hour, keep your eyes pealed for hidden Easter surprises during this 30 minute tour!

Tip: Wear a jersey and admission is only $8.50 (regular admission is $15)

Sing…Drop in Rock Choirs in East Van, Kits & North Van

Tue, Apr 18 - Thu, May 4

East Vancouver, Kitsilano & North Vancouver map

You’re invited to learn to sing 1 2 3 4 by Feist! And you do not need to read music or have any singing/musical experience! Beginners to professionals welcome!
We’re three no-pressure, drop-in choirs – informal, fun-loving and vibrant. No need to commit to a whole term, just turn up and sing ANY week! There are no: waitlists/auditions either. We’re open to all levels of musical experience!
Three venues – Every Tuesday – Wise Hall, East Van. Wednesday – St James Community Square, Kitsilano, and Thursday – Presentation House in North Van. 7.30 pm, (arrival 7.15) until 9pm.


Now Now Wow

Wed, Apr 19 - Wed, Apr 26

6398 University Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4, Canada map

The Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory is pleased to present Now Now Wow, this year’s University of British Columbia BFA/BA Visual Art Graduating Exhibition at the Audain Art Centre.

Opening: April 19 2017, 5–8 PM
Exhibition: April 20–26 2017, Monday to Saturday 12–5PM
Audain Art Centre
6398 University Blvd

Please join us for fun and refreshments as we celebrate the achievements and emerging talent of this year’s graduating class. This event is free and open to the public.


Cat Murphy Band’s Farewell Open Mic Night

Wed, Apr 19 - Thu, Apr 20

Fairview Pub, 898 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1K1, Canada map

Cat Murphy Band bids farewell to their duties as hosts of the popular Open Mic Night at the Fairview Pub. This “mega” open mic will feature 40+ performers and promises to be a true celebration of live music. Prizes, trivia, special group performances, and plain old great live music!

Performers may signup IN ADVANCE only by emailing cat.murphy.band@gmail.com


Navigator for Youth Transitioning to Adult Services

Thu, Apr 20

British Columbia, Canada map

The Navigator helps disabled youth connect with the adult services they need through our specialized information and referral resource. Whether you are just starting your transition planning, or revising one that is not quite working out as you had hoped, we are here to help. This service is available for youth, their parents, planners and members of their transition support team.

Navigator for Youth Transitioning to Adult Services

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