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Record Vinyl Show

Sun, Mar 4

Vancouver Flea Market, Vancouver, BC V6A 2M2, Canada map

Huge Record Vinyl Show at the Vancouver Flea Market on Sunday, March 6th.

Over 40 tables of records, CDs, memorabilia and more.  Don’t miss out!

More information (604) 685-8843


The Poetics of Contemplating Atrocity: Doris Salcedo

Mon, Mar 5

1414 Argyle Ave, West Vancouver, BC V7T 1C2, Canada map

The violence inher native Colombia is a driving force behind contemporary sculptor DorisSalcedo’s works. How can artwork reference such violence without overtlyshocking the audience? Her works are subtle in a way that invites deepcontemplation on how human beings treat each other and how art can hold spacefor the victims of conflict and colonialist oppression. Salcedo’s work answersthe question: When faced with atrocity, what can art do?

Cost: $15
Register by phone at 604-925-7270 (course # 41559) or online. Drop-ins welcome,space permitting.

Vancouver International Women in Film Festival

Tue, Mar 6 - Sun, Mar 11

Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2E8, Canada map

The 13th VancouverInternational Women in Film Festival presents the best of cinema created bywomen. Events include: film panels; master classes, an Awards Gala, guestfilmmakers, artist talks, pitch sessions, and receptions. March 6 – 11 at theVancity Theatre (1181 Seymour Street) with free events all day long onInternational Women’s Day (March 8). More info and tickets: www.womeninfilm.ca.

The After After Party

Tue, Mar 6 - Sat, Mar 17

1895 Venables St, Vancouver, BC V5L 2H6, Canada map

May 18th, 2006.Jules and Fiona, best friends and teenage dirtbags, come to their senses in apark after a night for the ages. With little to no memory of how they gotthere, they discover the antidote to their fireball-induced amnesia: Ritalin.As they piece together the night in order to find out where the After AfterParty is, they come to terms with the deeds they have done… Absurd. Outrageous.Over-the-top.

Mar 6, 8PM: Preview
Mar 7, 8PM: Opening Night
Mar 8 – 10, 13 – 17, 8PM
Mar 10 -11, 17 2PM

Urban Grind at Harbour Centre

Tue, Mar 6

555 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B, Canada map

Every Tuesday in March from 4:30-6:30, Vancouverites are invited to get their heart rates up by climbing the stairs to the iconic Vancouver Lookout.

The Urban Grind comes with great perks. For $5, participants will be rewarded at the top with a stunning 360o aerial view of Vancouver, a refreshing beer, and DJ entertainment. Climbers have the ability to customize their workout by completing the route as many times as they like during the allotted time. Additionally, every participant will receive a $5 Harbour Centre Food Court voucher to redeem at any of the Food Court vendors.


RBC Race for the Kids

Tue, Mar 6

Queen Elizabeth Park, 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Z 2Z1, Canada map

As the largest family fun run in Vancouver, RBC Race for the Kids inspires participants to raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital. RBC Race for the Kids will host runners and walkers of all ages and abilities on a scenic 2 km or 5 km Fun Run, followed by a carnival celebration.

It is our goal to raise over $1 million at this year’s run, but we can’t do it without the support of our participants and fundraisers!


GVHBA Homebuyer Forum

Wed, Mar 7

515 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5K3, Canada map

You Can Buyinto this Local Market:

Access industryexpert advice on how to buy into Vancouver’s hot real-estate market at theGVHBA Homebuyer Forum on March 7th, 2018.
Covering topics; such as, working with developers, up and comingneighbourhoods, rent-to-own options, leveraging the bank of mom & dad andnavigating the world of strata, this event will provide you both strategic andtactical tips and tricks on how to enter the Metro Vancouver market.

Looking toattend? Please visit https://gvhba.org/event/homebuyer-forum/to register!

The GreaterVancouver Home Builders’ Association:

Focused on helping consumers buy, build andrenovate homes, the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association (GVHBA)represents over 1,050 members including builders, developers, renovators,manufacturers, suppliers of building products, government agencies providingnew home warranty programs, and industry professionals such as lawyers, realestate agents, insurance companies and financial institutions.
Strong advocates of education for both our members and consumers, the GVHBAoffers an annual Homebuyer Forum, Home Renovation Show, and Parade of Renovatedand Custom Homes to connect homeowners with the experts, to help you buy smartand make decisions right for you.

EMV presents Goldberg Variations – Angela Hewitt

Wed, Mar 7

Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, 6265 Crescent Rd, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1, Canada map

Early MusicVancouver presents the Goldberg Variations – Angela Hewitt, on March 7, 2018 at7:30pm at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts at UBC. Experience one ofJohann Sebastian Bach’s most beloved works played by one of the world’s leadingpianists, Angela Hewitt. Intricate, mesmerizing, and moving in its virtuosity,this nuanced performance by one of Canada’s national artistic treasures is notto be missed. This concert is part of EMV’s ongoing “GoldbergExperience” in which artists from various traditions interpret the‘Variations’.

Tickets from $18. For more info, visit:earlymusic.bc.ca

Seven Minutes in Heaven

Wed, Mar 7 - Sat, Mar 10

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

It’s a Friday night in 1995 and Monday morning homeroom is a million miles away. Six over-stimulated, under-supervised high school students are gathered in Margot’s basement to meet her mysterious boyfriend from summer camp — though none of them have even seen a picture of him and he has yet to show up. As the teens keep themselves busy with rounds of party games, the night gives way to stolen kisses, malicious gossip, and broken hearts. This heartbreaking, hilariously real play showcases the absurd and terrible ecstasy of being young in America.


Roedde House Jazz Series presents: Steve Smith, Sarah Kennedy & Dan Reynolds

Thu, Mar 8

Roedde House Museum, 1415 Barclay St, Vancouver, BC V6G 1J6, Canada map

The Roedde House JazzSeries is proud to present Steve Smith, bass, Sarah Kennedy, voice & DanReynolds, piano, on Thursday, March 8th at 7:00pm.

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