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Take a look at some of the events happening in and around Vancouver!

There’s Music in the Air

Sat, May 26

3255 Edgemont Blvd, North Vancouver, BC V7R 2P1, Canada map

The Marcus MoselyChorale spring concert, “There’s Music in the Air”, will take place atHighlands United Church in Edgemont Village on Saturday, May 26th at 7:30 p.m.
“Spring is known as a time of hope and renewal”, explains Marcus Mosely, theArtistic Director of the Chorale. “Music is a method of sharing and celebratingthat hope. We’re seeing a lot of tragedy in the world around us; but we’re alsoseeing communities of strangers band together to work for a better day. Whetherit’s young people fighting for gun control, or a nation in solidarity with asmall town that lost their hockey team in a terrible accident. Actions make allof the difference, and in our case, Gospel music is a wonderful way to helpcelebrate that commitment to and determination for a brighter day.”
The show starts at 7:30. Tickets are $30 ($25 for students/seniors) and can beobtained through the Marcus Mosely Chorale website (mmc2011.ca) under “events”,or by calling the ticket hotline at 604 770-1088.
For more information, contact Heather Gray-Grant at 604 984-0682.

Serenade

Sat, May 26

1825 W 16th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 2M3, Canada map

Internationallyaward-winning choir Jubilate Vocal Ensemble presents Serenade, featuring theWestern Canadian premiere of composer Dan Forrest’s Jubilate Deo, a 50-minutemasterwork written in seven languages. Languages include liturgical Latin,Hebrew, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, Zulu, Spanish and Song of the Earth(untexted). Each movement is a combination of the language-group’s musicalculture and the composer’s own musical style. The result is a stunning globalcelebration of joy as all the earth sings as one, “omnis terra jubilate”. Toround out this concert, we will also perform Kim Andre Arnesen’s Flight Song,Dan Forrest’s You are the Music, and works by German master Franz Schubert.

Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History

Sun, May 27

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


On Sunday, May 27, 2018, thousands of participants across Canada will unite at local community walk sites during CF awareness month to celebrate their fundraising efforts, while imagining a world without CF.

Over 10,000 supporters, including volunteers, donors, partners and participants help support Cystic Fibrosis Canada’s mission; To end cystic fibrosis (CF). The funds raised at the walk are used to target world-class research and supporting and advocating for high-quality individualized CF care.

http://www.cysticfibrosis.ca/walk/

Bizarre Bazaar

Sun, May 27

1489 McRae Ave, Vancouver, BC V6H 1T7, Canada map

The Society forthe Museum of Original Costume (SMOC) is hosting their second ‘Bizarre Bazaar’with Vendors from Vintage to Modern Clothing and Accessories.

Sunday, May 27,2018
10:00am – 4:00pm (10-11am Early Entry Ticket Holders)
Hycroft
1489 McRae Avenue,
Vancouver, BC, V6H 1T7

The Bizarre Bazaar also features the opportunityto ‘Ask Ivan’ about your special collectible.
Ivan is SMOC’s honorary curator, and an Internationally known expert in perioddress.
Ask Ivan about who, what, when and wear of your favourite vintage clothing. Orbring family photos and ‘Ask Ivan’ to estimate the date of the photo from theclothing.

The Gallery Singers: Sing We at Pleasure

Sun, May 27

1440 W 12th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6H 1M8, Canada map

The GallerySingers celebrate their 50th Anniversary season featuring the great Englishmadrigalists of the Renaissance, including works by John Wilbye, Thomas Morley,Weelkes, and Tomkins.

Tickets available at the door or purchase inadvance at eventbrite.ca

Vancouver International Children’s Festival

Mon, May 28 - Sun, Jun 3

Granville Island map

Head down to Granville Island forthe Vancouver International Children’s Festival May 28th to June 3rd.Enjoy spectacular performances from around the globe for kids and families ofall ages. Treat the family to acrobatics, circus, puppetry, theatre, dance,music and lots of arts activities. Come see your favourite performers like Splash’NBoots perform live in concert. Get your tickets today at childrensfestival.ca

Mon, May 28 - Sun, Jun 3

Across Metro Vancouver map

Bike to Work Week celebrates bike commuting across Metro Vancouver! Visit over 80 Celebration Stations offering free drinks, snacks, quick bike tune-ups, and great prizes. Register online to win prizes like a cycling trip for two to Portugal. Your logged trips help HUB Cycling work with local leaders to improve cycling infrastructure in your community.

For more information:
BTWW.ca / #Bike2Work
604.558.2002

Bike to Work Week

Mon, May 28 - Sun, Jun 3

Bike to Work Week map

Bike to Work Week celebrates bike commuting across Metro Vancouver! Visit over 80 Celebration Stations offering free drinks, snacks, quick bike tune-ups, and great prizes. Register online to win prizes like a cycling trip for two to Portugal. Your logged trips help HUB Cycling work with local leaders to improve cycling infrastructure in your community.

For more information:

BTWW.ca
#Bike2Work
604.558.2002

40 Days and 40 Nights

Thu, May 31 - Sat, Jun 2

1422 William St, Vancouver, BC V5L, Canada map

ElectricCompany Theatre Presents

40 Days and 40Nights

Performed andCreated by Daniel Brooks and Kim Collier

The performancebegins: A bell is rung by each individual as they enter the theatrical space. Aglass of water is ceremoniously distributed, and everyone drinks together. Theritual has begun. The audience is then asked a series of questions about love andlovers. If the answer is yes to any one of the questions, they are invited tosit.

Mysterious,symbolic, achingly intimate. Two lovers whose love exists across time, andtransforms across time, philosophize and ritualize love as a vital aspect ofliving.

“40 Days And 40Nights is perhaps the single most cathartic exercise to turn our attention backto what really matters.” – Toronto Stage

“Wonderful and transformative experience…richand meaningful” -40 Days Patron

10 Things Your Dog Wishes You Knew: A BC SPCA Animal Behaviour Event

Thu, May 31

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

The BC SPCA presentsan evening with internationally known animal behaviour and training consultantChirag Patel. Learn what motivates your dog’s behaviour and watch hands-ondemonstrations on how to address common behaviour issues through humane training.

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