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Thu, Apr 5 - Fri, Aug 17

Playland at the PNE (May-September), 2901 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V5K, Canada map

Playland offers thrills for the entire family with over 35 rides and attractions,plus attractions, games and food. Save on passes at www.PNE.ca.

OpensSaturday May 5

Open weekends May 5-June 24

Open daily June 29-Aug 17

Open weekends Sept 8-16

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Twitter: @pne_playland

Murder on the Improv Express

Thu, Apr 12 - Fri, May 25

1502 Duranleau St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3S4, Canada map

Welcome to Murder on the Improv Express – A Killer Comedy.
As in countless whodunnits, this one is set in the 1930’s and involves many of the set characters and scenarios you’d expect to find. However, what isn’t known is who is the victim, who is the killer and how the dastardly deed was done. These are just some of the things that will be established by audience suggestions during the course of the show. What is known is that audience members will die laughing at all the improbable plot twists and turns. Want to know more? You’ll have to come and see it. There’re aren’t any spoilers to tell as no two shows can ever be the same.

Keep Vancouver Spectacular May Neighbourhood Cleanup Month

Tue, May 1 - Thu, May 31

Vancouver, BC, Canada map

Interested in doing yourpart to keep your community clean, vibrant and thriving? Individuals,businesses and organizations can sign up for neighbhourhood cleanup events allyear long. Join the movement and help Keep Vancouver Spectacular!



Buy BC: Eat Drink Local

Tue, May 1 - Thu, May 31

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This is your opportunity toexperience the great tastes BC has to offer while dining out in May.Restaurants across the province will be highlighting their local dishes andlocal beer, wine and spirits to celebrate BC flavours and provide unique diningexperiences.

If you agree that #BCTastesBetter, check out eatdrinklocal.ca and find arestaurant near you that’s part of the promotion. Dine out today and trysomething uniquely BC!
Tel: 604-669-2239 | eatdrinklocal.ca


Wed, May 2 - Sun, May 27

Fort Gallery The, 9048 Glover Rd, Langley, BC V1M 3S3, Canada map

Susan J. Falk and Marilyn Dyer are combining efforts in a joint exhibition that explores the synthesis of change and beauty at The Fort Gallery, May 2-27, 2018. The opening reception will be held Sunday, May 6th, 1-3pm.


‘Legends of Utopia’ by Tiko Kerr

Fri, May 4 - Mon, May 28

279 E 6th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5T 1J7, Canada map

Tiko Kerr willshowcase his latest works, “Legends of Utopia,” at the South Main Gallery. Joinus on Saturday, May 12 at 2pm as Tiko discusses the process and inspirationbehind his art.
Opening reception: Saturday, May 5 at 2pm
Artist Talk with Tiko: Saturday, May 12 at 2pm
Closing Reception: Saturday, May 26 at 2pm

THE SHOW at Emily Carr University of Art + Design

Sun, May 6 - Sun, May 20

520 E 1st Ave, Vancouver, BC V5T 1A7, Canada map

Join us as wecelebrate the Class of 2018!

Featuring morethan 300 works from this year’s Design, Media and Visual Arts graduates, TheShow at Emily Carr University, highlights student creativity and innovation.

Opening Night Reception | Saturday, May 5, 2018| 5 – 9pm

ITSAZOO presents WET

Tue, May 8 - Sun, May 27

600 Campbell Ave, Vancouver, BC V6A 3K1, Canada map

ITSAZOOpresents the Western Canadian premiere of David James Brock’s award-winningdrama, WET, at the Russian Hall from May 8—27, 2018. Set during the height ofCanada’s involvement in the Afghanistan War, this raw and immersive playexamines love, abandonment, and the dire cost of combat. Directed by ChelseaHaberlin, the story follows a Canadian soldier who returns home to her husbandand young daughter. She finds herself abandoned by the country she served, in anear-catatonic state, trapped in a basement suite with her unemployed andintimacy-starved husband. Tension escalates when a former war comrade shows upunwelcomed and unhinged. Staged in an immersive environment in the basement ofthe Russian Hall, WET is a provocative examination of poverty, mental illness,and the military industrial complex.

WARNING:Contains Nudity, Sexuality, Coarse Language, Violence, Mature Subject Matter.Not recommended for audiences under 18 years of age. Some audience members mayfind the intimate and immersive setting claustrophobic.

Tickets from $25 available at theatrewire.com

Louise Drescher: Beautiful Bowen Island

Wed, May 9 - Mon, Jun 4

430 Bowen Island Trunk Rd, Bowen Island, BC V0N 1G1, Canada map

Louise Drescher is aCanadian Artist from Rossland, BC who has showcased her work internationally.This exhibit features life on Bowen Island and celebrates the joy of living onsuch a wonderful island. This is explored through Acrylic and Oil Paintings oflocal landscapes. This exhibit, at the Gallery @ Cove Commons, Bowen Island,runs May 9-June 4, with an opening reception on May 12, 6-8pm. www.biac.ca

#BCTECH Summit

Mon, May 14 - Wed, May 16

Vancouver Convention Centre West Building, 1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 0C3, Canada, Vancouver Convention Centre West Building, 1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC, Canada map

The #BCTECHSummit is the largest technology conference in Western Canada, showcasingB.C.’s vibrant tech and innovation sectors. Join thousands in exploring howtechnology is driving cross-industry growth and change, and how our companiesare emerging as global leaders in today’s data economy. Hear from those pushingthe boundaries of innovation and creating the jobs of the future.

Join us to meettech entrepreneurs, investors, key leaders in government and industry, andother change-makers. Grow your business by building new networks and fosteringexisting relationships.

Keynote Speakers:
– Jared Cohen, CEO, Jigsaw
– Brent Bushnell, CEO & Co-Founder, Two Bit Circus

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