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

Company 605 Loop, Lull

Thu, Feb 21 - Sat, Feb 23

Shadbolt Centre For The Arts, 6450 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby, BC V5G 2J3, Canada map

Company 605 brings tolife a new ensemble work with virtuosic performers, powerful movement, anddriving beats. This collaborative piece is built upon shared desires: to keepthe converstation moving, to change what feels stuck, to practice empathetic listening,and to keep both autonomy and group intention at play.

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival

Fri, Feb 22 - Sun, Mar 3

The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) presents exciting and inspiring films, guest speakers, and workshops about outdoor adventure, the environment, mountain culture and sports. Breathtaking shows about Skiing, Climbing, Trail Running, Mountain Biking and much more!
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Pro-D Day at Mackin House

Fri, Feb 22

Coquitlam Heritage at Mackin House, 1116 Brunette Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3K 1G2, Canada map

Join us atMackin House for an immersive look into life in the early 1900’s. Enjoy a tourof our house museum, make a fun craft and top it all off with some homemadesnacks. A perfect way to spend an afternoon Pro-D day.

**Registrationis required. (Ages 5-10) Parental attendence required.

$5 per family (up to 3 children)**

Gift of Love Gala

Sat, Feb 23

Abbotsford Centre, 33800 King Rd, Abbotsford, BC V2S 8H8, Canada map

Support Canuck Place Children’s Hospice at the Gift of Love Gala on February 23, 2019. Enjoy an elegant evening featuring a performance by Goh Ballet, exciting live and silent auctions, as well as inspiring stories. Purchase tickets at www.canuckplacegiftoflove.ca

For more information:
email: hello@canuckplace.org
social: @CanuckPlace

Tea at Chinatown House

Sat, Feb 23

188 E Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6A 1T3, Canada map

The cultural heritageof Chinatown is a core aspect of what makes this neighbourhood unique – as ahistoric place but also a living community. Join VHF for a visit to ChinatownHouse, a new hub in a converted building that is providing space for co-workingand cultural programming. Hear about the project from Leslie Shieh, co-founderof Tomo Spaces and learn about the intangible cultural heritage of the areafrom Helen Lee, a planner with the City of Vancouver’s Chinatown TransformationTeam. In exploring the important role of intangible heritage to Chinatown’srevitalization and conservation, Helen will be joined by Cantonese instructorand certified tea master, Christine Wong, who will serve tea and discuss itsrelevance in Chinese traditions and everyday practices. There will also be aspecial reading from the recently published Journeys of Hope: ChallengingDiscrimination and Building on Vancouver Chinatown’s Legacies. Tickets are $20.

Heps for Hearts: A Night at the Circus

Sat, Feb 23

19055 Airport Way, Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 2B4, Canada map

Heps forHearts: A Night at the Circus 2019

West CoastFlying Trapeze is excited to once again present Heps for Hearts: A Night at theCircus, our third annual fundraiser for the Heart & Stroke Foundation. From7-8pm, join us for refreshments (light snacks, and both alcoholic andnon-alcoholic beverages), and bid on items in our silent auction. All silentauction and ticket sales proceeds will be donated to the Heart & StrokeFoundation. The circus portion of the evening will begin at 8pm. Feel theadrenaline rush as acrobats and aerialists from Greater Vancouver’s circuscommunity flip, contort, and soar through the air.

Our first twoevents in 2017 and 2018 raised a collective $6805 for the Foundation. Join usthis year as we try to take our grand total to $10,000 in donations.

Event Details
Where: West Coast Flying Trapeze: #105 – 19055 Airport Way, Pitt Meadows, BC.
When: Saturday, February 23, 2019. Doors open for the silent auction and foodservice at 7 pm. Performances start at 8 pm.
Tickets are $35 each and are available at our website. Alcohol will beavailable for purchase, and this show is intended for a 16+ audience

Organic Voices: Music You Can Feel

Sat, Feb 23

529 Queens Ave, New Westminster, BC V3L 1K2, Canada map

Music you can feel:Laudate Singers & guest organist Edward Norman present Organic Voices, aperformance of powerful sonority. The concert includes amazing music by Brahms,Britten, Gabriel Jackson’s Missa Sanctae Margaretae, as well as the worldpremiere of Fire & Snow by composer-in-residence Marco Del Rio.

Record Vinyl Show

Sun, Feb 24

703 Terminal Ave, Vancouver, BC V6A 2L7, Canada map

Huge Record Vinyl Show at the Vancouver Flea Market on Sunday, February 24th

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

More information (604) 685-8843


BC Heritage Week Celebration: The Many Histories of This Site We Call Ambleside

Sun, Feb 24

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

Join us during BCHeritage Week to dive deep into stories and in-depth conversation surroundingthe many histories of this area now known as Ambleside. Presentations will begiven by representatives from the Squamish Nation and the West VancouverHistorical Society, followed by a lively discussion. Please reserve at604-925-7270 (Course #52555) or online as seating is limited. Drop-ins alsowelcome if space permits.

Beyond Words Series presents No Blue Memories

Sun, Feb 24

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

The Chan Centre forthe Performing Arts at UBC presents the dazzling multimedia work No BlueMemories: The Life of Gwendolyn Brooks on February 24, 2019, at 7pm in the ChanShun Concert Hall as part of the Beyond Words series. The late poet was aradical and disruptive presence within the national literary scene, becomingthe first African-American to win the Pulitzer Prize in 1950. In this ambitiouscreation, innovative art-maker Manual Cinema collaborates with Chicago-basedpoets Eve L. Ewing and Nate Marshall to craft an inspiring biographicalnarrative, featuring a live six-piece band and original score by Jamila Woodsand Ayanna Woods. The production uses a combination of exquisite paperpuppetry, actors working with shadow play, and moving images from vintage videoprojectors.

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