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April, 2018

Celebrate what Vancouver and the rest of BC has to offer! Tap into the pulse of the city with arts and culture festivals, food events, and more.


This award-winning physical comedy is Stéphanie Morin-Robert’s personal account of navigating childhood with a glass eye, the bullies and friends that shaped her experiences, and how the feat of overcoming and embracing disadvantage has made her the woman she is today. Integrating live video projection, contemporary dance and riveting comedic storytelling, Stéphanie recounts… more


The Kerrisdale Antiques Fair returns to the charming and historic neighbourhood of Kerrisdale in Vancouver, BC on Saturday & Sunday, April 7 & 8, 2018. This semi-annual favourite, now in its 17th year, features over 250 tables of antique, vintage and retro collectibles, making it the largest event of its kind held in Vancouver. Highlights of the diverse selection to be found here… more

Time Travelers' Bazaar

10:30am Sunday, April 22nd to 5:00pm Sunday, April 22nd Heritage Hall3102 Main StreetVancouver, BC

Vancouver's original annual market dedicated to eclectic fashion, vintage style and costumers of all sorts. This is our 6th year bringing you unique clothing, jewelry, hats, masks, and other accessories to ensure your wardrobe stands out. From garments, hats, and accessories for gentlemen and ladies, to items for that distinctive child or baby in the family. From across time and space, and from… more

Science World's Extravagant Evenings for Teens

Hey, high school students! Science World's next teen night is coming up soon. Join us for a fun, FREE evening and investigate how your senses can fool your mind. Discover the science behind insane illusions and learn how to make some of your own! Date: April 6, 2018 Time: 6pm–9pm Schedule 6:00pm – Doors Open 6:30pm – Welcome Show 6:45pm – Explore Galleries and Mind… more

ADAS Micro PCB Soldering Prototypes Training

9:00am Saturday, April 7th to 5:00pm Sunday, April 8th 10318 Whalley Blvd., Surrey, BC 10318 Whalley Boulevard

Micro PCB Soldering Prototypes for ADAS, Autonomous Vehicles, IoT. This 2 days course is designed for engineers and technicians working on vehicle electronics, building test car prototypes for ADAS, AD, Autonomous Vehicles, Automotive PCBs and 5G Networks, wearable devices, drones, medical monitoring equipment, VR/ AR products. The course covers mid to Advanced level Micro PCB Soldering/ Rework… more

Chan Centre: Daymé Arocena and Roberto Fonseca – April 15, 2018

The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts at UBC welcomes Cuban musical ambassadors and charismatic artists Daymé Arocena and Roberto Fonseca Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 7pm in the Chan Shun Concert Hall. This double-bill evoking a hypnotic Havana night begins with the soaring young musical force Arocena. Since the launch of her sophomore album Cubafonia (2017), Arocena has won praise from… more

The Dance Centre presents the Discover Dance! series: Arts Umbrella Dance Company

The energy and skill of a new generation takes the stage for the April edition of The Dance Centre’s popular Discover Dance! noon series, as the exceptional young dancers of the Arts Umbrella Dance Company perform a varied and stimulating program of contemporary ballets. Trained through Arts Umbrella’s renowned dance program, these talented artists perform works created by… more

Ann Beatty "The Learning Garden" & Helen Kellington "Living Curiously"

10:00am Wednesday, April 4th to 4:00pm Sunday, May 6th The Gallery @ Cove Commons, Bowen Island

In “The Learning Garden,” Ann Beatty will explore bees and pollination and educate through her colourful watercolour flower artworks. Helen Kellington explores glass, light and reflection through her watercolour artworks featuring everyday still lifes, in “Living Curiously.” This joint exhibit runs April 4-May 6, 2018, with an opening reception on Saturday, April 7,… more

Canadian Immigrant Fair: Careers. Education. Settlement

New to Metro Vancouver? You’re not alone. The Canadian Immigrant Fair is here to help you on your journey to success with the ultimate tradeshow and speakers’ series for skilled immigrants, newcomers, international students and other new Canadians. The free fair offers a dynamic environment for immigrants who need information and inspiration as they look for jobs, go back to school… more

Dragon Boat - Community Come Try It Day!

10:00am Saturday, April 7th to 12:00pm Saturday, April 7th Fort Langley Public Dock (behind LeLem' Café 23285 Billy Brown Rd, Langley, BC)

Burning Desire to Try Dragon Boating? Are you between 18-??? Want to meet new people and have fun? Come try Dragon Boating!No Experience or Equipment Necessary Fort Langley Canoe Club is hosting an Community “Come Try It” Day for the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. FLCC members come from all over the Lower Mainland to paddle, and range in ages from youth to 70+! When: April 7th… more


Opening: Thursday, April 5, 2018 @ 7pm - 9pm Artists in attendance. Open to the public. A sliver, a cut, a slice of time, broken off from… Sliver is a group exhibition by the Canadian artist society, PAINTER8. Each artwork makes up a “sliver” of the whole exhibition. Whether abstract, figurative or conceptual, members of PAINTER8 aim to establish dialogue and challenge each… more

Richmond Cherry Blossom Festival

11:00am Sunday, April 8th to 4:00pm Sunday, April 8th Garry Point Park, Steveston Village

The 2nd annual Richmond Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates the arrival of Spring and blooming of the cherry blossoms. In Japan, cherry blossoms are known as sakura, which are a special flower to the people and the country. The cherry blossom signifies a time of renewal and the cycle of life. Two weeks after the peak of the cherry blossom’s bloom, the pedals begin to fall. The cherry… more

11th Annual Nifty for Fifty Indie Designer Sale on Sunday, April 15th

11:00am Sunday, April 15th to 7:00pm Sunday, April 15th Heritage Hall, 3102 Main Street, Vancouver, BC

Over 30 local designers are offering deep discounts at the 11th annual one-day Nifty for Fifty sale -- -- on Sunday, April 15, 2018 from 11am-7pm at Heritage Hall, 3102 Main Street, Vancouver where all items are priced at $50 or less. It’s a great opportunity to meet local, independent designers where everything from jewelry, clothing, accessories, sketchbooks to… more

Historical & Contemporary Indigenous Perspectives: Reframing Photography

Early settler photography was used to frame and contain Indigenous people and their cultural practices to the past. Historical and contemporary Indigenous photographers have used this technology to reframe and challenge settler romanticization in favour of powerful narratives of survival. Presenter: Dr. Megan Smetzer Megan A. Smetzer is an independent art historian based in Vancouver, BC. She… more

Pricing Your Artwork with Annie Briard

How is pricing best determined for an artwork? In which ways is a print priced differently from a painting? What factors influence how much a collector might be willing to spend? This workshop will use group activities and case studies for participants to discuss pricing approaches for artists. Annie Briard's work has been presented across Canada and internationally in solo and group… more

City in Flux: Performance Art Piece with Carolina de la Cajiga

As part of her City in Flux - Work in Progress exhibition, artist Carolina de la Cajiga will lead a whimsical performance art piece that dives deep into the tension between growth and preservation in the future development of West Vancouver. Join us for a playful afternoon that will take you on a journey into Carolina’s imaginary world as she explores the prospects for the city. This… more

City in Flux: Panel Discussion

Join planning and transportation professionals, artists and architects as they explore the changing landscape of the Vancouver area and its implications for the future. Presented in conjunction with the Capture Photography Festival and Carolina de la Cajiga's City in Flux photo exhibition at the gallery. Admission by donation. Limited space, call 604-925-7270 (course #44038) to reserve your… more

Easter Dino Egg Hunt

Britanniasaurus Rex is back again for our annual candy-free Easter Dino Egg Hunt. Can you find his gem-filled eggs? Egg hunts will begin at 11am and 1pm. Be sure to be here in time to join in the fun. Find the eggs and then bring them to the mineral table to identify your treasures. Want a photo with B. Rex? He will be wandering around the Museum site from 11 AM to 11.30 AM and then from 1 PM… more

After Hours at Vancouver Aquarium

6:00pm Friday, April 20th to 10:00pm Friday, April 20th Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park (845 Avison Way)

Calling all trivia lovers! Test your aquatic knowledge at Vancouver Aquarium’s second annual trivia night at After Hours on Friday, April 20. Grab a beer or glass of wine and a snack and enjoy exploring the Aquarium after dark in a fun and social adults-only atmosphere. In addition to getting involved in fascinating and fun pub-style trivia, there’s a lot to see and do: • Enjoy… more

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