Whether you’re planning on hitting the slopes (Whistler opened today!) or hitting the pillows this weekend, have fun doing it! There’s a plethora of fun things happening this weekend, include the Culture Crawl and a couple other fun events that include JURASSIC PARK and the SYMPHONY. Read on…

friday events in vancouver

Friday, November 17, 2017

  • Eastside Culture Crawl – Vancouver’s 4-day visual arts, design and crafts festival. This event involves more than 20,000 people visiting artists in their studios
  • Feel the Vibe Jamaica Pop Up – You’re invited to feel the vibe of Jamaica at a free pop up experience full of island-inspired food, fun, and music.
  • Eastside Flea Holiday Kickoff Party – Kicking off the holiday craft season with a night of curated vendors, live vinyl deejay, tasty eats, drink specials, and the return of the infamous SPINNING PRIZE WHEEL!! (win a tattoo!)
  • Just For Laughs Alternative Comedy Tour – Featuring some of comedy’s quirkiest stand-ups for an evening of off-beat hilarity. Headlining is the star of  Silicon Valley, TJ Miller. With guest Rhys Darby from Flight of the Conchords. Hosted by Nick Vatterott.
  • Rio Theatre Grind Film Festival – A bunch of gritty movies scheduled to play at the iconic theatre.

saturday in vancouver

Saturday, November 18, 2017

  • Eastside Culture Crawl – Vancouver’s 4-day visual arts, design and crafts festival. This event involves more than 20,000 people visiting artists in their studios
  • Eastside Flea Market – over 50 local vendors, 3 local food trucks, live deejay, seasonal drink specials, pinball, pool & more!
  • Perogy Lunch Weekend – Come taste the homemade perogies, cabbage rolls, borshch, and kovbassa on a bun.
  • Winter Farmers Market – Weekly farmers market held at Nat Bailey Stadium.
  • Craft & Bake Fair – Holiday spirit with a Japanese flare! Visit the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre annual Craft & Bake Fair. You’ll find seasonal gifts, delicious treats and something crafty for everyone on your list
  • 12th Annual Louis Riel Day Celebration – An evening of Métis Dance, Music & Culture
  • Crofton House Winter Bazaar – The Bazaar is a family-oriented festival-style event with something for everyone – and ALL proceeds go to KidSafe, a local children’s charity.
  • Festival Time: A Yardie Party – Part of the Feel the Vibe Jamaica Pop Up – This party is dedicated to experiencing Jamaica through all the ages of its most popular forms of music.
  • Woodwards Atrium Market – A community event that brings incredible goods made from artisans, crafters and original or vintage goods.
  • MEC Vancouver Film Fest – Presented by Tourism Whistler will feature short films from DPS, Salomon & Burton followed by the feature film MAGNETIC – A Whistler Blackcomb Movie.
  • VSO at the Movies: Jurassic Park – Watch Jurassic Park projected in HD with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra performing the magnificent John Williams score LIVE to picture.

sunday in vancouver

Sunday, November 19, 2017

  • Eastside Culture Crawl – Vancouver’s 4-day visual arts, design and crafts festival. This event involves more than 20,000 people visiting artists in their studios
  • Eastside Flea Market – over 50 local vendors, 3 local food trucks, live deejay, seasonal drink specials, pinball, pool & more!
  • Feel the Vibe Jamaica Pop Up – You’re invited to feel the vibe of Jamaica at a free pop up experience full of island-inspired food, fun, and music.
  • Vancouver Vinyl Record Show – Tons of tables with different vendors selling Vinyl Records 45’s 33’s 78’s, CD’s, Rock n Roll/Music Memorabilia
  • Craft & Bake Fair – Holiday spirit with a Japanese flare! Visit the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre annual Craft & Bake Fair. You’ll find seasonal gifts, delicious treats and something crafty for everyone on your list
  • New Moon Ceremony – Witches, moons and wombs will be a beautiful and illuminating, nurturing and playful evening where conscious community will gather to elevate, nourish, restore and rise up.
  • VSO at the Movies: Jurassic Park – Watch Jurassic Park projected in HD with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra performing the magnificent John Williams score LIVE to picture.

For even more things to do, and a look at what’s coming up this week, check out the full November event listings.

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