The City of Vancouver wasn’t even 45 years old at the time the Vancouver Bach Choir gave its first concert at the Orpheum Theatre in December of 1930. Outside of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (1919) the Vancouver Bach Choir is the oldest performing arts organization in the province, and one of the oldest symphonic choirs […]
Archive for October, 2015
It’s gala season in Vancouver and one of the most unique events out there is the Strike a Chord benefit for Music Heals. This special evening is filled with music (of course) and it benefits music therapy programs in our region. What: Strike a Chord Benefit for Music Heals Date: Thursday, October 22, 2015 Time: […]
The same year that UBC is celebrating its 100th anniversary, the Beaty Biodiversity Museum is celebrating 5 years since it opened its doors on campus. This natural history museum contains 20,000 square feet of collections and exhibit space, along with over two million specimens collected over the last 100 years. Beaty Biodiversity Museum‘s collections focus […]
Take an amusement park that’s over 100 years old, add in a Halloween theme, host seven haunted houses and fifteen rides, add in a Halloween theme and you’ve got Fright Nights at Playland, Western Canada’s scariest Halloween event. Open select dates between October 9th and November 1st, tickets are now on sale online (and will […]
Things to do in Vancouver Thanksgiving Long Weekend: Friday, October 9, 2015; Saturday, October 10, 2015; Sunday, October 11, 2015; Monday, October 12, 2015. Activities and events in and around Vancouver, BC.