Archive for July, 2017

Vancouver Queer Film Festival Tickets: Win Tickets

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The Vancouver Queer Film Festival (“VQFF”) has released its complete festival lineup for the 11-day festival, taking place August 10-20. Curated by Artistic Directors Amber Dawn and Anoushka Ratnarajah, more than 50 films will be featured along with 7 visiting filmmakers/directors, 19 local directors, and numerous local performing artists and free events, in addition to […]

Nomadic Tempest in Gibsons

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Every time I hop on the Horseshoe Bay-Langdale ferry I forget 1) how quick the trip is to the Sunshine Coast and 2) just how gorgeous the entire area is. Mountains dipping straight down into the sea, evergreen-covered islands, white sailboats, blue skies, and an abundance of arts, culture, and festivals. Now the Sunshine Coast […]

Symphony by the Sea in Nanaimo

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The Vancouver Island Symphony and guest artists will perform at Nanaimo’s Maffeo Sutton Park for Symphony by the Sea, happening August 12th. Now in its 23rd season, this family-friendly event in a seaside park is the perfect way to spend a warm summer night in the Harbour City. Symphony by the Sea in Nanaimo When: […]

A Day of Laughter with A-Maze-Ing Laughter and Vancouver Biennale

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Join Vancouver Biennale on July 13th to celebrate one of Vancouver’s most engaging pieces of public art, A-maze-ing Laughter at English Bay. A Day of Laughter When: Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 10:00am to 2:00pm Where: Morton Park (Denman near Davie, English Bay) Details: RSVP for the Facebook event Mayor Gregor Robertson will proclaim the […]