CurliQue Beauty is offering free prom makeup for female and male teenagers on their special day from now until June 29th.
Prom (aka grad) can be daunting for parents as the cost of outfits, makeup and hair styling can add up quickly. CurliQue Beauty recognized this and created these complimentary appointments to ensure parents and teens could focus on their memorable grad experience.
Free Makeup for Prom from CurliQue Beauty
Where: The corner of Robson and Homer in Downtown Vancouver
When: Thursday-Saturday in one-hour time slots from 12:00pm to 3:00pm for females and males, by appointment only.
Appointments: Call (604) 685-5508 or email email@example.com with your date and time slot request.
CurliQue Beauty Boutique is the retail extension of Blanche Macdonald, and all of their talented in-store artists are graduates of the Blanche Macdonald makeup program, which means teens will be getting high-quality prom makeup applications without the high price tag. Alongside the complimentary makeup application, CurliQue Beauty will be offering:
A 1-hour complimentary Makeup application appointment and a ring-light selfie photoshoot from the Professional Q-Talent Artists
A 20% discount on in-store products (excludes: The Ordinary & Smith Folio)
Follow CurliQue on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more info. *Complimentary appointments will only be available to secondary school students with valid school ID.
UN Women and E.U. present Culture Night at Jack Poole Plaza, a free public celebration of the Women Deliver 2019 Conference. This is an opportunity for Vancouverites to mix and mingle with international delegates attending the world’s largest conference on gender equality.
Culture Night at Jack Poole Plaza
When: Wednesday, June 5, 2019 from 5:30pm to 9:30pm Where: Jack Poole Plaza Admission: Free, RSVP on Facebook
Culture Night will amplify the movement for gender equality through a free event that will include live music, speakers, food, interactive installations, and a non-profit marketplace.
Organizer of Culture Night, BRANDLIVE is thrilled to announce the line-up of artists curated in collaboration with The Feldman Agency including Juno Award-winning and multi-platinum artist, Chantal Kreviazuk, alongside a diverse list of musical acts including Fionn, Old Soul Rebel, Kimmortal, and Laydy Jams, with more artists to be announced closer to the event.
This eclectic mix of performers will showcase their talent on the Mobilization Canada Stage presented by Women Deliver Mobilization and CanWaCH. Vancouverites will have the opportunity to connect with the movement for gender equality, while conference attendees from around the world will experience the vibrancy, multiculturalism, and creativity of the Vancouver region. Culture Night will also feature a Marketplace presented by WE EMPOWER + Forum for Women Entrepreneurs featuring female entrepreneurs and local non-profit organizations.
When the lineup of free outdoor movies in Stanley Park gets released, you know summer is on the way! Watch your favourite blockbusters and cult classics by the beach every Tuesday from July 2 to August 20, 2019.
Free Outdoor Movies in Stanley Park Summer 2019
Where: Ceperley Meadow – Second Beach in Stanley Park (8501 Stanley Park Drive, Vancouver) When: Movies begin AFTER sundown each night, but there are fun and festivities beginning at 5:00pm and continuing right on through until the show begins.
Bring your lawn chair or blanket, you won’t want to miss these eight unforgettable evenings presented by EVO SUMMER CINEMA. Front row VIP reserved seats start at $20.
Evo Summer Cinema Marketplace
Returning for a second year is the Evo Summer Cinema Marketplace – a collection of some of the finest locally made and artisan created craft goods and other goodies from local BC residents. All our guests, and everyone passing through Stanley Park is invited to come out and see this year’s selection of fantastic goods.
Dinner & A Movie
The incredibly popular ‘Dinner & A Movie’ program has returned to Evo Summer Cinema this year. In partnership with the West End Business Improvement Association (West End BIA) guests will have their choice of 7 different 3-course dining options each week. Tickets are only $35, and include your 3-course dinner and a VIP seat in the tentree Canopy. Spaces at each restaurant are limited to ten (10) each evening, so don’t miss out – select your experience soon!
Participating venues this year are:
Bayside Lounge (19+)
Mary’s on Davie
(One Additional Restaurant Announced Soon!)
Foodora, the on-demand food delivery service, is returning as the exclusive food delivery partner at Evo Summer Cinema. By using the foodora app (available in iOS and Android app stores) moviegoers will be able to order delicious meals from local restaurant favourites delivered directly to the foodora tent, located right by the screen, in Stanley Park.
Food trucks on site include:
Lil’ Fellas Mini Donuts
Big Red’s Poutine
Meet 2 Eat
If you haven’t signed up for Evo Car Share yet, take advantage of the special event offer. Get FREE membership + 30 driving mins at evo.ca using promo code SHAREEVO, or purchase a VIP seat for the tentree Canopy and bump up that offer up to FREE membership + 45 driving mins.
Don’t have a Driver’s License? Bike to Stanley Park with your own free 24 hour Mobi Bike Share pass – valid only on Evo Summer Cinema Tuesdays. There are also MOBI Bike Share stations located at Ceperley Meadow in Stanley Park, making it a convenient way to travel to and from the event. Use promo code is: mobi2movie. The promo code can only be applied on Tuesdays – July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, and Aug 6, 13, 20. The promo code can only be used once per account. There’s also a free bike valet and walking is always an option too!
Download the Outdoor Movie App from the Google or iTunes app store. Fresh Air Cinema hosts 150 free summer cinema nights in British Columbia each year! Follow Outdoor Movies BC on Facebook for all of these listings and more throughout BC.
The BC Highland Games and Scottish Festival is coming up on June 14th (free night) and June 15th (full day, ticketed festival) at Lafarge Lake in Town Centre Park in Coquitlam. I asked the organizers what to expect at this two-day fest of highland fun and they sent me the following list, which you won’t see at any other festival in Metro Vancouver this summer!
10 Things You Have to Experience at the BC Highland Games
The BC Highland Games is a competition, to determine the best musician, dancer, athlete or band. It’s “BC’s Got Talent” on the pipes, in dance, in caber tossing and camaraderie. The bagpipe, highland dance and heavy event competitions are among the most demanding pursuits in the world. And in this tough world, winning is the goal. Surrounding this competitive core is a festival only the Scots can put on, welcoming everyone, from Bhangra dancers to performance pipe band! Don’t miss out on this fun weekend filled with activities for the whole family.
Follow the BC Highland Games on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more information about this festival and its amazing tradition.
Miss604 is proud to be the Social Media Sponsor of the 2019 BC Highland Games.
This year Best Buy wants to encourage Canadians to celebrate their 21st Century Dad and all that he does by getting him something that will enhance his new lifestyle. Whether it’s smart home products to make life at-home more efficient, the must-have addition to his bar sure to make him the coolest Dad on the block, or the latest in music for when he needs a moment of serenity, Canada’s largest tech retailer has you covered.
Dad can immerse himself in a revolutionary audio experience with Bose Frames. Featuring miniaturized Bose electronics built into a classic sunglasses design, these shades send sound right into your ears, while others around you hear virtually nothing. He can play his music, take calls, and protect his eyes from up to 99% of UVA/UVB rays all at once.
Open-ear audio design plays music directly from the frames, leaving your ears free to hear and interact with the world around you
Bluetooth lets your stay connected without the fuss of unruly cables
Miniaturized electronics produce the same rich, immersive sound you’ve come to expect from Bose
Integrated microphone lets you make or take calls and access Siri or Google Assistant
Bose AR enabled to offer a revolutionary audio augmented reality platform
Bose Connect app provides a simple setup, personalized settings, and access to future updates
Uniformly tinted lenses block up to 99% of UVA/UVB rays
Rondo frame style boasts a distinct, retro-inspired rounded look to help you stand out from the crowd
Includes protective case, microfibre pouch, and magnetic charging cable
Here’s how you can enter to win Bose Frames Rondo Bluetooth Audio Sunglasses for dad this year:
It was 4 years ago today that I walked into BC Place and received my credentials as the City of Vancouver’s official blogger for the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Not since the Vancouver 2010 Olympics had I been so proud to put a lanyard around my neck and check out the best athletes from around the world.
This year’s World Cup is in France, and while it’s not the same as being in our local stadium or at a public celebration and viewing site down the street, you can watch all the action at Library Square Public House.
FIFA Women’s World Cup at Library Square in Vancouver
Join alumni from Canada’s Women’s Soccer team as they cheer on Canada during the 2019 Women’s World Cup match against New Zealand on Saturday June 15th.
Team Canada will kick off their second qualifying group match at 12:00pm, and the event will run until 5:00pm, with the unique opportunity to mix, mingle, and chat with Team Canada alumni about their experiences and this year’s World Cup.
Each $25 ticketincludes a burger and a beer with proceeds from the event benefitting Canada Women’s Soccer and the programs they run. All ages are welcome to attend, and everyone is encouraged to wear their Canada gear and show their pride as they cheer Canada together.
For more about the FIFA Women’s World Cup at Library Square, follow along on Facebook.
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