Archive of posts tagged "east vancouver"

Ce Soir Noir at Crab Park

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You’ve probably heard of Dîner en Blanc by now, where 3,500 Vancouverites dress in their very best whites and attend an exclusive outdoor dining party at a surprise location filled with romance, grandeur and charm. This chic picnic, inspired by the first Dîner en Blanc in Paris 27 years ago and now held in dozens […]

July Late Night Movies at the Rio Theatre

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Cool off and enjoy a late night movie at the Rio Theatre this month with East Van’s best buttery popcorn, a margarita or beer. Tickets for the late night series are available online in advance or at the door for just $8 or $6 if you come in costume for the midnight shows. Friday, July […]

New Porch Seating at Nat Bailey Stadium

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The prettiest little ballpark in North America is adding to its fan experience as Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club and Northam Beverages bring baseball fans the newest seating area within Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr The new covered seating area with counter tops in front of each fan is […]

The East Van Cross

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Developed from a graffiti symbol that has circulated for several decades, the Monument for East Vancouver sculpture (known also as the East Van Cross) was created by Ken Lum as an expression of hope and defiance. Installed in 2010 at the corner of Clark and East 6th Avenue, Lum once told the Vancouver Sun that […]

Eastside Culture Crawl: Terminal City Glass Co-op

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The Eastside Culture Crawl, Vancouver’s visual celebration of art, creativity, and community, returns November 20th to November 23rd as it is extended to four days for the first time ever. The culture crawl welcomes you to studios, homes, garages, and other creative spaces in Vancouver’s Eastside, where you can meet a cast of painters, jewellers, […]

Winter Farmers Markets in Vancouver

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The thermometer is plummeting, windblown trees have shaken the last bits of summer from their branches, and holiday decorations are being unboxed. A whole new season has at last arrived in Vancouver and with it comes locally grown vegetables, meat and seafood from local ranchers and fishermen, artisan cheese and bread, and baked goods at […]