Archive of posts tagged "events"

Ballet BC 25th Anniversary

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It’s Ballet BC’s 25th anniversary and they will celebrate by presenting a collection of world premiere performances next week. “We are delighted to be bringing our Vancouver audiences an exciting evening of new works by Canadian and Ballet BC alumni. We are also honoured to be collaborating with one of Canada’s leading chamber orchestras, The […]

Video Games Live in Vancouver

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Video Games Live is coming to Vancouver for two performances next week presenting music from popular video games with choir performers, orchestras, exclusive video footage, and live action. The world’s biggest video game concert (that set a Guinness World Record in 2008 for most video game performances in a single year) will be at the […]

Obscura Day 2011

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The Atlas Obscura, an online directory of bizarre, amusing, and curious attractions, once again presents Obscura Day this Saturday, April 9, 2011, around the world. There are currently 103 cities participating with events from a meetup at the Owl House Museum in East Cape, South Africa, to Tinkertown tours in Sandia Park, Minnesota, and tours […]

WE: Vancouver 12 Manifestos at the Vancouver Art Gallery

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The Vancouver Art Gallery is hosting several special exhibits and events throughout the next few months in honor of Vancouver’s 125th birthday (which is tomorrow, April 6th). Source: Vancouver Art Gallery Exhibits Until May 2011: WE: Vancouver 12 Manifestos for the City This exhibition examines Vancouver through the extraordinary range of practices, actions and ideas […]

Canadian Cancer Society Daffodil Month 2011

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April is Daffodil Month for the Canadian Cancer Society that will be hosting events and a fundraising campaign in support of cancer research in BC. Photo credit: antaean on Flickr Every three minutes another Canadian is faced with fighting cancer. This April, as part of our annual Daffodil Month, the Canadian Cancer Society is asking […]