DAVID OUSTED OF VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC CREATES VIDEO SUPPORTING JEANS DAY™

  – Only Two Weeks Left To Order Buttons & Lapel Pins for Jeans Day – Jeans Day 2017 Goal to Raise 1.2 Million for BC Children’s Hospital   Jeans Day, a fundraiser for BC Children’s Hospital Foundation (BCCHF) taking place on Thursday, May 4, 2017, released this video ­featuring Jeans Day ambassador David Ousted of … Read moreDAVID OUSTED OF VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC CREATES VIDEO SUPPORTING JEANS DAY™

George Littlechild’s “Warrior” Exhibit at Kimoto Gallery until April 29

  Aboriginal artist George Littlechild’s stunning new exhibit, “Warriors” opened last weekend at the Kimoto Gallery with a huge crowd of family, friends and art lovers in attendance. Breathtakingly vibrant images fill the walls, each painted in rich, joyful colours which elicit a visceral response from the viewer. Every one of the warriors has so … Read moreGeorge Littlechild’s “Warrior” Exhibit at Kimoto Gallery until April 29

SPIRITUAL ARTWORKS IN SPOTLIGHT AT THE (IN)FINITE EXHIBITION: A CELEBRATION OF THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ANGLICAN FOUNDATION OF CANADA

    (in)finite: spiritual conversations in cloth May 24 to June 4, 2017 Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, B.C.    Vancouver’s magnificent Christ Church Cathedral is set to showcase some truly inspirational works of art this spring. To mark the Anglican Foundation of Canada’s (AFC) diamond anniversary, the (in)finite: spiritual conversations in cloth exhibition explores the “finite limitations … Read moreSPIRITUAL ARTWORKS IN SPOTLIGHT AT THE (IN)FINITE EXHIBITION: A CELEBRATION OF THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ANGLICAN FOUNDATION OF CANADA

MOA Honours Cultural Significance of Written Word Transformed by Art in – Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia –

  Insightful Exhibition Also Considers the Place of Words & Writing in a Digital Age The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC presents the perceptive and explorative new exhibition Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia, on display May 11 – October 9, 2017. Honouring the special significance that written forms hold across many … Read moreMOA Honours Cultural Significance of Written Word Transformed by Art in – Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia –

Arts Umbrella’s Expressions Theatre Festival Celebrates Young Artists’ Achievements with Courageous & Captivating Lineup

Arts Umbrella Showcase of burgeoning talent features beloved theatre favourites and a gripping world premiere    Arts Umbrella is proud to announce the 2017 Expressions Theatre Festival, an annual event celebrating the next generation of gifted young artists from the organization’s Pre-Professional Theatre Program, running May 18 to 27, 2017, at Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island. From the … Read moreArts Umbrella’s Expressions Theatre Festival Celebrates Young Artists’ Achievements with Courageous & Captivating Lineup

The Firehall Arts Centre Welcomes the World Premiere of Circle Game: Reimagining the Music of Joni Mitchell to its East Vancouver Stage

    April 29 – May 20 |Firehall Arts Centre| 280 E. Cordova Opening Night: May 3 at 8pm Previews: April 29, 8pm | April 30, 3pm | May 2, 7pm | May 3, 1pm Performance Times: Tues, 7pm | Wed-Fri, 8pm | Sat, 4pm & 8pm | Sun, 3pm | Wed, 1pm PWYC (May … Read moreThe Firehall Arts Centre Welcomes the World Premiere of Circle Game: Reimagining the Music of Joni Mitchell to its East Vancouver Stage

REDPATCH at Studio 16 until April 16

  I had the honour of attending Hardline Productions world premiere of Raes Calvert and Sean Harris Oliver’s historical drama REDPATCH at Presentation House Theatre in North Vancouver last week. Marking the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge on April 9, 1917,  this moving production follows the story of a young Métis volunteer … Read moreREDPATCH at Studio 16 until April 16

EGG-CITING DINING OPTIONS FOR EASTER SUNDAY AT TULALIP RESORT CASINO

  On April 16, Celebrate The Holiday With The Whole Family   The chef team at the Tulalip Resort Casino has hatched several egg-trodinary Easter Sunday dining options for the whole family. Guests can choose from the Resort’s signature Eagles Buffet, to dinner specials at the award-winning Blackfish Wild Salmon Grill, Tulalip Bay Restaurant, or … Read moreEGG-CITING DINING OPTIONS FOR EASTER SUNDAY AT TULALIP RESORT CASINO

AND MAIN MAKES THREE: NEWEST RAILTOWN CAFE TO OPEN AT 1691 MAIN ST. ON APRIL 17

   New Location Brings Railtown’s Trademark Menu of Gourmet Sandwiches, Pastries and Build-Your-Own Salad Bar to Vancouver’s Olympic Village Neighbourhood   Railtown Cafe will launch the latest stop on its expanding railroad map of counter-service restaurants with the debut of a new 25-seat licensed cafe located at 1691 Main Street in Vancouver’s Olympic Village neighbourhood on Monday, April 17. Open … Read moreAND MAIN MAKES THREE: NEWEST RAILTOWN CAFE TO OPEN AT 1691 MAIN ST. ON APRIL 17

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  EASTER FEASTING: RAILTOWN CATERING MAKES CELEBRATING EASY THIS APRIL WITH EXCLUSIVE EASTER TO-GO PACKAGE     EASTER SUNDAY, WEST COAST-STYLE: BOULEVARD KITCHEN & OYSTER BAR PRESENTS EXCLUSIVE BUFFET BRUNCH SERVICE ON APRIL 16   Celebrate a delicious Easter at Dockside’s Marketplace Brunch Buffet   #TasteofThursday Honey Glazed Bone-In Ham recipe   The top 5 romantic … Read more#Favourites…what’s happening in Vancouver and beyond