Well Vancouver was the craziest week we’ve seen in a long, long time. So while this weekend’s forecast looks surprisingly tame, we also include a few options to find those who want to help with relief efforts or just do some good in their community. And of course, there are our classic picks, since the holiday season is almost in full swing.
Here are 10 of the best things to do in Vancouver this weekend.
Discover some fundraisers related to the storm in British Columbia
Want to help those affected this week? A variety of verified fundraisers have been created with exactly this in mind. Help individual families, support animal shelters, or even help entire communities.
Or: Click on the link above for more information
This local gastronomy festival is back for another part! Not only is this a great way to enjoy some of the best places in town, but $ 5 of each meal / specialty offering will go to the HAVE Culinary Training Society, which helps underprivileged members of the community to educate themselves and to find a job. in, the tourism and hospitality industry.
When: Now until November 30
Or: Spots everywhere in Strathcona!
The Rio Theater is hosting not one, but four rock climbing films as part of the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival. Additionally, the event will feature a presentation by Alannah Yip, who competed in rock climbing events at the Tokyo Olympics earlier this summer.
When: Friday 19 November
Or: 1660 Broadway Street
Cost: 23 $
That’s right, this iconic event is back for the holiday season! There is no denying that Canyon Lights is a must-do activity for tourists and residents alike. Whether you experience it for the first time or come back on a loop to capture the magic, it’s an easy choice this weekend.
When: Starts Saturday, November 20
Or: 3735 Capilano Road
Tickets: $ 54.95
Although more popular in the summer, Reflections at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia is also worth a visit in the winter. This gorgeous outdoor patio is the perfect place to relax in style, and the seasonal food and drink offerings only add to the ambiance.
When: Open all winter
Or: 801 West Georgia Street
TOKiMONSTA has become a staple name in the electronic scene, thanks to collaborations with names like ZHU and Anderson .Paak. Surprise, she is also incredible live! If you are looking to enjoy live music this weekend then this is our top choice.
When: saturday 20 november
Or: 868 Granville Street
Cost: $ 34.50
Speaking of lights, Lumiere Vancouver is perfect for lovers of lavish lights. Located across the city, these light installations are public works of art that help add brightness to dark November nights. There are sculptures on Granville Island, as well as others scattered around the downtown area that are worth a visit.
When: Throughout the weekend
Or: Locations across Vancouver
Cost: To free
Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: the exhibition
Who says you have to move to boring old Italy to see one of the most iconic works of art in human history? Not us! While not the “real thing,” Special Entertainment Events Inc’s new exhibit features an immersive installation that brings Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel to your front door.
When: Starts Friday, November 19
Or: 999 Place du Canada
Cost: $ 20.10 for the GA
Ho ho ho! It’s that time of year again and it’s high time to get in the Christmas mood. And, in our opinion, there isn’t a better place in the city that looks more like Christmas than the Vancouver Christmas Market. With drinks, snacks and gifts galore, it’s a holiday tradition.
When: Open all weekend
Or: Place Jack Poole, 1055 Place Canada
Cost: $ 12.99 for GA
Vancouver-based sportswear brand Vitae Apparel is having its third annual warehouse sale this weekend. You can get the best gear for up to 75% off. Exclusive VIP access for Curiocity readers begins Friday evening. Register now here.
When: From Friday November 19 (VIP ONLY) to Sunday November 21
Or: 33 8th Avenue West
Hopefully these choices will put a little spring in your approach before the weekend!