Welcome to November, seemingly the wettest month of the year! But November is sandwiched between Halloween and Christmas which causes the month to be full of family activities and oodles of festive fun.

Check out our Ultimate Guide to Christmas Markets & Craft Fairs in Metro Vancouver. The craft fairs start as early as November 1st and run to mid-December. The majority of the craft fairs happen in the first half of November.

Bear Creek Park Lights is a FREE, family-friendly light instillation in the City of Surrey (Nov 5 – 19). Wander the grounds enjoying the dazzling lights. Be sure to book your tickets in advance.

On November 11th, we all stop to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms we enjoy every day. We have put together a complete listing of all the Remembrance Day ceremonies across Metro Vancouver. Please note almost all of the 2021 ceremonies are virtual as we are all being asked to #RememberInPlace

The hilarious English panto tradition returns for the 8th year to East Vancouver. You don’t want to miss out seeing East Van Panto: Alice in Wonderland (Nov 24 – Jan 2). Perfect for families with kids aged 5+. Get ready to laugh your socks off!

CandyTown in Yaletown (Nov 27) is Vancouver’s only FREE winter festival. Returning for it’s 9th year CandyTown will transform the heritage district of Yaletown into a winter wonderland complete with stilt walkers and roaming holiday characters, live music and carolling.

Be sure to always visit the Family Fun Vancouver calendar as we are adding new events every day.