February

The Nonexistent
The Nonexistent

A young girl tells her story to the walls that lock her away. With words, she drives a hole into prejudices and forges a path to dignity. Intertwining epic accounts and acrobatic feats, The Nonexistent powerfully and boldly recounts a modern-day tragedy, that of migrant children fighting to carve out
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Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition
EXTENDED: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition

Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition is true to size, hands-free, and perfect for our socially distant yet innovative world. This exhibit is reproduced using state-of-the-art technology and is suitable for all audiences, relying on a spacious area where Michelangelo’s masterpieces stretch floor-to-ceiling and closer than ever. The experience will awaken
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LunarFest
LunarFest Welcomes the Year of the Tiger

Celebrate the Year of the Tiger with LunarFest! Join the LunarFest Celebrations taking place outside šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énḵ Square (formerly known as Vancouver Art Gallery North Plaza) on Feb 5th and 6th. Enjoy a weekend of arts and culture with everyone this winter. Come experience cultural stories, and participate in music
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FlyOver Canada presents Soar Over Taiwan
FlyOver Canada presents Soar Over Taiwan

Ready to celebrate the Year of the Tiger? FlyOver Canada invites you to Soar Over Taiwan as part of your Lunar New Year celebrations. Seen from above, Taiwan is positively breathtaking in its beauty. From busy cityscapes to bursting cherry blossoms and tiered gardens, the visuals offered up in Soar
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Vancouver International Boat Show – Cancelled for 2022

Western Canada’s largest boat show, the Vancouver International Boat Show, is returning to give boaters an early start to the upcoming season.The 58th annual event is set to host an exciting lineup of the newest and most innovative boats and accessories from over 250 exhibitors, along with entertaining and informative
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Winter Wander
Winter Wander at Vanier Park – Just $5 Gets You Into 5 Vancouver Attractions!

Bring your family down to Vanier Park for Winter Wander and enjoy a day of music, history, science, and art. There will be local food vendors on site as well as the opportunity to enter to win memberships and other great prizes. Best of all? Your $5 admission includes admission
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Hot Chocolate Festival
Hot Chocolate Festival

Who doesn’t love a steaming cup of hot chocolate? And when that mug of hot cocoa gets gussied up, well there’s just no stopping the pleasure! Back again, the beloved Hot Chocolate Festival brings us all decadent treats from coffee shops, cafes, and bistros around Greater Vancouver. Head to their
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Winter Fun for $5 or Less In Metro Vancouver

The winter months are already insanely expensive. Even if you dial down your spending on holiday gifts, the food, the parties, the electric bill all hit the bank account harder through the winter. When looking for something to do with your kids – either over the Christmas break or on
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Sledding Hills
Watch Out Below! Fabulously Fun Sledding Hills Around Metro Vancouver

If your kids are like mine, a mere dusting is enough snow to warrant pulling out the magic carpets and sleds. Grab your toques, mitts, pack some hot chocolate and get ready to fly down hillsides. Remember to always pack a change of clothes because no matter how well you
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Robson Square Ice Rink
Robson Square Ice Rink

The Robson Square Ice Rink is located in the very heart of downtown next to the Vancouver Art Gallery and Robson Street shopping. As it is covered by a clear dome there is protection from rain but is otherwise outside, letting you feel the breeze on you face, letting you
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