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The Coca-Cola® Holiday Caravan is on it's way to Metro Vancouver and will be in town from December 15 to December 19. Guests are invited to immerse themselves in a FREE interactive and festive gathering featuring a meet-and-greet session and a complimentary holiday photo opportunity with Santa. Furthermore, attendees will be treated to a complimentary

Get your last minute shopping done with the ELEVENTH HOUR Artisan Market! Featuring: 30 Carefully Selected Artisans offering a wide variety of products - no duplicate tables Hundreds of Stocking Stuffer Items under $5 $10 & $20! Cash Bar; Sip and Shop (Note - Bar takes ONLY Cash) Draws for Market Cash or Raffle Baskets

The Skate Before Christmas will be a fun way to celebrate the holiday season while raising money for a good cause - young women battling cancer. Organizers encourage participants to invite friends, wear their favourite holiday sweater, and come join us for a fun afternoon on the ice. There are two different skate times you

All aboard the express train to the festive season! The brisk winter chill marks the return of the beloved Canadian Pacific Holiday Train, decorated with dazzling lights and featuring delightful musical performances. Don't miss the chance to experience the marvelous magic of the holiday train as it spreads joy from coast to coast. RELATED: Bear

Christmas Craft Fair in Mt. Pleasant features items such as jewelry, candles, crochet items, tote bags, coasters, baked goods, and much more from 15+ local small businesses. This fair will run from 11 am to 5 pm on Saturday, December 23 at 2008 Manitoba Street. Fun activities including balloon animals, face paint, and coloring pages

Some call it #Pongal, Some call it #Bihu, Some call it #Lohri and, Some might call it #MakarSankranti. Celebrate all over India, this occasion marks the transition of the sun from the zodiac of Sagittarius (dhanu) to Capricorn (makara). Since the sun has made this transition which vaguely coincides with moving from south to north,

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with the museum as we host our first Lunar New Year at the Wing Sang Building! From January 24 to February 11, every visitor (with paid admission) to the museum will receive a fortune cookie! Visitors who find a GOLDEN TICKET inside their cookie will be eligible to win

The Pacific Agriculture Show brings together thousands of people to network, explore, learn, and celebrate the important work local farmers, producers, and suppliers do every day.  There’s plenty to do, see, and explore that the entire family will enjoy! This includes: A petting zoo Free ice cream  Face painting (on Saturday only) Balloon artists (on

Embrace being Canadian by indulging in one of our nation’s favourites—the hot and salty poutine. La Poutine Week is set to return for the first week of February, so get your stretchy pants ready. Heading into its twelfth consecutive year, the week-long event will allow poutine-enthusiasts to discover new restaurants, creations, and flavours of one-of-a-kind

Vancouver's 50th Chinatown Spring Festival Celebration is set to captivate the city this Spring! The festival and parade will take place on Sunday, February 11, 2024. It marks the start of Lunar New Year festivities and welcoming the Year of the Dragon. RELATED: 27 Fun Things To Do In Metro Vancouver This January Chinatown Spring Festival

Produced by Latincouver, the annual Brazilian Carnaval takes place all day and night on Granville Island, this February long weekend! The daytime festivities will feature family-friendly experiences with magicians, street performers, face-painting and more. The vibrant event gives children and parents the opportunity to celebrate Brazilian culture and share it with their community The evening