All Events

NOTE: Excluding music and arts event categories
Apr 24 Thu
Vancouver's Winter Farmers Market
To Apr 26, every Sat, 10 am-2 pm
Nat Bailey Stadium
4601 Ontario, Vancouver
Buy fresh produce, prepared foods, and crafts. Bring your own bags.
Apr 24 Thu
Baby and Me Hiking
Every Tue, 10:30 am-12 pm, to Jun 3
Pacific Spirit Regional Park
UBC Endowment Lands, Vancouver
New parents and their babies enjoying moderate-level hikes. Parents should have their own comfortable carriers and be able to carry their babies for at least 90 minutes. Not suitable for strollers. Takes place rain or shine.
Apr 24 Thu
Space Cruise
Every Fri, Sat, and Sun, 8 pm, to Apr 27
Vancouver FanClub
1050 Granville, Vancouver
Space-themed event features burlesque, circus, live music, theatre, and interactive games. Alien costumes are encouraged.
Apr 24 Thu
Baker's Market
Apr 27; May 4, 11 am–3 pm
Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre
7646 Prince Albert, Vancouver
Local professional and home bakers sell breads, cakes, cookies, gluten-free baked goods, macarons, muffins, scones, pies, tarts, chocolates, cupcakes, and vegan baked goods.
Apr 24 Thu
Beautify Me Vancouver
Apr 24, doors 6:30 pm, show 8 pm
Fairmont Pacific Rim
1038 Canada Place , Vancouver
CBC news anchor Gloria Macarenko hosts a live auction, dance performances, and show featuring fashions by Bacci's, Boboli, Diane's Lingerie, and Catherine Regehr. Proceeds go to the Hematology Research and Clinical Trials Unit at Vancouver General Hospital and to raise awareness about the importance of blood-donation and bone-marrow registration.
Apr 24 Thu
Yoga Conquers Cancer
Apr 24, 5 pm
B.C. Cancer Agency Research Centre
675 W. 10th, Vancouver
Certified yoga teachers lead Hatha-style classes appropriate for all ability levels. Proceeds go to the B.C. Cancer Foundation.
Apr 24 Thu
Sustainability: Embracing the Challenges
Apr 24, 6:30 pm
Vancouver Playhouse
Hamilton & Dunsmuir, Vancouver
Viable-sustainability expert and Green Recovery author Andrew Winston explores whether we should rethink our current approach to sustainability to deliver a lasting impact.
Apr 24 Thu
Intersectionality
Apr 24, 6:30-9 pm
Chapel Arts
304 Dunlevy
On the opening night of Simon Fraser University's conference on intersectionality, Patricia Hill Collins speaks about critical race theory, and women's and gender studies. Visual artist Alana Boltwood shows mashups of feminism with math, exploring privilege and marginalization.
Apr 24 Thu
Greenest City Series: The Climate Reality Project
Apr 24, 7-8:30 pm
Vancouver Public Library Oakridge Branch
191–650 W. 41st, Vancouver
Hear about solutions that can be adopted by individuals, businesses, and communities to help mitigate climate change.
Apr 24 Thu
In the Aftermath: What Does an Apology Mean?
Apr 24, 7-8:30 pm
Vancouver Maritime Museum
1905 Ogden (Vanier Park), Vancouver
Interactive conversation with NDP leader Adrian Dix, University of the Fraser Valley Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies director Satwinder Bains, and University of British Columbia prof Henry Yu.

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