7 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Monday, January 21

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      The eighth annual Street Food City festival brings 20 trucks downtown for a feast lasting all week. Culinary options include Pad Thai, tacos,  perogies, and Slavic rolls. The event runs Monday to Thursday from 11am to 3 pm, and Friday to Sunday from 11am to 5pm.

      Vancouver Art Gallery plaza • Free


      Wild Child, "Crazy Bird"

      Austin's Wild Child bring their indie-pop sound to the Fox in support of their latest release, Expectations. With guest Batty jr.

      Fox Cabaret, 2321 Main • $16


      An introverted teenage girl (Golden Globe nominee Elsie Fisher) tries to survive the last week of her disastrous Grade 8 year before leaving to start high school in Bo Burnham‘s Eighth Grade.

      Rio Theatre, 1660 E. Broadway • $12.50


      Stand-up comedy at Grotto features headliner Katie-Ellen Humphries and funny words from the mouths of Byron Bertram, Kwasi Thomas, Rory Dunn, Rachel Schaefer, Thanos Michailopoulos, Alannah Brittany, and Aba Atlas.

      Grotto, 1725 Davie • $5


      The Wolf And Hound

      Gather some friends, choose a saying or design, and paint it on your very own Rustic Sign. A piece of reclaimed wood for your canvas, stencils, paints, and brushes are all provided. 

      The Wolf And Hound, 3617 West Broadway • $60



      Trivia team assemble! Compete for prizes and respect at The Junction's trivia night, Quizzin' With Carin. There's some under-$5 drink specials to sweeten the pot.

      The Junction, 1138 Davie • Free


      Discover how to up your dating game when you Get Your Flirt On with Marcia Baczynski. Chat about what flirting is and isn't, and play games to embrace the playfulness of the evening.

      RED Academy, 1490 W. Broadway • $7 in advance, $10 at the door