6 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Monday, February 11

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      This Valentines Day roll up your sleeves and express your love with heart-shaped food covered in cheese. At the Main Street or Kitsilano locations of Rocky Mountain Flatbread you can make your own pizza with your favourite toppings. Participants also receive a chocolate Hershey's kiss. Kid-friendly too!

      Rocky Mountain Flatbread • $15

       

      Kenya's answer to Black Panther, Supa Modo, is a poignant and irresistible fantasy about 9-year-old Jo, a girl with terminal cancer who comes to believe she has some very special gifts.

      Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour • $13

       

      Singer Bilal brings his deep soul/R&B sound to Vancouver with a full band for an early 7 pm show, with guest Niña Mendoza.

      Fortune Sound Club, 147 East Pender• $24

       

      Looking for a job in the tech industry as a developer, data analyst, UX/UI designer, or project manager? Talent Day is an opportunity to network and connect with top tech companies in a casual setting. Meet recruiters and technical reps from Vancouver’s top companies face-to-face.

      Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews • $15

        

      As part of Black History Month, Vancity Theatre presents Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church, filmed at the Atlanta Pop Festival in 1970 just 10 weeks before his death.

      Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour • $11

       

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      The Vancouver Canucks welcome the San Jose Sharks to Rogers Arena. 

      Rogers Arena, 800 Griffiths Way • Find tickets

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