6 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Wednesday, March 13

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      WISE Hall
      1882 Adanac
      7 pm

      The East Side Beer Fest features craft beers from B.C. and around the world. There will also be a silent auction and door prizes, with all proceeds going to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society.


      Rio Theatre
      1660 E. Broadway
      7 pm

      Can you spot the liar? At Story Story Lie: You’re Fired four people on the panel will attempt to fool each other and the audience with outlandish tales. The trick is they all border on "too strange to be true". 


      Tiffany Young, "Teach You"

      881 Granville
      8:30 pm

      K-pop singer and actress from South Korea, Tiffany Young, plays an all-ages show in support of her latest album Lips On Lips


      Book Warehouse
      4118 Main
      7 pm

      Laurie Sarkadi reads from her memoir, Voice in the Wildat Book Warehouse on Main. In the late ‘80s Sarkadi spent time with the Dene and Inuit before settling into life off-the-grid in the forest where she experienced first-hand the lives of bears, caribou and other creatures.


      Il Divo, "Hola"

      Queen Elizabeth Theatre
      630 Hamilton
      8 pm

      Multi-national classical crossover vocal group Il Divo perform their own takes on popular songs like Louis Armstrong’s What A Wondeful World and a Spanish version of Adele’s Hello from their new album Timeless


      1131 Howe
       6:30 pm

      Documentarian Chris Marker's restored print of 1989's The Owl's Legacy, a 13-part symposium on ancient Greece, screens at the Cinematheque with an introduction from producer Thierry Garrel.