14 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Sunday, May 12

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      Grammy-winning Twenty One Pilots perform tunes from new album, Trench. With guests Bear Hands.
      Rogers Arena | 800 Griffiths Way | 7pm | $53 »Details

      Witness the season's cutest fashion show as the Catwalk for Dogs struts its stuff this weekend. Funds raised go to the Black Dog Rescue Society of B.C.
      Coopers' Park | 1020 Marinaside | 1pm | By donation »Details

      Take in the final season with a Game of Thrones feast. Indulge in a three-course meal, win prizes, and take your best stab at the dead pool.
      Storm Crow Alehouse | 1619 West Broadway | 8pm | $45 »Details

      Celebrate Israeli culture at the Festival Ha’Rikud. Food trucks, live music, bouncy castles, and a marketplace will make for a fun day for the family at this outdoor fair. 
      Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver | 950 West 41st | Noon | Free »Details

      You better werk your knowledge of RuPaul's Drag Race Trivia with special guest host Shanda Lee. Come as a fan or in drag for a mid-game runway competition. Will you stay or sashay away?
      Biltmore Cabaret | 2755 Prince Edward | 8pm | $18 »Details

      Say “Thanks for being the world’s greatest mother” with dinner out at one of these 15 special restaurants in Metro Vancouver for Mother's Day.

      Or skip brunch and bring your mother to something she'll actually enjoy The Dirty Betty Show features improv, stand-up comedy, song parodies, and a live dance off.
      Café Deux Soleils | 2096 Commercial | 8pm | $10 »Details

      Women On The Line, 100 Years of Fighting Back celebrates in song and stories notable women whose leadership made a difference to B.C. workers. Featuring comedian Charlie Demers, the Re:Sisters, and folk rock band Salt Thief.
      Russian Hall | 600 Campbell | 7:30pm | $20 »Details

      Get relief from the heat with Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool which tracks the artist’s history from his affluent upbringing as the son of a prominent Illinois dentist, through his training at Julliard in New York, and on to the truly remarkable records and performances which defined his apex years of creativity from the mid 1950s to the late 1970s. Part of the DOXA documentary film festival.
      SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts | 149 West Hastings | 4pm »Details

      Also at DOXA is Who Let the Dogs Out? One filmmaker's obsessive quest to become the world’s leading expert on the Baha Men's flash-in-the-pan group song and its confusing pedigree.
      Vancity Theatre | 1181 Seymour | 3pm | »Details

      Some of Vancouver's finest Asian-Canadian performers draw inspiration from anime and infuse stage combat for Fistful of Kicks: Epic Anime Improv.
      Havana Theatre | 1212 Commercial | 8pm | $12 »Details

      The Sunday Service is the long-running improv troupe show made up of internationally acclaimed local quick wits. With audience participation it's never the same show twice.
      Fox Cabaret | 2321 Main | 9pm | $10 »Details

      Vancouver Comicon is the bi-monthly comic book and collectibles show, featuring local artists, toys, and collectables. Hourly door prizes include graphic novels, and a Harley Quinn 25th anniversary editions PVC diorama.
      Heritage Hall | 3102 Main | 11am | $5 (kids under 14 free) »Details

      Hear two of the most beautiful chamber works ever written when the season finale Vetta presents Take 5 performing Mozart's Clarinet Quintet & Schubert 's Cello Quintet
      West Point Grey United Church | 4595 W. 8th | 2pm | $20-25 »Details

       

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