What’s happening this week in Vancouver: January 31 to February 5
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A huge congrats to anyone who made it through Dry January, or Work Out January, or any other kind of New Year New Me Month-long Resolution Challenge Thing over the past month.
Because February is finally (almost) here, and with it comes a whole lotta great Vancouver events to check out. Drunk. And without plans for a workout in the morning.
Debauchery is back, baybeee.
Small Artworks Exhibition
Size isn’t everything, okay? Head over to the Petley Jones Gallery on Granville to peruse the Small Artworks Exhibition, which limits works to smaller than 15 x 15 inches.
When: Now until Feb.14, 10am to 5pm
Where: Petley Jones Gallery - 2245 Granville St.
The Seventh Fire
Are we on the precipice of our ultimate demise, or our ultimate regeneration?
That’s one of the questions that multi-hyphenate artist and scholar Lisa Cooke Ravensbergen is asking in the immersive audio performance The Seventh Fire, taking place during this year’s PuSh Festival.
When: Feb. 1 to 5, times vary
Where: Lobe Studio - 713 E Hastings St.
The Canadian-born singer/songwriter Lights will be playing at the Commodore Ballroom on Wednesday as she tours her new album PƎP.
When: Feb. 1, 7pm
Where: The Commodore Ballroom - 868 Granville St.
Admission: $53 + fees
The Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure, and Cliffwalk’s Arc de Lumina and Park will all feature Valentine’s themed lighting experiences and activities to make for the perfect date day.
When: Now until Feb. 26
Where: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park - 3735 Capilano Rd.
Admission: From $25
Intro to Bartending
Learn how to make some memorable cocktails at this three-hour intro to bartending seminar on Saturday. Drinks (obviously) included.
When: Feb. 4, 6 to 9pm
Where: Fine Arts Bartending School Vancouver - 432 West Pender St.