What: From the Museum of Vancouver (MOV) comes the Vancouver premiere Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15 commemorating the establishment of Canada’s newest territory.This investigation into the architectural history of Nunavut is on display October 8 – December 13, 2015. Visitors will delve into the realities of contemporary life in this sublime yet fragile region, exploring philosophies of adaptation, ingenuity, and the intersection of technology and tradition.
Where: Museum of Vancouver – 1100 Chestnut Street, Vancouver
What: The most unique Christmas gifts you will find, created by both artisans & favourite manufacturers. Hundreds of vendors under one roof; old fashioned Christmas activities for kids, Santa & his elves, local community & school groups singing Christmas carols, a Festival of beautifully decorated Christmas trees & Holiday cooking stage presentations.
Where: Tradex Exhibition Centre – 1190 Cornell Street, Vancouver
What: Kids can get their hands on big ideas and green activities in the new Kids Gallery at the Surrey Museum. Families are invited to attend the Grand Opening on Saturday, October 10 from 10am to 5pm (all ages, free).Celebrations include clown Zox of the Forest, The Re-enactors, a puppet show and refreshments.
What: After completing the workshop you’ll come away knowing how to make your own fresh pasta & Pomodoro (tomato) sauce to pair it with, that way you can do what’s most important in life; Eat with those you Love! After we make our pasta, we will share it for dinner – family style!
Where: Groundswell Cafe – 566 Powell Street, Vancouver
What: Every Monday hosts Devin Alexander and Alex Sparling throw a stand-up comedy show featuring the best local comedians Vancouver has to offer and major touring headliners from around the world.
Where: eight and a half restaurant and lounge – 151 East 8th Avenue, Vancouver
When: Monday, November 23; 9 to 11:30 p.m.
DH Vancouver Staff
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