What: Put pencil to paper inside Science World as you experience the animal world from a whole new perspective. Artists are invited to expand their knowledge of physiology as they explore more than 100 specimens in Science World’s feature exhibition, Animal Inside Out. A giraffe, camel and giant squid will provide unforgettable inspiration for artistic expression in this adult-only evening event.
Where: Science World – 1455 Quebec Street, Vancouver
What: The much buzzed about Medina Cafe is known for their innovative, delicious food, and as a special treat, we’re opening their daytime-only restaurant for an exclusive dinner with Indian Summer Festival. Meet new friends and partake in a sumptuous, 3-course meal served family-style on Tuesday, October 27 at 7pm.
Where: Medina Cafe – 780 Richards Street, Vancouver
What: Project True presents Unmasquerade: an evening of art, music, and real talk in support of eating disorder recovery. Come as you are and enjoy a night of music, art, and inspiring words as we make recovery possible for men and women in the Lower Mainland.
Where: Heritage Hall – 3102 Main Street, Vancouver
What: Western Canada’s most terrifying adult themed Halloween event, Fright Nights at Playland, is back this year, with seven haunted houses and fifteen fear-inducing rides.For the first time ever, visitors will be able to ride Canada’s most extreme pendulum ride during the Halloween season, as The Beast makes its Fright Nights debut. With a terrifying pendulum arm, guests will be swung 120 degrees in either direction while sitting in seats that spin 360 degrees, reaching speeds of more than 90 km/hr and heights of over 125 feet.
Where: Playland – 2901 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
What: The classic night train ride includes a 14-minute experience with lights, sounds, and live performers. Back from the graveyards of yesteryear, this year’s Classic Horrors theme comes the most gripping, exciting, and spine-tingling creatures ever to haunt the Stanley Park Train! Witness Dracula, Frankenstein, the Phantom of the Opera, and more, as they come back to life from behind the silver screen to haunt you, chill you, and thrill you! This weird and wild adventure will take you back to a time when moving pictures dared to unearth the shadows that lay sleeping in the dark recesses of our minds.
Where: Stanley Park Miniature Train – Pipeline Road, Vancouver
When: Tuesday, October 27; 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
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