What: An evening of romance, new connections and endless possibilities – hopefully. Speed dating and social cocktails with eligible women, aged 27 to 37, and men, aged 29 to 39 – for sure. The dress code is chic, smart and elegant.
Where: Mamie Taylor’s – 251 E Georgia St, Vancouver
What: Celebrate the bountiful berry harvest right here in the city! Get recipes, sign up for a berry food swap and taste samples of the best berry pies in BC. As an extra bonus for your pups, BC Blueberries will also be handing out blueberry dog treats.
Where: Main St Station Farmers Market – 1100 Station St, Vancouver
What: For one day, the charming cobblestone streets of Gastown are transformed into one of the fastest, best-loved and most challenging cycling race courses in North America – and it’s totally free to watch.
Where: Start/finish line next to Gastown’s steamclock. Spectators can line the route along Water, Cordova, and Carrall streets.
When: Wednesday, July 13, youth race at 5:30 pm, opening ceremonies at 5:55 pm, women’s race at 6:15 pm, men’s race at 7:30 pm, award ceremonies are at 9 pm.
What: Ruby’s Ukes presents a Ukulele Beginners Workshop Extraordinaire with Daphne Roubini at the helm. Learn the basic ukulele chords, simple songs and melodies to easily open the amazing world of ukulele playing!
Where: Ruby’s Ukes Ukulele School in The Seymour Building – 525 Seymour Street, Vancouver
When: Wednesday, July 13, from 6 to 8 pm
Tickets: On Eventbrite, priced $35; ukeleles available to borrow for free
What: In 1984, digital music pioneer (and more recently Daft Punk collaborator) Giorgio Moroder created a new version of Fritz Lang’s 1926 science fiction epic, with a throbbing new score and songs from the biggest early stars of the MTV era.
Where: The Rio Theatre – 1660 East Broadway, Vancouver
When: Friday, July 8, doors 6:30 pm, movie 7 pm
Tickets: From the Rio, $10 on the door, $8 in advance
DH Vancouver Staff
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