What: Visually stunning, this highly acclaimed film was shot on location in the Colombian Amazon and tells the story of Karamakate, last survivor of his tribe, who travels with two scientists to find a sacred healing plant. Tickets $12/10 from Rio Theatre
What: Save on Meats’ pop-up Greasy Spoon Diner Supper Series challenges notable Vancouver chef Trevor Bird of Fable Restaurant to take over the kitchen and serve a dining room full of guests. Tickets are $98.93 including tax and tip from Eventbrite.
Where: Save On Meats – 43 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
What: Interested in 3D printing but don’t know where to start? Let John Biehler explain the principles and practice of 3D printing for you. Tickets $30 for members, $36 for non-members from Eventbrite.
Where: VIVO Media Arts – 2625 Kaslo Street, Vancouver
What: Try a full menu of culinary cast-offs – like knotweed, beef ends and halibut collar – prepared by Royal Dinnette head chef Jack Chen. Tickets include drinks and cost $79 plus tax and tip from Eventbrite.
Where: Royal Dinette – 905 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver
What: A leadership Q&A with Hootsuite founder, Ryan Holmes, followed by drinks and networking plus an optional private roundtable dinner with Holmes. Standard tickets are $99, tickets including the private dinner are $350, from leahcostello.com.
Where: Hootsuite HQ – 5 East 8th Avenue, Vancouver
What: Learn how to make cheese at home with Rick Havlak, who will take you through the basics of turning milk into curd to help you make cheddar, camembert and more! Tickets are $35 from Homestead Junction.
Where: Homestead Junction – 649 E. Hastings, Vancouver
What: A delicious evening of wining and dining bringing together B.C.’s best wineries and sustainable seafood restaurants, in support of Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program. Tickets $110 from Vancouver Aquarium.
Where: Four Seasons Hotel – 791 W. Georgia, Vancouver
What: A “sonically diverse and layered” evening of instrumental music featuring a new concerto for flute, cello, and piano by acclaimed composer Aaron Gervais. Tickets range from $12 to $37 from the Chan Centre.
Where: Chan Centre for the Performing Arts – 6265 Crescent Road, Vancouver
What: The Panda Market opens for the season this Friday, serving up a smorgasbord of international cuisine and a range of exciting new foods. Admission is free.
Where: 12631 Vulcan Way, Richmond (behind Home Depot on Sweden Way)
When: Fridays and Saturdays 7 p.m. to midnight, Sundays and holidays 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
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