What: Vancouver artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun confronts the colonialist suppression of First Nations peoples, and the ongoing struggle for indigenous rights, through hard-hitting, polemical, but also playful artworks.
Where: Museum of Anthropology – 6393 N.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver
When: Opening party Tuesday, May 10, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., exhibition open until October 16.
What:Mamie Taylor’s regional longtable dinner is back, introducing guests to the traditional flavours of a chosen American culinary region with a native welcome cocktail and a four-course menu. Diners at the sit-down meal will be rewarded with a South Carolina Seafood Boil prepared by Chef Tobias Grignon.
Where: Mamie Taylor’s, 251 East Georgia Street
When: 6:30 p.m.
Price: Tickets are priced at $45 per person (taxes and gratuity not included). Reservations are a must and can be made online at www.mamietaylors.ca
What: Open to Indian Summer Arts Society members, patrons and artist alumni, the Urban Tea Merchant will be serving up a sumptuous four-course tea-pairing menu – including a guided tea tasting with their in-house certified Tea Sommelier.
Where: The Urban Tea Merchant – 1070 West Georgia, Vancouver
What: Ideal if you’re interested in exploring yoga and craft beer in a different social setting! Ticket includes a 45-minute yoga session followed by your choice of a pint of Big Rock beer or 4 x 5 oz. samples. Bring your own mat.
Where: Big Rock Urban Brewery & Eatery – 310 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver
What: The original Friday The 13th, the 1980 sleepaway camp slasherfest that started it all. On the big screen. On… Friday, May 13.
Where: Rio Theatre – 1660 East Broadway, Vancouver
When: Friday, May 13, doors 11:30 p.m., movie 11:55 p.m.
Tickets: Available from the Rio Theatre, $6 advance or in costume, $8 at the door and not in costume, 19+
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