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What: The 40th annual Vancouver International Children’s Festival inspires young minds with top-notch professional artistic experiences, across theatre, music, dance, circus, puppetry and storytelling. The multi-disciplinary programming is always culturally diverse and representative of both local and international artists.
What: Young Ideas is excited to host Cooking With, an interactive cooking workshop led by Gordon Neighbourhood House’s Chef Peter. At Cooking With you’ll learn how to cook a delicious meal from scratch with seven of your neighbours. Afterwards everyone will sit down at a long table to enjoy the meal together.
Where: Gordon Neighbourhood House – 1019 Broughton Street, Vancouver
When: May 29 from 6:30 to 8 pm
Tickets:$2 and are limited to 8 participants. Reserve your spot by calling 604-683-2554, or paying in person at the Gordon Neighbourhood House front desk.
What: Each spring and fall, Bike to Work Week encourages everyone to try cycling the daily commute. Throughout the week stop by celebration stations for free bike repairs, snacks, drinks, maps and information – and be entered to win one of five daily bike giveaways, trips and other station prizes.
What: ManTalks is an international community building better fathers, husbands and leaders around the globe. Speakers will share insights on how to hustle, stay healthy and maintain a sense of balance while pursuing your dreams.
Where: Audi Downtown Vancouver, 1788 W 2nd Ave, Vancouver
What: How to Be Everything, the new book by Emilie Wapnick, helps you channel your diverse passions and skills to work for you. Wapnick provides a practical framework for building a sustainable life around all of your passions. Event will feature a short reading followed by Q&A and signing.
What: Vancouver comedian and cartoonist Jacob Samuel launches his latest book featuring 200 of his best cartoons from the last three years. Jacob’s cartoons have been featured in The New Yorker and Harvard Business Review.
Where: The Kino – 3456 Cambie Street, Vancouver
When: May 29 at 7 pm
Daniel is a writer and comedian based in Vancouver, BC.