At this point we can safely say that winter is behind us. People are flocking outdoors to enjoy the magnificent weather, but if you’re going on a date a walk around Stanley Park simply won’t do.
So if you’re a single looking for an unconventional first date activity, then SuperDate is well worth checking out. The dating app matches users by a common activity rather than looks, connecting them with likeminded singles so they can have a great time.
So if you’re looking for a great idea for a first date, we’ve selected 10 unique choices from SuperDate’s May 2016 calendar to give you some inspiration.
From an arcade party to a vice night, Ignite Week includes a series of events created by local artists between the ages of 13 to 24. Go on a date and support the kids with the person you’re crushing on. Click here for more information.
If you’ve ever wanted to channel your personal DJ alias, you can learn something with that special someone at this upbeat event. Who knows, maybe you’ll become the latest powerhouse duo. Check out SuperDate for more information.
The Eastside Flea is returning this month with things you actually want to buy, whether vintage, new, used or handmade. Shop to support local businesses for a date with a great cause. Find more information online.
Whether you’re a comic professional, die-hard fan, or looking to survey the scene, get ready to nerd out at this free event. Find more information online.
Passionate about food? Stroll thru Olympic Village and unleash your inner foodie. More details online.
Every Tuesday DJ D.DEE and guests provide your après work/gym/ski soundtrack at The Boxcar. Hidden small space for us to vibe out. Get the goods on what to expect via SuperDate.
Vancouver Craft Beer Week consists of 10 days of the finest ales, tastiest lagers, great food — and possibly your new crush. Get ready to hit it together and find more information via SuperDate.
Instead of watching them online, experience TED talks in person. Check out what TEDxStanleyPark has to offer and you’ll walk away feeling inspired.
Take a guided tour through VanDusen Gardens and learn about OVO’s mascot — aka owls.
Apparently the Savio Valope is newest foodie hotspot with an Italian tradition of freshness. Don’t be shy and experience Italy in Vancouver.