What: The annual South Asian arts and culture festival takes place throughout the month of November and features cooking demonstrations, music and dance performances, an Indian bazaar, a room-sized rangoli,and more.
What: Led by the talented Valentine Kitamura, owner of Tartine & Maple and baker at The Uncommon Café, the Provence-inspired cooking class entails creating a complete menu (starter, main and dessert). With fresh produce and comforting flavours the meals prepared are sure to warm participants up.
What: A play produced in partnership with The Cultch, described by organizers as: “On December 16, 2012, a young woman boarded a bus in Delhi heading for home. What followed changed countless lives forever. Internationally acclaimed playwright and director, Yaël Farber (Mies Julie), has created a searing new work that cracks open the cone of silence around women whose lives have been shattered by violence.”
Where: York Theatre – 639 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
When: November 3 to 14; 8 p.m.
DH Vancouver Staff
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