What: Hop on the Stanley Park Train, from March 19 to 28, 2016 (open 10 am to 5 pm daily) for an egg-citing Easter ride through Stanley Park.After the train ride, your kids will enjoy hunting for eggs, playing games, making bunny ears, getting their face painted, meeting the Easter Bunny and much more! Don’t miss out on this unique all ages Easter event, open rain or shine.
Where: Stanley Park Train – 611 Pipeline Road, Vancouver
What: BeLive is a fitness movement focused on bringing people together through a very unique fitness experience. Vancouver’s only fitness rave, featuring high intensity body-weight workouts with powerful beats, all brought together in a nightclub atmosphere! Experience motivation, mindset training, visuals with affirmations and an environment to make you work, jump, have fun, challenge yourself, and BE LIVE!
Where: Caprice Nightclub – 967 Granville Street, Vancouver
What: Join us to explore creative yoga practice led by instructors Kent Brun and Melanie Rae Birch in the inspirational space of the Gordon Smith Gallery.Take a deep breath and contemplate the artwork and themes present in the exhibition while broadening your approach to each posture.
Where: Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art – 2121 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
What: We are a five piece band from Greater Vancouver with many years of musical experience doing live shows, writing music and playing the latest current cover material. We play Rock, Pop, Country, Regae and everything in between.
What: Every Tuesday, catch Kings Head Comedy: a stand-up comedy showcase hosted by Colin Sharp and James Kennedy and featured as part of the Just For Laughs Northwest Comedy Festival. Consistently packed with some of the best comedy fans in the city, audiences are rewarded with a stellar lineup of comics and $3.50 beers.
Where: The Kings Head – 1618 Yew Street, Vancouver
When: Tuesday, March 22; 9 to 10:30 p.m.
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