Spring marks the perfect time for single Vancouverites to deviate from traditional dates.
After all, patios are opening, hiking trails are at their prime, and there are tons of fun dating events to choose from. SuperDate users have the opportunity to take advantage from a surplus of activities that cater to the experience they’re craving.
The concept is super simple: just choose the type of date you’re looking for and SuperDate matches you with people looking for a similar experience.
We’ve compiled a list of 12 fun and offbeat dates created by the app’s users, taking place this April in Vancouver. Whether it’s casual, creative, active, or dining, SuperDate has a date option to amp up your dating life by allowing you to meet tons of new people.
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This will be the biggest, stoniest marijuana freedom festival that Vancouver has ever seen. (Aside from the Van Art Gallery legacies, of course).
Let’s join a tour of the Capture Canada Line Public Art Project: Documentary and Storytelling in Photography. Attendees will meet up at 2 p.m. sharp in the lobby of Waterfront Station, near the top of the stairs of the Canada Line.
Autoform returns as the art gallery that provides art in the same fashion as another legendary party. You can look forward to flexing your creative muscle with other cool people.
Build your fitness strength and mental toughness during weekly group sessions over the course of 10 weeks. The group will focus on course sections, training tips and running techniques.
This buzzing bakery brings rhubarb to life in three limited, new pastries, and one special iced tea. No, not your grandma’s kind of rhubarb.
We all know that Paris is the iconic mecca of pastel pastry shops. Try some for yourself right here in Vancouver with the infamous macarons at Ladurée. Join the bandwagon and wait in line at the Robson Street location.
Bestie, Chinatown’s friendliest little sausage parlour is having a Beer ‘Funraiser.’ Local breweries will donate some of their finest offerings for cheap prices and a good cause. Get ready to drink up.
Want to get your green on? Check out this guided walk around Kits Point to learn about commonly found flora. You simply can’t get more Kits than this.
Just promise to not go Gordon Ramsay on anyone’s ass before checking out the cool things you can create in the kitchen.
Do the #igersvancouver hashtag some justice and get in touch with nature.