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A new week means new things to do around Vancouver. From online events to physically distanced outdoor activities and more, here are 10 things to keep you busy this week.
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What: This solo exhibition by Luke Parnell is a powerful exploration of the relationship between Northwest Coast Indigenous oral histories, conceptual art, and traditional formline design. Indigenous History in Colour’s playful juxtapositions and bold commentary is inspired by history, pop culture, and Bill Reid. Parnell’s multidisciplinary analysis of the shifting perspectives of Northwest Coast art in modern history challenges contemporary discourse on notions of reconciliation, repatriation and representation today.
When: Opening event: February 2, 2021; Exhibition runs February 3, 2021 to May 9, 2021
Time: 6 pm (Opening event – A link and password to join the event will available February 1)
How much: Free
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What: The Beaty Biodiversity Museum on the UBC campus is offering online tours of its impressive exhibits for groups during the pandemic. Discover tetrapods, marine invertebrates, the herbarium, entomology, fish, fossils and their connection to BC with an interpreter. The tours can be catered to school groups, families, or community groups. There’s a maximum of 30 people per group.
When: Choose a date through the museum’s online booking form.
Where: Online via Zoom
Time: Tours are available at 10:15 am and 12:15 pm
Admission/ Tickets: $60 per group
What: Vancouver’s annual winter electronic music festival is back with a pandemic twist. This year, DJ sets will be broadcast live from the roof of BC Place.
When: Saturday, February 6
Time: 7 pm
How much: Free
What: This exhibit at Griffin Art Projects in North Vancouver brings together an art history of Chinatowns and their communities by historical and contemporary Canadian artists.
When: Until May 1, 2021
Time: The museum is open on Saturdays from 12 to 5 pm
Where: Griffen Art Projects — 1175 Welch Street North Vancouver
What: This exhibit examines how 800 Black immigrants who were invited to settle in BC by Governor James Douglas helped establish and stabilize British colonial communities. The digital exhibit has been curated by the BC Black History Awareness Society.
When: Any time
What: Cypress Mountain is offering a magical snowshoe experience this winter with Lights to the Lodge, an LED lights-lit trail in the Old Growth Forest. The trail is a one-kilometre, self-guided, snowshoe trek lit with LED lights that lead to one of the most popular Cypress Mountain destinations, the Hollyburn Lodge.
When: Now until the snow melts
Where: Cypress is at 6000 Cypress Bowl Road, 6000 Cypress Bowl Road
Tickets: Various rates, check the website for details
What: Got Craft? Virtual Market is returning, and this time, it’s all about local food. Set to kick off on February 4 and run until February 7, this will be the event’s first Foodie Pop-Up Virtual Market of 2021. Once it’s live, folks will be able to head online shop and find a curated selection of goods including things like baked goods, breads, chocolates, teas and coffees, DIY kits, drinks, frozen foods, home goods, sauces, snacks, sweets and so much more.
When: February 4 to 7
Tickets: Keep an eye on this link come February 4
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When: Any day
Time: Any time
Where: Your phone, tablet, computer, or television
Cost: $10 to $12 or a free trial
What: New year, new you. A number of local studios and businesses offer online classes, giving you the perfect opportunity to keep your body moving and your mind active in 2021.
Here is a list of several online workouts and classes to try in Vancouver while supporting local businesses.