Friday is here and there’s plenty to do. Here are five things to do in Vancouver on Friday, September 30.
- What: Vancouver’s first ever LEGO Imagine Nation Tour is coming to town, bringing along expert Master Builders and unique LEGO creations galore. The brick-building extravaganza features 13 different pavilions and 20 stunning life-sized LEGO models.
- Where: Vancouver Convention Centre – 1055 Canada Place, Vancouver
Friday, September 30, 4 to 8 pm
Saturday, October 1, 9 am to 1 pm / 3 to 7 pm
Sunday, October 2, 9 am to 1 pm / 3 to 7 pm
- Tickets: Available online, $28.50 for general admission
- What: Join more than 1,300 runners and volunteers at this annual, multi-campus event. Vancouver route options are a 5 km run and a 2.5 km walk.
- Where: Start at the Harbour Centre – 555 W Hastings St, Vancouver, finish at the Terry Fox statues at BC Place – 777 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver
- When: Friday, September 30, starts at 12:30 pm
- Register: Online at SFU
- What: Join an experienced tour guide for a free 75 minute walking tour of public art around town – choose from Yaletown – False Creek or Burrard Corridor – Downtown.
- Where: Yaletown tour meets outside south side of Yaletown-Roundhouse transit station; Burrard tour meets at Jack Poole Plaza beside the Digital Orca.
- When: Friday, September 30, through Sunday, October 2; times vary, check theschedule.
- Info: On vancouver.ca
- What: It’s time to grab your flapper dresses, don your two-toned shoes, and get ready to dance the Charleston. Gatsby’s Night Out will bring the roaring twenties to the heart of Vancouver for a fun and free night out.
- Where: The Orpheum – 884 Granville Street, Vancouver
- When: Friday, September 30, 4 to 8 pm
- Register: On Eventbrite, totally free
- What: A Surrey farm has decided to celebrate Rugby Canada through a giant corn maze. An aerial shot shows the Rugby Canada logo in full – the silhouette of a rugby player against a Canadian maple leaf – along with a beaver holding a rugby.
- Where: Bose and Sons Family Farms – 64th Avenue and 156th Street, Surrey
- When: Open through September.
- Cost: Adults are $7, kids are $5, families of four are $22.