Well hello there, Monday. We meet again.
And though it is the start of another work-week, there are ways to make your Monday a little more enjoyable.
Here are five things to do in the city today, from a trivia night to an indie-rock concert.
What: An evening of trivia, hosted by Vancouver stand-up comic Patrick Maliha and Radical Improv Comedy’s Gregory Milne.
Where: Displace Hashery – 3293 West 4th Avenue
When: Monday, January 9, at 8 pm.
What: Indie-rock singer and lead vocalist of Typhoon performs.
Where: Rickshaw Theatre – 254 East Hastings Street
When: Monday, January 9, at 8 pm
Tickets: $15, available online, or at Red Cat and Highlife Records
What: Graham Clark hosts a night of hilarity and prize giveaways.
Where: Havana Theatre – 1212 Commercial Drive
When: Monday, January 9, at 9 pm
What: Heat up your Monday night with the Phoenix Four – a reincarnation of the Hot Jazz Jam House Band
Where: The Yale Saloon – 1300 Granville Street
When: Monday, January 9, at 9 pm.
What: If you’re curious about the steps needed to become a yoga teacher, but are unsure about what’s involved, bring your questions and queries to this free information session.
Where: Vancouver School of Yoga – 300-342 Water Street
When: Monday, January 9, at 6 pm.