Welcome to a brand new week! We’re here to help you get started with these seven fun things to do in Vancouver on Monday, January 21. Street Food City VIII, Mrs. Krishnan’s Party, and more.
For more things happening around town be sure to check out our events section.
What: Now in its eighth year, the food truck extravaganza will take place from January 21 to 27, where foodies can find a rotating selection of purveyors outside the Vancouver Art Gallery, in šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énk Square, on the north side of the building. Entry is FREE this year, leaving you more cash to spend on some epic eats.
When: Monday, January 21 to Sunday, January 27, 2019
Time: Monday to Thursday from 11 am to 3 pm and Friday to Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm
Where: šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énk Square (in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery), Vancouver
Price: Free entry
What: Visit the Yaohan Centre Flower Market during this time of the year is a great way to get into the spirit of Chinese New Year. The market is the perfect place to soak up in the joy of the festivities and pick up a few items to decorate the house.
When: Monday, January 21 to Monday, February 4, 2019
Time: 11 am to 7
Where: Yaohan Centre – 3700 No. 3 Rd #2220, Richmond
What: Mrs. Krishnan’s boarder, an overzealous wannabe DJ named James, has invited a few friends into the back room of the corner shop as a special surprise to celebrate Onam and the return home of her son. But when strangers turn up (the audience) and settle in, Mrs. K has no choice but to throw the party of her life. Over one joyous evening, Mrs. Krishnan’s Party magically transforms strangers into friends with a little Daal, a little dancing, and some serious laughs. Canadian premiere.
When: Now to Sunday, February 3, 2019
Time: Various times
Where: The Cultch – 1895 Venables Street, Vancouver
What: Austin-based indie pop band Wild Child bring their Expectations Tour to Vancouver with special guests Batty jr.
When: Monday, January 21, 2019
Time: 8 pm
Where: The Fox Cabaret – 2321 Main Street Vancouver
Tickets: Online, $16
What: For the 2019 season, women can ski and snowboard at Mt Seymour for $15, with $7.50 from every lift ticket going to The Bloom Group. Men are welcome to come out and enjoy the evening as well, with lift tickets for men from 5 to 10 pm for $35. The Bloom Group have been providing social services in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside for over 50 years, including low-barrier shelters for women and children. Drinks and food specials are being served in the Rock Chute from 5 pm onwards with trivia and games for prizes and giveaways at 8 pm.
When: Every Monday until March 25, 2019
Times: 5 to 10 pm
Where: Mt Seymour – 1700 Mount Seymour Road, North Vancouver
Tickets: Women $15, Men $35. Tickets will be sold out of the ticket booths at the Season Pass & Ticket Office. Ticket and rental packages will be sold in the Alpine Activity Centre.
What: In this performance by Company 605, all is laid bare for the spectator: the audience witnessing a process without an endpoint, sharing the space and energy with the performers. This sense of transparency and community is essential to the meaning of Loop, Lull, which hides behind no narrative except bodies and movement in constant negotiation. It’s about people coping with change together, and all the beauty, vulnerability and risk that entails. Part of PuSh Festival.
When: January 21 and 22, January 28 and 29, 2019
Time: 7:30 to 9 pm
Where: Scotiabank Dance Centre – 677 Davie Street, Vancouver
What: Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster’s joyful documentary can’t help but inspire hope. Nine science-obsessed teenagers are portrayed in the lead-up to the esteemed Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, where the winner stands to pocket a cool $75,000 and perhaps change the world. With entries from 78 countries – a Brazilian girl and a German boy are featured alongside the Americans – the fair is huge.
When: Monday, January 21 to Thursday, January 24, 2019
Time: Various times
Where: Vancity Theatre – 1181 Seymour Street, Vancouver
- Port of Vancouver offering free tours of Canada's largest container terminal
- A new Muslim dating app is hosting its first meet-up in Vancouver this February
- Free driverless shuttle rides coming to Vancouver and Surrey in February