It may be low season in the city as we write this blog, but the Vancouver is slowly waking up from its slumber for 2013, please see below some of the events that we feel you should be aware of…Spring is coming and so are the fun festivities…
FAMILY DAY in BC!
As promised by Christy Clark – BC will get an extra long weekend coming their way this coming February. Known as Family Day. This is not a Statutory Holiday, so there should be very little disruption in Vancouver, apart from an extra lay in bed and more time to visit Vancouver…cannot be bad!?!?!
When? Feb 11th Where? Throughout BC
ROBSON SQUARE ICE RINK
This is the final few weeks to get your Ice Skates on and enjoy the rink for free…@Robson Square just by the VAG (Vancouver Art Gallery). So make a day of it, have a wee skate and check out some amazing Art, you can even squeeze in a little shopping if the enthusiasm takes you…as Robson St is the Shopping district after all.
Come on down to Robson Square Ice Rink every Friday and Saturday evening for live entertainment from 6 to 9 pm.
When? right through Feb Where? Robson Square (close to VAG under Robson St) Cost? Free (Skate Rentals) $4
WINTERRUPTION 2013 FESTIVAL ON GRANVILLE ISLAND
An all ages festival that is now in its 8th year. This is an excellent and fun festival for all the family to enjoy down at the famous Granville Island…here the family can enjoy Theater, Food and Live Music, showcasing some fine local artists and talents.
When? February 22 – February 24 Where? Granville Island
EVIL DEAD – THE MUSICAL
Get ready to be scared out of your socks and be prepared for a an alternative musical of blood and gore….it will be the perfect treat for your loved one this Valentines Day Weekend….seems an obvious choice for a romantic night out at the Theater.
When? Feb 14th – 16th Where? Waterfront Theater, 1412 Cartwright Street
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