Things To Do in Vancouver – January 2019

It’s January 2019! Happy New Year!

Did you happen or are you going to make any resolutions for this upcoming year?  Planning anything special this year?  Maybe even take either a staycation or even a vacation to come and stay with us perhaps?  We would love to have you.  Why you may ask?  Well, let’s see… Let’s count the reasons…

January is always a “catch-up” month for a lot of us that have spent way too much during the Christmas holidays but with our affordable rates, we’re almost sure that you could fit us in somewhere along your travels.  Whether you’re planning on staying in Vancouver or just passing through, we would absolutely love to have you.

Here are some of January’s upcoming events of some things to do:

Dine Out Vancouver – January 18 – February 3:  Local hotels and restaurants offering more than just food.  Great food that will be sure to tantalize your tastebuds for days after.  A lingering taste that will make you want to come back for more than just one bite.  A popular event with a lot of Vancouverites and tourists alike, this popular event is a “can’t miss” especially for the foodie.  It is a foodie’s delight.  Come with an appetite while you’re at it and end with a full and satisfied stomach.  Prices will range between $15 – 45 plus applicable taxes and gratuities.

Vancouver Canucks NHL Hockey: The final push for a viable spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs starts now.  The Canucks will start a six-game homestand beginning against the Arizona Coyotes on January 10 and a final game against the Carolina Hurricanes on January 23 to mark the beginning of the NHL All-Star Break featuring Vancouver’s own super rookie sensation – Elias Pettersson, #40 in your program.

PuSh International Performing Arts Festival – January 14 – February 3: This festival expands the horizons of Vancouver artists and audiences with work that is visionary, genre-bending, multi-disciplined, startling and original. The festival showcases acclaimed international, Canadian and local artists and mixes them together with an alchemy that inspires audiences, rejuvenates artists, stimulates the industry and forges productive relationships around the globe.

Robson Square Ice Skating – until February 28: Free public skating in downtown Vancouver?  Say wha’-…?  All you have to do is bring your own skates.  If you don’t have your own skates, you can rent some for a minimal cost of $5 per pair.

There is absolutely no shortage of things to do so we hope that some of these ideas will give you a little bit of temptation to not only come up to Vancouver but to come and stay with us.  Aren’t you glad that we’re centrally-located to almost everything that Vancouver has to offer?  Restaurants, shopping, tourist attractions and so much more.