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Family Day at Renfrew Park – Vancouver

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Car Free Day- Main Street – Vancouver

These enviornmentally friendly events focus on pedestrians retaking the streest and celebrating life without their cars. There will be live entertainment, local vendors, and family friendly activities.   Location: Main Street between 10th Ave and King Edward Ave

Free

BC Culture Days – Vancouver

Celebrate BC cultures by participating in various events through the lower mainland.   Visit website below for full program & schedule details as time/location varies depending on the date.  

Free

Fire Dragon Festival – Vancouver

Chinese Canadian Museum 51 E Pender St, Vancouver, BC, Canada

This fun-filled day celebrates the vibrant tradition of the Fire Dragon! With origins in Hong Kong’s Tai Hang and Pok Fu Lam Village as part of Mid-Autumn festivities, the Fire Dragon Dance is performed to ward off bad luck and pass on traditional Hakka culture.

Free

Car Free Day On West End – Vancouver

These enviornmentally friendly events focus on pedestrians retaking the streest and celebrating life without their cars. There will be live entertainment, local vendors, and family friendly activities. Location: Denman St between Davie St and Robson St

Free

Orange Shirt Day March – Vancouver

Indian Residential School History & Dialogue Centre 1985 Learners' Walk, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The march is intergenerational, and aims to be educational and supportive to the Indigenous community on campus and beyond. Educational activities will allow younger participants to connect with the original inhabitants of the land and plant a seed to continue these conversations of a difficult era in Canadian history at home.

Free

UBC Apple Festival – Vancouver

UBC Botanical Garden 6804 SW Marine Dr, Vancouver, BC, Canada

This fundraising event features live entertainments, apple displays, and food fair.   COST : Early bird (8+): $8, Reg $10

Downtown Eastside Heart of the CIty Festival – Vancouver

This festival will feature 100+ events and showcase 40+ local venues over twelve days of live and online events – both indoors and out – including music, stories, poetry, theatre, ceremony, films, dance, readings, forums, workshops, discussions, gallery exhibits, art talks, history walks and more.   This event will be happening in various locations with ... Read more

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Diwali at The Library – Vancouver

Vancouver Public Library - Central 350 W Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Indian wedding themed Diwali festivities with a Mehendi night on October 26 at the Vancouver Public Library. Don your favorite green or purple colored attire and join for henna and vibrant music and dance performances. A children’s art zone will compliment the celebrations. And of course, there will be plenty of delicious Chai and South ... Read more

$5

Diwali Downtown Vancouver

Roundhouse Community Centre 181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver, BC, Canada

There will be live performances, interactive Rangoli installation, and fun activities for kids.

Free

Still Creek Festival – Vancouver

Join the City of Vancouver, Still Moon Arts Society, and Stream of Dreams to celebrate and learn about Still Creek. Painting wooden fish to update the Still Creek Fish on Fences mural, learn about the Beaver Pond(er)ing Lodging sculpture, take a walking tour of Still Creek, listening to Children's Entertainer Chris Hamilton, trying out fish and bird ... Read more

Free

Wesbrook Diwali – Vancouver

Wesbrook Community Centre 3335 Webber Lane, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The UNA (University Neighborhoods Association) is hosting its annual Diwali Festival! Come with your friends to celebrate the rich Indian cultural traditions through dance, music and crafts.

Free

Bright Nights at Stanley Park – Vancouver

Stanley Park

Stroll through the plaza to enjoy lights, whimsical displays, and the crowd-pleasing vintage fire truck. Make sure you check out the live entertainment on your way to the North Pole workshop, where you can snap a pic with Santa and his fire fighter friends. Please note that the Bright Nights train ride has been sold ... Read more

Free
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