As quickly as it began, summer’s end is drawing near. The final long weekend of the season let’s us pack in extra picks of the week before Labour Day.
Cinema: Thursday evening, head to the North Point at Canada Place for the season’s last Waterfront Cinema, this week celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade starting around 8:30pm
FlipFlops: The Waste to Wonder exhibit at the Grand Court of Metropolis at Metrotown, runs until September 8th, consisting of five life-size sculptures of Canadian at-risk wildlife (the narwhal, orca, bison, grizzly, and caribou), each made from more than 6,500 recycled flip flops by Ocean Sole Africa.
Bard: The 30th season of Bard on the Beach runs until September 21 at Vanier Park with Taming of the Shrew and Shakespeare in Love playing in repertoire through the summer on the Mainstage and Coriolanus on the Howard Family Stage.
North: The Great White North meets the Land of Fire and Ice as Flyover Canada welcomes Flyover Iceland to the cinematic adventure August 29th, until October 20
World: The Richmond World Festival returns to Minoru Park on August 30-31, 2018. The annual, free family-friendly pubic festival brings two days of music, arts, culture, entertainment, and food from around the globe to the heart of Richmond.
Record Release: Full Circle – First Nations Performance – Múyunstut Ta Slúlum Live Series presents NIMKISH, Heartbreak On The Coast – Album Release Party with JB The First Lady, Mamarudegyal, Biawanna, and DJ Paisley Eva Saturday, at The Wise Hall,
Pitches: The Vancouver Canadians host Tri-City Americans for a 3 game home stand this week, Wednesday to Friday.
Balls: Whitecaps FC play host to New York City FC at BC Place on Saturday evening.
Blooms: The second Chilliwack Sunflower Festival runs until September 15th, with a total of 20 acres of flowers, bringing colour to the Fraser Valley community
Art: The Vancouver Art Gallery dives into its permanent collection to present Robert Rauschenberg 1965–1980, an exhibition of important but rarely seen works by the prolific twentieth-century American artist, until October