Where did summer go?! While there’s still officially a month left, the Labour Day is the unofficial wrap of the season so let’s make sure the picks of the week are filled with things to do.
Bard: Catch them while you can, there’s just days left for some of the shows at Bard on the Beach 2018. Make your picks between a brilliant Beatles themed version of As You Like It, or the dramatic Macbeth on the Mainstage, and find Timon of Athens or Lysistrata on the Howard Family Stage, all running into September.
Things: The Museum of Vancouver’s exhibit Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives, brings the great outdoors, indoors to take a look at the relationship between local plants and animals and the people and places in the city, showing until 2019
Lawn: The Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park welcomes Portugal. The Man & Broken Social Scene on September 1st.
Tyrant: Enjoy the August line-up of comedy and jazz at Tyrant Studios Summer Lounge Series: Friday Jazz & The Comic Strip Saturdays
PNE: The final week of the 2018 Fair at the PNE is your last chance to catch those little donuts and so much for before the Fair closed on Labour Day
Nights: The opening of the PNE also kicks off the Summer Nights Concert Series fan picks between free concerts from Kool & The Gang, Jan Arden, Burton Cummings, Chicago, Village People, and Cyndi Lauper
Balls: The Whitecaps are still striving to make to a playoff position, can they repeat their win over San Jose when they host them on Saturday?
Pop: French indie-pop act Phoenix take to the stage at Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Monday evening
Dine: It’s the final week of Provence Marinaside’s Tomato Festival bringing the best of the summer’s crop to your plate
Laugh: Visit one of the best patios in Vancouver, the Neil McRae Bar at the Improv Centre on Granville Island and while you’re there get a good laugh a at Vancouver Theatresports League zany improv antics when you check out the fun at Avocado Toast or stay for the late night show WTF – What The Fun!
World: The Richmond World Festival brings the entertainment, food, and fun from around the globe to Minoru Park, for free, Friday and Saturday.
Cabin: Take a trip to the cabin while staying indoors, at the Vancouver Art Gallery as Cabin Fever an exhibit tracing the history of the North American cabin as an architectural form and a cultural construct, on view until September 30, 2018
Inked: The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Art examines the deep-rooted traditions of Indigenous tattooing, piercing and personal adornment, in BODY LANGUAGE: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest an exhibit curated by Dion Kaszas of the Nlaka’pamux First Nation, until January 2019