Moving further into the Holiday Season, we wish a Happy Chanukah to our friends and readers celebrating the Festival of Lights, and look at the entertainment picks are available during the season.
Sing: Join Early Music Vancouver for an online performance of Haydn’s Ariadne Auf Naxos feat. mezzo-soprano Mireille Lebel and Alexander Weimann, debuting tonight at 7pm
Drive: From December 12 – 27, visit PNE Winter Lights, a 2km drive-thru experience exploring nine illuminated lands on the journey to find Santa all from the comfort, and safety, of your car, as allowed by public health guidance.
Stage: While live performances at The Arts Club Theatre Company are on hold due to public health restrictions you can still purchase tickets to view the recorded stream of Buffoon performed at the Granville Island Stage, and enjoy streaming 12 Dates of Christmas from the Newmont Stage at BMO Theatre Centre
Drive: Memorial Peace Park in Maple Ridge is a-Glow with lights for you to enjoy as you drive-thru the site until January 8, 2021
Pop-Up: Drive-by and pick up your holiday shopping at the Sweet Thea Holiday Pop-Up! the store is located at 4305 Main Street, (at 27th) until Sunday, December 27.
Boxed: One of Vancouver favourite holiday craft markets, Christmas at Hycroft, may not be able to open but they have assembled curated boxes for you to take home, filled with goods from local artisans.
Market: The Vancouver Christmas Market may not be open for browsing but you can still bring the market home for the holidays with curated Market Boxes on sale now.
Centennial: The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Art continues its celebration of the artist’s extraordinary life and legacy, To Speak With a Golden Voice, run until April 11, 2021
Anthropologie: MOA at UBC Kent Monkman’s timely exhibition, Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience is on display until January 3, 2021