Can you believe we’re already at the last weekend of the first month of the new year?! Let’s see what fun is to be had in these picks of the week
Canyon: It’s the last weekend to catch the thousands of lights spread throughout Capilano Bridge Park’s Canyon Lights, lighting up the bridge, Treetops Adventures, as well as 8 of the tallest living Christmas Tree, closing Sunday
Iced: Vancouver Canucks play host to Carolina Hurricanes tonight at Rogers Arena
Laughs: Join Vancouver’s queer improv comedy troupe, Queerprov, at The Junction for improv laughter tonight.
Music: Celebrating its 100th Birthday Vancouver Symphony Orchestra presents Day of Music on Saturday Jan 26th with 12 hours of free music spread over 10 stages.
Arts: The second week of 15th Annual PuSh International Performing Arts Festival is in swing bringing more world-class performing arts to the city until February 3rd
Improv: Catch the laughter as Vancouver Theatresports presents Throwdown – International Theatresports Festival, before it closes on January 27th.
Ball: Catch Vancouver Warriors Lacrosse on Saturday at Rogers Arena when they host Colorado Mammoth
Broth: The participating restaurants in the 1st Vancouver Foodster Soup Festival moves on to week three with a new set of super soups for the public to slurp and vote for their favourites.
Art: This week the Museum of Vancouver wraps up In/Flux : Art of the Korean Diaspora, looking at three Vancouver-based Korean artists.
Femme: The Cultch Femme Series continues with Power Ballad on stage at the Historic Theatre until Saturday
Joni: Experience a new take on classics songs as The Firehall Arts Centre presents Circle Game: Reimagining The Music Of Joni Mitchell, until February 9th
Cocoa: The Annual Hot Chocolate Festival is warming the hearts of chocolate lovers with sips of sweet chocolate throughout the city until February 14th
Yoga: Don’t miss your chance to take part in a free Wednesday yoga class at Gateway Theatre in support of their upcoming Yoga Play.
Dine: Find a new fave restaurant, experience a one of a kind foodie event, sample some of the city’s multitude of food trucks, all during Dine Out Vancouver Festival, now on until February 3rd