The last week of Summer 2020 has been a smoky one but there’s still plenty to entertain us as we move to the September equinox.
Dine: This is the final week to take part in Dine Out Vancouver’s summertime spin-off Dine OutSide , wrapping up September 21.
Rides: Playland,continues to bring some fun and thrills to your weekends throughout September, included extended Saturday Park in the Dark, late openings 6pm-11pm
Music: The Firehall Arts Centre is bringing music to your summer weekends by presenting Music in the Courtyard, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout to the end of September 2020.
Word: Western Canada’s largest free literary festival, Word Vancouver, kicks off its 26th year starting Saturday September 19th until September 27th.
Centennial: The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Art celebrates its namesake’s extraordinary life and legacy, To Speak With a Golden Voice, run until April 11, 2021
Bard: Join in on the unique content from Bard Beyond The Beach, the reimagined season of digital content from Bard On The Beach Shakespeare Festival
Fringe: Check out the reimagined entertaining line-up of the Vancouver Fringe Festival continuing through this weekend, before added events take place in October.
Gallery: Through October 10, Burrard Arts Foundation invites the public to attend the galleries newest free art exhibitions; abstract painter Russna Kaur, realist portraitist Cara Guri as well as Olivia di Liberto.
Art: Join Gateway Theatre’s Barbara Tomasic Director of Artistic Programs for another episode of their virtual talk show Art Apart
Anthropologie:MOA at UBC has reopened its doors, in perparation for its timely upcoming exhibition, Kent Monkman’s Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience, on display until January 3, 2021.
Discounts: Check out these Vancouver Attractions for summer fun, if you’re planning to head out and about, there’s a host of summer activities offering great savings this year.