Even if it feel the same as 2020, it’s already mid-January of the new year. While the pandemic restrictions continue, let’s see what’s happening to entertain us this week.
Bach: The first concert of Early Music Vancouver 2021 season debuts online January 13th, at 7:30pm – Vivaldi & Bach: The Trio Sonata in the 18th Century.
Digital: The Arts Club Digital Edition is filled with online viewing of behind the scenes content, workshops and Live From Home videos. As well, buy access to the Arts Clubs two streaming productions: Buffoon and Twelve Dates of Christmas.
Orchestra: theconcerthall.ca is Vancouver Symphony Orchestra‘s digital home for the season, this month works of Mozart make their digital debut alongside the other still streaming productions from throughout the season, including free to watch holidays features.
Bridge: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park‘s Canyon Lights is cancelled but the Park is open for visits during the daytime from 11am to 6pm, booking timed entry is required.
Garden: Van Dusen Botanical Gardens has also had to cancel Festival of Lights but the gardens can still be enjoyed during the daylight hours, 10am – 2pm, with timed entry booking.
Dome: Step into the tropical warmth of Bloedel Conservatory and take in the 120 free-flying exotic birds, hundreds of exotic plants and flowers. Open 10am – 3:45pm with timed entry.
Moon: Join the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre on January 9 & 10 for daytime family learning session about Moons, and other natural satellites. Register for up to 4 people to have a 60 minute visit of the Cosmic Courtyard Gallery and tour the Observatory.
Museum: Visit MOV at Vanier Park or the Chinatown location for A Seat at the Table a collaborative exhibition exploring historical and contemporary stories of Chinese Canadians in BC and their struggles for belonging.