This week, before we let the weekend entertain us, we take a minute on Remembrance Day to honour our veterans and remember those who sacrificed over the years.
Remembrance: Find a Remembrance Day ceremony near you on legion.ca, watch the televised national ceremony or virtually attend the Vancouver ceremony via vancouver.ca
Music : The 10th Modulus Festival presented by Music on Main wraps up today November 10th, your last chance to experience Music on Main’s opportunity to sample new music.
Market: After last year’s virtual shopping experience, the 2021 Vancouver Christmas Market comes back to its home at Jack Poole Plaza (Olympic Cauldron) starting November 13th until Christmas Eve
Lights: As the end of daylight savings brings darkness earlier to our afternoons, Lumiere Festival turns on the lights and illuminations around downtown from November 12- 30.
Festival: The Chutzpah! Festival continues on stages and screens until November 24th, for weeks of exciting and dynamic performances including music, theatre, comedy, and dance highlighting the joy of coming back together.
Modern: Imagine Picasso brings the works of another Master, of modern art, to life in another brilliant immersive exhibition at Vancouver Convention Centre East (Canada Place) showing until January.
Culture: This weekend, preview (by appointment) the ateliers, galleries, studios and workshops of the 2021 Eastside Culture Crawl
Craft: The Circle Craft Christmas Market returns to Vancouver Convention Centre November 10-14, assembling hundreds of creative Canadian artisans and makers under one roof
West: For a limited run, experience The Real Wild West, a unique look over the American West playing at FlyOver Canada from November 4 until December 5
Yoko: Until May 2, 2022, Vancouver Art Gallery presents GROWING FREEDOM: The instructions of Yoko Ono / The art of John and Yoko celebrating the work of the renowned conceptual and performance artist.
Gallery: Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is presenting the Canadian premiere exhibition of Sho Sho Esquiro: Doctrine of Discovery, a solo exhibition by award-winning designer, artist, and activist Sho Sho Esquiro on show until June 5, 2022
Canoe: In the Vancouver Maritime Museum’s featured exhibition, on until July 3, 2022, Canoe Cultures :: Ho’-ku-melh War Canoes and the Gifts They Carry Forward, Indigenous artists and knowledge holders share their gifts through the war canoe in this multi-sensory journey.
Skate: Now on view until next year at MOV: Boarder X is a travelling exhibition that features work by contemporary artists from Indigenous nations across Canada, drawing parallels to urban areas prohibiting skateboarding, related to the landscapes and territories we occupy.