Wrapping up September we move into more fall entertainment fun as October picks rise with the Harvest Moon
Orange: Wear your Orange today, for the annual Orange Shirt Day, September 30th which recognizes and opens conversation on all aspects of Residential Schools.
Transformative: There’s still time to catch the 2nd Annual TRANSFORM Cabaret Festival presented by Urban Ink and The Cultch before it wraps up October 3, 2020.
Moon: As the Full Moon rises, the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival finds Dr Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden decorated for the Festival, and Chinatown Bakeries baking up mooncakes.
Stage: The first of The Arts Club Theatre Company’s Fall Theatre Trio of plays, No Child, takes to the stage opening tomorrow at the Newmont Stage (formerly Goldcorp Stage) at the BMO Theatre Centre, until November 8th
Art: Capturing the feelings of a society who has been stuck at home for months, view Vancouver artist David Wilson’s latest exhibition “Close to Home“, from October 1 to 22 at Kurbatoff Gallery.
Films: The 39th Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) a line up of more than 100 feature films and events, opening this week with mostly online presentations but also a few limited in-person events, through to October 7th
Bard: The Bard Beyond The Beach, reimagined fall season of digital content from Bard On The Beach Shakespeare Festival continues into October
Fringe: Check out the reimagined entertaining line-up of the Vancouver Fringe Festival continues with events taking place through 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.