As we move into the unofficial start of Fall, we still have pleasant summer weather and events to round up in this picks of the week
Dine: Dine Out Vancouver’s summertime spin-off Dine OutSide running to September 21is the perfect way to take in some of the city’s expanded sidewalk patios, new pop-up plazas and green spaces
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.
Art: Join Gateway Theatre’s Barbara Tomasic Director of Artistic Programs for another episode of their virtual talk show Art Apart
Space: Find out what’s out there on the exoplanets of our solar system with the HR MacMillan Extremophiles, Aliens and Exoplanets Workshop this Saturday
Concert: The fourth instalment of the Harrison Festival’s Still Running Concert Series brings Alex Cuba to the stage on Holberg Farm on Sept 12th for two shows
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
Art: 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.
Dance: Enjoy the annual Scotiabank Dance Centre Open House September 9 – 12, to sample a range of exciting dance styles, from ballet and contemporary to flamenco and vogue.
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.
Patio: Take advantage of the good weather while you can and enjoy Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays outside with a cocktail or BBQ at the Fairmont Pacific Rim’s Pop-Up Patio in the hotels forecourt.
Tea: Notch8 Restaurant at Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, has the ultimate in socially distant dining, with the return of their limited time, Afternoon Tea in the Window service, running Monday to Friday or join Notch8 for weekend brunch and tea inside.
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.