VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – From time travel in Langley, to one of Canada’s largest Pride Parades, there are plenty of exciting events happening around the Lower Mainland.

Saturday is your last chance to catch the Celebration of Light.  Italy wraps things up at 10 p.m.

Celebrate Pride at the Vancouver Dyke March and Festival on Saturday.  The fun begins at McSpadden Park and ends at Grandview Park.  There will be live entertainment, a play area for the kids and a beer garden for the adults.  Admission is free.

Come out to Veg Fest Vancouver on Saturday on Granville between Robson and Georgia.  This street festival has everything you need for a great day: vegan food vendors and representatives from vegetarian businesses.  Best of all – the event is free.

Dress up as your favourite character – and maybe even win some prizes – at Saturday afternoon’s Movie Under the Starts at Surrey’s Holland Park. They will be showing Toy Story 3.

Come celebrate Japanese-Canadian art, culture and heritage at the 36th annual Powell Street Festival on this weekend at Oppenheimer Park. This year’s theme is big bang-zai!

Get your groove on this Saturday at the Vancouver Street Dance Festival at Robson Square.  The free event will include live music and DJs spinning tunes.

Take a trip back in time this weekend and learn about our area’s history at Brigade Days at the Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada where First Nations traders and trappers will share stories, play music and show off traditional skills. There will be an evening barbeque and concert.

The 34th annual Vancouver Pride Parade is on Sunday.  The fun begins at Robson and Bute and ends at Sunset Beach.  Come check out the many colour floats and enjoy live music and entertainment – and the beer garden of course – at the end of the parade.

The Pride Pancake Breakfast is on Sunday at Whole Foods on Robson.  The breakfast comes complete with bacon and juice.  Money raised goes to A Loving Spoonful.

Bring the kids out for Blueberry Tea and Pony Rides at the Richmond Nature Park Sunday.  Along with the tea, there will be fresh blueberry pie backed with locally-grown berries.  Money raised from the $8 pony rides goes to the Nature Park.

Yanni plays the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Sunday night at 7:30.