VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – The annual Remembrance Day ceremony and parade happens on Saturday at Victory Square in Downtown Vancouver. Click here for a list of all the other Remembrance Day events taking place.
Stop by the Vancouver Train Expo this weekend at the PNE Forum.
Check out the Circle Craft Market this weekend at the Convention Centre in Downtown Vancouver.
Also at the Convention Centre this weekend is Fan Expo Vancouver.
Saturday is the last day to check out the Eat! Vancouver Food and Cooking Festival at various venues around town.
Cornucopia: Whistler’s Celebration of Food and Drink is on now until the 19th.
Take the Secrets of Stanley Park Walking Tour on Saturday.
It’s the last weekend to check out Two Views from the Sylvia playing now at the Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island.
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra presents Beethoven’s Fifth on Saturday night at The Orpheum.
Vancouver TheatreSports League presents Improv Wars – The Laugh Jedi on Saturday at the Improv Centre on Granville Island.
The Beaty Biodiversity Museum presents Life in Colour on now until February.
Cirque du Soleil presents: KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities is on now until the end of December under the Big Top at Concord Pacific Place.
Come out to Great Movies at Britannia on Sunday night at Britannia Community Centre on Napier Street.
The Hastings Park Winter Farmers Market at the PNE Fairgrounds is on now until April.
The Nat Bailey Stadium Winter Market is also on now until April.
The Arts Club presents King Charles III on now until November 19th at The Stanley.
The Vancouver Art Gallery presents Emily Carr: Into the Forest on now until mid-December.
Amazonia: The Rights of Nature on now until January at the Museum of Anthropology.
The 29th Vancouver Jewish Film Festival wraps up this weekend.
King Charles III is playing now at the Stanley until the 19th.
Portrait of the Artist: An Exhibition from the Royal Collection is on now until February 4th at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Entangled: Two Views on Contemporary Canadian Painting is on now until January 1st at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Intangible: Memory and Innovation in Coast Salish Art is on now until December 10th at the Bill Reid Gallery in Downtown Vancouver.
The Vancouver Maritime Museum presents The Lost Fleet on now until next March.