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Weekend events

Last Updated Nov 17, 2017 at 7:18 pm PST

(Courtesy Cirque du Soleil)
Summary

Cirque du Soleil's KURIOS - Cabinet of Curiosities on now until the end of December

Cornucopia: Whistler's Celebration of Food and Drink wraps up this weekend

There’s no shortage of fun things to do this weekend!

Check out the Eastside Culture Crawl this weekend at various venues in the East End.

Cornucopia: Whistler’s Celebration of Food and Drink wraps up this weekend.

The West Coast Christmas Show is on this weekend at the Tradex in Abbotsford.

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.

VSO at the Movies presents Jurassic Park this weekend at the Orpheum.

The Canucks host the Blues Saturday night at Rogers Arena.

Grouse and Cypress are open.

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.

Portrait of the Artist: An Exhibition from the Royal Collection is on now until February 4th at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Spirit of Canada: A Benefit for John Mann happens Sunday night at the Commodore. Barney Bentall, along with a star-studded lineup of some of Canada’s greatest musicians will perform.

Cirque du Soleil presents: KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities – on now until the end of December under the Big Top at Concord Pacific Place.

Check out ParticipACTION 150 Playlist Sunday at Creekside Community.

Great Movies at Britannia Presents The Full Monty Sunday night at the Britannia Community Centre on Napier.

The Beaty Biodiversity Museum presents Life in Colour on now until February.

The Arts Club presents King Charles III wraps up Sunday night at The Stanley.

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.

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