Great weather, and great things to do this weekend!
The Canucks host the Sharks Saturday night at Roger’s Arena.
The VSO’s Spring Festival starts Saturday and runs until the 26th at The Orpheum.
Vancouver TheatreSports League presents Shamrocks and Shenanigans Saturday night at The Improv Centre on Granville Island.
Chelsea Hotel: The Songs of Leonard Cohen, is on now until April 21st at the Firehall Arts Centre.
Check out Percussion & Koto Saturday night at the Annex on Seymour.
See the hilarious romantic comedy I Lost My Husband on now until the 24th at the Gateway Theatre in Richmond.
Visit the Creativ Festival Saturday at the Tradex in Abbotsford.
The Nat Bailey Stadium Winter Market is on Saturday’s until April.
The 5th annual Healthy Family Expo is on Sunday at the Convention Centre downtown.
Stop by the 21st Century Flea Market Sunday at the Croatian Cultural Centre on Commercial.
The Museum of Vancouver presents Haida Now, on now until June of next year.
Check out SEQUENCE, a fast-paced, science thriller exploring the intersection of math, nature and spirituality, on until the 24th at Presentation House Theatre in North Vancouver.
Visit Culture at the Centre at the Museum of Anthropology and learn about the important work Indigenous-run cultural centres and museums in BC are doing. It’s on until October.
Check out Little Miss Glitz – a funny take on the world of child beauty pageants – on now until the end of the month at Performance Works on Granville Island.
The Vancouver International Dance Festival is on now until the 24th at various venues around town.
See the nuclear age represented by artists and their art at Bombhead at the Vancouver Art Gallery on now until June.
The Science Of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is on now until April at Science World.
Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg, is on now at the Vancouver Art Gallery until May.
The Fabric of Our Land: Salish Weaving, is on now until April 15th at the Museum of Anthropology.
The Hastings Park Winter Farmers Market at the PNE Fairgrounds is on Sundays until April.
The Vancouver Maritime Museum presents The Lost Fleet on now until next March.