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Weekend events

Last Updated Sep 1, 2017 at 6:37 pm PDT

(Photo courtesy World Fest)

There’s no shortage of fun things to do on this last weekend before school begins.
Richmond World Festival wraps up Saturday at Minoru Park.

Check out TAIWANfest this long weekend downtown at various venues around downtown Vancouver.

It’s Kids Weekend at Summerfest at Lonsdale Quay Market in North Vancouver.

It’s the last weekend to ride the Urban Forest Train in Stanley Park.

Stop by the Downtown Eastside Women’s Fair and Flea Market at Columbia and Cordova every Saturday until the end of September.

The Trout Lake Farmers Market is on Saturdays until October 21st.

Bard on the Beach is on until September 23rd at Vanier Park.

The Vancouver Latin American Film Festival wraps up this weekend.

Oh Canada: The True North Strong And Funny has been held over until the 16th at the Improv Centre on Granville Island.

Check out ZimCarvings at VanDusen Botanical Garden until the end of the month.

The Chinatown Night Market, Richmond Night Market and Illumination Summer Night Markets are on again.

The Fair at the PNE is always an option.

Visit the 14th Annual Festival del Maize Sunday at Britannia Community Centre.

Check out Opera Zone at Kerrisdale Community Centre Sunday.

Façade Festival 2017 is on now until the 10th at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Never-before seen historic works of renowned Vancouver artist Ian Wallace are on display until the end of the month at the Rennie Museum.

The Venetian Ghetto: A Virtual Reconstruction: 1516-2017 is on now until the end of October at the Italian Cultural Centre.

Check out Claude Monet’s Secret Garden at the Vancouver Art Gallery on now until October 1st.

Visit “Uninterrupted” – a cinematic summer art installation that’s transformed the underside of the Cambie Bridge into a wild river. It’s free and on now until September 24th.

Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia, is on now until October 9th at the UBC Museum of Anthropology.

The Vancouver Art Gallery presents Emily Carr: Into the Forest on now until mid-December.

The Vancouver Maritime Museum presents The Lost Fleet on now until next March.

Amazonia: The Rights of Nature on now until January at the Museum of Anthropology.

The Kitsilano Farmers Market is on Sundays until October 22nd.

If you have a weekend event you’d like us to consider mentioning, email Ben.Wilson@news1130.rogers.com or Tweet him @benwilson1130