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Weekend events

Last Updated Jun 23, 2018 at 9:04 am PDT

Macy Gray (Courtesy Vancouver International Jazz Festival)
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There's a little bit of something for everyone this weekend

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Don’t let overcast skies and the cloudy weather stop you from enjoying all the events taking place around the Lower Mainland this weekend.

The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival is now until July 1st at various venues.

The Luxury Home & Design Show is on this weekend at BC Place.

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is now open at Lipont Place on No. 3 Road in Richmond until January 11, 2019.

Come out to Sweet Bubbling Nights Saturday at the Vancouver Playhouse. It’s a gala evening in support of the LGBTI Pulse Memorial Scholarship.

The Queer Arts Festival is on now until the 28th at the Roundhouse Community Centre.

Learn all about the tradition of the cabin in Canada at Cabin Fever on now at the Vancouver Art Gallery until September 30th.

Come out to Greek Day Sunday on Broadway from MacDonald to Blenheim.

Come out to the Antique Show Sunday at the Vancouver Flea Market on Terminal.

The International Cannabis Business Conference starts Sunday at the Wall Centre downtown.

The Global Soundscapes Festival – a celebration of Middle Eastern music in Canada – is on now until the 27th at various venues around Vancouver.

The Arts Club presents Mamma Mia! on now until August 12th at The Stanley.

The Richmond Night Market is on once again until October 8th.

Murder on the Improv Express has been held over until June 30th at The Improv Centre on Granville Island.

Playland is open for another season.

Bard on the Beach in on now at Vanier Park until September 22nd.

Come to the newly transformed Bill Reid Gallery and take in the new exhibits Body Language & Home Away From Home.

The Museum of Anthropology presents Arts of Resistance: Politics and The Past In Latin America on now until October 8th.

The Museum of Vancouver presents Haida Now, on now until February 2020.

Visit Culture at the Centre at the Museum of Anthropology. It’s on until October.

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