It is weekend again, this time we have listed for you The Talking Stick Festival, Curious Flea Market, Ice Skating, Winter Farmers Market in Vancouver and The Icefest in Toronto. And of course the Brewery Tour on Saturday with afterwards a couple of sherbet dibdabs downtown, keep an eye on our Facebook page if you want to join us after the Brewery Tour.
13th Annual Talking Stick Festival
If you are interested in the art of Aboriginals, then you should visit this weekend the Talking Stick Festival. The Festival is held through whole Vancouver, so check the website to see if there is anything near you to do. All kind of different performing arts can found, from theatre, drumming and music to spoken word and multimedia performance. The most popular performance is the Powwow culture, it consist of traditional and contemporary dance exhibitions, such as the inter-tribal dance, which you even can join. They also sell arts, crafts and traditional foods. The Powwow culture is held in the roundhouse community arts & recreation centre at 11am on February 23rd.
Curious Flea Market
Flea Market just with a twist. The curious flea market invites customers to hangout, engage and explore. The market sells everyting from antique to Mid-Century to 50s kitsch and more. The market can be found a Rivers Market at Westminster Quay on February 22nd from 10am – 5pm and on the 23rd from 11am – 4pm.
Olympic Ice Skating
Want to win a new pair of skates, or just having fun on the ice. Then head to the ice rink at Robson square on February 23rd 5pm – 8pm, dress yourself nicely in Canadian or international themed gear; face piant, flags, etc and get a free hot chocolate and the chance to win a new pair of skates.
Vancouver’s Winter Farmers Market
Want to stroll around a lovely market, than you should go to the farmers market at the Nat Bailey Stadium on February 22st at 10am – 2pm. The market will be held every Saturday through April 26th.
The IceFest is back for ninth time with ice sculpture dispalys, event and many more. Over the weekend ice artists will make a winter scene from 35 000 pounds of ice. The theme of the scene is “Heat Wave”, so expect some tropical hints in a cold winter scene. You can also be a judge and vote fro the best ice sculpture during the Sassafraz Ice Carving Competition. The event will be held at the Bloor – Yorkville B.I.A.
I wish you all a beautiful weekend with a lot of joy!
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