And again Vancouver is packed with lots of event during this weekend. How about a First Nations Festival, flea market, crazy celts or some tasty goods this weekend.
Coastal First Nations Dance Festival
The UBC Museum of Anthropology hosts this weekend the Coastal First Nations Dance Festival which celebrates the rich traditions of the Indigenous people of North America’s northwest coast. The performances include storytelling, singing and dancing, they will go on till the late night. Tickets are around $20 and can be bought here.
Are you looking for furniture, records, cameras, books, kitchenware, second-hand clothing, posters or anything else? You will find it all on March 8th at The Wise Hall on Adanac and Victoria street (east of Commercial Drive). The admission is just $1.
Celts on the Creek
If you already want to get into the St. Paddy’s feeling, join the Celts at Saturday March 8th for the free CelticFest Kick-Off Celebration with performances, such as music, food, dancing and face-painting. The Fest starts at Noon and will last till 5pm. The Celts can be found a The Village on False Creek (The Plaza at Manitoba Street and Athlete’s Way)
Baker’s Dozen is a new bakers market for the foodies here in Vancouver. Thirteen local bakers will present their tasty goods at the River District Centre (8683 Kerr Street) during every Sunday in March from 11am till 3pm. There is no admission fee!
Next week we will NOT have our PuB NiGHT on Wednesday but on Tuesday, keep an eye on the blog and Facebook for the latest news.
And for those who will join us to Whistler, please make to be on time. Click here for more information about what to bring.
We wish you all a wonderful weekend!