What to do on the weekend?

Another week is coming to an end, and we are not just looking forward to a regular weekend – no it is Labour Day Weekend, which means you have 3 days off! Yes, you got it right, Monday is a holiday. 🎉
But what to do with your three days of freedom?

Friday:
You can enjoy an easy evening at the Lower Mainland’s massive Shipyard Night Market in North Vancouver. Wander around and just enjoy the local music, art, fresh food and regional products. It is the perfect location to spend a Friday evening – nothing too crazy, you can eat dinner there and just hang out with your friends while exploring what’s on offer.

Saturday:
How about exploring the outskirts of Vancouver? You could plan a daytrip with 40155928480_50ca0297d5_nsome friends, or on your own, to Vancouver Island, Whistler, White Rock or Squamish. While you can have an easy day in White Rock or in Victoria (Vancouver Island) just walking around the city exploring the cute roads and checking out the many shops, you could also get a lot more active in Whistler or Squamish. The wonderful nature offers many different hiking trails which will reward you with breathtaking views over landscapes you probably haven’t seen before.
Once you are back in the Van, the evening offers you another great thing to do: In North Vancouver you get the chance to enjoy some outdoor movies again! And it’s not just one movie, but two. In one night. Great, right?
At 8pm you can watch Finding Dory and at 10pm The Goonies.

Sunday:
Ever wondered how a Japanese festival would look? Well, this Sunday you have the chance to get to discover it. Make your way to Burnaby and try some typical Japanese food, watch a martial-arts show and enjoy an entire tea ceremony. Doesn’t this sound like fun?

Monday:
Shops are closed today, but you still have loads of options to spend your time on this Monday. There is a Cyndi Lauper concert at the PNE, so get ready to have some fun singing along to her all-time classics and some new hits. If you don’t want to spend money on a ticket to her concert, why not visit the Taiwanese Festival in Downtown Vancouver. You can enjoy amazing Taiwanese culture, their food and even some Taiwanese art in the streets around Granville and Robson.

I hope you enjoy your weekend.

– Elisabeth

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What to do on the weekend?

It’s already weekend again and Vancouver has, as always, great events planned for you, such as the Winter Farmer’s Market, Baker’s Dozen, Vancouver International Dance Festival and the Canadian Film Fest in Toronto.

                                                                                                                        

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Winter Farmer’s Market

The Winter Farmer’s Market is held every Saturday from 10am to 2pm at Baily Stadium. You can find there fresh produce, locally growned veggies and fruits, seafood and other awesome delicious delights can be found at the Farmer’s Market.

                                                                                                                      

Baker’s Dozen


Baker’s Dozen is the newest baked good market here in town. It’s every Sunday in March. At the Maker’s Market are 13 local bakers with their tasty goods. The Baker’s Dozen market is from 11am till 3pm. The market is located in the River District Centre and the best thing is it’s for free.

                                                                                                                     


Vancouver International Dance Festival


The 2014 Vancouver International Dance Festival is from March 7 to 29th. The Festival presents an extraordinary roster of dance artists and creators such as Israel Galvan, Dancers Dancing, Kokoro, and more. They have also free and paid events and they performed in venues across the city. This weekend it’s time for Isarel Galvan and he will dance at the Vancouver Playhouse.

                                                                                                                       

Toronto

The Canadian Film Fest celebrates Canadian cinema by with short films, features and workshops from Canadian filmmakers and artists. The Canadian Film Fest is from the 20th till the 22nd of March. It will host in the Royal Cinema and it will cost $12.50. This year’s fest includes Toronto and Canadian premieres, with six feature films and 14 short films.

We all hope you have a great weekend and we hope to see you at our next PuB NiGHT on Wednesday.

INTERNeX International Exchange
International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 9N9-
Web: http://www.internexcanada.com
Email: pr@internexcanada.com