Yeah 😀 It is almost weekend! We would like to give you some tips about what do on the weekend, since there is always something going on in Vancouver, Toronto, and Whistler!
Vancouver – Oktoberfest & Harvestfest
You thought that you had to miss the Oktoberfest this year, or that you would never get the change to celebrate it? Than you are wrong, because you can celebrate this amazing event also in Vancouver!
It is even better, because you can celebrate the Oktoberfest and the Harvestfest at the same event!
During this event you can win prices for the best costume, there is a yodeling contest, and the beers are really cheap!
15th of October
12pm till 6pm
Malone’s Urban Drinkery, 608 Pender Street
Includes a 6oz tasting glass (yours to keep) & 3 *bonus* tokens upon entry. Each additional token will be $1.
How to buy:
You can buy the tickets at Malone’s
Or buy the tickets online
Toronto – Powerhouse of Terror
The Powerhouse of terror is a thrilling experience that will terrify all of your fears. The Powerhouse of terror starts Thursday October 13th with the newest Halloween night. There are now three new attractions! Do you think you can handle these scary Halloween attractions?
It might be nice to go there to get already the Halloween mood! :)
Date: 13 October 2011 till 30 October 2011
Event times: 6:30pm till 10:00pm
Location:Power House Recreation Centre
65 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
Lake Shore Boulevard West and Kipling Avenue
Price: $20 at door, $16 when you buy the tickets online
Whistler – TGR Movie Premiere, One For The Road
On Friday the 14th there will be a movie premiere.
“The crew at Doglotion.com bring you the must see ski film premiere of the season, TGR’s One For the Road. Follow local rippers Ian McIntosh, Dana Flahr, Callum Pettit and a cast of international pro freeskiers as they uncover first descents in Pemberton, deep pow in Japan, and a healthy dose of AK gnar.”
Be fast, because the show sells out in advance every year!
Date: 14th of October
Time: 7:00pm til 11:00pm
there are 2 movies, at 7 and 9 o’clock
4335 Blackcomb Way
Price: $15 you can buy your ticket online
I hope these tips were useful to you! Keep following us, because next week there will be another ‘What to Do on the Weekend’ blog!
Enjoy you weekend!
Cheers, your PR-team