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Welcome to June, everyone! Let’s start the new month with our checklist of 15 things to do from May 31 to June 6. Art Walk Strathcona, Stanley Park Train and more.
What: Check out Capilano Mall’s NOSH Foodie Fest – a virtual event that takes place throughout the month of June. Taste, sip and savor delicious activities from the comfort of your kitchen. Don’t miss virtual cooking classes, personalized jar labeling workshops, a food styling and photography tutorial, and even an online tea party with etalkis clean Danielle Graham!
When: June 1 to June 30
Time: Several times
Or: Visit capilanomall.com/nosh for details
What: Take a train trip through Stanley Park and learn fun facts about the park’s wildlife and history. Young riders can even earn a Junior Urban Forest Ranger button by requesting the quiz at the ticket office before getting on the train and completing it during the trip.
When: Saturdays and Sundays until June 27, 2021; From Wednesday to Sunday from June 30 to September 6, 2021. Open on public holidays.
Time: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Or: Stanley Park Miniature Railway – Pipeline Road, Stanley Park
Cost: Different prices, sold on site
What: The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver’s Chinatown is a Ming Dynasty-style garden museum, and the first of its kind to be built outside of China. Take a peaceful walk while learning about the culture and community.
When: From Friday to Sunday in June 2021
Time: Entry times will be available every 30 minutes from 11 a.m., with the last entry time at 3 p.m.
Or: The main entrance to the garden has been moved to Keefer and Carrall Street, directly opposite the SUCCESS Simon KY Lee nursing home for the elderly.
Cost: $ 12 – $ 16 or $ 32 for the family, more details and purchase Online
Treat yourself to mini desserts
What: You are working hard and now it’s time to treat yourself! Take a break and check out this list of places to find the best little candies, from little pies to cute, delicate cakes and more.
When: Various days of operation
Time: Various hours of operation
Or: Various restaurants across Vancouver
Cost: Various, see the list of mini desserts online
What: The rEvolver Festival of Upintheair Theater offers 12 artist presentations divided into audio and digital experiences. There will be workshops and conversations as well as readings and presentations on the themes of activism and the environment, colonialism and identity, mental health and hope.
When: Until June 6, 2021
Time: Several times
Cost: Free if donations are welcome, register online
What: The Vancouver Heritage Foundation presents a virtual edition of the Heritage House Tour is Back. There will be two online events where participants will visit six unique homes and learn about their stories.
When: June 3 and June 8, 2021
Time: 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Cost: $ 30 – $ 40, purchase online
What: Art Walk Strathcona is a self-guided five-panel tour along East Hastings, where Strathcona Galleries showcase contemporary art by Indigenous and Canadian artists. Plus, enter to win prizes by photographing the art billboards and sharing them on your Instagram account using #ArtWalkStrathcona and tagging @madeinstrathcona.
When: Until June 14, 2021
Or: Various locations along East Hastings in Strathcona
What: The 14th annual Doors Open Richmond will go virtual in 2021, with new videos and behind-the-scenes footage from over 30 partner sites highlighted on the City of Richmond website and the Museum of Social media channels. Richmond.
When: June 5 to 12, 2021
Take a trail and enjoy panoramic views
What: With the daylight lasting longer, it’s hard to resist an adventure. Fortunately, our expansive backyard offers several course options that are not too advanced, but at the same time a feast for the eyes. Here are eight.
Or: Various locations in Metro Vancouver
What: The Community Arts Council of Vancouver presents BIKEnnale / WALKennale, a series of self-guided walking and cycling tours. A one-time donation will provide participants with new tours sent out each week until October 11. All funds raised support public art installations, exhibitions, artist residencies and educational programs at the Vancouver Biennale.
When: Until October 11, 2021
Or: Various places
Cost: One-time donation of $ 5 minimum for individuals or $ 15 for families, register online
What: Megaphone is hosting a live viewing party highlighting the writers featured in this year’s edition of Voice from the street, the theme being INSIDE, we are all the same. The event will also include an interview with a community photographer whose photos can be seen in the post.
When: May 31, 2021
Time: 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Cost: $ 11.62, purchase online
What: Laugh Track Pop-up Comedy Club features Charlie Demers, Dino Archie, Sophie Buddle, Yumi Nagashima, Marito Lopez and host Chris Giffin in Anna Junge’s brain cancer awareness virtual comedy fundraiser. All proceeds will be donated to the Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada.
When: June 5, 2021
Time: 8 p.m.
Cost: $ 20, purchase online
What: Performing arts curator and host Joyce Rosario and Fascinator Management founder Dani Fecko share practical tips, tips and skills for artists to talk about their art.
When: June 1, 2021
Time: 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Cost: Free, register online
What: The Vancouver International Children’s Festival features theater, music, dance and storytelling performances created especially for children. This year’s festival is completely virtual with a mix of live and pre-recorded performances online from artists such as Bobs & Lolo, The Human Radio, Fred Penner, and more.
When: May 31 to June 13, 2021
Time: Several times
Cost: Pay what you can buy online
Hash 101 Workshop
What: A free Hash 101 educational session on the history, uses and consumption of hash takes place on June 2. Hosted by Simply Bare Organic’s Cannabis Director Mikky Hasch, and CannaReps’ Adolfo Gonzalez and Julie Domingo, the event will take attendees through the evolution of hash, looking at history and where we are today. Cannabis entrepreneurs and educators, the Stolbie Sisters, will also share their hash experiences with attendees.
When: June 2, 2021
Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
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