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Dr Sketchy’s Art Class & Cabaret, Taboo Revue Burlesque, One Week Job and more

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 As Mark Twain said, “ Explore. Dream. Discover”. The Vancouver premier of the documentary film, One Week Job, follows the star, Sean Aiken, as he works 52 jobs in 52 weeks trying to find his passion. There will be post film Q&A with Sean Aiken and director Ian MacKenzie. 



Honourable Mentions

 Celebration Station - Keep the bike wheels turning

Jan 13 | 16:00 – 19:00 | Creekside Community Centre | Free!

No need to stop riding just because of a little snow! The terms in Vancouver are no longer "winter riders" and "summer riders". It's "wet" and "dry". It's wonderful to ride in the winter! Bundle up, stay warm and dry, and stop by our celebration Station for warm drinks, great prizes, and introductions to bike routes you might not know.

The Voice of the Sea: Paintings of a Threatened Ocean 

Jan 13 | 7 – 9 PM | Place des Arts in Coquitlam | FREE!

An opening reception for the largest solo exhibition by our friend Robi Smith featuring 31 of her ocean paintings, created over the past two and a half years.

 

 

MEZAMAZING, AK-747s AND BEEKEEPER! 

Jan 17 8-11pm | Biltmore | 

Our friend Siavash Rokni's gypsy band MezamaJING is playing their heart out this upcoming Monday. If you want to dance craJEE then come and support local music. Mezamazing was an animal born in 2007, under strictly irrational circumstances, in a rabid, cross-cultural stew of sonic hunger. Their 12-member band comes from various corners of the world- from Greece to Iran, Bosnia to Russia across Alberta, India, Africa, East Van and beyond!

 

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