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Partying with Boomers, Watching Thread by Margie Gillis and a whole lot of Screaming Chickens

March is jam-packed full of diverse and exciting events including partying with youth + boomers, celebrating the festival of colors, watching engaging theatre, and even TWEETING! We will definitely bee buzzing all over town, feel free to join us in the fun!!
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Bee Vancity TOP 3 FAVE events:

1. Gen Why's Bring Your Boomers Party 
Sat Mar 12 7-10pm | VIVO | $10

What a great idea for a party from our friends at Gen Why! Enjoy onstage inter-generational dialogue, live music, film, local artisans, DIY merchandise making. Collaborate and present your project/ideas, perform, exhibit, sell/give/trade stuff, volunteer. And make sure to bring 1) your favorite boomer! 2) piece of clothing to make DIY merchandise

BEE SPECIAL!! We have 2 TICKETS to giveaway. Shoot us a tweet @BeeVancity to be entered in draw. Winners will be announced on Twitter 
--> Thx Tara + Fiona!

March 11 & 12 8pm | Fei + Milton Wong Theatre |  $25/42 online


A unique opportunity to see a world-class dancer in an intimate space. In Thread, Margie Gillis choreographs and performs the weaving of connections that are the very stuff that our beings and our stories are made of. Thread exposes the rope that trips us up, the twine that tethers us, the strings that attach us, the cords we cut, the ribbons that glorify us...

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