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Rollergirls, Crazy 8s, a Silent SkyTrain Dance Party and a whole lot more

Dawson Dunbar and Sierra Pitkin as the Dead Boy and Lola in "Dead Friends", a Crazy8s winning short film shot March 25-27, 2011 in Vancouver, BC. Photo by: Angélica Pérez-Anzures

So, did you bash some pillows last weekend? Check out the Pillow Fight Flashmob Video (There was even a horseyman!) You never know what happens when you follow the Bees.

Some great picks for you this weekend. Enjoy your pillows!

The BEE list is curated by Steve Williams (the Honey Bee) with help from  Lorien Henson (the Queen Bee) and Ajay Masala Puri (the Spicy Masala Bee)  

Have an event to promote? Shoot us an email and we'll add it. 

 

Top Picks

The Crazy8s 2011 Gala Screening
April 9 | 7:00 pm | Vogue Theatre & Science World | $25

120 filmmakers signed up to present their short film idea in a 5-minute video.42 semi-finalists pitched in person to a jury of industry professionals.13 finalists honed their scripts with a professional story editor. The 6 winners had 8 days and $800 to make their films. Now they are done and the finished films will be screened at a gala event at the Vogue Theatre! Check out some amazing and creative work. Special treat is the after party (included with ticket) at Science World with awesome DJs Timothy Wisdom and Adham Shaikh. 

Terminal City Rollergirls
April 9 | 6PM | Kerrisdale Arena | $15 - $20

Join Terminal City Rollergirls for their first bout of the 2011 season. This amazing double header will take place right here at home at Kerrisdale Arena! Get in on the action trackside as the hard-hitting, slick-skating house teams the Bad Reputations take on their formidable rivals the Faster Pussycats, and the raging Riot Girls team take on the league's newest and house team, Public Frenemy. Whenever these fine teams meet on the track, it's bound to be wicked, wicked awesome!!

2011 Silent Skytrain Dance Party!
Sat Apr 9 2-430pm | Meet at VAG | Free

Our friends Larry and Mitch of Vancouver Improv Anywhere are holding a silent dance party Flashmob.

INSTRUCTIONS:
- Bring iPod or MP3 player with your own MUSIC a MUST (or at least headphones)
- Show up at the Art Gallery for 2:00PM (sharp)
- Board the Skytrain and one by one... seemingly unbeknownst to each other + start dancing!
The idea is to have a dance party with "no loud music"- this will look hilarious to members of the public.

Honourable Mentions

Creating History with Young Children - Storytelling Activism Workshop
April 9 | 10:00 - 15:30 | 1550 33rd Ave W | $10 for lunch and supplies (nobody turned away for lack of funds)

History is created daily in the lives of people. It is the reflection of our daily work. We create history through our actions, which becomes intentional when we reflect on how we act. In this unique workshop, early childhood educators, families and young children work together to create a future history that includes everyone - through care, dialogue, inquiry, thoughtful reflection, documentation and shared responsibility. Explore ways to document children's ways of relating to the construction of community and the creation of history today,  the powerful role of children in shaping a community, how child care workers can build from the experience of past social movements to create history and  think about how to transform child care with our relationships with children, families and each other.


Girls Rock Camp Vancouver Fundraiser
April 7 | 6 PM | Wise Hall | $10

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