Top Vancouver events for Sep 29 - Oct 2

Eco-Fashion Week hits Vancouver this week. Photo Credit: Ecouterre

Don't let the rain fool you into thinking it's time to stay at home. There's tons of events still going on, and I'm trusting that Vancouver has a little bit of sun left to give...It's also the time to start seriously thinking about Halloween costumes. I'm thinking the faeries' ball and the science fiction and fantasy convention might be an interesting place to get inspired.

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PlayLaughBe: Building community through creative expression
Oct 1 | 9 AM-5 PM | Various locations @ East Van | Free/ Donation

Do you find yourself sitting in the stands watching others play the game? A time comes in your life when you choose to say “yes”, and in that moment, anything is possible. PlayLaughBe is one such moment. Move past your barriers, learn new skills, find yourself. PlayLaughBe is a multi-faceted fun-machine oiled by all-ages enthusiasm in homes and parks in legendary East Van. Fun-seekers walk from house to house, participating in playshops of their choosing at each venue. By the end of the day, participants are full of life, joy, and see new possibilities for themselves in their lives.

Eco Fashion Week
Oct 5-7 | Storyeum – 142 Water St | Ticketed

Eco Fashion Week is a non-profit organization dedicated to showcasing sustainable practices in the fashion and clothing industry. Eco Fashion Week will combine runway shows featuring local and interntional clothing designers. Also included is presentations, talks and mini-conferences on the topic of sustainability, environmental awareness and best practise methods in eco-conscious clothing design and production.

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