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Fabulous events to end the world this week in Vancouver, BC

There's no NHL, but there's still the Giants' Annual Teddy Bear Toss - and much more events in the arts, music, movies and party department to keep you busy as a bee this weekend and beyond.

If you do believe the world will end on the 21st, at least say goodbye to it in style. Tis the season when you can throw teddybears at the hockey hunksget to know your teaenjoy music with wine (or the other way around), learn to be hip on the dancefloorproperly stuff your stocking or donate one (well, socks), meet your future tattoo guru, and much more. Scroll down to the end to see what of the best we've saved for last. And if you have an event to promote, buzz us an email!


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Wonderful Healing Leaves | Art, Poetry & Stories (Miraj’s pick)
Dec 13 | 7-9 PM |  Jewish Community Centre | Free



The Wonderful Healing Leaves is a traditional Jewish fairytale, collected in Iraqi Kurdistan which Naomi Steinberg - a Vancouver storyteller told on a story-collecting journey to Israel and Palestine. Discover what new meanings might emerge when this same fairytale is told in the context of the art exhibit by Vancouver painter James K-M. His ‘Sefirot’ paintings or “spheres of divine” attributes to the Tree of Life. Thanks Naomi!

Vancouver Giants vs PG Cougars + Teddy Bear Toss (Kelly’s Pick)
Dec 15 | 1PM - 7PM | 1830 Powell Street | Free

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