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Fabulous events to kick off December in Vancouver, BC

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Dec 1 | 6pm-10pm | 317 E. Broadway | $2

Rhizome Cafe Celebrates their 5th Annual Craft fair supporting Social Justice Struggles, sponsored by Co-op Radio. Shop for local socially conscious arts and crafts and stay for the fair trade treats! You'll find a wide range of gifts from pottery, textiles and soaps to painting and canning and much much more.

 

Dinner with the Wild Things (miraj’s pick)

Dec 1 & 5 | 6.30 PM | Downtown | $149/$119

You’re invited to the forest for dinner. Let the wild rumpus start! Swallow Tail’s Christmas gift is a certified culinary circus! Follow them into the forest where you’ll encounter wild food and lively mythical beasties.

 

Timbalive's Live in Vancouver (Evi's pick)

Dec 1 | 8PM-Late | Ukrainian Culture Centre | $45

The TIMBALIVE project burst onto Miami’s music scene in August of 2008. Created by Leo Garcia, it had the goal of offering the best of contemporary Cuban music, infused with different rhythms from around the world as well as sophisticated production techniques, in order to deliver a spectacular live show. Now, Timbalive is one of the most popular Cuban bands known internationally and will be performing in Vancouver for the very first time.

They were recently nominated for "CubanDisco" the most important award in Cuban Music industry. I'm sure they'll have you dancing all night long to some Mui Caliente beats.

 

Food Talks Volume 5 (Kelly’s Pick)

Dec 4 | 6:30-9PM | Stanley Park Pavillion | $15/25

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