Fabulous events this week in Vancouver, British Columbia

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The Obsession Bikes team is putting their wicked mechanic skills to good use this Christmas.

As kids grow older they naturally grow out of their bikes, yet many families hold on to them for years despite them never getting any use. If you can relate and have some collecting dust in your garage, drop them off so they can be put to good use! They are accepting bike donations right up until Christmas that they will tune up and send to needy kids in the local community.

They have already received some very generous donations from Cycles Lambert and Shimano Canada who donated parts, Outdoor Gear Canada who donated $900 worth of helmets and Cycle Component Network who donated a ton of bikes. EMDOUBLEYU provided pro bono graphic and ads design while North Shore Outlook is providing free advertisement for the cause. And of course you can’t forget about the generosity from Obsession Bikes who is donating between $3000-$5000 in labour and parts!


Indigenous Winter Market (Evi’s Pick)

Dec 12-16 |W2 Auditorium | For schedule and prices click here (some free)

A 4-day community festival and market supporting local artisans, artists, and performing artists with a focus on local Indigenous Peoples. Non-Indigenous friends and neighbours are invited to celebrate the creative talent and share with dialogue opportunities. Baking and canning workshops, carolling, music, art, film, theatre, hip-hop Bingo? (I think I have to check that out).Theres LOTS to see and do in 4days. This is one winter market you don’t want to miss. Hope to see you there!





Jewel Box of Light (Evi’s Pick )

Dec 6 -Jan 1| Opening night 4:30- 9PM | Queen Elizabeth Park| $7  

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