Top ten coolest things to do in Vancouver this weekend

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Feb 12 | Dockside | $30 regular, but special Bee price of 50% off if purchase before Feb 6th (email us for passcode)

VanFoodster brings us a night of meeting other foodies and hear from some inspirational food-related speakers including James Coleridge of Bella Gelateria (James in 2012 represented Canada at the World Cup of Gelato in Rimini, Italy where he won Gold).




REEL CAUSES: Vancouver Premiere of I am Nasrine (Ajay’s Pick)

Feb 8 | SFU Woodwards | $10-12 (proceeds goes to Atira)

I am Nasrine is an intimate journey of self-discovery and ultimately reveals the unfolding of a soul. Set in modern day Tehran, and the UK, the film follows the paths of Nasrine and Ali, sister and brother in a comfortable, middle class Iranian home. Arriving in Britain, their fate and their future are far from certain.


Vancouver Mag’s Big Night 2013 (Kelly’s Pick)

Feb 8 | 7 - 9 PM | Jewel Ballroom  - 8th at Granville | $99

Some of Vancouver’s top chefs will gather together on Friday to tantalize your taste buds as you sip on delicious wine. I attended the event last year and despite the high price point it’s well worth it. Find out who’s serving what in my preview article.


Cuban Salsa Party (Ajay’s Pick)

Feb 9 | Dancey Ballroom | $10, all ages

Come dance salsa! DJ Kubanito will be playing and there will be a free lesson by the amaJing Michael Rosen of Mas Movement at 9pm.

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