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Hottest events in Vancouver this weekend

Lost? Do not despair, check out our must-go event guide and find your path.

It’s springtime. Ahem, really? Never mind the weather, there’s always time for a party. This week, we suggest you take a stand for clean waterexplore issues of identity, control, knowledge and reality of a metropolis through photography, try to get at least one of the 2,098,004,107,006 (!) new sketches, raise the roof (and money) at the Third Annual Real Men Real Makeup Amateur Drag Show (find Kelly there with a cocktail in her hand) or find out about B.C.’s 20 most innovative companies and organization. Or just visit any of the other awesome arts & culture events we have hand-picked for you. Butterflies are not here yet, but you can certainly bee one!

--- Picks selected for you by yours truly Kelly, Ajay and Miraj, and curated by - most probably for the last time, boo! - Iva. Subscribe to our newsletter here

 

 

TOP PICKS

Community Love for Clean Water (Miraj’s pick) - Fundraiser

Mar 21 | 6 PM | Heritage Hall, 3102 Main Street | $20

Help raise funds and awareness for the coolest clean water projects in celebration of World Water Day. Proceeds raised will go towards Compassionate Eye Foundation's clean water projects. Live music (by winner of Best of BC - Greg Drummond), a drink, snack and fun. Thanks, Leah!

Maladjusted  (Ajay’s Pick) - Theatre

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