Weekend events in Vancouver

Iron Chef winner Rob Feenie will show off his talent on stage at this weekend's Eat! Vancouver Food and Cooking Festival, photo courtesy of www.eat-vancouver.com

Iron Chef winner Rob Feenie will show off his talent on stage at this weekend's Eat! Vancouver Food and Cooking Festival. That's just one of the great things happening this weekend in Vancouver.  Here's the Vancouver Observer's curated list:

Velopalooza 2011                                                                            June 2 - 19 | various events and times

2nd Annual Folding Bike Ride with Mitey Miss
June 10 | 6 - 9 PM | Near BC Place

Eat! Vancouver Food and Cooking Festival                                              June 10 - 12 | various times | Vancouver Convention Centre 

Monster Energy Motorcross Nationals

June 11 - 12 | 10 AM Saturday & Noon Sunday | The Wastelands, Nanaimo

Rio Tinto Alcan Dragon Boat Festival                                                    June 11 - 12 |  False Creek

Summer School on Building Community
June 11 - 19 | 9 AM - evening | Langara College

Write on the Beach
June 12 | 10:45 AM - 5 PM | Beecher Place

 



 

 





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