VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – Don’t let the dropping temperatures prevent you from checking out tons of events around town this weekend. There are plenty of things for you and your family to do.
If you’re in Vancouver, check out the Main Street Vinyl Record Fair on Saturday at the Cambrian Hall on East 17 Ave.
The Circle Craft 2012 Fair is on this weekend at the Vancouver Convention Centre downtown. Come and check out some great crafts and help local craftspeople at the same time.
Maestro Tovey, the VSO, the Vancouver Bach Choir and four vocal soloists present Mozart’s Mass in C Minor on Saturday night and on Monday at the Orpheum.
Dance House is presenting The Tempest Replica on Saturday at the Vancouver Playhouse.
The Baker’s Market is on Saturday at Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre on Prince Albert Street. There will be fresh breads, cakes, cookies, pies and tarts. It’s open every Saturday until December 8 and admission is free.
Colin James plays the Commodore on Saturday at 8 p.m.
The Vancouver Flea Market: Antique Show is on Saturday on Terminal Avenue.
Learn all about the nature of Chinese music and other musical styles with guest speaker and Chinese-music scholar Alan Lau Saturday at the Vancouver Public Library. Admission is free.
Check out Burlesque: Long Form Saturday at the Rio Theatre on Broadway at Commercial Drive.
Come enjoy some great food and company at the Vegan Japanese Dinner Party Saturday at Tokyo Joe’s on Hornby Street.
The Vancouver Health Show happens this weekend at the Vancouver Convention Centre. There will be seminars from some of Canada’s leading health experts, learn about healthy eating and living and check out some eco-friendly products for your home.
The Vancouver Private School Expo is taking place at the Westin Bayshore. Check out presentations from Vancouver’s private, boarding and independent schools about their programs and curricula.
Interested in architecture and landscape architecture? Then you’ll want to check out SALA Speaks: Design Sundays with the UBC School of Architecture at the Museum of Vancouver.
The Vancouver Giants host the Prince George Cougars this Sunday at the Pacific Coliseum downtown.