VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – Metro Vancouver is getting into the Christmas spirit this weekend with many holiday-themed events.
Ride the Christmas Train at Bright Night’s in Stanley Park.
North Pole BC’s Festival of Christmas is on until Christmas Eve at the Tradex in Abbotsford.
Celebrate Christmas at Lonsdale Quay this month.
Celebrate the holidays at the Vancouver Aquarium with various events happening throughout December.
The Christmas Market is on at the Queen Elizabeth Plaza.
The 28th annual Festival of Trees is on until January 4th at the the Four Seasons and Pacific Centre.
A Twisted Christmas Carole is now playing at the Revue Stage on Granville Island until the end of December.
The Rogers Santa Clause Parade happens Sunday in downtown Vancouver.
Skate for free at the Robson Square Ice Rink until the end of February.
Canyon Lights at the Capilano Suspension Bridge is on for the rest of the month.
The Peak of Christmas at Grouse Mountain is on until Christmas Eve.
Celebrate Christmas at FlyOver Canada at Canada Place.
The North Delta Winter Farmers’ Market is on Sunday at Sunbury Hall, call 778-688-3663
The Whistler Film Festival is on this weekend.
VSO Masterworks presents Brahms and Tchaikovsky Saturday at the Orpheum.
Celebrate the Bloedel Conservatory’s 45th birthday Saturday at QE Park.
Avenue Q – The Broadway Musical for Adults – is playing now at the Granville Island Stage.
Check out the Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors at the Vancouver Art Gallery until January.
The Arts Club Theatre Company presents Mary Poppins until January at the Stanley on Granville.
The Cultch presents Cinderella: An East Van Panto on until the New Year at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre.
Unscrolled: Reframing Tradition in Chinese Contemporary Art is on now at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Come ride the Polar Express at the West Coast Railway Heritage Museum in Squamish to visit Santa at the North Pole. Ride the Mini-Rail! See the new G Scale train set! Lots of fun for the whole family.
Visit the Winter Tram at the Steveston Interurban Tram Building. Lots of fun, free activities for the whole family including book giveways and a reading of the Polar Express.