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Weekend events

Last Updated Aug 5, 2016 at 10:44 pm PDT

VANCOUVER(NEWS 1130) – No plans for the weekend? That’s about to change.

The YVR Food Fest is on this weekend at Olympic Village.

The Burnaby Blues Festival is on Saturday at Deer Lake Park.

The 15th annual Korean Cultural Heritage Festival is on Saturday at Swangard in Burnaby.

The Richmond Maritime Festival is on this weekend at the Britannia Shipyards in Steveston.

Vancouver’s largest celebration of Anime and Japanese pop culture is on this weekend at the Convention Centre downtown.

Theatre Under the Stars continues at Malkin Bowl in Stanley Park until the 20th.

Saturday night is the last night to see Eric McCormack’s “The Concert I Never Gave… (except for, like, 2000 times in my bedroom)” at the Stanley.

Top Gun is playing on Saturday night at Drive-In Movies at River District at East Kent and Boundary.

Check out the Fakespeare Festival on now until the end of August at the York Theatre.

Visit All Aboard! on Saturday at the Steveston Interurban Tram Building. There will be lots to see, live music and kids activities.

Wondrous: the Forest and Sea of the Great Bear is on now until next year at Science World.

Unceded Territories is on now until October 16th at the Museum of Anthropology at UBC.

The Cuetopia Film Festival is on Sunday at the Vancity Theatre.

Bard on the Beach is back until September 24th at Vanier Park.

Enjoy free outdoor salsa dances at Robson Square every Sunday afternoon until the end of August.

The ‘Metaphoric Monarch’ Juried Exhibition wraps up on Sunday at the Fort Langley Artist Collective on Glover Road.

All Together Now: Vancouver Collectors and Their Worlds – is on now at the Museum of Vancouver until January 8th.

Discover Rays at the Vancouver Aquarium is on until the end of the year.

Check out Poultry in Motion at the 144th annual Chilliwack Fair.

The Kits Farm Market is on today and every Sunday until October 23 at the Kitsilano Community Centre.

There’s always the Richmond Night Market, Panda Market, and the Surrey Night Market.