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Weekend events

Last Updated May 26, 2017 at 11:07 pm PDT

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VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – This is shaping-up to be one of the busiest weekends of the year with so much to see and do.

Take part in the West of Main Art Walk this weekend.

Art! Vancouver wraps up this weekend at the Convention Centre downtown.

Wen Wei Wang’s new work ‘Dialogue’ is on this weekend at the Scotiabank Dance Centre on Davie.

Vancouver Craft Beer Week is on now until June 4th.

Check out Playland this weekend.

VSO Pops presents Sophisticated Ladies on Saturday night at The Orpheum.

The Shins play the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Saturday night.

Come out to Bike-in Movie Night Saturday night at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza.

The Richmond Night Market and Illumination Summer Night Markets are on again.

Check out the 25th Annual Cedar Cottage Carnival on Saturday at Cedar Cottage House on Victoria Drive.

The Vancouver Coins, Stamps & Collectibles Show is on Saturday at the at the Nikkei Centre in Burnaby.

Visit the Spring Rummage Sale on Saturday at Kits House.

The Trout Lake Farmers Market in on Saturdays until October 21st.

Pacific Crossings: Hong Kong Artists in Vancouver wraps up this weekend at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia, is on now until October 9th at the UBC Museum of Anthropology.

Million Dollar Quartet is on now until July 9th the at The Stanley.

Veg Expo 2017 is on Sunday at the Convention Centre downtown.

The Kitsilano Farmers Market is on Sundays until October 22nd.

Visit the Salmonberry Days Community Fair on Sunday at the Dunbar Community Centre.

VSO Kids’ Koncerts presents Tchaikovsky Discovers America on Sunday at The Orpheum.

Children of God is playing now at the York Theatre until June 3rd.

The Vancouver Art Gallery presents Emily Carr: Into the Forest on now until mid-December.

The Museum of Vancouver presents The Vienna Model on now until July 16th.

Amazonia: The Rights of Nature on now until January at the Museum of Anthropology.

If you have a weekend event you’d like us to consider mentioning, email Ben.Wilson@news1130.rogers.com