Events


Jan
14
Mon
Explore The Treasures Of Egypt with Bill Good and Collette Travel
Jan 14 @ 12:05 am – Dec 2 @ 1:05 am

NEWS 1130 w/ Bill Good and Vision Travel present:

Treasures of Egypt

Trip dates:
November 20 — December 02, 2019
with Optional 3-Night Jordan Post Tour Extension

Join Bill Good on an adventure in Egypt this November. This 13 day adventure includes: Giza, Pyramids, Sphinx, Memphis, Sakkara, Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Deluxe 4-Night Nile River Cruise, Temple of Karnak, Kom Ombo, Aswan, Choice on Tour, Old Cairo.

This once in a lifetime excursion is available through Collette Travel.

Includes: 13 Days ● 22 Meals: 11 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 7 Dinners

Per Person Rates*:
Double $5,699
Single $6,999

Included in Price: Round Trip Air from Vancouver Intl Airport, Air Taxes and Fees/Surcharges of $200 per person (subject to increase until paid in full), Hotel Transfers
Not included in price: Cancellation Waiver and Insurance of $425 per person

* All Rates are Per Person and are subject to change

Day 1 Overnight Flight
Day 2 – 3 Fairmont Nile City Hotel, Cairo
Day 4 – 5 Sonesta St. George, Luxor
Day 6 – 9 Movenpick Royal Lily, Cairo
Day 10 Movenpick Resort, Aswan
Day 11 – 12 Intercontinental Citystars, Cairo

Learn all about this experience by visiting HERE.

For more information contact
Monique Auzoux
Vision Travel Solutions
604-273-1811
travelwithbillgood@visiontravel.ca


May
1
Wed
2019 PNE Prize Home Lottery @ Pacific National Exhibition
May 1 – Sep 2 all-day

BC’s most affordable home lottery is back and bigger than ever! Get your lucky ticket now for a chance to win a dream home in Kelowna, a luxury car, cash prizes, motorcycle packages, all-inclusive vacations and more!

Celebrating 85 years in 2019, the PNE Prize Home Lottery includes more Early Bird Draws this year, with more chances to win incredible prizes!

Ticket Prices: 2 for $25  |  6 for $50  |  15 for $100

Grand Prize Home:

    • A luxury modern farmhouse style, net zero ready home located on Kelowna’s Kirschner Mountain with incredible valley and lake views
    • Stylish indoor furniture from Yaletown Interiors
    • KitchenAid and Whrilpool appliances from Coast Appliances
    • Hot tub, gazebo and outdoor living package by Coast Spas Lifestyles
  • Automower, robotic lawn mower and professional battery equipment/tools from Husqvarna

Other Prizes:

  • 5 luxury cars or cash to be won
  • Trev Deeley motorcycles – Harleey-Davidson Motorcycle Package
  • 5 sunny all-inclusive vacations from Transat

Early Bird Draw Prizes:

  • 7-night air and hotel packages to Puerto Vallarta or Los Cabo in Mexico

Purchase your tickets now online!

Or order by phone. Call 604-678-4663 / 1-877-946-4663

May
17
Fri
4th Annual Dance In Transit Festival @ Various Locations across Vancouver @ Various Locations across Vancouuver
May 17 @ 8:30 pm – Aug 31 @ 11:00 pm

NEWS 1130, Sam’s Dance, and McLaren Housing Society of BC are hosting Dance in Transit this spring and summer in various locations in downtown Vancouver.

These FREE events are open to the public and will focus on a variety of dance styles with mini-lessons, demonstrations, performances, social dancing, and great music. We’re putting the fun into “no fun” Vancouver this spring and summer.

Join us for the Kick-Off event on May 17th at the beautiful Annex on Seymour.  Cash bar will be available.  Tickets on Eventbrite now!

Dance In Transit engages Vancouver in a healthy, safe, fun activity that will include both locals and tourists, all cultures and occupations, all ages and abilities, dancers from all dance communities, and people who have never danced before.  This project is all about building community, expanding social networks, and easing people away from their digital devices and back to face-to-face connection.

Look at the SCHEDULE HERE or online at danceintransit.com.    You can also join the movement on Facebook @danceintransitvan, Twitter @samsdancevan & Instagram @samsdancevan.

Jun
15
Sat
BC Lions 2019 Season @ BC Place Stadium
Jun 15 @ 7:00 pm – Nov 2 @ 7:00 pm

BC LIONS FOOTBALL IS BACK!

The next generation of BC Lions football starts on June 15th!   It’s a new team with a star-studded cast of players, new uniforms and new coaches but the same same goal of a championship season.   Don’t miss a down at BC Place all season long as Head Coach DeVone Claybrooks and Lions quarterback Mike Reilly lead an explosive offence into action on the field each game night while the defence makes the opposition pay with powerful hits and big plays.  General Admission game tickets start at just $25 for the popular Beach Party Zone, and kids 12 and under can get in for just $10 each game, all season long.

SINGLE GAME TICKETS AND GAME DAY PROMOTIONS:  bclions.com/singlegametickets

2019 SCHEDULE:   bclions.com/schedule

For the latest news visit bclions.com

 

Join the Lions conversation:    

Twitter:   @BCLions

Facebook:   @bclions

Instagram:    @bclions_official

#NothingRhymesWithOrange

 

Jul
5
Fri
Watch Time in Real Time with Christian Marclay’s “The Clock” @ The Polygon Gallery
Jul 5 @ 10:00 am – Sep 15 @ 5:00 pm

The Polygon Gallery presents Christian Marclay: The Clock, a cinematic montage synchronized with actual time on a 24-hour clock.

Showing daily from 10am – 5pm / closed Mondays.

Critics claim The Clock is “mesmerizing”, “maybe the greatest film you’ve ever seen”, “an epic feat” and many, many more.

Recognised as one of the most important contemporary artworks of our time, The Clock is an audiovisual tour-de-force. Presented in a custom-built cinema within the gallery, the work montages film and television footage from the last 70 years. The time represented in each clip is synchronised with actual time, allowing The Clock to function as a 24-hour timepiece. Christian Marclay won the coveted Gold Lion Award at the Venice Biennale in 2011 for this now-famous artwork, recently presented at the Tate Modern, London.

Intricately edited in both its visuals and sound, The Clock is created from thousands of film fragments collaged into a minute-to-minute tapestry of modern life, with appearances by many familiar Hollywood and international screen actors. Pre-dawn scenes include dream sequences; morning scenes depict characters waking up, drinking coffee, or heading out to work; evening shots show parties, dinners, and theatre shows. The pace of The Clock reflects daily rhythms, building toward noon, varying in the afternoon, and utilising both images and soundtracks to herald the work’s dramatic midnight climax. The mesmerising experience of following various narratives, settings and moods within the space of a few minutes, makes time unravel in countless directions at once.

24-hour Friday Night Screenings

On select Fridays, the gallery will stay open overnight for 24-hour screenings. During these overnight screenings, visitors will be able to see the evening and early morning sections of the film.   Don’t miss out and secure your spot now.

Dates include:

July 5
July 26
August 16
September 6
September 13

 

Jul
26
Fri
5th Annual “An Evening in Damascus” @ Terminal City Club
Jul 26 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
5th Annual "An Evening in Damascus" @ Terminal City Club

NEWS 1130 and RBC present the 5th Annual “An Evening in Damascus”, a fundraiser in support of Rainbow Refugee Society.   Take an elegant trip on the Silk Road from marvelous Vancouver to the heart of Damascus.   Guests will be transported into the alleyways of old Damascus; you’ll taste Syrian food, while you immerse yourself in the music, all while supporting an great cause. 

Tickets include two complimentary drinks, an Open Buffet of Syrian food made by the women of Tayybeh and Entertainment including belly dancer Rahel and drag queens Karmella Barr, Kendall Gendr and Rose Butch.

Over the past five years, this event has raised $100K to fund the safe passage of Syrian queer refugees to come to Canada; and this year you get to meet our newly arriving Canadian siblings! Your support has enabled the arrival of those folks, and it’s time for you to shake hands with them!

As always, all the funds raised in this event will go to support one of Rainbow Refugee’s Circles of Hope: This organization works tirelessly on helping LGBTQ-identified refugees.

Accessibility information:

The Event space is wheelchair accessible. There is also an accessible bathroom.

ASL will also be available.

This event is organized by Ahmad Danny Ramadan, Award-Winning Author, Public Speaker and LGBTQ-Refugees Activist.

 

Jul
27
Sat
Backstreet Boys: DNA World Tour @ Rogers Arena
Jul 27 @ 7:00 pm

WE CAN NOT WAIT FOR THIS!

BACKSTREET IS BACK!!

The Backstreet Boys have announced their biggest arena tour in 18 years along with the release of their new album DNA, which was released January 25th on RCA Records!!!

The DNA Tour starts May 11th 2019 and will reach Vancouver and the Rogers Arena July 27th.

Jul
29
Mon
Around the City: Town Hall #3: Stuck in the Middle with You @ G&F Financial
Jul 29 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Around the City: Town Hall #3: Stuck in the Middle with You @ G&F Financial

Join NEWS 1130 and CityNews for “Around the City”, hosted by NEWS 1130 Morning Show anchors Amanda Wawryk and John Ackermann.

“Around the City” is your chance to hear from a panel of experts as we explore some of the hot button issues impacting our region.

In our third Town Hall, we discuss: “Stuck in the Middle with You: Aging parents on one end, children on the other. How does the sandwich generation cope?”

Join our PANEL OF EXPERTS including the Seniors Advocate of BC: Isobel Mackenzie, Kim Nowitsky (Community Activist and Founder of Richmond Schools Stand United) and Anand Sharma, Financial Planner, Wealth Management from G&F Financial and be a part of the conversation @ G&F Financial @ 8900 – No. 1 Road, Richmond.   

Registration for this FREE event starts at 5:30pm, and the Town Hall happens from 6pm – 7pm.  Light refreshments will be served.

If you can’t make it in person to the Town Hall, you can watch the live stream on our website or through Facebook Live and send in your questions via social media.

NEWS 1130 “Around the City” is presented by G&F Financial “life beyond banking”.

 

 

Jul
31
Wed
19th Annual McLaren Sparkles @ TD Tower Penthouse
Jul 31 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Celebrate Pride with fun, frivolity, food and fireworks at the 19th Annual McLaren Sparkles presented by NEWS 1130.

The Penthouse at the TD Tower is the perfect vantage point to take in the celebration of light.  Meet, mingle and raise funds for Canada’s first and longest running HIV Housing Provider.   Join your MC for the evening “The Unstoppable” Conni Smudge.

Your ticket includes a Sparkling Wine Welcome, Host Bar, Scrumptious Canapés, Live and Silent Auctions and fabulous “Sparkle & Shine, Pick Your Wine!” Treasure Table.

Aug
4
Sun
Sunset Beach Festival @ Sunset Beach
Aug 4 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunset Beach Festival @ Sunset Beach

August 4, 2019 – 11am-6pm
Sunset Beach, 1204 Beach Avenue

Join us for a festival along beautiful Sunset Beach with a Main Stage, Community Zone, Family Fun Zone, beer garden, food trucks, interactive art and more!

Come by after the Parade or come early and dance all day beside the water! We will be ready for you.

****Getting to Sunset Beach****

Road closures and transit information will be posted closer to the event date.

****Access Information****

If you require any assistance related to accessibility or have any questions please contact accessibility@vancouverpride.ca.

Accessible gender neutral portapotties are available.

ASL Interpretation will be provided on the Main Stage.

Additional access information will be provided closer to the event date.

****Performers****

Stay tuned for an exciting line-up of local musical talent, drag performers.

****Activities****

– Family Fun Zone
– Interactive art pieces
– Community Zone
– Dance lessons provided by Dance in Transit
– Ultimate frisbee with Rain City Ultimate Club
– Stay tuned for much more!

We recognize this event takes place on the unceded, occupied territories of the x?m??kw?y??m (Musqueam), S?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish),and S?l?ílw?ta?/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) peoples and are thankful to our hosts in their stewardship of the land for time immemorial.