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Bring your well loved former fashion favourites to exchange for some new additions to your wardrobe. Clothing Swap event offered in South Vancouver this Sunday. Here is all the info you need to join us: https://www.facebook.com/events/1141294829240657/?ti=cl
For obvious reasons, festivals are very rare in Vancouver during the winter months. The Light Water Drums Festival is by far one of the best free winter festivals Vancouver has to offer: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1130916673691551&id=283334135116480
Well, it’s official, Trout Lake has frozen over for the first time in about four decades. Enough so that today hundreds of people and one drone congregated on top of the frozen snowy ice surface to skate, play hockey, and just hang out in general. We went down there to check out all the excitement today. Here are some pictures taken from either side of the lake this morning.
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Got a case of cabin fever? Need an incentive for a closet cleanup? We have just the cure… Why not stop by for the next clothing swap by BestEventsInVancouver.com? Offered this month on Sunday, January 15th @ Lupii Cafe. Here are the details you need to join us: https://besteventsinvancouver.com/clothing-swaps/
"New Year’s Eve – Saturday, December 31, 2016
All TransLink transit services are free after 5 p.m. on December 31 until 5 a.m. on January 1.
Gates will remain open during this timeframe and customers should not tap Compass Cards or tickets after 5 p.m. However, customers who tap in before 5 p.m., must tap out on SkyTrain and SeaBus to ensure they’re charged the correct fare.
Bus service will run usual Saturday schedules with some routes running additional evening/late-night trips after their normal schedules. Use the Trip Planner (with the date of Dec. 31) to check your route and bus times.SkyTrain service will be extended by approximately one hour and include more frequent trains throughout the evening.SeaBus will be extended by one hour. The last sailing from Lonsdale Quay will be at 2:02 a.m. and the last sailing from Waterfront will be at 2:22 a.m.West Coast Express and extended 701 buses to Mission will not operate."
"New York’s infamous all-male ballerinas return with a fresh batch of highbrow hilarity following Vancouver’s 2015 sold out smash hit!
Brimming with breathtaking artistry and rampant sauciness, the cross-dressing company have been making audiences laugh for more than 40 years with their affectionately irreverent tributes to the classical ballet canon. In their hotly-demanded return, ‘The Trocks’ will lovingly skewer such balletic favourites as Swan Lake, La Esmeralda, and Don Quixote with all of their histrionic drama and incessant pantomime.
Don’t miss the international dance sensation showcase their extraordinary technical prowess…in size 12 pointe shoes!"
Celebrating the winter solstice with four lantern festivals. "The Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year when we celebrate the return of the Sun. The Winter Solstice Lantern Festival is a magical way for friends and families to celebrate, with music, art, and light.
This year, the Festival takes place in Yaletown (Roundhouse Community Centre), on Granville Island (False Creek Community Centre and Performance Works), and in Strathcona (Strathcona Community Centre and McLean Park)"