Including a rosé-fueled sausage party—seriously.
Yes Way, Rosé
Rosé, meat your match: the sausage. Wildebeest’s “Pink Links” Sausage and Rosé Soirée is uniting everyone’s favourite rosy wine with everyone’s favourite cylindrical meat in the most elegant way possible. The grazing affair will include kimchi sausage, lamb merguez, and käsekrainer, plus wines from BC, Oregon, and France. Who doesn’t like a little link with their drink?
Meet urban design extraordinaire Larry Beasley at the launch of his new book, Vancouverism. In the international planning world, many consider Beasley the mastermind behind the transformation of Vancouver from a mid-sized city to a metropolis. Be the first to grab a copy of his book and learn more about what makes Vancouver, Vancouver (besides the rain).
Speaking of the weather, Seven Tyrants Theatre is closing its season with a remount of A Steady Rain (a play that covers a lot more than precipitation). The show, set in Chicago, tells the story of two police officers/BFFS who have their lifelong bond challenged after a domestic disturbance takes a turn for the worse. Make sure to bring your listening ears - the production won the Jessie Richardson Award for Outstanding Sound Design or Original Composition last year.
Ohm Sweet Ohm
You might know Yasodhara Ashram (one of the first ashrams established in Canada) for its yoga retreats, but the new Temple of Light is also making a big splash in the design world. Learn more about the creation of this gorgeous building from co-founder of Patkau Architects John Patkau and president of Yasodhara Ashram Swami Lalitananda at Creating Luminous Space: Innovative Architecture Meets Spiritual Vision. The talk will focus on the temple’s history, design, and collaboration - plus, it’s moderated by Anicka Quin, our superstar editorial director who’s recent trip to the temple left her with more than a mantra.
Don’t be shellfish—load up on chowder and Caesars for a cause at Shuck it Forward, Bikers for Autism’s fifth annual fundraiser at Chewies Steam and Oyster Bar. Attendees can experience food, drinks, music, and - best of all - an oyster-shucking competition. Twenty-four competitors will shuck it out for cash prizes and the ultimate best shucker bragging rights. It’s the extreme sport you didn’t know you needed.