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A VIFF Canadian film debut, the Vancouver Fall Home Show and a local solo art exhibition.
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Check out an outdoor indie concert, a handmade fall pop-up show and the Black Women in Technology Symposium.
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Whether you call Vancouver home, a travel stop, or a vacation destination, be sure to add the new Chinese Canadian Museum to your list of unique and fun things to do in the downtown area.
Check out a Pacific Northwest nature-inspired photography exhibit, an Indigenous arts festival and a dinner with a cause.
Suyo's 1st anniversary bash, a sustainable cocktail seminar and the return of two great fests: Light Up Chinatown and Fringe.
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Wine and dinner pop ups, a Gastown neighbourhood celebration and a late night viewing of "The Goonies."