5 Vancouver Events to Fall In Love With This Week (Feb. 11 – 17)

We’ve got heart eyes for these sweet events.

(Photo: Alyssa Hirose)

See the Unbe(weave)able

Through February 28

Don’t blink or you’ll miss the Nach’I’im Studio Gallery: it’s only on until the end of the month. This temporary exhibit showcases the weaving work of Skwetsimeltxw Willard ‘Buddy’ Joseph and Chepximiya Siyam’ Chief Janice George. Plus, there’s workshops where you can try your hand at weaving your own Salish-style wrap, wool pendant, or cuff.When: Now – Thursday, February 28Where: 1359 Cartwright StreetCost: Workshops from $120More Info: indigenousbc.com

Eat Your Heart Out

February 14

As if you needed another excuse to get a slice on Thursday night, Pizzeria Farina is offering a heart-shaped Margherita pizza this Valentine’s Day. It’s the perfect opportunity to show your partner you care—or to not-so-subtly hint to a friend that you’re crushing on them.When: Thursday, February 14 5:00 p.m. – CloseWhere: Pizzeria FarinaCost: $16More Info: pizzeriafarina.com  Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski

Have a Laugh Attack

February 14-23

Nothing soothes a broken heart like live comedy (trust us, we know). Luckily, JFL Northwest is rolling in to make you cry happy tears. Check out celebrity comedians Ken Jeong and Fortune Feimster, and Queer Eye‘s Antoni Porowski , as well as select local favourites like Brunch Comedy and Hip.Bang!When: Thursday, February 14 – Saturday, February 23Where: Various locationsCost: From $10More Info: jflnorthwest.com (Photo: Jonothan Norton)

Feast with Friends

February 14

Feast on a three-course meal at Wildebeest this Thursday with your lover (or friend, or mom, they’re not judging). Executive Chef Ian McHale has whipped up a parade of extra-special dishes, including albacore tuna with pickled wakame, wild boar belly with burnt onion consommé, and dark chocolate mousse with espresso crumb. For an even better deal, bring another couple (or your brothers, or your neighbours, or your knitting group).When: Thursday, February 14Where: WildebeestCost: $69 per personMore Info: wildebeest.ca (Art: Camille Turner)

Imaginate Futures

February 15

Dive into the projects of artist Camille Turner in Vancouver Library’s Afronautic Research Lab. This workshop/reading room hybrid is one of the library’s Black History Month events, and invites participants to explore evidence of Canada’s Black communities and histories.When: Friday, February 15 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Where: Vancouver Public LibraryCost: FreeMore info: vpl.bibliocommons.com