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November 2017 – Calendar of Events

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Vancouver Tea Festival, Vancouver – November 4 & 5

The annual Vancouver Tea Festival returns for its fourth year to the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver and the adjacent Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Chinatown. Visit between 10am-6pm on Nov 4 and 11am-5pm on Nov 5 for a retail marketplace, presentations, and tastings with like-minded tea lovers. Tickets available online now on Eventbrite here.

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Circle Craft Market, Vancouver – November 8 to 12

BC and Canadian artisans will be featuring their work as wood-turners, glassblowers, sculptors, and potters, jewellery designers, and more, at Vancouver Convention Centre West. The show will be open 10am-9pm on weekdays, 10am-7pm on Saturday, and 10am-5pm on Sunday. Tickets are available online at their website here.

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Fan Expo Vancouver, Vancouver – November 10 to 12

Channel your love for comics, sci-fi, and gaming, at Fan Expo Vancouver. Participate in a gaming tournament, get a professional photo-op or autograph with your favourite actor, and more at Vancouver Convention Centre. Full list of guests, schedules, hours, and tickets available on their website.

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Beethoven’s Fifth, Surrey – November 13

This concert will feature Beethoven’s famous symphony, Symphony No. 5, along with Canadian violinist Blake Pouliot performing Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy, based on Scottish folk melodies. Tickets for this show at Bell Performing Arts Centre in Surrey is available online now.

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Lace Up for Kids, UBC Vancouver – November 16

Come skate and celebrate the 10th annual Lace Up for Kids in support of BC’s Children’s Hospital Foundation at UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Area, from 6-11pm. Funds raised will go towards rare disease research.

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Tasting Plates: North Vancouver (Brunch), North Vancouver – November 25

Explore the Lower Lonsdale area of North Vancouver through your tastebuds at a selection of restaurants and cafes. This tasting plates adventure, presented by Vancouver Foodster, will be on from 10am until 2pm, tickets available on Eventbrite here.

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Lights at Lafarge, Coquitlam – November 25

Join in the magic of the opening night of Lafarge Lake‘s stunning light displays from 2:30 – 5:30pm, light up at 5:30pm. Watch the roving performers, enjoy free hot chocolate and a cookie, and get craft with festive activities. The lights will stay in until January 21, 2018 for visitors have plenty of time to enjoy. Free admission

The Olde Farmhouse Vintage Market, Abbotsford – November 25 & 26

Find all sorts of antique trinkets and treasures at The Olde Farmhouse Vintage Market, held at the Abbortsford Tradex. Admission is $6 for one day or $8 for both days, children under 12 are free.

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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Vancouver – November 25 to December 31

Be prepared to be taken away in an adventure to Narnia, in this adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Running time is 80 minutes with a 15 minute intermission at the Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island. Showtimes and tickets available here.

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