Thursday at the Little Mountain Gallery (195 E. 26th Ave.) an array of nature related puns will be sung by The Mountains and The Trees with friends The Wilderness of Manitoba. Show starts at 8:15! http://www.myspace.com/themountainsandthetrees
Saturday at the Astoria, the VSBP is hosting a fundraiser for the Victory Square Block Party happening this September. The creative back to ‘whatever’ send off is a great display of local talent and creativity, but funds are currently lacking for the permits and equipment. The community shall drink for the cause from 9pm -2pm and with the help of a great band line up, dollar bills will be raised. The B-Lines, Peace, Radio Zero DJ’s and Dustin Bromley are all helping the cause!
At the ASTORIA
769 E Hastings
At the ASTORIA, 769 E Hastings
As for the actual Victory Square Block Party on September 5th, check out http://musicwaste.ca/blockparty/ for the schedule to be announced soon!SATURDAY JULY 24th!
RADIO ZERO djs
Vancouver hosts an array of amazing artists using animation techniques in their practices. They will be shown this Saturday at W2 Storyeum (151 W Cordova) from 7:30-11 pm. From creative directors to art school grads, VLIC magazine and Roy Was Here Collective have put together animated films from Vancouver’s diverse scene. This animation party doesn’t discriminate, and instead fosters a connection between artists and animators from different backgrounds through the enjoyment of their work.
Screening starts at 8pm followed by an after-party!
Admission is $5 or two for $8.
We’ll be raising money to support sending a child to summer day-camp at the GORDON NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE.
This Saturday at 10pm, rain or shine- is Spain’s performance in the celebration of lights, and with the world cup now under their belt there is sure to be some added confidence in their show. Heaven and Hell is their theme this year, a battle between light and dark. Head over to Vanier Park or Kits Beach for classic views of the show, or invite yourself to your friends apartment patio for a personalized experience!
North Vancouver hosts the Caribbean Days Multicultural Festival this weekend. Each year, the streets come alive with the sights and sounds of the Caribbean parading down the streets of North Vancouver. The Parade is truly a magnificent way to appreciate Caribbean culture and style. Other events Include an International Food Fair from 10-7 on both Saturday and Sunday in North Vancouver Waterfront Park, a craft and clothing market,
When it all shuts down Saturday, the party continues until 1am to Lonsdale Quay with live Soca, Reggae, and Calypso rhythms.