Friday, July 15, Doors at 21:00

It’s been a long week, party with the best of them at Vancouver’s most happening venue, The Waldorf.  
The Waldorf Hotel, 1489 E Hastings Street, Vancouver
$10 pre-sale/$13 door Pre-sale tickets
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Saturday, July 16, 22:00 – 02:00

Bully’s Benefit Show hosted by Luke Harley
Bully’s is a New Westminster mainstay, a studio space for up and coming bands. This is a place where bands who transcend the Top 40 sound can cut their teeth. Check out this five band show-fundraiser at the Troubadour Club. 
Troubadour Club, 20299 Industrial Road, Langley

Saturday, July 16 13:00 – 16:00 

Vancouver’s Largest Waterfight
This will probably the only time you’ll enjoy getting drenched in Vancouver. Time to bust out those old water bazookas you had from when you were 13 and were chasing off boys. 
Lumbermans Arch/Kids Waterpark, Stanley Park
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Saturday, July 16 12:00 – 17:00

Times Telecom presents Elise Estrada in Concert Part 2
Okay, now I know there will be tweens at this event losing their minds because  Elise Estrada, local pop starlet, has captured their hearts, but you can’t deny a free concert with food and contests and stuff. Or you know, you can just sit back and watch the state of pop music today at the Plaza of Nations. 
Plaza of Nations, 750 Pacific Boulevard, Vancouver
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Saturday, July 16 21:00 – Midnight

“How to Train Your Dragon” Outdoor Movie
How to Train Your Dragon is one of three animated movies I’ve tried to watch in recent memory. I have to say, this movie is actually quite good, and stars Jay Baruchel that kid from PMK you had a crush on when you were a teen. Outdoor Movie, free, and Jay. What more could you ask for? 
Killarney Community Centre, 6260 Killarney Street, Vancouver
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Sunday, July 17 11:00 – 16:00

“Because I am a Girl” Fundraiser
Come by the Lonsdale Quay to support a global initiative by Plan Canada to empower girls all over the world. There will be an art sale, bake sale, and games, go out to support fellow allies for this cause. 
Pier on Lower Lonsdale, beside Lonsdale Quay, North Vancouver