Things to Do during Thanksgiving Weekend in Vancouver including free fun family & kids’ activities, live music, theatre & performing arts, sports and exhibitions. — Friday, October 11 – Monday, October 14, 2019
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I. Family & Kids Activities this Thanksgiving Weekend
Vancouver Halloween Parade & Expo
The 6th annual Vancouver Halloween Parade & Expo is a four day festival inspired by comics, anime, video games and mythologies. The annual Vancouver Halloween Parade is happening once again and is welcoming everyone to the world’s largest Cosplay stage for the 6th year in a row. More Details
October 11 to 13, 2019
Parade: Sunday, Oct 13 | 11 AM
Vancouver Art Gallery North Plaza & Other locations
FREE & Ticketed events.
Take a ride on the Stanley Park Ghost Train through the mystical and magical world of Alice in Nightmareland. Follow Alice and the Not-So-White Rabbit through an endless series of stone doors and enter into a gothic nightmare world of tombs and tombstones, crypts, and catacombs!
October 11 to 31, 2019
Stanley Park Railway, 690 Pipeline Road, Stanley Park, Vancouver
Packed full of winsome and engaging realms such as the Bavarian Village, Woodland Labyrinth, and Kinder Farm this all-ages affair welcomes guests to an explorative and playful environment within the Harvestland Grounds at the PNE. A celebration of community, nature, and the imagination, guests will be able to enjoy and be entertained by a variety of autumn-time activations.
October 10 to 20, 2019
Hastings Park, 2901 E Hastings St, Vancouver
$9.99 – $44.99
Cirque du Soleil Luzia
LUZIA takes you to an imaginary mexico, like in a waking dream, where light (“luz” in Spanish) quenches the spirit and rain (“lluvia”) soothes the soul. through a series of grand visual surprises and breathtaking acrobatic performances, LUZIA invites audiences to escape on a surrealistic journey through a sumptuous and vibrant world suspended somewhere between dreams and reality.
October 3, 2019 – December 29, 2019
Concord Pacific Place, 88 Pacific Boulevard, Vancouver
$54 & up + applicable fees
Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes
The best family fun fall activity that screams fall? A visit to a nearby pumpkin patch and having fun getting lost in the corn maze!! Here is a list of places to check out in Metro Vancouver!
Most Pumpkin patches in Metro Vancouver are open.
Various dates October
Various Places, Metro Vancouver
Celebrate cranberries at Fort Langley National Historic Site while learning the history of local uses of native cranberries by Indigenous people. Did you know the Hudson’s Bay Company exported cranberries to California during the gold rush? Put on rubber boots and jump into the popular cranberry stomp, as well as other farm-related games. Stroll over to the wonderful Cranberry Festival market in the village.
Saturday, October 12, 2019 | 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Fort Langley National Historic Site
Learn about intriguing amphibians that hide by day and hunt by night. They crawl through the woodsand hide under logs.They’re long-toed or rough-skinned and related to frogs.Discover these amazing amphibians that make Belcarra their home More Details
Saturday October 12, 2019 | 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Belcarra Regional Park, 2375 Bedwell Bay Rd, Belcarra
$4.50 per child
Halloween Pumpkin Express
Delight in the crafts and activities under the tent on the platform, See your child’s face light up with pleasure as they design the perfect pumpkin mask and play the Halloween games.
October 5 to 31 | Daily 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Haunted Forest Train | 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Bear Creek Park Train & Mini Golf, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey
$10.00 per person
It’s our favourite time of fear. Experience the freaky, terrifying and much less cheerful doppelganger of Playland, Fright Nights.
October 4 to 31, 2019
Playland at the PNE, Vancouver
$35 to $109
Potter’s House of Horrors
Potter’s House of Horrors is an ultra-spooky haunted house comprised of a labyrinth-like walk-thru over
a 15,000 square foot layout. It consists of several rooms and displays connected together by dark twisty hallways. Creepy actors, pouncing animatronics, custom digital sounds and many, many surprises await inside the halls of the House of Horrors.. enter if you dare!!
If the bigger haunted houses are too scary for the younger ones, Potter’s also has a fun children’s area called Lil Haunters that features two not-too-scary mini haunted houses as well as some other fun stuff such as a bouncy house and a large ball toss.
September 27 to November 2, 2019
12530 72 Ave, Surrey
$9.99 to $29.99
Annual Scarecrow Festival
Art’s Nursery’s Annual Scarecrow Festival is a fun, family friendly event in support of 3 local charities and groups. Enjoy full day festival on Saturday and includes a DIY Build-a-Crow station, live music, scarecrow scavenger hunt, crafts and activities, speakers & demos, hayrides, and more! In the spirit of our fabulous outdoor markets, local food vendors will be on hand for all to enjoy. Activities include DIY Build-A-Crow Station, Scavenger Hunt, Field Trips, O.W.L. Feature Presentation, and more!
September 21st to October 31, 2019
Saturday September 21, 2019 | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Arts Nursery, 8940 192nd Street
Sunset Family Fun Thanksgiving
Join us at Sunset Community Centre to try out different sports, the playgym (including a bouncy castle), arts and crafts, games, and more! A healthy snack concession will be available.
Monday, October 14, 2019 | 11:00 AM-1:00 PM
Sunset Community Centre, Vancouver
More Family Activities
1. Vancouver Public Library holds plenty of fun events throughout the year! Have fun times for free!
2. See a movie.
Family Favourites Cineplex: Visit participating Cineplex theatres near you and watch a family favourite film each week for only $2.99. | Saturdays at 11:00 AM
3. Every Sunday, Vancouver Art Gallery offers FREE admission for children 12 & under when accompanied by an adult. Sundays at the Gallery offers a unique art experience for children and their families to have free and regular access to all of the Gallery’s exhibitions as well as the Weekly Family Programs, which feature family-geared programming that explores themes and activities related to the current exhibitions.
4. Museum Tots
This program, geared toward children ages 2 – 5, explores the museum world of learning through play, crafts, dance, and games.
Saturdays | 11 AM –12 PM @ The Maritime Museum of BC
5. Turkey Toonie Skate
Join us for family-friendly activities and ice skating. Skates and helmet included in admission fee.
October 14, 2019 | 11:30 AM – 3:00 PM @ Kensington Recreation Complex, 6159 Curtis Street, Burnaby
II. Live Music & Concerts This Week in Vancouver
Concert Tours/EDM and Weekday Concerts
- Oh Sees, Prettiest Eyes on Monday, October 7 | 09:00 PM @ Rickshaw Theatre
- Tinariwen on Tuesday, October 8 | 07:00 PM @ Commodore Ballroom
- Pup on Tuesday, October 8 | 07:00 PM @ Vogue Theatre
- Bastille on Tuesday, October 8 | 07:30 PM @ UBC – Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
- Starcrawler with Guests Kills Birds on Tuesday, October 8 | 08:00 PM @ Fortune Sound Club
- St. Paul & the Broken Bones on Wednesday, October 9 | 07:00 PM @ Commodore Ballroom
- MARINA – Love + Fear Tour on Wednesday, October 9 | 09:00 PM @ Orpheum Theatre
- Phantoms on Thursday, October 10 | 08:00 PM @ Fortune Sound Club
- Yoke Lore on Thursday, October 10 | 08:00 PM @ Imperial
- Cheech & Chong: O Cannabis Tour on Thursday, October 10 | 08:00 PM @ Abbotsford Centre
- Maribou State: Kingdoms in Colour – Album Live Tour on Thursday, October 10 | 08:00 PM @ Commodore Ballroom
- Injury Reserve with Slauson Malone & XXX on Friday, October 11 | 06:30 PM @ Fortune Sound Club
- White Reaper on Friday, October 11 | 07:00 PM @Biltmore Cabaret
- 54-40 on Friday, October 11 | 07:00 PM @ Commodore Ballroom
- Jonas Brothers: Happiness Begins Tour on Friday, October 11 | 07:30 PM @ Rogers Arena
- Lucero with Special Guests Vandoliers on Friday, October 11 | 08:00 PM @ Rickshaw Theatre
- J.S. Ondara, Elise Davis on Friday, October 11 | 09:00 PM @ The WISE Hall
- BOWIE the Tribute on Friday, October 11 | 06:30 PM @ H.R. MacMillan Space Centre
- Steve Hackett Genesis Revisited on Friday, October 11 | 07:00 PM @ Vogue Theatre
- Loud Luxury on Friday, October 11 | 10:00 PM @ Celebrities
- White Reaper with The Dirty Nil and Criminal Hygiene on Friday, October 11 | 7:00 PM @ Biltmore Cabaret
- Matty Matheson on Saturday, October 12, 2019 @ 02:00 PM @ Commodore Ballroom
- 54-40 on Saturday, October 12 | 07:00 PM @ Commodore Ballroom
- Hiss Golden Messenger on Saturday, October 12 | 07:00 PM @ Imperial
- Postmodern Jukebox on Saturday, October 12 | 07:00 PM @ Vogue Theatre
- Hiss Golden Messenger on Saturday, October 12 | 08:00 PM @ Imperial
- Jill Barber – Dedicated to You Tour on Saturday, October 12 | 08:00 PM @ Chief Sepass Theatre at the Langley Fine Arts School, Fort Langley
- Diamond Platnumz on Saturday, October 12 | 09:00 PM @ Hard Rock Casino Vancouver, Coquitlam
- Loud Luxury on Saturday, October 12 | 10:00 PM @ Celebrities
- Ummet Ozcan & Wildstylez on Saturday, October 12 | 10:00 PM @ Harbour Event Centre.
- Eagles & Butterflies on Saturday, October 12 | 10:00 PM @ MIA Nightclub
- John Fogerty – My 50 Year Trip on Sunday, October 13 | 08:00 PM @ Rogers Arena
- Bennewitz Quartet on Sunday, October 13 | 03:00 PM @ Vancouver Playhouse
- Coquettish Diva on Sunday, October 13 | 08:00 PM @River Rock Casino Resort
- Taska Black on Sunday, October 13 | 10:00 PM @ MIA Nightclub
- Stereolab on Monday, October 14 | 07:00 PM @ Commodore Ballroom
- Morrissey on Monday, October 14 | 08:00 PM @ Orpheum Theatre
- Thrush Hermit on Monday, October 14 | 07:00 PM @ The Imperial
Along The Danube: Strauss, Schubert, Brahms And Bartók
A concert mixing irresistible Hungarian folk music with grand storytelling. Guy Braunstein brings his intimate sound to Hungarian composer Béla Bartók’s rich second Violin Concerto. Globe-trotting Viennese conductor Sascha Goetzel leads the VSO in charming musical tales from the Vienna Woods, featuring Richard Strauss and Franz Schubert. More Details
Friday, October 11 | 08:00 PM
Bell Performing Arts Centre, Surrey
$27.25 to $42
Strauss & Messiaen
A four-concert series created and curated by the members of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra to highlight the quality and diversity of our musicians’ interests. All concerts in Pyatt Hall, the perfect gem of an acoustic concert venue in the VSO School of Music. Join members of the VSO for some of the greatest chamber music ever written. More Details
October 10 & 13, 2019
Pyatt Hall, Vancouver
En El Escuro Es Todo Uno
Yarilo Contemporary Music Society is presenting a special concert of premieres, featuring new works by Canada’s Kelly-Marie Murphy and the Russian composer Alexander Raskatov. With Joan Blackman, Julia Nolan, Jane Hayes Anna Levy and Conductor Leslie Dala. More Details
Saturday, October 12 | 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Orpheum Annex, Vancouver
$15 – $36
Postcards from Afar
Herald VAMSO’s 2019/20 season with an exciting opening bound to captivate the imagination, starting with Strauss’ Overture to ‘Die Fledermaus’ and the beautiful, sweeping interplay of melody and harmony in Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto No. 1. Filled with warm harmonies and engaging melodies, Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 4 transports you to the bright and sunny landscapes of Italy bursting with youthful energy.. More Details
Sunday, October 13 | 02:00 PM
Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver
$10 to $15
III. Live Theatre
- What’s On Stage
- National Geographic Live – Standing At Water’s Edge on Tuesday, October 8 | 07:00 PM @ Orpheum Theatre
Hidden Wonders the Speakeasy Magic Experience
Hidden Wonders is a speakeasy-style performance venue hidden behind a fake business facade in Vancouver’s Chinatown and is the brainchild of two-time world champion of magic, Shawn Farquhar. The idea is part of a new trend in magic entertainment that focuses less on grand-scale illusions and more on intimate experiences that leave the audience awestruck and moved. Similar venues can be found in such cities as New York, Chicago and San Diego where they have become hugely popular.
September 21 to October 26, 2019
Undisclosed location in Chinatown, Vancouver
$25 – $60
Cost of Living
What does it mean to give care? A shave, a helping hand, and forgiveness in the face of faults. This 2018 Pulitzer Prize–winning play about relationships and living with physical disabilities is tucked with surprise humour. A wealthy student is cared for by a young woman down on her luck, and a man rebuilds an old bond by providing aid to his ex-wife. These achingly human stories delve into the social divides between people, even as they strive to help.
October 10–November 3, 2019
BMO Theatre Centre, 162 West 1st Avenue, Vancouver
$29 & up
Vancouver Pars National Ballet
The company is highly regarded for its work preserving Iranian culture through folk and traditional dances, as well as new creations. A whirlwind of movement, intoxicating music, and colourful costumes, the program will include dances from some of the many regions, ethnic groups and cultures of Iran.
Thursday October 10, 2019 | 6.30 PM
Scotiabank Dance Centre, 677 Davie St, Vancouver
ANTONY & CLEOPATRA
As the Queen of East Van, Isolde N. Barron, Cleopatra was one of my biggest influences in the creation of my alter ego. She is one of Shakespeare’s most complex characters and one of history’s most fascinating figures. An incredibly accomplished states-person and intellectual, she co-ruled with her father from 14, was crowned at 18, commanded armies at 21, spoke nine languages including the common Egyptian Arabic and was the only ruler in her family’s 300 years that did so.
September 26 – October 13, 2019
Studio 58, 100 West 49th Avenue, Vancouver
$17 to $25
Dancing Lessons a play
A beautifully heartwarming and humorous play about an autistic geo-sciences professor who enlists a broadway dancer who lives in the same building to teach him how to dance for an upcoming award dinner. As their relationship unfolds, they discover more about each other and themselves than they ever thought possible.
October 4 to 20, 2019
Jericho Arts Centre , 1675 Discovery Street Vancouver
A Thousand Splendid Suns
In this sweeping tale set in war-torn Afghanistan, two women’s lives intersect through fate. The unlikely but extraordinary friendship of Laila and Mariam helps them cope with the tyranny and tumult of life in 1990s Kabul—and leads them to an unforgettable act. A Thousand Splendid Suns, based on the best-selling novel by the author of The Kite Runner, is a haunting yet hopeful story that illuminates the strength of the human spirit.
September 12–October 13, 2019
Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage, Arts Club Theatre Company, 2750 Granville Street, Vancouver
$29 – $95 + charges
It is Body Awareness Week on a college campus and Phyllis (Suleka Mathew) and her partner, Joyce (Jennifer Copping) are hosting one of the guest artists in their home: Frank (John Murphy), a photographer famous for his female nude portraits. Both his presence in the home and his chosen subject instigate tension from the start. Phyllis is furious at his depictions, but Joyce is actually rather intrigued by the whole thing, even going so far as to contemplate posing for him. As Joyce and Phyllis bicker, Joyce’s adult son, Jared (Zac Scott) who may or may not have Asperger syndrome, struggles to express himself physically with heartbreaking results.
October 10 to 20, 2019
Studio 16, 1555 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver
The Birds & the Bees
Sarah, a turkey farmer, has split up with her husband and moved in with her mom, Gail, a beekeeper. Add in Earl, the flirty neighbour, and Ben, an eager young graduate student, and you have the perfect breeding ground for unlikely attractions. Set in adjoining bedrooms, The Birds & the Bees is a Canadian comedy about love, lust, beekeeping, and the artificial insemination of turkeys.
September 26–October 26, 2019
Granville Island Stage, 1585 Johnston Street, Vancouver
$29 & up
Bed & Breakfast
When Brett inherits a family estate, he and his partner, Drew, move to a quiet little tourist town to set up a B&B. But will these big city boys face friction in their new community? With dozens of hilarious characters all portrayed by two actors, it’s a heartfelt comedy about “being out,” skeletons in the closet, and finding a place to call home.
October 3–November 2, 2019
Various Venues, Metro Vancouver
A COMEDY OF TENORS
It’s 1930s Paris, and the stage is set for the concert of the century—as long as producer Henry Saunders can keep an amorous Italian superstar and his hot-blooded wife from causing runaway chaos. A Comedy of Tenors is an uproarious comedy filled with slamming doors, unbridled passion, and madcap hilarity on an operatic scale!
October 4 – 19, 2019
Metro Theatre Centre, 1370 Marine Dr SW, Vancouver
$15 to $28
Transform A Cabaret Festival
A variety of ground-breaking artists—from here and around the world—will take over all three of our Cultch stages for nine explosive nights of bold, fresh, and extraordinary performance. It will be Indigenous and non-Indigenous, rough and ready, brash and beautiful, polished and political. Your heart will be wrenched, your mind inspired, and you’ll laugh until your belly hurts. All with the purpose of furthering our collective efforts towards reconciliation and the important conversations we must continue to have.
October 2– 12, 2019
Cultch Venues, Vancouver
IV. Sports & Related Events
vs. Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday, October 9 | 07:00 PM
vs. Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday, October 12, 2019 @ 07:00 PM
Rogers Arena, Vancouver
Granville Island Turkey Trot
A hallmark event, the Granville Island Turkey Trot brings together communities in a celebration of Thanksgiving – demonstrating our gratitude for the sport, and our commitment to supporting others.
Sunday, October 13, 2019 | 11:00AM
Monday, October 14, 2019 | 8:30AM
Granville Island – 1812 mari time mews, Vancouver
UBC Thunderbirds Women’s Hockey
v Calgary Dinos
Friday, October 11, 2019 | 07:00 PM
Saturday, October 12, 2019 | 03:00 PM
UBC – Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre, Vancouver
UBC Thunderbirds Men’s Soccer
vs. Victoria Vikes
Saturday, October 12, 2019 | 02:00 PM
UBC – Thunderbird Stadium, Vancouver
UBC Thunderbirds Women’s Soccer
v Victoria Vikes
Saturday, October 12, 2019 | 05:00 PM
UBC – Thunderbird Stadium, Vancouver
Bear Creek Turkey Trot 5K
Come out to beautiful Bear Creek Park this Thanksgiving for the inaugural Turkey Trot 5K run and walk. Includes free 400 meter kids dash.
Monday, October 14, 2019 | 9:00 AM
Bear Creek Park, 13750 88 Ave, Surrey
V. Exhibitions, Festivals & Other Events this Weekend
Thanksgiving Weekend Brunch/Dinner
Want to eat out? Check Open Table and reserve a restaurant that suits your budget and convenience.
Vancouver International Film Festival
This year’s Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) will feature:
201 feature films, 125 short films, 82 documentaries, 246 narrative films
VIFF will be hosting: 39 World Premieres (made up of 17 feature films and 22 short films), 15 International Premieres (made up of 6 feature films and 9 short films), 48 North American Premieres (made up of 31 feature films and 17 short films), 57 Canadian Premieres (made up of 39 feature films and 18 short films), 41 Canadian feature films, 51 Canadian shorts.
September 26 – October 11, 2019
Various Locations in Vancouver
$10 & up
Halloween Mystery Nights 2019
Someone killed Jimmy Capello. Do you have what it takes to solve the murder?
Teams of 2-5 players compete in a murder mystery game in Gastown.
If you’ve played an escape room game before you already know what to do – you book your game online and then show up at the address provided to play and follow the instructions.
October 1 to 31, 2019 | 7 p.m.
Streets of Gastown, Vancouver
$32/player plus fees and taxes
Reapers Haunted Attraction & Maze of Terror
An insane asylum themed haunt bringing the horrors of crazed patients to twisted Doctors and Hospital staff. If that doesn’t seal the deal our black out Maze of Terror our second attraction on the farm is a 22,000 Sq.ft with little or no light filled with everything that goes bump in the night!
October 4 to 31, 2019
Fantasy Farms Inc., 9423 Gibson Rd
$11 to $20
Welcome back the classic Harvest Haus 19+ high energy experience we have all come to love with our iconic branded steins, delicious Marktplatz fare, emphatic Oompah sounds, DJ Dance-Halle magic, and of course, our grosmenü of favourite biers!
October 10 to 19, 2019.
Hastings Park, 2901 E Hastings St, Vancouver
$24.99 to $49.99
Unpack your Lederhosen and Dirndl as the Vancouver Alpen Club is proud to present its legendary Oktoberfest #DASORGINAL! Come and enjoy authentic German food and beer while dancing to traditional music.
October 4 to 25, 2019 | 8:00 PM to 2:00 AM
Vancouver Alpen Club – 4875 Victoria Drive, Vancouver
Haunted Vancouver Trolley Tour
Vancouver’s gleaming skyline of modern buildings belies a dark and sordid past. The city is built on the ashes of burial grounds, and was once inhabited by murderous villains. On this tour, you’ll traverse the streets of Vancouver uncovering the mysteries and haunted stories of the Stanley Park, and the Mountain View Cemetery, all via trolley.
October 11 to 31, 2019
999 Canada Pl, Vancouver
Cloverdale Antique & Collectible Show
This event is a must for any collector looking for glassware to records, home decor to advertising. There is a great selection of all types of interesting collectibles and antiques.
Saturday, October 12, 2019 | 8 AM–3 PM
Agriplex , 17798 62 Ave, Surrey
$5 to $10; Under 16 free
Fantastical Forest Photo Walk
Discover the magic of the season as you search for fungi along the trails and learn about their integral role in forest health. Re-imagine the forest by creating artistic snapshots with fun photo props.
Sunday October 13, 2019 | 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Kanaka Creek Regional Park, Maple Ridge
$8.50 per adult, $4.50 per child/youth/adult 65+
Gastown Ghost Walking Tour
Explore Vancouver’s Oldest Neighbourhood on a 90 minute walk through the cobbled streets and alleyways. Hear the stories of Gastown’s eternal inhabitants: The mysterious Lady in Black, the mischievious “Looky Lou”, the Headless Railman, to name a few… Our stories come to us from first hand accounts, local lore and legend, and paranormal investigation evidence. It is a unique way to explore our great city!
Various Dates through November 11, 2019
Angel of Victory, 601 W Cordova St, Vancouver
$23 & up
New Westminster Ghost Walking Tour
Join us for a spine-tingling 90 minute walk through BC’s original capital. Learn the chilling history of BC’s “hanging judge”, one of BC’s oldest houses, a haunted tattoo parlour and much more.
October 12, 2019 | 8:00 PM
Hyack Square, New Westminster
Lost Souls of Gastown Walking Tour
Get a glimpse into Vancouver’s rough and rowdy past on a walking tour of the historic Gastown neighborhood. Hear haunting tales of the city’s darkest days, when fires, smallpox and gold dust fever swept through the frontier outpost. Visit the neighborhood’s landmarks and historic sites as your guide evokes the thieves, hustlers and vagabonds that made the west so wild.
Various Dates | 8:00 PM
441-499 Dunsmuir St, Vancouver
$27.30 & up
Fall “Whale of a Book Sale”
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to stock up your favorite reads! Friends of the Richmond Library are hosting this sale with a wide selection of quality English and Chinese books – used and some like new – with many topics and genres for sale at low prices.
Saturday, October 12, 2019 | 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Sunday, October 13, 2019 | 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Thompson Community Centre, 5151 Granville Ave, Richmond
Forget-Me-Not, Metis Rose: The Far West
The collaborative artworks of Metis artists Lisa Shepherd and Kristi Bridgeman reveal stories, stylistic markers and stunning beadwork designs that are the legacy of their common relative, Suzette (Chalifoux) Swift.
September 7 to October 26, 2019
The ACT Art Gallery, 11944 Haney Place, Maple Ridge
Richmond Night Market
Come join us for another summer of delicious food, awesome deals and wonderful entertainment! Featuring live performances, carnival games and over 200 retail stalls, you’ll feel the excitement from the moment you arrive. Taste Canada’s diversity at our international food court, offering more variety with over a hundred vendors and over five hundred food choices!
May 10 – October 14, 2019
8351 River Road, Richmond
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