Happy hump day, Vancouver. We are halfway through the work week and we couldn’t be more thankful. Even though it was a short week thanks to the long weekend, it sure did feel long. Thankfully, some much needed days off are just around the corner and we have rounded up some things to do in Vancouver this weekend for you. Time to start making plans. 

The Family Day long weekend is done and dusted. While it was great having three days off, we are back to our regularly scheduled programming with just two short days. 

We are halfway through the work week which means we can officially start counting down the hours until Friday evening. 

In typical Vancouver fashion, there are tons of things going on this weekend. From wine festivals to hockey games and brunches, it’s all happening in our city. 

While most of the fun events are taking place in Vancouver, some are located in the surrounding areas so you may need to drive. 

Considering some of us have contemplated travelling three hours just for an In-N-Out Burger, these commutes won’t hurt. 

It’s already Wednesday and if you haven't started making your weekend plans it’s time to hop on it. 

So get on that group chat and start messaging the gang. We only have two days off this weekend and we can't spend it watching Netflix. Well, at least not all of it.

Vancouver International Wine Festival 

Price: $59+

When: Saturday, February 22 to Sunday, March 1

Address: 1055 Canada Pl., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: If you like all things vino then listen up. This wine festival will be bringing 163 wineries from 15 countries into one location. Along with the wine, there will be 25 restaurants and events around the city hosting winery dinners, lunches, and seminars. Need we say more?


ACE Brunch 

Price: $66

When: Saturday, February 22 

Address: 1011 Hamilton St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: Formerly known as Babes Who Brunch, this is not your average mimosa-filled breakfast. This brunch gives you the opportunity to listen to and speak with inspiring women who take action in their life. If you need a little motivation then this event is for you. 


Ronny Chieng Comedy Night

Price: $35.50

When: Saturday, February 22

Address: 918 Granville St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: This Just for Laughs comedian is known for being in Crazy Rich Asians and appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. His stand up is so funny and tickets for the event are still on sale.


BC Home and Garden Show

Price: $16

When: Friday, February 21 to Sunday, February 23 

Address: 777 Pacific Bldv., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: It’s about to be a new season which means your home and living space could use some sprucing up. Head to the Home and Garden Show to find your spring inspiration before it's too late. 


Whose Live Anyway 

Price: $54.50

When: Sunday, February 23

Address: River Rock Casino Resort, 8811 River Rd., Richmond, BC

Why You Need To Go: The popular show Whose Line Is It Anyway is coming to Vancouver. Known for their improv, watch as four familiar comedians take to the stage and talk about anything and everything. Nothing is off-limits and audience participation is a must. 


Talking Stick Festival 2020 

Price: $30+

When: Friday, February 21 to Sunday, February 23 

Address: Various locations

Why You Need To Go: This Indigenous performing arts festival is taking place for the 19th year in a row. This festival invites artists, scholars, and audience members to come together to demonstrate the importance of Indigenous performing arts. 


Vancouver Canucks vs Boston Bruins 

Price: $109+

When: Saturday, February 22

Address: 800 Griffiths Way, Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: Tickets for the Saturday night game are still on sale, but they are going fast. Watch the Canucks face off against the Bruins in this can’t-miss game.


 

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