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Fun Things to Do Over the Long Weekend in Vancouver

Baker’s Market: Saturday, March 30
Baker’s Market will be open this Saturday at Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre (7646 Prince Albert Street). Find any baked goods – from bread and sweet seasonal treats to macarons, cupcakes, cookies, tarts and scones. Entry is free.

Stanley Park Exploration Walk Birds of a Feather: Sunday, March 31
The Stanley Park Ecology Society will have a two-hour, easy walking exploration in search of Stanley Park’s birds. It is a great opportunity to snap a photo to enter in their SPES photo contest, April 6-14. Entry is by donation. Find out how to preregister here.

Easter Brunch: Sunday, March 31
If you think you are too old for egg hunting, try egg eating. Yew Restaurant + Bar has a great selection on their 3-course Easter Brunch Menu. Also, Hawksworth is adding hot cross buns to their usual sophisticated offerings, such as lemon ricotta pancakes and Pacific sablefish benedict. Café Pacifica is known for their waterfront view as well as their lavish Easter feast. Find details here.

New Works Exhibition at Emily Carr: through April 6 
There will be an art exhibition by Emily Carr’s MAA students on April 6th. The works centre on the theme,“Ekphrasis,” and seek to show the challenges artists and designers face in communicating (speaking out) using unconventional mediums. Find them at theConcourse Gallery on Granville Island. Entry is free.

Bike the Cherry Blossoms: Ongoing 
Vancouver has about 40,000 cherry trees spread throughout the city. Use the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival’s Google map showing what’s blooming now and hop on your bike, and get rolling. It’s fun and free!

 

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