Fun stuff to do in and around Vancouver through mid-September

Make it a productive week and get networking at Vancouver's Biggest Networking Event and Changemaker's Night Out. Live out the rest of these warm, carefree days and dance the night away at Amnesty International's End of Summer Party and Ice Cream Social's Retinal Circus. And for those looking for some time to unwind, the Cacao Elemental Series is for you. Don't miss out - mark these dates down in your calendars!


End of Summer Party Presented by Amnesty International - Music/Dance/Fundraiser
Aug 28 | 6:30 PM onwards| The Fan Club | $20

DiGi-ART Kids Workshop at Nikkei Matsuri
Aug 31 & Sept 1 | Nikkei Place | $5

Changemakers Night Out
Aug 26 | 6 PM | Our Town Cafe | Free

BBOT Summer Social at the Lawn Bowls - Social
Aug 29 | 4-6 PM | South Burnaby Lawn Bowls Club

Ice Cream Social’s Retinal Circus -  Labour Day Long Weekend Party
Sept 1 | 9 PM - 3 AM | Celebrities Night Club | $10

BBOT Annual Golf Tournament - Social
Sept 4 | 1 PM start | Riverway Golf Course 

Drinkemallica (Tribute to Metallica) - Music
Sept 7 | 7:30 - 10:30 PM | Joe’s Apartment | $10/12

Tasting Plates Mount Pleasant - Food
Sept 18 | 6 - 9:30PM | Location TBA | $35-45

Cacao Elemental Series: Earth - Meditation/Wellbeing
Sept 19 | 7 - 9 PM | Chakra Wellness, 708 West 16th Ave | $20 online/$30 at the door; $80 for the whole series

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