Cycle B.C. makes our "Vancouver on the cheap" itinerary. Ride around Vancouver in style by renting a scooter, zipping out to Kits or heading downtown to Stanley Park for $16. Read more.
The Equinox makes our "Vancouver on the cheap" itinerary to get you cultured and musically-inspired. Read more.
The Winsor Gallery makes our "Vancouver on the cheap" itinerary to get you cultured and musically-inspired. Read more.
The Ian Tan Gallery makes our "Vancouver on the cheap" itinerary to get you cultured and musically-inspired. Read more.
This pop-up flea market, showcasing local wares and vintage goods and clothing, makes our "Vancouver on the cheap" itinerary. Bonus: Admission is only $2. Read more.
Trees Organic Cafes is often a good bet for laid-back evenings of music, spoken word and comedy. The cafe has live music Thursdays and Fridays from 8-10 p.m. with admission by donation. Read more.
Winterruption runs Feb. 24-26 w/ outdoor performances and stilt walkers. Head to Performance Works for $15 shows w/ Michael Bernard Fitzgerald, Acres of Lions & Aidan Knight. Read more.
A free monthly breakfast gathering that features a 20-minute lecture by a creative innovator, followed by a 20-minute group discussion. We like it so much it made our "Vancouver on the Cheap" list. Read more.
Take a guided tour through one of Chinatown’s most beautifully restored buildings while perusing Bob Rennie’s private collection, believed to be the largest private collection in B.C. Read more.
Pecha Kucha celebrates this city’s creative energy with quick talks by local designers. Speakers present 20 images for 20 seconds. Feb. 29 7-10 p.m. Admission is $15. Read more.
Montmartre Cafe hosts Thundering Word open mic nights every first and third Sunday of the month starting at 8 p.m. No cover charge. Read more.
Café Deux Soleils is known for their poetry slams and music nights. Shows start at 9 .m. Open mic is by donation, events $5. Read more.
Ten years is a long time in the life of a nightclub, especially a jazz club. Even with a capacity of only 85, The Cellar has risen to become the city's premier jazz venue. Read more.
While we like hanging around the stacks, Metro Vancouver’s public libraries have loads of free events and workshops from memoir writing to concerts. Read more.
A series of storytelling nights with music and beverages featuring a diverse roster of Vancouverites. Read more.
Join expert bird watcher Cathy Aitchison for the Stanley Park Birds of Feather Walk two-hour walk exploring Stanley Park’s bird life on the last Sunday of every month from 9-11 a.m. By donation. Read more.
We're big fans of Music Mondays. This occasional movie night held at Vancity Theatre provides music buffs with the experience of watching music recorded on film. Tickets: $6. Read more.
Get intellectual and arty at one of Vancouver’s most beautiful museums. Save money by heading there Tues. night ($9) or pay regular admission ($16.74 adults). Free curator’s tour every Tues. 1-2 p.m. Read more.
The Regional Assembly of Text holds a sweet li’l club on the first Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. No need to sign up ahead of time and it’s free with supplies provided. Read more.
Breathe, sip tea and get in a downward dog or two at the Wellness Show, an exhibition dedicated to well-being. Feb. 17-19 Tickets: $13.50 online at thewellnessshow.com ($16 at the door). Read more.