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    Photo: @firedragonfest / IG

    From September 24 to 26, 2021, an ancient Chinese legend, the Fire Dragon, is paying Vancouver’s Chinatown a visit in conjunction with Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations. Presented by the City of Vancouver’s Chinatown Legacy Stewardship Group’s Culture and Heritage working group, in collaboration with the Vancouver Chinatown BIA Society (VCBIA), Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, the Chinese Cultural Centre and Chinatown Society Heritage Building Association (CSHBA), the inaugural Fire Dragon Festival and Noodlecious Festival welcome the entire community to join in on family fun activities, live performances, good eats, and of course to meet the Fire Dragon.

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    The Fire Dragon Tradition Descends on Vancouver’s Chinatown

    September’s Vancouver Hike of the Month: St. Mark’s Summit

    The view from St. Mark's Summit near Vancouver

    Photo: Vlad D/Unsplash

    Finish out the summer hiking season with a trip to one of Vancouver’s most spectacular viewpoints. The trail to St. Mark’s Summit climbs through the forest of Cypress Provincial Park to an incredible clifftop vantage point with great views of Howe Sound.

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    September’s Vancouver Hike of the Month: St. Mark’s Summit

    2021 BC Culture Days Invites You to RE:IMAGINE More Creativity and Community

    Nahualli Mexican Dance Vancouver by Adrian Ortega

    It’s been a difficult year and a half, with considerable sacrifice and social isolation for many. But BC Culture Days 2021 wants to remind you that hope and optimism still lie with community and artistic creation. The annual province-wide arts and culture festival returns with vibrant enthusiasm. Their 2021 theme, “RE:IMAGINE,” encourages everyone to “RE:CONNECT” with others during a festival that is safe, artistic, and above all, future-oriented.

    The 2021 BC Culture Days runs from September 24 to October 24, 2021, giving you a whole month to participate in a wide range of virtual and in-person events that celebrate the rich and diverse arts and culture happening in the province.

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    2021 BC Culture Days Invites You to RE:IMAGINE More Creativity and Community

    Imagine Picasso to be Presented in Vancouver this Fall

    Imagine Picasso. Photo by Jean Sebastien Baciu

    Vancouver will host the Western Canadian debut of Imagine Picasso, the one-of-a-kind immersive exhibition highlighting and celebrating the work of Pablo Picasso. After a successful run in Quebec City this summer, Imagine Picasso arrives at the Vancouver Convention Centre (East Building) this October.

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    Imagine Picasso to be Presented in Vancouver this Fall

    8 Dog-Friendly Hikes Around Vancouver

    Dog hiking

    Photo: Stephen Leonardi/Unsplash

    Does your pup love to hike? There are lots of dog-friendly hikes near Vancouver where you can treat your pooch to a day on the trails. Here are a few of our favourite Vancouver hikes for dogs.

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    8 Dog-Friendly Hikes Around Vancouver

    The Famed Cheese and Meat Festival Returns to Vancouver this Fall

    Photo: @cheeseandmeatfestival / Instagram

    After a dynamic year of pivot projects, pandemic unknowns, and a further push towards the buy-local movement, the Cheese and Meat Festival will return this fall. The Festival will take place on Saturday, November 6th at the beautiful Pipe Shop located in North Vancouver. The Festival will have three tasting sessions and seminars that will showcase the best of the local artisan food and beverage industry.

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    The Famed Cheese and Meat Festival Returns to Vancouver this Fall

    Imagine Van Gogh Extended Now Through October 15, 2021, at the Vancouver Convention Centre

    Imagine Van Gogh. Photo: Laurence Labat

    Imagine Van Gogh the ORIGINAL immersive exhibition in Image Totale??has attracted over 300,000 visitors since opening at the Convention Centre in March 2021, making Vancouver one of the top-selling locations for Annabelle Mauger and Julien Baron’s acclaimed, world-touring exhibition—which immerses the visitor in the Dutch artist’s work through the technology of Image Totale?.

    Such success is unequivocal, but even with a couple of extensions already under its belt, Vancouver is still not prepared to say goodbye. As demand continues, Imagine Van Gogh has therefore been extended—yet again!—on now until October 15.

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    Imagine Van Gogh Extended Now Through October 15, 2021, at the Vancouver Convention Centre

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