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THE 44th CHINATOWN SPRING FESTIVAL PARADE

The PuSh Performing Arts Festival


January 16th to February 5th


Various Venues


The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival presents its 13th annual edition, taking place January 16 to February 5, 2017 at various Vancouver venues. Acclaimed artists representing 11 countries will descend on the city for the signature, three-week mid-winter event. From amazing spectacles to intimately immersive performances, the 2017 PuSh Festival lineup showcases innovative, transformative art across a vast expanse of performance disciplines.


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Vancouver in the Seventies

Museum of Vancouver

Until February 26th


Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday, Sunday: 10am-5pm
Thursday: 10am-8pm
Friday,Saturday: 10am-9pm


This exhibition features 400 photographic gems from the Vancouver Sun newspaper collection, as well as a number of 1970s artefacts from the Vancouver Museum’s collection.


These photos illustrate an intense period of self-discovery and growing up for Vancouver. They capture the beauty of everyday events and chronicle the drama of pivotal moments that continue to shape the city.


The images are organized around themes of protesting, building, performing, and playing in Vancouver. Visitors are invited to add their significant 1970s Vancouver happenings to a visual timeline of events and facts.


Museum of Vancouver
Vanier Park in Kitsilano:
1100 Chestnut Street, Vancouver


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The 44th Chinatown Spring Festival Parade

Year of the Rooster

Sunday January 29th, 11:00 AM

Chinatown, Vancouver


The parade will feature lion dances, cultural dance troupes, marching bands, martial arts performances and much more. This annual event has attendance of more than 100,00 people. The 1.3-km long route starts at the Millennium Gate on Pender Street, proceeds east along Pender Street, turns south onto Gore Street, turns west onto Keefer Street.