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Qusic Festive at the Junction

The Junction, 1138 Davie Street,, Vancouver

Location: The Junction Pub, 1138 Davie Street, Vancouver, BC Date: December 22, 2022 Time: Doors at 6:30PM, show at 7:30PM Performers: Lola Lovegood, Norine Braun & David Browning Venue is all ages until 10PM Join us for QUSIC Festive! Local music icon Matthew Presidente has hand-picked some of the best and brightest up-and-coming 2SLGTBQ+ identifying artists to perform for you. Artists will be playing a mix of festive tunes as well as some of their personal favourites. Want a sneak peek of what to expect? Check out our brand-spankin' new QUSIC Spotify Playlist, featuring music from past and upcoming QUSIC artists! Stay for the whole show, or just pop in for a drink. It’s totally up to you! Who knows, you might even discover your next favourite artist. QUSIC will be back in 2023 and we’re looking for more artists to join us! Are you or someone you know a musician that identifies as 2SLGBTQIA+? Let us know. QUSIC is brought to you by Rebellious Unicorns Production Company and is supported by Creative BC and the Province of British Columbia. Ticketing Info $10+GST in advance $15 at the door (includes GST) Health and Safety Protocols We respect your decision to wear or not wear a mask at our events. Accessibility Venue is wheelchair accessible Gender-Neutral Washrooms available

$10 advance $15 door

Songs in the Snow A VIntage Christmas

Steveston, BC

This charming outdoor event features festive songs and holiday sing-alongs. Admission is by-donation and performances take place at Town Square Park, located alongside the Steveston Post Office and Museum on Moncton Street. Presented by the Steveston Historical Society, performances are planned for successive Saturdays on November 26 (4pm to 5pm), December 3 (4pm to 6pm), December 10 (4pm to 6pm) and December 17 (4pm to 6pm).

Spring Into Fall Gala

Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver

Our Children Our Way — Spring into Fall Gala, an evening to celebrate the heart work of Indigenous child + family practitioners and leaders. Enjoy a great lineup of talent and delicious eats! Tuesday, November 22, 2022 from 5:30 - 11:00 pm at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Limited Tickets available. Maximum 10 tickets per purchase (10 tickets per table)

$200

Celebrate the holiday season with an amazing lineup of performers!

The Wild Moccasin Dancers Vocalist Steve Maddock and Karen Lee-Morlang on piano and vocals The Langley Ukulele Ensemble Singer-songwriter Norine Braun Talented musicians and dancers will bring you a variety of uplifting and engaging performances that you are sure to enjoy! Complimentary lunch and prizes. Pre-Registration required $5 CURRENTLY SOLD OUT WAIT LIST

Yew & Me Vancouver Fringe Festival

Ron Basford Park (Granville Island), Vancouver

I am so excited and honoured to be opening and closing Janet Law's play Yew & Me with songs from Songs For Trees. Janet Law heard the five words you never want to hear from your doctor: “Get your affairs in order.” In this site specific show, performed amongst actual trees, Janet describes how trees literally saved her life, and how our connection to the natural world is more fundamental than we’d thought. In true form, you are invited to step through the open door to be rooted firmly on the ground. A portion of the show’s proceeds will go to support the global work of renowned botanist and sacred scientist Diana Beresford-Kroeger. After a brief interlude, this is Janet’s happy return to Vancouver Fringe.

$15 plus membership

Yew & Me Vancouver Fringe Festival

Ron Basford Park (Granville Island), Vancouver

I am so excited and honoured to be opening and closing Janet Law's play Yew & Me with songs from Songs For Trees. Janet Law heard the five words you never want to hear from your doctor: “Get your affairs in order.” In this site specific show, performed amongst actual trees, Janet describes how trees literally saved her life, and how our connection to the natural world is more fundamental than we’d thought. In true form, you are invited to step through the open door to be rooted firmly on the ground. A portion of the show’s proceeds will go to support the global work of renowned botanist and sacred scientist Diana Beresford-Kroeger. After a brief interlude, this is Janet’s happy return to Vancouver Fringe

$15 plus membership

Yew & Me Vancouver Fringe Festival

Ron Basford Park (Granville Island), Vancouver

I am so excited and honoured to be opening and closing Janet Law's play Yew & Me with songs from Songs For Trees. Janet Law heard the five words you never want to hear from your doctor: “Get your affairs in order.” In this site specific show, performed amongst actual trees, Janet describes how trees literally saved her life, and how our connection to the natural world is more fundamental than we’d thought. In true form, you are invited to step through the open door to be rooted firmly on the ground. A portion of the show’s proceeds will go to support the global work of renowned botanist and sacred scientist Diana Beresford-Kroeger. After a brief interlude, this is Janet’s happy return to Vancouver Fringe.

$15 plus membership

Yew & Me Vancouver Fringe Festival

Ron Basford Park (Granville Island), VANCOUVER

I am so excited and honoured to be opening and closing Janet Law's play Yew & Me with songs from Songs For Trees. Janet Law heard the five words you never want to hear from your doctor: “Get your affairs in order.” In this site specific show, performed amongst actual trees, Janet describes how trees literally saved her life, and how our connection to the natural world is more fundamental than we’d thought. In true form, you are invited to step through the open door to be rooted firmly on the ground. A portion of the show’s proceeds will go to support the global work of renowned botanist and sacred scientist Diana Beresford-Kroeger. After a brief interlude, this is Janet’s happy return to Vancouver Fringe.

$15 plus membership

Yew & Me Vancouver Fringe Festival

Ron Basford Park (Granville Island), VANCOUVER

I am so excited and honoured to be opening and closing Janet Law's play Yew & Me with songs from Songs For Trees. Janet Law heard the five words you never want to hear from your doctor: “Get your affairs in order.” In this site specific show, performed amongst actual trees, Janet describes how trees literally saved her life, and how our connection to the natural world is more fundamental than we’d thought. In true form, you are invited to step through the open door to be rooted firmly on the ground. A portion of the show’s proceeds will go to support the global work of renowned botanist and sacred scientist Diana Beresford-Kroeger. After a brief interlude, this is Janet’s happy return to Vancouver Fringe.

$15 plus membership

Yew & Me Vancouver Fringe Festival

Ron Basford Park (Granville Island), VANCOUVER

I am so excited and honoured to be opening and closing Janet Law's play Yew & Me with songs from Songs For Trees. Janet Law heard the five words you never want to hear from your doctor: “Get your affairs in order.” In this site specific show, performed amongst actual trees, Janet describes how trees literally saved her life, and how our connection to the natural world is more fundamental than we’d thought. In true form, you are invited to step through the open door to be rooted firmly on the ground. A portion of the show’s proceeds will go to support the global work of renowned botanist and sacred scientist Diana Beresford-Kroeger. After a brief interlude, this is Janet’s happy return to Vancouver Fringe.

$15 plus membership