You can go your own way, or you could go to Centennial Theatre tonight and see a revered Fleetwood Mac tribute act called Dreams. The band has been together for almost 15 years, bringing their memorable rock music performance to casinos, theatres and events all around the world. Show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets: $35
Until June 16, you can catch the sixth edition of FotoFilmic’s annual touring exhibition, featuring international photographers who specialize in analogue photography, at the Polygon Gallery in Lower Lonsdale. The exhibition features stunning photo art from 30 emerging and mid-career analogue photographers from 12 countries.
Vancouver Craft Beer Week is wrapping up this weekend with its 10th annual VCBW Festival at the PNE Fairgrounds. For a local taste of the festivities, check out North Vancouver Beer Bike Tours ($45) courtesy of Canadian Craft Tours. You’ll be chauffeured on a 15-passenger bike through North Vancouver to breweries such as Green Leaf, Beere, House of Funk, Street Car, and Tap & Barrel. Visit the Canadian Craft Tours website for more information or to book a seat. Important note: Tour price does not include the cost of beer!
The Deep Cove Stage Society is presenting a performance of Frederick Knott’s thriller Wait Until Dark at the Deep Cove Shaw Theatre tonight and tomorrow at 8 p.m. The play, which was originally a hit on Broadway, follows a sinister con man, two ex-convicts, a mysterious doll, and a seemingly unsuspecting couple. Suffice to say, a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues. The play is running until June 22. Tickets: $18-$20
The North Shore Stroke Recovery Centre is hosting its annual Strides for Strokes event tomorrow. Meet at John Lawson Park in West Vancouver (registration starts at 9:30 a.m.) for a two- to four-kilometre walk/stride/ride along the SeaWalk, followed by music, prizes and a silent auction all geared towards celebrating survivors of stroke on the North Shore.