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MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver launching first feature exhibit on historic Shipyards

MONOVA: Museum of North Vancouver launching first feature exhibit on historic Shipyards

‘You Are Here @ The Shipyards’ opens Dec. 8 with a free community day on Dec. 11
Here's everything worth scheduling in the diary this week (Dec. 5 - 11)

Here's everything worth scheduling in the diary this week (Dec. 5 - 11)

The next seven days are full to the brim with cultural events worthy of scheduling in your calendar
North Van actress to feature in Hallmark's first ever queer-lead Christmas movie

North Van actress to feature in Hallmark's first ever queer-lead Christmas movie

Amy Goodmurphy will appear alongside Hallmark star Jonathan Bennett in The Holiday Sitter, due to premiere Dec. 11.
This year's collection of North Shore authors is on display at local libraries

This year's collection of North Shore authors is on display at local libraries

Tara McGuire, Frances Peck and Graham Harrop are featured in this year’s North Shore Authors Collection 📚
Vancouver film festival to showcase Black movies from around the world

Vancouver film festival to showcase Black movies from around the world

This year there will be in-person events for the first time.
Goh's Nutcracker ballet is making a grand jeté back to the Vancouver stage

Goh's Nutcracker ballet is making a grand jeté back to the Vancouver stage

This year's performance features top dancers from New York and Pacific Northwest companies, alongside a diverse cast of local performers
First Nations designers shine in upcoming Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week

First Nations designers shine in upcoming Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week

New collections from 32 Indigenous fashion designers will take to the runway.
Poetry book traces memories of warmth, loss from immigrant's journey to Canada from Iran

Poetry book traces memories of warmth, loss from immigrant's journey to Canada from Iran

Intended as a work that would give more context to the story of Iranian-Canadian families, it's taken on another dimension in light of this year's protests
Angel's Bone: Inside the unlikely opera on human trafficking

Angel's Bone: Inside the unlikely opera on human trafficking

The latest piece of work to come from North Vancouver-raised conductor Naomi Woo is a production that focuses on human trafficking.
At this art show, works from both established and emerging artists are all $100

At this art show, works from both established and emerging artists are all $100

Buy an unsigned painting – find out the artist’s name afterwards – with proceeds going to North Van Arts
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