Haunted Trolley Tours
Get chills and revelry in a thrills of a spookiest time of year with a fun debate of Vancouver’s condemned prohibited spots. This two-and-a-half-hour eventuality takes guest on a scary debate by a city’s condemned streets. Along a way, a debate horde will solace passengers with hideous tales of a Castelanni Milkshake Murder, a Fairmont Hotel Vancouver’s “Lady in Red” and more.
Oct. 12 to 31, name evenings.
Departs from Canada Place
UBC Apple Festival
Taste your fill of some-more than 60 varieties of apples during this extravagantly renouned annual autumn event. Stroll by a UBC Botanical Garden — you’ll wish to save time for this after sampling all sorts of apple-inspired goodies such as pie, comfortable drinks and other treats. UBC is gearing adult to have some-more than 34,000 pounds of apples on site.
Oct. 13 to 14
UBC Botanical Garden,
6804 Southwest Marine Dr.
Guo Pei: Couture Beyond
For a initial time in a history, a Vancouver Art Gallery presents an muster dedicated to a art of conform with a Canadian premiere of Guo Pei: Couture Beyond. Guo is a usually Chinese inhabitant engineer invited to join Paris’s prestigious Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture. The vaunt includes a majestic yellow garment — assembled from 55 pounds of festooned silk and featuring a five-metre sight — famously ragged by recording artist Rihanna during a 2015 Met Gala.
Oct. 13 to Jan. 20.
Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby St.
Bottom of a Pot Cookbook Dinner
Celebrate a launch of one-time Vancouverite Naz Deravian’s new cookbook, Bottom of a Pot, that focuses on Persian cuisine. This repast will embody a buffet-style feast from a book prepared by Deravian and cook Hanif Sadr, along with booze pairings (for an additional cost).
Oct. 14, 5:30 to 8 p.m.
Per Se Social Corner, 891 Homer St.
Blessing of a Animals
Pets are critical tools of a lives, and so they are also acquire to be sanctified during St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church as partial of a pleasing (and a small hectic) event. You’re acquire to move any pet, or observance of a pet who has passed, and take partial in a special use that culminates in a blessing of your animal by Rev. Dan Chambers and Jen Cunnings.
Oct. 14, 2 p.m.
St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church,
1022 Nelson St.
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