Summer is almost here! The days are getting longer and many more events are happening. The Richmond Night Market, the largest night market in North America, takes takes place from May 13 to October 10, 2016. This Asian-themed market features about 140 food stalls and over 400 retail vendors. You can taste delicious food like barbecued skewers of meat and seafood, bubble tea, mango desserts, and more. Also, retail vendors with jewelry, clothing, phone cases, and more at inexpensive prices are there to empty your wallet. Just don’t forget to bring plenty of cash! This year, life-sized dinosaurs are also waiting for you at the market. These dinosaurs move, roar, and even spit out water! The market is open from 7pm to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays and 7pm to 11pm on Sundays and holiday Mondays. It is located at 8351 River Road (nearby Bridgeport Station) and the regular admission price is be $2.35. Please visit at http://richmondnightmarket.com/ for more information. ===== Thinking about taking IELTS test in Vancouver? Check out our IELTS classes in Vancouver!
From May 6th until September 30th, 2016, the Shipyards Night Market takes place every Friday night from 5pm to 10pm. The market is smaller than the ones in Richmond, but it has totally different atmosphere. It’s full of joy and energy and it provides an amazing view. At the market, you can find locally made products, food, and art. There will be also live music and other performances from all over BC on the Shipbuilders’ Stage. To top it off, the market also have a beer garden! If you are 19 or older, you can enter the beer garden to taste local craft beer and cider, as well as Betty’s Vodka Iced tea. The market is located just east of the Seabus station. For more information, please visit www.northshoregreenmarket.com. ===== Thinking about taking IELTS test in Vancouver? Check out our IELTS classes in Vancouver!
Are you interested in exploring European cultures? The 19th Annual European Festival will take place on the weekend of May 28 and 29 at Swangard Stadium (3883 Imperial St in Burnaby’s Central Park). Last year, around 10,000 people visited the festival. The two-day event will allow people in Vancouver to experience various European cultures without leaving Vancouver. There will be musicians, dance performers and artists showcasing their creations. Also, there will be a marketplace with vendors selling all kinds of European food, souvenirs, and clothing. The festival passes are $9 online, and $10 at the gate. Please visit the website if you want to know more about the event or if want to purchase the tickets. ====== Thinking about taking IELTS test in Vancouver? Check our IELTS classes in Vancouver!
On April 9th and 10, the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival (Sakura Days Japan Fair) will take place in VanDusen Botanical Garden. There will be traditional Japanese music, lots of Japanese food, and many interesting activities, including calligraphy workshops. Also, if you like Japanese anime, you definitely shouldn’t miss this event as lots of Japanese anime art will be featured at the event. Also, anime fans will be there dressed up as their favorite characters! The cost for attending this event depends on whether you are a minor or an adult and whether or not you purchase your tickets in advance. Admission ranges from $9.50 to $12 per person. Date&Time: Saturday & Sunday, April 9th & 10th, 2016 10:00AM-5:00PM Location: VanDusen Botanical Garden, 5251 Oak Street at 37th, Vancouver, BC V6M 4H1 If you would like more information, please visit the Sakura days Japan Fair website. === Find out more about taking an IELTS test in Vancouver