Need to Know, Need to Go: March 29–April 4

Arts & Culture events to check out around the Lower Mainland

Arts & Culture events to catch around the city. Image courtesy of Brianna Quan

By: Charlene Aviles, Peak Associate

North Shore Art Crawl | Online | March 12April 12 | FREE

The North Shore Art Crawl showcases various art mediums including paint, photography, and ceramics from over 50 local artists. Attendees can learn more by watching the event trailer on YouTube and reading the art crawl’s brochure.

Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency with Seth Klein | Online | March 29 from 67:30 p.m. | FREE with registration

Seth Klein is a public policy researcher and urban studies professor at SFU. His speech will summarize his book A Good War: Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency. Klein will discuss lessons from Canada’s response to WWII, how to adopt a similar approach to the climate crisis, and how the climate crisis and inequality are interconnected. Registration available via Eventbrite.  

Learn to Cook Lamb in New and Delicious Ways! | Online | March 30 from 67:30 p.m. | FREE with registration

Choices Markets will be hosting a cooking class taught by executive chef Mandy Finley-Chiarenza from Vancouver’s The Red Accordion. Attendees will learn about lamb’s nutritional value, how to choose high quality lamb, and how to prepare two lamb recipes. Registration available via Eventbrite.

MOVirtual: (Not-so) Distant Decades – Vancouver in the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s | Zoom | March 31 from 5:306:30 p.m. | $2.18$12.20

Bérangère Descamps and Charlotte Chang, the Museum of Vancouver (MOV)’s education team, will be hosting a tour of MOV’s 1950s gallery. The virtual exhibit features post-war nightlife, and the “You Say You Want a Revolution” gallery, which displays the Vancouver activist movements during the 1960s and 70s. After the tour, participants can submit their questions to Descamps and Chang. Tickets available through Eventbrite.

Let’s Hear It! Live – Celebrating Women’s History Month | YouTube and Facebook Live | March 31 at 7 p.m. | By donation

In honour of Women’s History Month, the Music BC Industry Association and Women in Music BC present Let’s Hear It! Live. Participants can enjoy performances by artists Lowkita, Neela, Nicky MacKenzie, and Old Soul Rebel. Registration available via Eventbrite.