TAKE-OUT: November/December 2013

Things to do in Vancouver  |  11.19.2013  |  

The weather in Vancouver might be a bit grey at this time of year, but we think that’s a great excuse to have some fun indoors with these picks. While we might be heading into the season of reindeer sweaters, creepy wooden soldiers, and fruitcake, Vancouver also has plenty to keep you busy if you’re still in tinsel-denial for a few more weeks.

Foncie's Fotos at MOV
F
ONCIE’S FOTOS
Foncie Pulice was Vancouver’s most prolific street photographer, shooting around 15 million images in the 40 years he worked Granville and Hastings streets up until his retirement in 1979. The amazing thing about these photos is how proud and confident everyone looks. And of course, we’re crazy about the super-slick outfits!
On until January 5, 2014 at the Museum of Vancouver

Red Obsession
“RED OBSESSION” MOVIE PREMIERE PLUS WINE TASTING

A critically-acclaimed documentary narrated by Russell Crowe AND we get a VIP wine tasting before the show? Uh, yes please! The Rio Theatre is one of our favourite places to mix movies and good times, and the premiere of wine documentary “Red Obsession” should be no exception. Along with the film, enjoy wines from top British Columbia producers such as Summerhill, Okanagan Crush Pad and Bella.
November 26 at the Rio Theatre

Santaland
THE SANTALAND DIARIES

We don’t think that going to see The Santaland Diaries really qualifies as a holiday activity because we’d go and see a play based on David Sedaris’ writing any day of the year! Based on a piece Sedaris wrote for NPR in the early 1990s, it follows his professional climb through the ranks of Macy’s Holiday elves including stints as Vomit Corner Elf, Water Cooler Elf and Cash Register Elf.
November 21 through December 21 at the Arts Club Revue Stage

Got Craft?
GOT CRAFT? HOLIDAY EDITION

OK, we lied a bit – this is one that you have to be in the holiday spirit for, but we promise it’s worth it! If you’re going to go to one craft market this Christmas, make it Got Craft? Unlike other events that are packed to the gills with macramé door sausages and seashell-adorned photo frames, Got Craft boasts some of Vancouver’s coolest designers of jewellery, fashion, housewares, stationery and toys. Wine and beer are available on the Saturday, and there are even DIY workshops to seduce your inner-crafter.
December 14 & 15 at the Maritime Labour Centre