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Events and shows

Main St Farmer's Market

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Main St Farmer's Market, 1100 Station St, , Vancouver

Located just steps from Main St – Science World Skytrain Station at Main & Terminal, this convenient Wednesday farmers market is ideal for local food fans seeking an easy shop on their commute. Over 85% of the vendors at Main Street Station are primary producers offering an excellent mix of fresh and organic produce, meat, eggs, poultry, and seafood, handmade cheeses and dairy, and local honey. Add to that some excellent artisanal breads and ready-to-eat foods, and you’ve got everything you need to make dinner as soon as you get home!

Downtown Farmer's Market

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Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, 688 Hamilton St. at Georgia St., Vancouver

Shop fresh every Thursday at Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza with 30+ farms & producers – your weekly source for the finest and freshest quality seasonal fruits & vegetables, ethically raised meat, poultry, eggs & dairy, sustainable seafood, artisanal food & craft, and local craft beer, wine & spirits.

Downtown Farmer's Market

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Downtown Farmer's Market, Georgia & Hamilton "Queen Elizabeth Plaza", Vancouver

Shop fresh every Thursday at Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza with 30+ farms & producers – your weekly source for the finest and freshest quality seasonal fruits & vegetables, ethically raised meat, poultry, eggs & dairy, sustainable seafood, artisanal food & craft, and local craft beer, wine & spirits.

Trout Lake Market

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Trout Lake Farmers Market, Lakewood Drive and 13th Avenue, Vancouver

This is where you’ll find the vendors who have been doing it since the beginning; what started as 14 farmers ‘squatting’ at the Croatian Cultural Centre back in 1995 has grown into Vancouver’s most well-known and beloved market. Visitors come from near and far to sample artisan breads & preserves, stock up on free-range and organic eggs & meats, get the freshest, hard-to-find heirloom vegetables and taste the first Okanagan cherries and peaches of the season.

Come meet your friends and neighbours, pick up supplies for a picnic by the lake, or just rub shoulders with farmers who care about the future of the land as much as the food they put on your plate.

Kitsilano Market

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Kitsilano Farmer's Market, 2690 Larch Street at 10th Avenue, Parking Lot of Kitsilano Community Centre, Vancouver

Each week the parking lot of Kits Community Centre fills with organic and conventional product, meat, cheese, seafood and plants as well as tasty baked goods, beautiful crafts and musical entertainment by local musicians. Kids can enjoy the playground and waterpark nearby and parents will find the best selection of organic produce around. Hot coffee and hot food available on site each week.

Main St Farmer's Market

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Main St Farmer's Market, 1100 Station St, , Vancouver

Located just steps from Main St – Science World Skytrain Station at Main & Terminal, this convenient Wednesday farmers market is ideal for local food fans seeking an easy shop on their commute. Over 85% of the vendors at Main Street Station are primary producers offering an excellent mix of fresh and organic produce, meat, eggs, poultry, and seafood, handmade cheeses and dairy, and local honey. Add to that some excellent artisanal breads and ready-to-eat foods, and you’ve got everything you need to make dinner as soon as you get home!

Steveston Folk Guild

Steveston Folk Guild, Britannia Shipyard, 5180 Westwater Drive, Steveston BC

Late in 1999 Dave McArthur, a Steveston resident, Richmond realtor and musician, had an idea for starting up a Folk Club. Now in year eighteen, the Guild is attracting performers from as far away as Toronto, Vancouver Island. Richmond Maine, and even San Francisco. Such high calibre performers attract a fullhouse every month - clear evidence of how many "folk" share Dave's love of music. Located in the historic Chinese Bunkhouse in the Britannia Shipyard site. (http://www.stevestonfolk.net/location.html)

Downtown Farmer's Market

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Downtown Farmer's Market, Georgia & Hamilton "Queen Elizabeth Plaza", Vancouver

Shop fresh every Thursday at Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza with 30+ farms & producers – your weekly source for the finest and freshest quality seasonal fruits & vegetables, ethically raised meat, poultry, eggs & dairy, sustainable seafood, artisanal food & craft, and local craft beer, wine & spirits.

Trout Lake Farmers Market

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Trout Lake Farmers Market, Lakewood Drive and 13th Avenue, Vancouver

This is where you’ll find the vendors who have been doing it since the beginning; what started as 14 farmers ‘squatting’ at the Croatian Cultural Centre back in 1995 has grown into Vancouver’s most well-known and beloved market. Visitors come from near and far to sample artisan breads & preserves, stock up on free-range and organic eggs & meats, get the freshest, hard-to-find heirloom vegetables and taste the first Okanagan cherries and peaches of the season.

Come meet your friends and neighbours, pick up supplies for a picnic by the lake, or just rub shoulders with farmers who care about the future of the land as much as the food they put on your plate.

Kitsilano Farmer's Market

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Kitsilano Farmer's Market, 2690 Larch Street at 10th Avenue, Parking Lot of Kitsilano Community Centre, Vancouver

Each week the parking lot of Kits Community Centre fills with organic and conventional product, meat, cheese, seafood and plants as well as tasty baked goods, beautiful crafts and musical entertainment by local musicians. Kids can enjoy the playground and waterpark nearby and parents will find the best selection of organic produce around. Hot coffee and hot food available on site each week.

Downtown Farmer's Market

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Downtown Farmer's Market, Georgia & Hamilton "Queen Elizabeth Plaza", Vancouver

Shop fresh every Thursday at Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza with 30+ farms & producers – your weekly source for the finest and freshest quality seasonal fruits & vegetables, ethically raised meat, poultry, eggs & dairy, sustainable seafood, artisanal food & craft, and local craft beer, wine & spirits.

Trout Lake Farmers Market

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Trout Lake Farmers Market, Lakewood Drive and 13th Avenue, Vancouver

This is where you’ll find the vendors who have been doing it since the beginning; what started as 14 farmers ‘squatting’ at the Croatian Cultural Centre back in 1995 has grown into Vancouver’s most well-known and beloved market. Visitors come from near and far to sample artisan breads & preserves, stock up on free-range and organic eggs & meats, get the freshest, hard-to-find heirloom vegetables and taste the first Okanagan cherries and peaches of the season.

Come meet your friends and neighbours, pick up supplies for a picnic by the lake, or just rub shoulders with farmers who care about the future of the land as much as the food they put on your plate.

Crossroads Coffee House

The Gathering Place, 1100 - 2253 Leigh Square, Port Coquitlam

Headlining for a great cause! "Since 1988 Crossroads Hospice Society has provided compassionate care to those affected by the end-of-life experience. We operate the Crossroads Inlet Centre Hospice in Port Moody and provide grief and bereavement support to the residents of Anmore, Belcarra, Coquitlam, Ioco, New Westminster, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody."

Kitsilano Farmer's Market

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Kitsilano Farmer's Market, 2690 Larch Street at 10th Avenue, Parking Lot of Kitsilano Community Centre, Vancouver

Each week the parking lot of Kits Community Centre fills with organic and conventional product, meat, cheese, seafood and plants as well as tasty baked goods, beautiful crafts and musical entertainment by local musicians. Kids can enjoy the playground and waterpark nearby and parents will find the best selection of organic produce around. Hot coffee and hot food available on site each week.

Trout Lake Farmers Market

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Trout Lake Farmers Market, Lakewood Drive and 13th Avenue, Vancouver

This is where you’ll find the vendors who have been doing it since the beginning; what started as 14 farmers ‘squatting’ at the Croatian Cultural Centre back in 1995 has grown into Vancouver’s most well-known and beloved market. Visitors come from near and far to sample artisan breads & preserves, stock up on free-range and organic eggs & meats, get the freshest, hard-to-find heirloom vegetables and taste the first Okanagan cherries and peaches of the season.

Come meet your friends and neighbours, pick up supplies for a picnic by the lake, or just rub shoulders with farmers who care about the future of the land as much as the food they put on your plate.

Reviews!

"Congratulations on a wonderful concert! 

Well polished, delightful, sound, thoughtful arrangements and well conceived solos all
complemented by the the beautifully blended vocals. Even better, the real strength of your compositions are your lyrics; I really enjoyed being transported into the stories you told- like a magic carpet ride. The metaphors were subtle yet powerful, too.

The singles you chose of other composers showed your influences yet you remained true in form, style and substance to your own creations. You both have a musical intelligence that rings through--for sure: your ability to remember lyrics while balancing precision, 
intonation and expression still blows me away." 

John Hudson, music educator