One of the nicest things about Vancouver Mini Maker Faire is that it runs the gamut from handcrafts to high tech, with all makers being accorded respect. There’s lots to see and do there this weekend.
Once you’ve made the most of Maker Faire, you can reward yourself with a cold brew at Vancouver Craft Beer Week’s Festival on Sunday.
Or you can just get in the mood for Italian Day on the Drive at The Rio. They’ve got a mini Italian film fest lined up in the week leading up to the big day.
Bard on the Beach is back, meaning that it’s well and truly summer. Their offerings this year include a steampunk-inflected version of The Comedy of Errors and a Jazz Age Love’s Labour’s Lost.
If it’s not sold out already, Vancouver’s Femme City Choir promises to put on a terrific show.
Or you can celebrate the oeuvre John Hughes with Hot Wet Art City.
If none of this seems exciting to you so far, maybe a Terminal City Rollergirls Double Header is more your speed.
There’s lots more going on, of course, but that gives you a starting point. There’s also a chance that I might kick back with a cool drink and admire the early summer flowers. They’re so fleeting, after all.
3 thoughts on “In the Early Summer”
Wow, those peonies look amazing, Teresa! Is that in your garden?
Those are in my mother’s garden. I so want to get some for mine next year.