Events

Vancouver / Lower Mainland & Vancouver Island Events

All Events for November, 2009

Showing 31 - 36 of 36 events.

Lecture: Postwar Modern Architecture with Dr. Christophe Thomas

South Vancouver Island

Thu. November 26th, 2009 7:30pm - 9:00pm

Lecture: Postwar Modern Architecture with Dr. Christophe Thomas.

Discover Dance! Rahma Haddad and Lynette Harper

BC Lower Mainland

Thu. November 26th, 2009 12:00pm - 1:00pm

The Dance Centre's popular Discover Dance! noon series continues with two of BC's most outstanding Middle Eastern dance exponents, cousins Rahma Haddad and Lynette Harper. In Bekaa Valley Girls: A Lebanese Saga, Haddad and Harper will explore their shared Lebanese roots and Arab-Canadian identities through dance and storytelling. More than one hundred years after their grandfathers escaped from Ottoman authorities, these two accomplished women found each other through a common love of Arab dance. Family narratives and performances of traditional and contemporary Arab dance will provide a personal and cultural context for understanding a dynamic dance form.

Uniquely Ugandan Fundraising Dinner

Nanaimo & North Vancouver Island

Thu. November 26th, 2009 5:30pm - 8:00pm

This dinner and slide show will give you a unique taste and feel for Ugandan culture while raising funds for a deserving Ugandan orphan's high school costs. (Peanuts used in the dinner.)

19th Annual Randerson Ridge Christmas Gift & Craft Fair

Nanaimo & North Vancouver Island

Fri. November 27th, 2009 & Sat. November 28th, 2009

Find the perfect Christmas gifts!

Great Ladies of Jazz

South Vancouver Island

Fri. November 27th, 2009 8:00pm - 10:00pm

An incredible evening of Jazz starring four of British Columbia's most recognized jazz divas. Join us for this extraordinary world premiere concert event.

Caring for First Nations Children Society Annual General Meeting

South Vancouver Island

Mon. November 30th, 2009 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Caring for First Nations Children Society is accepting applications for the Board of Directors from professional, lay or retired persons who would like to be involved with Aboriginal Child Welfare.

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