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Thanksgiving 2016 in Vancouver

This weekend we will be celebrating Thanksgiving, have you made plans for the long weekend yet? We have some suggestions on what you can do for Thanksgiving 2016 in Vancouver.

 

  1. Harvest Haus

Catch the last weekend of Harvest Haus at Queen Elizabeth Plaza. This is the third year of this event and it can accommodate up to 1,000 individuals. Harvest Haus will close on Sunday 9th October, make sure you get your tickets before it is too late!

 

  1. Science World

Planning a visit to Science World? This weekend at Science World you will have the opportunity to meet scientists, researchers and other science-based professionals! Engage in activities and learn more about the professionals in the world of science. This opportunity is happening on October 8th and 9th from 10am to 6pm.

Thanksgiving 2016 in Vancouver

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  1. Potters House of Horrors

Looking for something spooktacular to do over Thanksgiving weekend, take a trip out to Potters House of Horrors in Surrey. Explore the two haunted houses that they have! Make sure you check out their website for ticket information and their opening hours, the Potter house of horrors is closed on Thanksgiving Day.

Thanksgiving 2016 in Vancouver

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  1. Turkey Trot

Get active over Thanksgiving weekend and take part in Granville Island’s 10km Turkey Trot run. The run starts at 8.30am on Monday, 10th of October and will start at Granville, Cartwright Street. The perfect opportunity to get your exercise in before enjoying your Thanksgiving meal. The kids 1.1km run will be held on Sunday, October 9th at noon. Check their website for full details of these runs.

Thanksgiving 2016 in Vancouver

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  1. Farmers Market

Head to one of the Farmers Markets over the weekend there is a number of markets on both Saturday and Sunday in and around Vancouver. Here are some markets you can check out West End Farmers Market, Trout Lake Farmers Market, Kitsilano Farmers Market, Mount Pleasant Farmers Market and Ambleside Farmers Market.  Many of these farmers markets run until mid-October so make sure you check them out before it’s too late!

 

Thanksgiving 2016 in Vancouver

We wish you and yours a happy Thanksgiving weekend.

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