Vancouver’s monthly artisian market, Portobello West (1755 Cottrell Street @ Rocky Mountaineer Station), is celebrating their 50th market day on Sunday October 31, 2010. What better way to commemorate this milestone than by treating yourself with an afternon of shopping with your favorite local designers? In celebration of their 50th market day, Portobello West will be giving away 50 free membership cards to the first 50 attendees. These cards will get you free admission for a year plus various discounts from our fabulous vendors. Stop by for art, clothing, Jewelry, accessories and more, while supporting local talent. Admission is only $2 and the market is open from 12pm to 6pm.
Wink Beauty Lounge (67 East Cordova Street), the first boutique I got eyelash extensions at, is having their annual friends and family sale on Thursday October 28th from 5pm to …
Five fashion and beauty boutiques are collaborating together to bring you a combined warehouse sale with countless deals. Join Oliver + Lilly’s, LynnSteven, Violet Boutique, Eden Fashion Boutique and Kiss & Makeup this Friday and Saturday (October 29th and 30th) for a “Boutique Warehouse Sale with holy #$%& prices!” Sale is at 564 Beatty Street, right beside Chambar. Cash only. For more details, see the flyer below:
Brought to you by Tourism Vancouver and BC Hydro, over 60 Vancouver restaurants are “dimming the lights and dialing up the ambiance” for the 2nd annual Candlelight Conservation Dinner to raise awareness about energy conservation and the simple actions that can add up to make a big difference! Some of my favourite participating restaurants include: Cru, Las Margaritas (just went there for Mexican food last night!), Maurya Indian Cusine, One Hundred Days, Salt Tasting Room, Sanafir, The Refinery and SIP Resto Lounge. To make reservations, contact the participating restaurant of your choice.
Where can you find an event that combines learning about volunteer opportunities, a silent auction for local artwork, appetizers & drinks, all in a classy but relaxed environment? Timeraiser. In a nutshell, this annual art auction event encourages volunteerism towards non-profit activities by offering an opportunity to purchase artwork by pledging volunteer hours instead of money. With 12 months to complete your pledged volunteer hours, when you finally take home your piece of art, it becomes a reminder of your goodwill and experience with Timeraiser.