The Ouisi Bistro, Vancouver’s original New Orleans restaurant.
Sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty to find your happy ending! Armed with an outsize wit and a vivid imagination, precocious Matilda takes a stand to change her destiny. Even cruel parents and a hardened headmistress can’t get in her way.
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2245 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3G1
604 732 5353
Music to my eyes the sound you see - Petley Jones Gallery will exhibit music-themed art in all its forms. Celebrating music and its harmonious and historic relationship with visual art. This exhibition has something for everyone.
2247 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3G1
604 732 6505
June Online Auction - Folk Art: Works by Maud Lewis & Joe Norris / Fine Canadian Art, including a selection of works by Canadian contemporary, historical and folk artists. Artist such as Jack Shadbolt, Robert Genn, Toni Onley, Maxwell Bates, Lionel Lemoine FitzGerald, Nicholas de Grandmaison, Doris McCarthy, Maud Lewis, Joe Norris and many other Canadian artists.
2342 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3G3
604 738 1077
June Gallery Artists Group Show featuring works by artists Elyse Dodge and Krista Johnson. Plus join the Ian Tan Gallery for special ArtWalk activities scheduled from 10AM - 6PM throughout the day.
2423 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3G6
604 685 1934
Nick Sikkuark: A Celebration brings together 30 works in two-dimensional media and one sculpture by one of northern Canada’s most acclaimed artists. The second of two posthumous shows presented by MSG, the exhibition encompasses works drawn directly from the artist’s estate, including some of the last works he created.
2435 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3G5
604 736 5444
Group Show of New Works by Gallery Artists - Beatrix Syjuco, Reinhard Skoracki (sculpture), Marie-France Boisvert, Jane Bronsch, Chris Charlebois, Chris Langstroth, Marleen Vermeulen, Verna Vogel, Yared Nigussu, Dolf Vermeuelen (photography), Andy Wooldridge, and others.
3045 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3J9
604 733 7011
Nature Transformed: New Paintings by Gordon Wiens - Inspired by the imperfect beauty and impermanence of eroded or decaying objects found in nature, Wiens uses an intuitive approach to his layering of texture, colour, and form.
South Granville wasn’t short of fun. You could spend an evening with E. Earl Ellis at his Peter Pan Ballroom in the 1600 block of W. Broadway.
It’s hard to imagine today, but just west of Granville Street between 10th and 11th Avenues at the lane was the BC Hardwood Floor Co.
As soon as the streetcar line was extended south from Broadway, a number of modest apartment buildings began to appear along South Granville.
Safeway Stores started in Los Angeles a few years before World War One as the Sam Seelig Company. The modern Safeway was created when Seelig
In 1907 city council officially changed the name of the street from False Creek to the top of the hill at 9th Avenue to
Did you know 16th Ave was once the edge of Vancouver? When in April 1886 the City of Vancouver was formally established by an act of
Second Granville Bridge was a feat of engineering: The 1910 edition of the Engineer and Contractor extolled the virtues of the new bridge across
A strange name for a business, but the Rat Portage sawmill on False Creek was one of the largest operations in the city and took
In 1907 the city council officially changed the street from False Creek to the top of the hill at 9th Avenue to South Granville Street.
In between the shopping and the eating take a close look at South Granville’s street lights. Along with more modern poles there are a number
Before the Stanley, movies could be seen at the Fairview Theatre, later the Roxy, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues. The Fairview was demolished when
In 1885 Lachlan Hamilton made his way up the slope from False Creek to a spot next to a small ravine and creek where he
In 1939, South Granville was decorated with flags and streamers hung on the light standards from the bridge to 15th Avenue to welcome
For over 70 years, the Normandy was the popular spot at 2675 Granville Street to meet friends and grab a bite to eat. Simple, affordable