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Enjoy another outdoor edition of Live at the Gallery in Burnaby

Enjoy another outdoor edition of Live at the Gallery in Burnaby

Deer Lake Gallery is inviting everyone to drop by this weekend for another outdoor Live at the Gallery event. The gallery has announced the next outing in its live performance series: a Saturday, Aug. 15 event running from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Science World to reopen its doors on August 1

Science World to reopen its doors on August 1

“We look forward to welcoming our community back to the iconic dome."
Burnaby Village is open again - but don't expect a carousel ride

Burnaby Village is open again - but don't expect a carousel ride

One of Burnaby’s favourite family summer destinations is open again – but it’s not quite business as usual. Burnaby Village Museum reopened on July 15 and is welcoming visitors for the rest of the summer (until Sept. 6).
Burnaby Art Gallery opens its doors again

Burnaby Art Gallery opens its doors again

Brad McMurray: Pedestrian is underway at the gallery until Aug. 23
Burnaby comic featured in new CBC Gem series

Burnaby comic featured in new CBC Gem series

A Burnaby comic is one of 12 Canadian performers featured in a new original comedy series on CBC Gem. The New Wave of Standup launched on the free streaming service on Friday, July 17.
Burnaby Arts Council offers live music, painting this weekend

Burnaby Arts Council offers live music, painting this weekend

Deer Lake Gallery has two scheduled outdoor events on Saturday as the arts council charts a new course in a COVID-19 world
Burnaby's Arts Alive exhibition goes virtual for 2020

Burnaby's Arts Alive exhibition goes virtual for 2020

School district, Burnaby Art Gallery have been teaming up to offer a student exhibition for the past 38 years - and they weren't about to let COVID-19 stop this year's edition
Burnaby filmmaker's doc launches for National Indigenous Peoples Day

Burnaby filmmaker's doc launches for National Indigenous Peoples Day

A Haida filmmaker from Burnaby will have a short film launching online in connection with National Indigenous Peoples Day June 21. Christopher Auchter’s documentary Now Is The Time will go live on the National Film Board’s website on June 21.
Burnaby arts groups have more time to apply for regional grants

Burnaby arts groups have more time to apply for regional grants

Arts and culture organizations that need a helping hand in these challenging times have one more place to turn.
Comics offer virtual show in support of this Burnaby restaurant

Comics offer virtual show in support of this Burnaby restaurant

Life is Still Funny: Comedy for Cozmos will serve up a night of stand-up comedy online to help a local eatery weather the COVID-19 crisis