8 things to do at home this weekend in Vancouver (March 27-29)
Hello, Vancouver! Welcome to another roundup of the best things to do in the city this weekend. If you haven’t already discovered, these past few weeks have been extra fun for us. Why? Well, without our regularly scheduled programming, our picks can get weird.
Here are 8 things to do this weekend in Vancouver.
We don’t know about you, but our idea of a ‘home workout’ is 15 minutes of stretching followed by a glass of wine. Well, that gets a lot harder when you’re following along to a virtual workout. Check out the link to see our top picks in the city.
Do you know that Nat Geo actually has ‘adventurers and explorers’ on their payroll? While we wait for our job offer, we’re going to practice online using a pretty fun little Google Earth feature, which allows us to see some of the world’s best wildlife habitats.
Earlier this week, we wrote a guide to some off our favourite spots offering late night delivery services. Well, support local business and take advantage of these spots the next time you’re hankering for pizza at 1AM. We think that frequency is only going up.
You’re in luck, friend! Crave announced that they are extending their free trial to 30 days, up from 7. Know what that gives you? More than enough time to crush a couple of HBO Series. We’re always looking for bargains around these parts.
All we have to do is find someone with a car. That’s because one kind of movie theatre isn’t going anywhere- the drive-in theatre. If you haven’t been to the Twilight Drive-In, let us be the first to tell you now is as good as ever. It’s still open, but make sure you’re staying as safe as possible if you decide to go.
If you’re thinking that wine goes great with a healthy dinner, you’re absolutely right. Click the link above to see 5 different ways to support BC’s wine industry, from pop up wine bars doing delivery to wineries themselves offering free shipping.
Let’s face it, one of the biggest names of 2020 is going to be Tiger King. Learn about Joe Exotic on an absolute thrill ride of a docuseries, then check out the rest of our picks. (Yes, we have great taste, we know)
Each week, we’re realizing how important this is, so it’s sticking around. A lot of independent businesses are going to be under pretty intense financial stress for a while. So if you’ve got some spending money, support them. Order takeout/delivery, buy that shirt off Etsy, get a book delivered from a local store… whatever it is, your extra buck or two is more important than ever.
And that’s our roundup of the best things to do in Vancouver this weekend! Make sure you’re staying safe out there first and foremost! We can provide the entertainment.