Things To Do in Vancouver for Labour Day Weekend 2013
The Labour Day long weekend is considered the unofficial end of summer. Whether you are spending it with the kids, with friends or that someone special, there is something fun for everyone to do in Vancouver this Labour Day long weekend.
Here are a few of our favourite picks:
###1. Pacific National Exhibition (PNE) – The Fair
The Pacific National Exhibition (PNE), otherwise known as the Fair, was started in 1910 as a showcase of British Columbia to the rest of Canada and the world. It is the province’s largest annual ticketed event, running for 17 days beginning on the Friday two weeks before the Labour Day weekend.
Cost: $8 to $58.75
Friday, August 17th, 2013 to Monday, September 2nd, 2013
Hastings Park is conveniently located at the corner of Hastings Street and Renfrew Street
For more information, visit pne.ca.
###2. Fresh Air Cinema
Bring your blanket and lawn chair and enjoy a family friendly movie on a 3-storey high inflatable screen at UBC.
Monday, September 2nd, 2013
Approximately 9 pm
2329 West Mall
For more information, visit freshaircinema.ca.
###3. Victory Square Block Party
An afternoon of fundraising, bands, comedy, nature, random sprinkler attacks an music in an historic setting to end the summer of 2013. Featured bands include Slam Dunk, The Courtneys, Slow Learners, Jay Arner, Kristi Lane Sinclair, Young Braised, Cascadia, V Vecker Ensemble.
Sunday, September 1st, 2013
2 pm to 9 pm
150 West Hastings Street
For more information, visit victorysquare.net.