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on! Events Calendar

on! contains detailed information on current and upcoming arts, culture and heritage events taking place on Vancouver's North Shore.

Local artists and cultural organizations are invited to upload their event information to the on! calendar free of charge. For more information about submitting events, contact The Arts Office at 604 980-3559 or [email protected].


  • September 15 - November 17
    Hello Film Fans! The North Shore International Film Series kicks off its Fall season on September 15, 2020 with a screening of Mao’s Last Dancer at Cineplex Odeon Park and Tilford. The series will continue with the following films:
  • September 22 - November 17
    The North Vancouver Community Arts Council presents an exhibition by digital painter Simon Haiduk. His work explores photography combined with traditional and digital painting mediums to take on a grounded aspect of nature, merging the beauty of earthly landscapes with the lucid layering of subtle energy systems.

    District Library Gallery at the Lynn Valley Main Library
    Sept 22, 2020 – Nov 17, 2020
    Opening Reception: Saturday, Sept 25, 2:00-4:00pm
  • October 13 - December 01
    The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is proud to present soft pastoral nature and landscape photography by artist Karen Evans. And, one-of-a-kind funky works by clay artist Rona Hatherall.

    Opening Reception: Thursday, October 14, 6:30 - 8:30pm

  • October 28 - November 20
    The North Vancouver Community Arts Council presents Window Views, an exhibition of paintings showcasing the diverse works of 15 artists who have captured a mood or an emotional expression evoked from a window view.

    October 29 – November 20, 2020
    Opening Reception 7-9pm, Thursday, October 28, 2020
  • October 29 - December 31
    2010 Virtual Exhibit featuring 150 world class paintings and sculptures. Sales from the show will benefit wildlife and habitat conservation. Opens to public Friday, October 29, 2010. All pre-priced works will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis directly by the artist. An average of 15% of each sale will be donated directly to a conservation charity of the artist's choice.