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Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Thursday, February 11, 2021

Friday, February 12, 2021

Saturday, February 13, 2021

Sunday, February 14, 2021

Week of February 15th to 21st

February 9-14 | February 15-21 | February 22-28

Monday, February 15, 2021

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Thursday, February 18, 2021

STAY SAFE & BE RESPONSIBLE!

Whatever you do, don’t forget to wear a mask in indoor public places, stay 6 feet away from other people, and hang out just with folk from within your household/bubble. Also, avoid non-essential travel, stay home if you aren’t feeling well, and support small local businesses as much as you can!

Friday, February 19, 2021

Saturday, February 20, 2021

Sunday, February 21, 2021

Week of February 22nd to 28th

February 9-14 | February 15-21 | February 22-28

Monday, February 22, 2021

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Thursday, February 25, 2021

Friday, February 26, 2021

Saturday, February 27, 2021

Sundy, February 28, 2021

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To see what’s happening next month, click March Calendar.

Other February Activities

The following events may also be happening in February of 2021, but with details to be confirmed.

Art, Music and Theatre

  • Soar Over Taiwan– FlyOver Canada at Canada Place features a new multi-sensory film where you can take a flying trip over Taiwan. (TBD)
  • PuSh Festival– an international performing arts festival. (TBD)
  • Vancouver TheatreSports– live improv theatre at 1502 Duranleau Street on Granville Island. (TBD)
  • Friday Night Live– live music, storytelling and a guest artist in North Vancouver at Lynn Valley United Church at 3201 Mountain Highway. (To be confirmed, but likely not happening.)
  • Jazz Vespers– on Sundays at 4 pm in the salons at St. Andrews-Wesley United Church at 1018 Nelson Street in Vancouver. Admission is by donation. (To be confirmed.)
  • Talking Stick Festival– a multi-day Indigenous arts festival. (In mid-February, but to be confirmed for 2021.)
  • Winter Jazz on Granville Island– free Jazz at Performance Works over the course of a few days. (TBC)
  • Hoobiyee– cultural celebrations of the Nisga’a Nation’s New Year with singing, dancing and other cultural activities at the PNE Forum. Free admission. (In late February, but to be confirmed in 2021.)
  • Coastal First Nations Dance Festival– a cultural event by the Dancers of Damelahamid in New Westminster. (It normally happens in late February and/or early March. In 2021 it’s a virtual event running from March 12 to 18.)
  • Family Favourites Movies– a kid-friendly film shows at select Cineplex theatres for just $2.99 on Saturday mornings at 11 am. (To be confirmed, but likely cancelled.)

Sports and Sport-Related Events

  • Vancouver Giants Hockey– against various teams at the Langley Events Centre. (TBD)
  • Vancouver Golf Expo– normally at the Tradex Centre in Abbotsford (but online as a virtual event in 2021 due to COVID-19).
  • Shred for the Cause Ladies Night– ladies ski for a minimum $15 donation at Mount Seymour on Mondays from 5:30 to 10 pm. (TBD)
  • Jam Over the City– Grouse Mountain hosts a virtual snowboarding competition from January 25 until February 15. Contestants can submit their entries via Instagram for a chance to win valuable prizes.
  • Skating at the Shipyards– free ice skating at the giant outdoor covered rink at Shipyard Commons in North Vancouver. (CANCELLED)
  • Robson Square Ice Skating– free skating at the corner of Robson and Howe. (CANCELLED)

Other Events

  • Whisky Global– a whisky-tasting event at the Rocky Mountaineer Station at 1755 Cottrell Street. (Not happening in February in 2021.)
  • Winter Wander– an event where you can visit the Museum of Vancouver, H.R. MacMillan Space Centre and Maritime Museum all for just $5 or so between 10 am and 5 pm. (On the first Saturday in February most years.) (TBD)
  • Vancouver Street Food City– a dozen or more food trucks fill the square outside the Vancouver Art Gallery on Georgia Street. (TBD)
  • Vancouver International Wine Festival– a wine festival featuring more than 150 wines from over a dozen different countries. (CANCELLED for 2021.)
  • Seniors Day at MOV– admission to the Museum of Vancouver is just $5 today for anyone age 65+ (on the first Tuesday of the month, but TBC for 2021).
  • Fan Expo Vancouver– a comic and superhero convention at the Vancouver Convention Centre. (Postponed to June in 2021.)
  • New Westminster Farmers Market– from 11 am until 3 pm in the 600 block of New Westminster’s Belmont Street. (Usually on Saturdays, but not in the 2020/21 season due to COVID-19.)
  • Beaty Nocturnal– the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at UBC is open by donation on the third Thursday from 5 to 8:30 pm. Guided tours are at 7 pm. (TBC)
  • 24 Hours of Winter– two days of non-stop skiing, boarding and other fun winter activities at Grouse Mountain. (TBC)
  • Maple Ridge Rock and Gem Show– an event featuring rocks, gems, stone carvings and an auction at Pitt Meadows Heritage Hall. Admission is by donation. (Not happening in February this year.)
  • Roedde House– admission to the historic museum in Vancouver’s West End is by donation on the last Friday of the month. (TBC).

Chinese New Year Events

  • Tibetan Lunar New Year Celebrations– at the Thrangu Buddhist Monastery at 8140 Number 5 Road in Richmond. Open to the public. (Note: No event is happening in 2021 due to COVID-19.)
  • Year of the Ox at Lansdowne Centre– Lunar New Year festivities usually take place at the Richmond shopping centre (but not in 2021 because of the pandemic).
  • New Year’s Eve at the Buddhist Temple– Chinese New Year’s Eve celebrations at one of the largest Buddhist temples in North America. Free admission and highly recommended.
  • New Year Celebrations at Aberdeen Mall– various Chinese New Year activities usually take place at the mall in Richmond. In 2021, because of COVID-19, there isn’t a large event with live entertainment. Between January 15th and February 28th, however, the mall has Chinese New Year-themed displays for people to enjoy.
  • Lion Dancing at River District– lion dancing and other activities take place at River District Vancouver in celebration of the Year of the Rat. It’s a free family-friendly event and everyone is welcome.
  • Vancouver Lunarfest– Lunar New Year-related activities outside the Vancouver Art Gallery and a couple of other venues. (The event features a number of virtual online activities as well as art displays in Jack Poole Plaza and outside the Vancouver Art Gallery from February 11th until the 28th.)
  • Lunar New Year at Wesbrook– Chinese New Year-themed activities happen in the village at UBC.

Top things to do in February

Below are some of the best things to do this month most years (although not in all cases in 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic).

  1. Take your sweetheart out on a date to one of Vancouver’s Best Restaurantsand/or somewhere inside to escape the rain and enjoy some of the Lower Mainland’s Best Entertainment.
  2. Check out theBest Things to do on Family Dayin Vancouver during the Family Day long weekend.
  3. Ski or do other winter sport activities at Whistler-BlackcombCypressGrouseor Mount Seymour.
  4. Take the kids swimming at a rec centre (like West Vancouver’s West Vancouver Aquatic Centre) or skating (like at Richmond’s Olympic Oval). Why? Because they are fun activities, affordable, and it’ll probably be dark and wet outside.
  5. Go for a walk or hike somewhere at one of Vancouver’s Best Parks and Places in Nature(so long as the weather isn’t miserable and you dress appropriately).
  6. Free ice skating at Robson Squareat the corner of Robson and Howe in downtown Vancouver, or at the Shipyardsin the Lower Lonsdale District of North Vancouver (weather and temperatures permitting). (Note: These activities are cancelled for 2021 due to COVID-19.)
  7. As it rains a lot in February (which it likely will), check out Vancouver’s Best Things to do on a Rainy Day.
  8. Celebrate the Chinese New Yearthe Year of the Ox begins on February 12. (Note: Most public activities are likely cancelled for 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Exact details, however, are to be confirmed.)

For more, check out Vancouver’s Best Places for Winter Activities.

Typical February Weather

February is a typical winter month in Vancouver – predictively cool, cloudy and wet.

Average high temperatures in February are around 8 degrees Celsius (or 46 F), and the lows are in the neighbourhood of about 1 (or 34 F).

February gets an average of about 125 mm of rain (or 5 inches). Some years though can be an exception, like in 2010 when it was warm, sunny and snowless around the time of the Olympics, and in 2015 when Vancouver was about 25 degrees warmer than many other parts of Canada.

Recommended Activities

Like January, February can be one of the best months for skiing or other outdoor recreational activities locally up at CypressSeymour and Grouse, or further afield up at Whistler. There is also skating at most community rec centres (so good places to go on rainy days), and free skating in downtown Vancouver at Robson Square at 800 Robson Street until the end of the month.

If you’re not into outdoor winter sports, then February is typically a good month for indoor activities. The Family Day Long Weekend can be an especially good day to be around and about as a tourist with the clan, with many of Vancouver’s top attractions offering special rates and activities.

Dine Out Vancouver Festival occurs during the last two weeks of January most years, but also usually the first weekend or couple of days in February too.