rain gravity heat cold. nettle’s tale. shoe party. st. portside eve. st. patrick’s week festival. the new groovement. this week in gastown.
March 16th 5 to 7pm
50 Water Street
You are invited to celebrate the launch of rain gravity heat cold, a book documenting the work and design process of architecture firm superkül. Co-principal Meg Graham will deliver a presentation on the notion of craft, its greater meaning and the active role of the designer in shaping a sustainable future.
Please RSVP by filling out this form.
Vancouver based women’s swimwear line, Nettle’s Tale is now open on 330 West Cordova Street. One woman’s idea that went viral, the crowdfunded independent label has grown from online sales into a beautiful little brick & mortar in Gastown. Thoughfully designed and locally made, Nettle’s Tale is honest swimwear for the everyday woman.
Thursday March 14th 7pm
John Fluevog Shoes in collaboration with Centre A: the Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, will be hosting a fund raising Shoe Party. The colourful event will see 50% all shoe sales from the evening go towards funding Centre A’s free public programming and exhibitions.
The evening will be inspired by the popular Asian celebration of White Valentine’s Day with a lively DJ, themed drinks and delicious bites from local purveyors.
St Portside Eve Party
March 16th – 9pm
Join the gang on the eve of St Patrick’s Day for St Portside Eve Party presented by Savage Entertainment! Nothing beats a hangover like the hair of the dog !
Featuring great drink specials + DJ Zono & Drake
The Blarney Stone Week of The Irish
Why celebrate for a day when you can party all week?!
The Blarney Stone Gastown is kicking off St Patty’s Day (March 17th) with a whole week of fun and shenanigans! Festival events include: The Jameson Barrelman’s Feast – , The Story of Guinness – Pairing Dinner, Red Truck Presents Irish Trivia, St Patricks Day Eve Party and their St Patricks Day Festival. Tickets to all events can be purchased here.
Fri. March 17, 2017
Doors 8pm/Show 10pm
If The Roots had the soul of Aretha Franklin and the energy of Jamiroquai then you’d have The New Groovement. The band seamlessly blends elements of R&B, soul, and hip hop to create a funk-i-fied feast for the ears that is as unique as it is versatile. Punchy horns, sweet vocals, clever rhymes, and tight percussion combine to create energetic, feel-good music that will get you out of your seat and onto the dance floor!