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The Performing Arts Committee is pleased to host a two-part music lecture series presented by our illustrious music maestro Kevin Zakresky and featuring the keyboard works of JS Bach and Bach’s Goldberg Variations. This series will be particularly insightful to anyone planning to attend Sir Andras Schiff’s performance of the Goldberg Variations at the Chan Centre in March.
This event will be held in the Drawing Room.
UWCV Members $20+tax (for both lectures)
Guests $25+tax (for both lectures)
Please register through the office by Monday, March 9th.
This event is for members only and their guests.
Get together with your Hycroft friends or your guests and enjoy a fantastic sit-down brunch!
Pork & herb sausage, scrambled eggs, sauté potatoes, muffin, toast and fruit cup, tea/coffee. You can also order mimosa for only $10/glass.
NOTE: If you have any dietary restrictions, please let the office know upon registration.
Brunch will be served in the Dining Room.
Please register with the office by Monday, March 16th.
UWCV Members $20+tax.
Members guests $25+tax.
*Please, note service is not included.
This event is only for UWCV members and their guests.Find out more »
Start your day with a good cup, tasty refreshments, and great conversation!
Inspired by the German word Klatch, which describes casual social gatherings for refreshments and informal conversation, this weekly drop-in will be held in the Oak Room and is free for all members to attend.
Sponsored by the Membership Committee.
This event is only for UWCV members.
The Program Committee is pleased to offer a winter health series. Join us in welcoming back three of the health professionals as they speak on three essential health topics!
This is an opportunity to get a private tour of the BC Cancer Genome Sciences Centre Research Department. It provides a province-wide cancer control program for the residents of British Columbia. It will be an hour-long tour of the facilities. It is located at 675 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver. Tour groups of 15 people per Host. Carpool at Hycroft at 10:30 am or meet at the research centre at 10:45 am. The address is 570 W 7th Avenue B.C. The phone is 604-707-5900 Parking close by.
Optional Lunch at Hycroft at 12:30 pm.
Please register through the office by Tuesday, March 16th.
This event is only for members and their guests. POSTPONED!
Talk Title: Maximilen Robespierre: Madman or Modern
Craig Keating has taught in the Department of History at Langara College since 1992. He received his Ph. D. in European and French history from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. At Langara, he teaches a wide variety of European and world history survey courses, and he has developed a variety of specialized courses in the history of the environment, the history of the 1960s, and the history of the modern Middle East. When not teaching, Craig has been deeply involved in his community. From 1999 to 2018, he was elected to North Vancouver City Council, and since 2013, he has served as the President of the BC NDP. When not working, Craig enjoys building cabins and enjoying the outdoors. He has built several cabins in remote locations around BC.
Please register with the office by Friday, March 13th.
This event is only for members and their guests.
This event has been postponed until further notice.
All members are invited to attend The University Women's Club of Vancouver's general meeting, which will be held in the Ballroom.
1:00 pm - Light Lunch - Soup and assorted sandwiches ($12+tax+service) - Lunch has been cancelled.
2:00 pm - Meeting in the Ballroom.
Please register with the office by Thursday, March 26th.
Please note, this is event has been postponed.
Join us for a delicious plated 3-course dinner with fellow members, friends, and family! No cooking, washing, or cleaning up the mess. Just enjoy!
Starter: Leek & Potato Veloute, chive dumplings;
Dinner: Roasted Breast of Chicken stuffed with a mushroom farce, fondant potato, creamed leeks, red wine jus;
Dessert: Crème Brûlée ‘Dulce de leche’ pistachio shortbread and Coffee or Tea.
UWCV Members $30+tax
Register with the office no later than Thursday, March 26th!
Sorry, this event has been cancelled until further notice.Find out more »
Chinatown Through a Wide Lens: The Hidden Photographs of Yucho Chow
Vancouver’s first and most prolific Chinese photographer, Yucho Chow, operated a commercial studio in the heart of Chinatown from 1907–1949. He chronicled life during a tumultuous and transformative time in Canadian history and captured the faces of early marginalized communities including South Asians, Black Canadians, Indigenous residents, mixed-race families and Eastern European immigrants. For some communities, he was the only photographer willing to take their portraits. Sadly, his negatives – and the individual stories and history they chronicled – were all discarded when his studio closed. Chinatown curator Catherine Clement spent over eight years uncovering Yucho Chow’s photographs – one family at a time, one photo at a time, one story at a time.
UWCV Members & students $10
Members Guests $15
Tickets will be sold at the door (cash only).
Please register with the office by Friday, March 27th.
Please note this event has been cancelled until further notice.Find out more »
Dear VCPS Subscribers,
Although we are unable to gather for our usual chamber music concert at Hycroft on April 1st, we will be able to invite you to enjoy us through a streamed digital process.
At 10:30 a.m. on April 1, 2020:
Go to https://www.facebook.com/VancouverChamberPlayers/
Scroll down to the Livestream Event and click on the link
Talk Title: Ariosto's Orlando: The Knight Mad with Love
Kina Caviocchioli came to Canada as a graduate student from the UK more than 20 years ago. Her plan was to spend three years at UBC, complete a Ph.D. on Victorian Women's Ghost Stories, and have an adventure in the wilds of BC before going home to London. Instead, she fell in love with the West Coast and stayed. The Ph.D. on ghost stories remains hauntingly unfinished. In 2007 Kina joined the English Department at Langara College, where she teaches courses in everything from business writing to theatre history. She is currently the English Department Chair. When she isn't teaching, Kina writes poetry, fantasizes about becoming a stand-up comedian, and runs away to Tofino as often as possible.
Please register with the office by Friday, March 27th.
This event is only for UWCV members and their guests!
Please note this event is cancelled until further notice.