Wild B.C. Seafood Festival
Get a taste of local seafood at the Wild B.C. Seafood Festival in Steveston Harbour this Saturday from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. There’ll be cooking demonstrations by chefs from Tojo’s and Cibo Trattoria as well as the opportunity to buy seafood straight from the dock..

Langley International Festival
Embrace Vancouver’s multiculturalism at Langley’s International Festival this Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Willoughby Community Park on 7888-200 Street. There’ll be a parade, a dog show, and the chance to purchase various cultural paraphernalia.

Portobello West Market
Visit the Portobello West Market on Sunday and support local designers. You’ll get the chance to meet with some of the talented designers and purchase unique one-of-a-kind clothing. Admission is $2 at the Rocky Mountaineer Station from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Métis Dance
Enjoy a taste of Native American culture on Sunday at the Métis Dance at 2 p.m. in Ron Basford Park on Granville Island. This free show will include a variety of dances including unique waltzes and European reels.

Walking With Dinosaurs
The Rogers Arena show features 17 stomping and snarling dinosaurs including the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Stegosaurus. The largest, a 36-foot-tall Brachiosaurus, stretches 56 feet from nose to tail. The show runs until Sunday. For more information visit www.dinosaurlive.com.

Fair Trade Soccer
The Vancouver Whitecaps and the City of Surrey are teaming up with KidSport Canada for the first annual Fair Trade Soccer Match from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Tom Binnie field in Whalley. The Whitecaps and refugee youth will challenge players from the Surrey and Whalley Minor League All-Stars to a soccer match with a fair trade ball.