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Mix of Six: Dec. 17 - 19

Metro picks this weekend's best events.

Bah! Humbug!

A new theatrical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol by SFU Woodward’s and Vancouver Moving Theatre at Fei and Milton Wong Experimental Theatre plays both Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $29 for adults and $19 for students. Visit sfuwoodwards.ca for details.

Dance for Food Bank

The Urban Beat Dance Company is holding swing dance lessons and dance performances to fundraise for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank.

The fundraiser runs Sunday from 8 p.m. until late at 927 Granville St. For more info visit urbanbeatdanceco.com.

Christmas in Kerrisdale

Kerrisdale is celebrating Christmas with fun activities such as free horse and carriage rides, Christmas quartets and Santa and his Elves.

The event, by the Kerrisdale Business Association runs Saturday and Sunday.

Visitors will enjoy free skating with live music at the Kerrsdale Arena. Visit kerrisdalevillage.com for more info.

Unsilent Night Vancouver

Join the 10th quirky Christmas parade of boom boxes through downtown on Sunday night.
Participators meet at Pacific Boulevard and Bidwell Street at 6:45 p.m.

The parade begins at 7 p.m. and will head through the West End. Organizers will provide the music. More info at unsilentnight.com

Breakfast with Santa

There are still chances to join this popular family event. It will be held at Kensington Community Centre on Saturday and at Kerrisdale Community Centre on Sunday. Booking in advance is necessary. Visit vancouver.ca/parks for detail.

Woodward’s Christmas Carol

Sing a song and break a world record. The first Woodward’s Christmas Carol will start noon Saturday at the Woodward’s Plaza, in front of SFU entrance (149 W Hasting St.) Opera singer Mark Donnelly will lead the carol. Visit woodwardsevents.blogspot.com for more info.

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