New Orford String Quartet at the Kay Meek Centre West Vancouver

In 2009, these like-minded musicians came together with a plan to revolutionize the concept of string quartet playing in Canada, bringing together four stars of the classical music field on a project-by-project basis: Jonathan Crow, violin; Andrew Wan, violin; Eric Nowlin, viola; and Brian Manker, cello. Since its creation, the New Orford Quartet has seen […]

Marion Bridge at the Kay Meek Centre West Vancouver

Showtimes: May 10th -26th 2018 at 7:30. Saturday matinees at 2:00 PM. A KAY MEEK + A Wing and a Prayer Presentation When three estranged sisters return home to Cape Breton to care for their dying mother, old conflicts and secrets resurface. Each woman, in their own way, attempts to reconcile their loneliness and what […]

Stephanie Nilles at the Kay Meek Centre West Vancouver

Chicago-born and New Orleans-based jazz, punk, barrelhouse pianist Stephanie Nilles has been doin’ New Orleans proud one bar at a time since 2008, hustling around the United States, Europe, and Canada, averaging 150 gigs a year, and captivating unsuspecting listeners with a voice that would make Jelly Roll Morton look orthodox and Ma Rainey look […]

Amir Miri – Royal Pacific Lions Gate Realty Ltd.

Amir is an expert negotiator with a commitment to incomparable service. His positive attitude is evident in more than just his smile, his track record lets you know that he makes his clients his top priority. Taking the time to fully understand his clients’ needs, Amir utilizes his expert negotiation skills to broker the best […]

The Best Brothers a Play at the Kay Meek Centre West Vancouver

By Daniel MacIvor When a free-spirited woman dies unexpectedly, her two middle-aged sons bicker over her funeral arrangements, her personal effects—and her feisty Italian Greyhound. Unearthing decades worth of buried rivalry, they ponder meaningful questions like “Who did she like best?” and “Who gets the dog?” An eccentric modern comedy by one of Canada’s most […]

2018 SOBC – North Shore Walkathon at the West Vancouver Seawall

The Walkathon is SOBC – North Shore’s biggest fundraiser each year. It is especially important, as it is the one in which our athletes take ownership and show their pride in our Local, describing exactly who we are and what we offer to your support networks. Walkathon participants collect donations from family, friends and community […]

Community Day at Ambleside Park West Vancouver

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Come down to Ambleside Park and enjoy a fun-filled day of festivities for the whole family! This annual event has activities for all ages including a parade, music & dance stages, food vendors, a kid’s zone and a community day lounge. Want to be involved with Community Day? Please visit our website at and complete the […]

Faces Places at the Kay Meek Centre West Vancouver

In Faces Places, 88-year-old nouvelle vague legend Agnès Varda teams up with 33-year-old French photographer and muralist JR to create an enchanting travelogue/road movie. Sharing a lifelong passion for images and the means by which they are created, displayed and shared, the duo hits the road to travel through France’s small villages, meeting locals, learning […]

Angst Documentary and Panel Discussion at the Kay Meek Centre West Vancouver

On April 25, 2018 the West Vancouver DPAC will hold a special screening of the documentary ANGST at Kay Meek Centre, to open up a dialogue between local families, community leaders and experts. This event features a viewing of the film, followed by an informative panel discussion with special guests from The Foundry, ABLE Developmental […]

Call Me by Your Name at the Kay Meek Centre West Vancouver

The latest from director Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash) explores the tentative relationship that blooms between Elio (Timothée Chalamet), a 17-year-old boy on the cusp of adulthood, and his professor father’s older research assistant Oliver (Armie Hammer), who joins the family at their vacation villa over the course of an Italian summer. […]