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Mark Your Calendar: Head to It’s Okay Bar for Wings, Wines and Good Times, Nov. 22

On November 22nd, It’s Okay Bar is hosting local wine importer, Anna Siradze (Siradze Selections Ltd.), for a Georgian wine pop-up. Nothing too wild – just natural wines, chicken wings, and good times…

If you aren’t familiar with natural wines from Georgia (aka the oldest winemaking region in the world) then you’re in good hands, since Siradze Selections’ portfolio focuses on “regenerative farming, minimal cellar intervention, and the preservation of Georgian traditional winemaking practices”, making this event part party and part history-lesson-in-a-glass.

Guests can expect to experience five different wines hitting five different flavour profiles…plus, It’s Okay’s Chef Jeff will sort you out with as many different chicken wing flavours, and two live DJs will provide the added ambience. Cool people, tasty things to sip and snack on, laid back vibes, and a cool space – not bad for a Wednesday night! The whole thing kicks off at 6pm and winds down at midnight. To lock in your spot, first RSVP here, before connecting with the team at [email protected] to confirm the details of your reservation.


It's Okay
Neighbourhood: Hastings Sunrise
2481 E Hastings St.

Wellness in Whistler: A Weekend Dive into Nourish

The Nourish Wellness Festival is on in Whistler until Sunday, June 23rd. Here’s a quick rundown of some highlights happening over the remaining weeks of the festival, along with our personal suggestions of where and how to flesh out your visit with extra good eats and activities.

Join Cafe Medina for Their One-Night-Only ‘Summer Crush’ Beer Dinner, June 13th

Although still a week out from Summer's 'official' advent, we think that there's certainly no harm done getting an early start calibrating yourself to the season by reacquainting your palate and stomach with some of its best flavours and ingredients.

New VIFF Series Celebrates a Vancouver Architecture Legend on the Big Screen

Curious to learn more about the correlation between film and our city's most famous figure in architecture? Get your answers by attending as many of the Erickson on Film programs as you can finagle.

Head to East Van for Some Community-Minded DIY Fun and Discussion, June 9th

For one-evening only, the James Black Gallery is hosting Vancouver-based art/community collective, Anartchists, for a punk-as-f*uck zine-making workshop in support of Palestine. You should definitely go!