Vancouver Rowing Club

Nestled in Stanley Park, with an unbeatable view of Coal Harbour, the Vancouver Rowing Club is the perfect location for seminars, business retreats, lunches, weddings, cocktail receptions, or gala dinners. This heritage building was opened in 1911 and still maintains its original character. Just minutes from downtown, and with three different rooms within one venue, the Vancouver Rowing Club can provide for all your groups needs.

All of our three licensed rooms: the Harbour Room, Trophy Lounge and Carver Room offer balcony/deck access with some of the most spectacular views in Vancouver. All are available for rent throughout the week, and each provides a unique glimpse into our rich history.

The Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage

Originally built as a movie cinema, the newly renovated heritage venue presents live theatre productions. The Bruce Milley Lounge in the theatre can accommodate a maximum capacity of 40 people. To entertain your guests, the art deco atmosphere will surely create a nogslagia feel of a buzzing movie night in the 1930s.

Studeo 55

Studeo 55 is world class boutique health club with service and amenities to match. Our services above and beyond our private training include: full time concierge, laundry service, tower services, lunch delivery and private chef. Our amenities include: private change rooms, overnight locker, basketball court, squash court, indoor cycling studio, pilates studio, yoga studio, functional training studio, weight room, multi sports room and free parking.

The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts

Versatile and elegant, this multi-faceted facility is well suited for a variety of performances and events. Designed by the award winning firm of Bing Thom Architects, this unique venue is earning a glowing international reputation as a spectacular, medium sized venue for local and visiting arts groups and conference organizers.

Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Built in 1959 by the City of Vancouver, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre is the home of Vancouver Opera and Ballet British Columbia. The 70 foot wide proscenium arch stage is the perfect multi-purpose venue for Broadway shows, pop and rock concerts, opera and dance, as well as live broadcast gala award ceremonies and telethons.

The salon rooms are flexible and available for private-receptions, meetings etc..

Performance Works

Originally an old machine shop dating back to the 1920’s, the Barbara Dalrymple designed Performance Works opened at 1218 Cartwright Street on Granville Island in 1992 with a mandate to provide the arts community with a permanent rehearsal and performance venue. Owned by CMHC – Granville Island, and managed by the Granville Island Cultural Society, Performance Works is now a multifunctional, flexible black box theatre space fully booked year round with some of Vancouver’s most exciting performance events and productions.

Malkin Bowl

The Malkin Bowl (Marion Malkin Memorial Bowl). Outdoor theatre built in 1934 in Stanley Park, Vancouver, as a two-thirds-size replica of the Hollywood Bowl. W.H. Malkin, a former mayor, endowed it in memory of his wife. Designed as a band and orchestra shell, it opened 8 Jul 1934 with a performance by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, which gave many summer concerts at the site up to the 1950s. It became the home of TUTS in 1940. In 1952 the stage was modified to its present dimensions, 12.3 m wide at the front, 7.8 m wide at the rear, 13.8 m deep, 6.18 m high at the centre, and 5.1 m high at the sides. The surrounding grounds have accommodated up to 12,000 people. On 16 Jan 1982 there was a fire in the building, possibly the result of arson, but repairs were possible and in 1989 it remained the home of TUTS.

Vancouver Museum

The Vancouver Museum can be found in the picturesque grounds of Vanier Park, this one-of-a-kind museum is known for its distinctive dome-shaped rooftop resembling a woven basket hat. It is a great location to charm your guests with a splendid view of English Bay, rolling mountains and ocean water. The museum has several spaces to host any social affair. It can hold 100 – 200 people for a reception or 50 – 80 people for a sit-down dinner.

Vancouver Maritime Museum

Consider the Vancouver Maritime Museum when you are planning your next special event, seminar, reception or dinner. Our unique venue by the sea will provide the perfect location. Museum staff will work with your caterer’ and suppliers to ensure a successful event.

Our meeting room, outside terrace and our gallery spaces are available for rent. Your guests can tour the Museum’s exciting exhibits or explore the historic vessel, St Roch, the first ship to navigate the treacherous Northwest Passage in both directions.

Sunset Community Centre

The new Sunset Community Centre opened its doors to the public on Monday, December 17, 2007. The 30,000 sq ft stylish structure was designed by Bing Thom Architects and was built by Haebler Construction Ltd. at a cost of just over $12 million. Funding for the project came from the Government of Canada, the Province of British Columbia, the City of Vancouver, the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation and the Sunset Community Association.

The striking new facility, 20% larger than the old centre, boasts a uniquely curved roofline resembling a five-petaled flower when viewed from the air. Major programmable space includes a full-sized gymnasium featuring a hardwood floor and ceiling, two multipurpose rooms, a fitness centre, aerobics/dance room, arts and crafts room, youth room and two preschools. As well a new passive park space to the south of the building has been created.