Granville Island is also known for its arts and culture and mainly, the textiles, food, and entertainment. Most of all types of textiles which include silk weaving, hat making, fiber art, handprints, etc. are available in this Canadian Island.
Similarly, in food, there is seafood, dry food, bakery products, beer, groceries and many more. And mainly in entertainment, they have the street play, dance, improv, theatre, writer fest and many more interesting cultural activities. All these three are organized well so that, the visitor enjoys it fully.
There are many regular events that are organized, first, theatresports is the stage where people come on stage to do theatre plays or improve comedy which is one of the most enjoyable events, secondly, farmer’s market, as the name implies to the sale of everything, from their seasonal produce to wine are kept and sold in farmer’s market on the Triangle Square, every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thirdly, let’s talk about Dancing on the Edge festival, in the name of celebration of the 30th anniversary of the show, we are offering audiences, a sneak peek into Canada’s most popular and longest running contemporary dance festival, by giving an opportunity to experience and engage with those extraordinary dances that unfold.