CANADA: A Lobsterfest in Edmonton, the Squamish Constellation Festival, a Pop-Up Market Promoting Kindness in Vancouver, and More

GLOBAL: PATRÓN Tequila, in collaboration with French glassmaker LALIQUE, has launched PATRÓN en LALIQUEL Serie 3 ahead of National Tequila Day on July 24. Only 299 bottles are available worldwide, and the exclusive tequila is available on BlockBar—the world’s first direct to consumer NFT marketplace for fine wine and spirits—as of today for $7,500. The limited-edition Serie 3 bottle is a crystal decanter representative of the agave plant and holds a blend of extra añejo tequila aged for up to eight years.

EDMONTON: The second annual CFB Edmonton Base Commander’s Lobsterfest takes place Aug. 20 at the Lamplighter Lounge starting at 5:30 p.m. The event welcomes guests over 18 to enjoy a steak and maritime lobster dinner with all the fixings, plus raffles, live entertainment courtesy of Glasgow Kiss Band, and dancing until midnight. Lobsterfest is being hosted by the Edmonton Garrison Military Family Resource Center (MFRC), and face coverings are mandatory inside while not consuming food or drink. Tickets are $70, non-refundable, and are available for purchase via Eventbrite and the MFRC’s website.

TORONTO: The Thompson Landry Gallery is showing The Fifth Season of Sylt in its Stone Distillery Gallery from July 21-Aug. 14. The exhibition transports guests into Sylt’s world to discover a fifth season and further explore their connection with nature. The Fifth Season of Sylt consists of both contemporary portraits and abstracted landscapes that depict the artist’s years spent in the forests of Quebec.

VANCOUVER: The Squamish Constellation Festival takes place July 22-24 at Hendrickson Field in Squamish. The festival—British Columbia’s largest zero-waste fest—will feature live music, interactive art experiences, food trucks, drink vendors, artisan shopping, and more. Guests can expect to hear from artists such as Yukon Blonde, Black Pistol Fire, Andy Shauf, Ocie Elliot, Jarvis Church, Out East, and Terra Lightfoot, just to name a few. Tickets are available on the Squamish Constellation Festival’s website starting at $160 for a general admission day pass and $315 for a general admission weekend pass.

The Act of Kindness Pop-Up Market takes over JIG SPACE Vancouver July 23-24 from 12-8 p.m. to spread kindness and positivity across the community with a weekend of local arts, crafts, and food vendors. Admission is by donation, and all proceeds will go to Elimin8Hate, an anti-racism advocacy organization striving for racial equity and inclusion for all Asian Canadians.

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