Galentine’s Day has come and gone, so we’re looking for new ways to celebrate fierce females this month as it’s International Women’s Day on March 8.
Several businesses in Vancouver have crafted some delicious ways to celebrate International Women’s Day either before, on, or after March 8, so be sure to check them out and enjoy these limited-time exclusive offerings while you can.
Here are three delicious ways to celebrate International Women’s Day in Vancouver.
In honour of International Women’s Day, Enhance Arts Aesthetics & Spa and Faubourg Bakery have teamed up to offer a limited-edition High Tea Spa Package. Guests who book into the spa for the International Women’s Day package will get to devour a menu of sweet and savoury bites along with tea from Faubourg after their treatments. This collab is available from March 8 to 31.
Two of Vancouver’s notable hospitality industry leaders Sabrine Dhaliwal (The Chickadee Room, Juke) and Amber Bruce (Keefer Bar & Yard) have launched an exclusive series of four virtual talks and seminars hosted by female experts across the health and wellness, finance, and food and beverage industries. These events take place on March 7, and while registration is free, a suggested donation of $20 per session will go directly to the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre if you choose to chip in. Food-focused seminars include an Afrocentric plant-based cooking class with Asha Wheeldon, founder of Kula Kitchen.
Coho Collective has released a new hyper-local Women-Led Box ahead of International Women’s Day, and it features 10 awesome small-batch food products and handcrafted goods. Folks can order these boxes at the Coho Market online shop for pick-up or delivery for $79.