Making Spirits Bright 2018

Making Spirits Bright 2018!

The Holidays are traditionally the busiest travel times of the year, with people heading back home to be with family, or off to a destination celebration. Join the VMC as we take you on a sentimental journey through this festive season, with stops at home with your loved ones, on to colder climes with ice and snow and winter sports, and then maybe drop in on the tropics for something exotic and warm. Whatever you celebrate and wherever you go, let us help get your Holiday Season underway!


Date: Dec 8, 9, 12, 13 & 14 – 8pm; matinees Dec 9 & 15 – 3pm
Venue: St. Paul’s Anglican Church – 1130 Jervis St. (map)


Patron Tickets

Available 10am on Oct 25, 2018 (online) (includes tax receipt, reserved seating, no line ups)

General Admission Tickets

Available 10am on Nov 1, 2018 (online) and from Scotiabank at Robson @ Bute

Making Spirits Bright 2018

Making Spirits Bright – Chilliwack, BC

We are delighted to be invited by the Chilliwack Arts & Cultural Centre Society and bring our concert on tour this November! We will be singing a selection of repertoire from our previous concerts, songs from our VMC songbook, and a sneak preview of our upcoming Making Spirits Bright 2018 concert, themed Christmas Vacation.


Date: Nov 25, 7:30pm
Venue: HUB International Theatre (map)


Adult: $35
Senior: $32
Youth: $30

We paid tribute to our lost friends at the AIDS Memorial with a short but sentimental ceremony, hosted by our Life Member, Brian Porter.

2018 Vancouver AIDS Walk

Thank you for joining us at the 2018 Vancouver AIDS Walk on Sun, Sep 23. We hope our songs kept your spirit high on this day of remembrance and celebration of life.

“We had set our goal this year a little lower due to the late start of our fund raising campaign,” said our AIDS Walk Team Captain, Phil Hughes, “but, in true VMC fashion we exceeded our target this year and even beat last years record. As of Monday morning we are standing at a total of $4,240.”

It is still not too late to contribute, so consider to donate online. Learn more about the history and impact of the Vancouver AIDS Walk by clicking here. See you next year at the AIDS Walk.

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