Sasquatch Inn welcomes Rhythm and Cello!

The Sasquatch Inn

Join Rhythm and Cello at the Sasquatch Inn Dec 1st, which also happens to be their CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY! Live music kicks off around 7:30pm – get ready for a friendly mix of rock, folk, Latin, reggae and Celtic music on acoustic guitar and cello with vocal harmonies, to ease you into December.

Side view of the Sasquatch Inn
The Sasquatch Inn

Customer Appreciation Day

As a ‘thank you” to the world’s best customers, the venue invites you to enjoy some appies and a bevy on them!!

Don’t forget your Food Bank donation!

They will also be helping those less fortunate by collecting food and raising money for the food bank. For every non-perishable food item you donate, you will receive a ticket to win one of many prizes.

Tickets for prizes are available for purchase at $1 each – 50/50 draws too!!! We hope to see you there!

Learn more here:

Inclusive Cities Panel in Vancouver

Inclusive Cities – The New Urban Agenda: Lessons from the Habitat III Conference

Interested in inclusive cities and sustainable urban development? Miss the United Nations Habitat III Conference that took place in Quito in October? Enjoy live music? You can access the best of all this and more at Dudoc Vancouver on December 14, 2016, for a special panel presentation and reception. Co-hosted by the Netherlands Consulate in Vancouver, the evening will feature a speaker panel and audience discussion about the goals and impact of the New Urban Agenda that was established in Quito, and what it means for our communities.


Rhythm and Cello will provide the musical entertainment during the reception for this event, which includes drinks and light snacks, and the opportunity to network with local and international attendees who share a passion for building better urban communities. Prepare for some Latin, rolk and folk music to set the mood for a wonderful evening.


Bert Smolders, Manager, Shelter Program, UN-Habitat Arcadis CSR partnership, Netherlands
May So, Associate, Henriquez Partners Architects, Vancouver, Co-author of ‘Towards an Ethical Architecture’
Ellen Woodsworth, Chairperson Women Transforming Cities International Society, Former Vancouver City Councillor
Andrew Martin, Habitat III delegation member, UBC Masters Program School of Community and Regional Planning
Moderator: Frances Bula, journalist specializing in urban issues and city politics


Entrance is by donation, and you can register here!

Suggested donation is $5-10, with all proceeds being used for book donations to organizations supporting local low-income children.

For more information, contact