Image of dancer Brandy Leary. Photo by Walter Lai.TORONTO: BREAK DANCE Status: Hit the floor—and ceiling What: The second installment of The Precipice Project, Anandam Dancetheatre’s Divergent Dances for Windows and Walls is a hybrid dance-aerial arts project choreographed for the walls and windows of the Bata Shoe Museum. When: July 24 to 28. Where: Bata Shoe Museum, 327 Bloor St. W. Buzzworthy notes: Defying gravity—as well as space, urban architecture, the usual interactive art installment—performers will showcase their sweet, post-mo dance moves and contemporary rope-based aerial work while telling stories, choreographed by the theatre’s artistic director, Brandy Leary. VANCOUVER: POP-UP SHOP Status: Weekend popover What: Vancouver's first happy hour-style Gather Pop-Up Shop, a three-day shopping and workshopping event for "urban socials". When: July 27 to 29. Where: 1 West Cordova St., Gastown. Buzzworthy notes: Featuring 25 local designers, creative workshops, a flash lounge and the PopCycle tour, an in-motion art installation of popsicles and neon bikes. A portion of the $3 admission will be donated to A Loving Spoonful, an organization providing meals to people living with HIV/AIDS in Greater Vancouver. Read on for more fashionable events, including the final days of a Vancouver art exhibit and a cool new beauty parlour in Calgary! CALGARY: SPA TIME Status: Indefinite bliss time What: One of the newest spas on the block, Calgary’s Butter Beauty Parlour opened its glass doors earlier this year. When: Now open. Where: 2429 4th St. SW, Calgary. Buzzworthy notes: A member of Calgary’s Hedkandi salon family, the new parlour is a hub for quick and pretty services with blowout and manicure stations, plus waxing, makeup and lash services. VANCOUVER: ART Status: Final weeks What: The Museum of Vancouver's collection of retro neon signs, compiled for the Neon Vancouver/Ugly Vancouver exhibit. When: Closes Aug. 12. Where: Museum of Vancouver, 1100 Chestnut St., Vancouver. Buzzworthy notes: Rescued from the junkyard, the big-city lights of the fifties, sixties and seventies-Vancouver are flashing once again. HALIFAX: SHOPPING Status: All-in-one lifestyle stop shop What: Evolution Lifestyle Market, Halifax’s newest culture, home couture, vintage décor and apothecary (got all that?) shop for local designer Robert Goldsworthy’s goods. When: Opened at Agricola's Creative Commons earlier this month. Where: 5775 Charles St., Halifax. Buzzworthy notes: The burgeoning North End neighbourhood will soon see the arrival of microbreweries, concept restaurants and loads of gluten-free, fair-trade coffee and fare. Hipsters to follow. Have an upcoming event you’d like us to feature? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org!