#Vankiss Mistletoe is back

Are you feeling a little more romantic than usual?  It may be due to the mysterious mistletoe that has been popping up in various locations around Vancouver - all thanks to an anonymous artist group known as #VanKiss.

What started as a small effort of 10 red sign posts with bushels of mistletoe hanging from them has blossomed into a local Christmas tradition.  This year, there are more locations than ever to get your PDA fix with around 40 sign posts being put up across Vancouver.

They may be a bit hard to spot right away, as the sign posts are placed high above the street to offer a little surprise for unsuspecting lovebirds.  Reports of these mistletoe posts have been found in locations including: Yaletown, Denman Street, Davie Street, Robson Street, English Bay and others.

The only motivation behind this spontaneous art work is speading a little holiday season cheer ( and of course a little PDA).

If you don't have a friend, lover, or a dog to smooch with under the mistletoe, you can always just hang out under one and hope that someone comes your way - call it 'Mistletoe Matchmaker'.  If you come across a #VanKiss Mistletoe let us know where it's located. Let's get the word out.  Have fun!!

There's one right outside our building! Next time you're on the corner of Burrard and Canada Place with that special someone, remember to look up!  #spreadingholidaycheer #vankiss #vanconventions #vancouver A photo posted by Vancouver Convention Centre (@vanconventions) on Dec 3, 2015 at 3:09pm PST


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