The former Government Street Sunday Market - and its fantastic Farmers' Market - have moved to Bastion Square and Langley Street on Sundays. This well-known market features an eclectic mix of arts, crafts, imports, and entertainment. The Farmers' Market will feature farmers selling their locally grown produce and fruits; homemade breads, pastries, and tortillas; cheeses; preserves, chutneys, and relishes; free range eggs; and much more. The Sunday Market at Bastion Square opens Sunday, May 6, and will be open every Sunday but June 3rd, from 11 am - 4:30 pm. View details on their website.
Victoria artist Monique Genton explores the relationship of landscape and the built environment in four new works, rendered on plexiglass, featuring Victoria's mid-century architecture. This work celebrates a more recent aspect of Victoria's history while paying homage to an iconic period in architectural design. View details here.
One of the most popular and widely produced musicals of the last 30 years, Little Shop of Horrors follows the orphan Seymour's rise to fame, fortune and love through the care of a mysterious plant thirsty for blood. Little Shop is sure to feed your craving for classic musical theatre! View details on their website.
Enjoy the summer entertainment program as part of your general admission ticket -- no extra charge for lovely Saturday evenings fireworks accompanied by music. View details on their website.
Gentle walk and talk. To join the 'Sayward Hill' walk, meet at Lochside Park north of Cordova Bay Rd., past Mattick's Farm. A great way to meet people and get some exercise. Suitable for all walking abilities. Wear sturdy footwear and dress for weather. Sorry dogs not permitted.
For program details call 250-475-5408.
Steinbeck's iconic tale of two itinerant workers in depression-era California, Of Mice and Men is the heartbreaking story of friendship, dreams and sacrifice.
The profoundly moving story of George and Lennie - an unlikely pair caught in a world of relentless work and little promise - who dream of one day having a farm of their own and to live off the 'fat o' the land'. View the details on their website.
Dig those rainbow streamers out and wrap that feather boa around your neck, because Victoria Pride Week celebrations come to us July 1 - 8! There's Youth Pride Dance; the Big Gay Dog Walk; Pride and the Word; Drag Ball - Baseball and of course the much anticipated annual parade and festival, which features more than 100 vendors and new stage acts for all to enjoy. View details on their website.
Summer is literally in full bloom in Victoria, B.C. this season. A perfect time for an affordable getaway. Our quarterly newsletter is here just in time, with a calendar of fun upcoming events, past guest testimonials, and special promotions just for you. We are booking up but still have plenty of great dates available for your holiday, so book today! You deserve a holiday. Click here to view the newsletter.