Guests are able to experience a selection of Victoria’s unique restaurants and purveyors of fine food and beverage. Interact with chefs, restaurateurs, mixologists, brewers and wine makers in our region.
Dates: March 21st @
7:30pm & March 22nd @ 2:00pm
Location: First Metropolitan United Church at 932 Balmoral Rd.
This ballet has three vignettes, inspired by Saint Exupery’s whimsical book this should be a great performance.
“Composed by Joseph Haydn, between 1797 and 1798, is considered to be one of Haydn’s masterpieces and greatest choral hit!” This oratorio celebrates the creation of the world, from chaos to Adam and Eve, in joyous, life-affirming music.
This revival event is happening again for the 5th time presented by the International Tea Appreciation Society. This year will feature a teapot museum showcasing over 27 different specialty teapots and gaiwan. This grassroots event focusses on tea making, stories and connection and encourages attendees to bring their own teacups.
Every second week the museum hosts these seaworthy topics over a cup of tea and refreshments. This week’s topic is naval medicine at sea with the museums, Public Engagement Intern, Sydney Fuhrman.
This roaring 20’s themed fundraiser is the Canadian College of Performing Arts largest fundraising event of the year. Accessories to complete your ensemble will be available before you enter into the Great Hall.
Join the community challenge and count all of the blossoms and flowers we have out in the Victoria area. Each municipality has their own friendly competition so make sure to count in the municipality lines for your count. This annual event shows our community pride and increases awareness to everyone why we are the “Gardens Capital of Canada.”
Dates: March 31st @
Location: Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre at 1925 Blanshard St.
Most people will recognize Mrs. Obama as the former First Lady for the United States but she also has been known as a role model and inspiration for women, families and others. The four key initiations Michelle led as First Lady were Let’s Move!, Joining Forces, Reach Higher and Let Girls Learn. With her best-selling memoir in 2018 still on the New York Times Best Sellers list she hasn’t left the spotlight even after moving out of the White House. This should be a motivational speech for everyone in the audience.
Dates: March 13th @
7:30pm & 14th @ 9:30pm
Location: Royal Theatre at 805 Broughton St.
For the first time Ballet BC is performing this Shakespeare classic set to Sergei Prokofiev’s original score. A popular pre-show chat will begin 45 minutes prior to curtain and available to all ticket holders.
From writing songs in a cabin in Northern Saskatchewan to collaborating with great songwriters like Royal Wood and Matthew Barber in Toronto, this group is making quite the name for themselves. Their playfully defiant lyrics and confident talk-back harmonies will empower and challenge the audience.