Clip from Madrona Gallery Website
Dates: June 13 th to
Location: Madrona Gallery at 606
Madrona has picked their 10
th Anniversary to
re-open after their closure due to Covid-19.
They will be featuring new works from their long standing
artists including Meghan Hildebrand, Clayton Anderson, Morgana Wallace,
Nicholas Bott, and many other.
On top of the new featured pieces some important historic
Canadian works will be on display to mark the occasion.
Pedestrian Zone by Andrew Bowden via Flickr
Dates: June 8 th to
October 31 st
Location: Government from Fort
St. to View St.
Part of Government Street will be car free starting today
until the fall.
The hope is to bring more pedestrian traffic through the
downtown to some of the re-opened shops and businesses. The initiative will
also let businesses open up more into the street for better social distancing.
After October 31
st the city councilor’s wills reassess the project.
Drive In Nights by Thomas Hawk
Dates: June 4 th to 6 th
Lot 10 at University of Victoria
Drive in movie theatre is opening on the University of
Victoria for three nights. Films will be shown on a 40-foot screen with space
for 50 vehicles. The three films this weekend are Hook, The Life Aquatic and
The Breakfast Club.
Later dates will be announced for the next three films Cool
Running, Dirty Dancy and The Fifth Element.
RMBC First Peoples 012 by Blake Handley
Dates: June 2 nd @
12:00pm to 12:30pm
Location: Online Zoom link
Join the collection manager, Brian Seymour, navigate and
search through the vast Indigenous Collection in the Royal BC Museum and BC
Before joining this fascinating webinar you can view the
recommended resources such as First Nations Genealogical research, First
Nations Research Guide and Indigenous Vital Event.
Dates: June 19 th @
Seniors/Vulnerable: 10:00am; Everyone: 11:00am
Location: Royal BC Museum at 675
The museum is starting their phased re-opening plan with
newly implemented timed ticketed entry. This will mean each visitor will need
to book an admission time to avoid crowds and lines forming.
*10-11am reserved for seniors, vulnerable people & first responders* Saturday to Tuesday & Thursday: 10:00am to 6:00pm Friday: 10:00am-8:00pm
CLOSED Wednesday for extra cleaning
Exhibits phased opening:
June 19 th: includes the Wildlife
Photographer of the Year and Natural History galleries. August 1 st the First Peoples gallery
will open September 7 th the Becoming BC gallery
will open. Please note IMAX Victoria will remain closed until phase three as
per the provinces’ Restart plan.
IMAX Victoria will remain closed until phase three of the
province’s Restart plan.
Knots at Maritime Museum of BC by Sam Beebe
Location: Maritime Museum of British Columbia at 634
Visit the Maritime Museum’s virtual programs, exhibits and
participate in their online programs.
During this monumental time in our history they are
gathering individual’s stories of this time in our life for those who want to
Just before the Pandemic the city of Langford and the
Maritime Museum announced the planning of the Pacific Maritime Centre. See the
website for more information on the plans.
Royal Scot Door
In need of a staycation? Or perhaps a night away from the family?
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Billiard-balls by tom.mendalka
Dates: Tuesday to Saturday @
2:00pm to Midnight
Location: Peacocks Billiards at 1175
With all of the great work locals and visitors have done
with physical distancing we are now in phase 2 of the British Columbia Covid-19
public safety plan.
Now that we are in this phase some businesses are opening
back up including Peacocks Billiards. With added safety precautions you can once
again enjoy a game of pool with some food and drinks!
Fan Tan Alley by Cameron
Learn some of Victoria’s interesting history out in the
streets. The four self-guided tours Law and Order, Haunted Victoria, Mysterious
Chinatown and Rollicking Boomtown were all created to share some of our city’s
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria by Joe Mabel
Dates: May 19 th @
10:00am to 5:00pm
Location: Art Gallery of Greater
Victoria at 1040
After months of offering digital arts, part of “Field Trip:
Art Across Canada,” the building is re-opening the doors for the public to
They will be at reduced operating hours of Tuesday &
Wednesday 10:00am-5:00pm & Thursday 10:00am-9:00pm as well as certain
safety measures need to be followed so see their website for details.
Go, take in the modern contemporary art and explore.