We’ve officially arrived at the last weekend of April. From a public market to a board game night, here are 10 things to do in Victoria this weekend.
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Things To Do In Victoria This Weekend
Friday, April 26
Charity | Bowl for Kids’ Sake
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Victoria is hosting their 7th Annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake fundraiser at Langford Lanes. Your team can bowl, eat pizza, win prizes, and enjoy a silent auction.
For six weeks in April and May, over nine thousand Victoria-area students of music, dance and dramatic arts are on stages throughout the city.
Admission starts at $8.
Saturday, April 27
Cider | Sea Cider Social
Cideries from across Western Canada and the PNW will be gathering this spring to celebrate the art of craft cider at Sea Cider.
Tickets start at $20.
Plants | Spring Plant Sale
Browse through a selection of unique plants, which are propagated from the gardens. Admission is by donation.
Race | SixPack SUP Race Series
The SixPack SUP Race Series is back for an exciting year of SUP racing on Vancouver Island. The Series is in its 5th season and 2019 is looking to be another great year. The SixPack will be part of the Canadian National SUP Race Championships in Sidney BC again.
The Drake Eatery will have 40 different beers being poured throughout the day. Admission is free.
Sunday, April 28
Market | Bastion Square Public Markets
The Bastion Square Public Markets is located in the heart of downtown Victoria. It’s open every Thursday and Sunday, featuring a mix of arts, crafts and imports, and entertainment.
Board games | The Singles Board Game Night
Step away from the screens, make new connections with eligible singles, and play some games with a bit of friendly competition!
Singing | Can You Feel The Love
Can You Feel The Love is an afternoon of a cappella singing at Dave Dunnet Community Theater at Oak Bay High School.
Admission is $20 per person.
Workshop | 19th Century Paper Dolls
Following an illustrated presentation by Textile Conservator and doll enthusiast Kjerstin Mackie, you will be assisted to create your own Victorian paper doll.
Admission is $20.