We’ve finally reached the last weekend of February.
From lego exhibitions to boat shows, here are 10 things to do in Victoria this weekend.
Things To Do In Victoria This Weekend
Friday, February 22
Sports | Vikes Games
Come out and cheer on your basketball, soccer, women’s field hockey, women’s rugby, swimming, cross country and track teams at various events.
Lego | Lego Exhibition
Dozens of Star Wars themed Lego models provide a special focus for this exciting exhibit, rounded out by hundreds of other Lego models including Hogwarts Castle and Lego model of the Bugatti Chiron automobile.
Flowers | Indoor Spring Prelude Garden
While the outdoor gardens sleep, the indoor gardens come to life. Step inside the Spring Prelude, and stroll along the flagstone pathways while breathing in the subtle fragrance of flowering shrubs and flowers.
Boats | Victoria Boat and Fishing Show
Canwest Productions is pleased to produce the largest and most successful Boat, Fishing & Outdoor Show on Vancouver Island to date! With their inside space jammed with new boats, products, and displays, they are focusing on bringing a bigger variety of exhibitors – with more product and specials that our attendees are asking for!
Saturday, February 23
Nature | Moss Landscapes of Vancouver Island
Join guest naturalist, Kem Luther, to discover the strange lives of mosses. Learn how to identify the most common species along the accessible Elsie King trail.
For its 6th year, the ‘Coldest Night of the Year’ walk will be coming to downtown Victoria. It’s a family-friendly event taking place on Saturday, February 23rd.
Last year, hundred of people came out to walk and raised more than $25,000!
Fundraiser | The Monopoly Affair
Cancer affects us all, but every one of us can make an impact in the fight against it. Come out on February 23rd to the Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort for a care-free night of wheeling and dealing to raise money to fund cutting edge research in the war against the disease and to improve the lives of those battling on the front lines.
Sunday, February 24
Join the O Cafe and Bistro every Wednesday and Sunday night for live music. Admission is free.
Join a CRD Regional Parks naturalist and Royal BC Museum scientists Heidi Gartner, Invertebrates Collection Manager, and Dr. Joel Gibson, Curator of Entomology, to learn about the fascinating world of invertebrate reproduction.
The Royal BC Museum suggests a $5 donation for their Fieldtripper programs.
Workshop | Sea Lantern Workshop
Get crafty at the Maritime Museum of British Columbia’s Sea Lantern Workshop! Their workshop leader will guide you through the process of transforming a simple mason jar into your own nautical themed “sea lantern” and share stories of some of British Columbia’s lighthouses that dot our coastal shoreline.