Victoria Canada Events

To mark Canada's 148th birthday, the City of Victoria is planning an annual family-friendly, multicultural event that includes a variety of events and activities for children, adults and youth of all ages and abilities. The festival is home to some of Canada's most innovative theatrical offerings, with a focus on art, music, dance, food and entertainment, as well as cultural events.

The event offers a variety of fun, including strawberry tea and strawberry tea, food trucks, live music and more.

As you'd expect from the port city, there's a host of events this year, including the Victoria Waterfront Festival and the annual Victoria River Festival. Sports events are also on the agenda for Victoria's annual events, and sporting events are also part of each year. Other Victoria festivals that can also attract the interest of many, be it the Victoria Film Festival, which takes place in February, or the Folkfest , a huge art spectacle in July. Art lovers are guaranteed to enjoy many other art and cultural events with a wide range of artists, music, dance, food and entertainment. The second week of November is full of beer and wine, but another popular summer event is the Victoria Shakespeare Festival!

It is a fun event for the whole family while you relax with a hot drink and take part in some winter activities such as snowshoeing, sledding, snowmobiling and snowboarding.

This fair in the park includes a variety of activities such as pole vault, horse riding and other activities. Victoria Day activities include a carnival, games, crafts, food trucks, a parade and more.

Topics of international interest offer members the opportunity to meet and discuss current events. Every year we also host "Go Global Canadians," an event held in partnership with the University of Victoria, bringing together students and more experienced members to discuss international career opportunities.

In addition to the above Victoria Day events, there are a number of other activities taking place over the long weekend, including a variety of events at the Victoria International Convention Centre and other events throughout the city. Boat enthusiasts who have made it to Victoria can try the annual Victoria Yacht Club Boat Show, which takes place over the weekend of July 4th, July 5th and July 6th. Other festivities include the Royal Canadian Navy's annual Canada Day Boat Race, and once again it's worth focusing on when you see such events as an opportunity for fun and enjoyment - loving activities for members and visitors alike.

The following calendar lists a number of festivals and events in Victoria, including the annual Canada Day Festival of the Victoria International Convention Centre, the annual Victoria Yacht Club Boat Show and many more. Victoria events in the 2021 calendar are a fun affair that can be added to your itinerary. British car shows at the event and VanDusen's car show at Victoria City Hall on July 5 and 6.

See what you have seen this month on the Lower Mainland and beyond in our July Events Calendar. See what we've seen # and see what's happened this year in Victoria and the rest of Greater Victoria in your calendar for this week.

The holiday commemorates the birth of the British Queen, who was born on 24 May 1819 and was first celebrated as Empire Day on the second Monday in March 1821. The following year it was renamed Commonwealth Day and moved to the third Monday in March, so that Monday, May 25, remained the only Victoria Day (the Queen's birthday). The statuesque holiday was accompanied by a procession and many activities in Victoria on May 24, 2021. This holiday falls in the same week as Canada Day, Canada's national day of commemoration for Queen Elizabeth II.

The show was originally scheduled to open on the second Monday in May 2019, but restrictions on who can open it have been relaxed.

Hundreds of British classic cars will be on display at the British Field Meet at VanDusen Garden, and many of the same cars will be taking part in the all-encompassing British Vancouver Whistler Run, which has also been postponed to 2020. Vancouver hosts a big event every year on the last Sunday in May, the Whistleblower Go Fest. It usually includes a variety of events, such as car shows, concerts, food, music and food trucks. Whistler 'Go Fest will take place on Saturday, May 26, 2019, at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

This year, when the parade takes place, it will pass through Fort Langley, from 8: 30 a.m. to 9 a.m., and end at Fortangley Community Park. The cars meet at 10 am at VanDusen Garden, at 7 pm there is a car show at the British Field Meet and at 7.45 pm a music and food truck event.

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