Canada Day and Victoria's Pride week are coming up quick! Here are a few ways to celebrate while maintaining physical distancing, yet still enjoying the festivities.
Category: Outdoor Activities
This Sunday, June 21 marks both Father's Day and National Indigenous Peoples Day. Celebrate the occasions with some quality time learning, reading, engaging, and exploring in downtown Victoria.
As Victoria continues to reopen with new safety measures in place, more small businesses are welcoming people back to their shops and services. Read about updates to transit, fun activities to do downtown, and how the City is planning on…
Shawn McKean of Broad St. Cycles is a fourth-generation Downtown Victoria business owner. In honour of #IWD2020, she highlights why equality for all and the relationships between people in this complex world are important aspects of a successful business.
The Downtown Victoria Business Association recently selected 16 deserving organizations to support through the Event Support Grants program. Read this post to find out which events were awarded funding.
Jakob and Joe Wiebe spend a lot of time exploring downtown Victoria. Together, this father and son take full advantage of all the excellent activities, eateries, and shops.
Jeff Bray, DVBA's executive director, writes a column for Victoria News. Read January's article about 2019 and where the organization is heading this year.
New Year's! What are your plans? If you're still on the fence, come join us at Lights of Wonder.
Winter magic is alive in downtown Victoria. Join us in Centennial Square December 20-January 4 and get into the holiday spirit with family and friends. The first-ever Lights of Wonder is coming to town!
Here are a few volunteer opportunities over the next five weeks! From Lights of Wonder Greeters to Gingerbread Ambassadors, there's something for everyone.