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Nice. That tends to be the first impression many people receive when they interact with their first Canadian. Canadians are nice. Canada is nice, but truthfully, Canada is so much more than that! Canada is beautiful, Canada is free, and most of all its citizens are nice and (of course) talented! If you haven’t received the hint yet, you can be sure to feel the Canadian pride bursting through the seems. Here are three events that are national-pride-inspired!
The Jon Miller Quartet is an exceptional team of musicians, all of which have a reputation as a local celebrity. Combining all their talents to be the Jon Miller Quartet, you can rest knowing each performance from this team is superb. Join them in their re-emergence on Saturday June 29, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Tickets are only $15!
On Monday, July 1, 2019 head on over to Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in Victoria to celebrate the nation’s birthday. At this event you can expect to celebrate one of the rocks of Canadian society: multiculturalism. Included in that is food, other fun activities, and many other highlights to Canadian history. Event activities start at noon and go until late into that evening.
If one day of celebration wasn’t enough, then you’re in for a treat. The Canada Day Penny Carnival comes to Victor from Monday, July 1 to Wednesday, July 3 of 2019. Not to worry: you won’t need to find any now out-of-commission pennies lying around in your house. They’ve got some for you to use. At this carnival you can participate in things like spoon races, beanbag tosses, and many other old-fashioned family-friendly activities.
Be sure to check in with the Days Inn Victoria on the Harbour to stay central to the rest of the festivities and activities. We pride ourselves in having the best rate in Victoria -- guaranteed! Our location is right in the downtown core of Victoria, making everything accessible and easy to navigate.