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Victoria is unique because it is a lively town on the easily accessible island. There is a vibrant community filled with established families, but also youth flocking into the local university. This means this city is always up to a variety of things for its various citizens! Here are two to sample that might actually connect all demographics together.
On September 14, 2019 head on over to the Gordon Head Recreation Centre and Lambrick Park from 5 PM to 8 PM. This event celebrates the Asian culture appreciation of the lantern. Celebrations include traditional dances put on by some community groups. The evening fully entails some lantern-making workshops, musical performances, tea, mooncakes (yum), and of course a lantern procession. Admission is free.
Are you ready for a downtown adventure? Have you always wanted to do some amazing-race style event? Well, game on! Join everyone at the UrbaCity Challenge. Grab your friends to build pairs or teams of four to compete in your own “choose your own adventure” challenges. However, do not forget that time is limited and you should still rush to complete as soon as possible. Admission ranges from $50 to $175, and all for a good cause! All fundraising pledges go to support Victoria’s Island Prostate Centre. The event starts at 9:00 AM and concludes at 3:00 PM over at Crystal Garden. Note: physical activity is a key portion of this event; be sure to check with the event planners about fitness requirements.
You can be assured that the rooms at the Days Inn Victoria on the Harbour will be filled with beds that suit your comfort needs. After your day and evening activities, be sure to remember that Belleville’s Diner is directly on-site at the hotel, meaning you get great grub only steps away from your room. Take a look at our room offerings today.