Here are 5 things to do in and around Victoria today.

Socks For feet of The Street

What: With the cold, wet weather socks are needed for the feet of those on the street. The Rotary Club of Oak Bay is collecting socks between March 5th and March 9th. They can be left at Scotiabank, 2190 Oak Bay Avenue or give them to your friendly Rotarian.
The socks will be donated to Anawim House (a men’s facility) and Sandy Merriman House (a women’s facility)
When: March 5th – 9th
Cost:  By Donation

Book Launch! Being 2.0: On Culture, Belonging, and Identity

What: Being 2.0 is a book that explores the complexity of biculturalism and proposes an analysis of cultures, and how disconnection, as an inherent part of modern life, results in issues of identify, culture, and belonging.
Where: Fortune Gallery
537 Fisgard St
When: Starts at 5 pm

Victoria Royals vs. Spokane Chiefs

What: Come support your local Victoria Royals as they battle it out against the Spokane Chiefs.
Where: Save on Food Memorial Centre
1925 Blanshard St
When: Puck drops at 7:05 pm
Cost: Tickets cost between $14 – $28

Taco Tuesday

What: Last year they launched this new event celebrating Victoria’s delicious taco culture outdoors in the middle of a winter storm, and it was still a big hit! This year, they’ll be in the warm confines of the Victoria Public Market with even more taco-and-beer pairings to choose from.
Where: Victoria Public Market
6 – 1701 Douglas St
When: 7:30 pm – 10 pm
Cost: Get your tickets here!

Public Knitting Night

What: All are welcome whether you knit , crochet, quilt, weave etc. It may be tricky to fit a floor loom in the shop though, but will applaud your efforts!
They also have a selection of yarns graciously donated to the shop by customers, if you are finding fibre arts cost prohibitive.
Where: Hide + Seek Coffee
2207 Oak Bay Ave
When: 7 pm – 9:30 pm

For more things to do, check out our events page!

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