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5 Things to do in and around Victoria today, Wednesday March 7th

Fairfield's most famous stretch of blossoms, Moss street usually bursts into bloom in March. (ItkasanImages)

Happy Wednesday!

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

43rd Annual Flower Count

What: The annual Flower Count in Greater Victoria is back for its 43rd edition. A light-hearted and fun-filled way to promote Greater Victoria’s mild climate and foster community spirit, the Flower Count brings together people of all ages to count flower blossoms in a friendly competition.
Flower counts can be submitted by the general public at FlowerCount.com.
Where: All over Victoria!
When:  March 7th – 14th
Cost:  Free!

Neon Nights Student Edition

What: Come Experience Neon Lights Student Edition!
2 Hours of Fun with Zero Hangover
The Neon Lights and Party Beats are sure to get the the building Bouncing
Where:  The Flying Squirrel
808 Viewfield Rd
When: 8 pm
Cost: $15

Community Yoga

What: Kaitlyn Ross will be hosting the weekly free yoga class. All you need to do is come down to the store with your mat; class if free but if you wish to leave a donation all proceeds will be going to Bear coast.
Where: Patagonia Victoria
616 Yates St
When: 6:30 pm
Cost: Free

Beer, Cheese, More Beer

What: One of they’re most popular events from past years will be even better this year — it will be less crowded and much more focused on cheese-and-beer pairings.
Where: Victoria Public Market
6 – 1701 Douglas St
When:  Either 7 pm OR 9 pm
Cost:  Get your ticket here!

Victoria Royals vs. Spokane Chiefs

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

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


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