Victoria Tea Festival Revival
February 9th 12pm – 4:30pm
Nootka Court, 633 Courtney St.
A whimsical grassroots farm-to-cup and community learning experience with lots of delicious tea tasting. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own teacup (BYOTc)!

Dine Around & Stay In Town
Until February 10th
Reward your taste buds with carefully crafted three-course dinners from some of Victoria’s finest restaurants. Enjoy three course dinner menus ranging from $20, $30, $40 or $50 per person.

Victoria Film Festival
February 1st – 10th
Various Venues
The festival that brings the world to Victoria’s door with over 120 films that have something for everyone.

Discover the Past: Walking History Tours
Saturdays and Sundays 10:30am and 2:00pm
Downtown Victoria (tour dependent)
Delve into the history of Downtown Victoria on a walking tour within Chinatown or the surrounding area. Tour admission $8-$35.

A Taste of Victoria Food Tours
Daily at 11:00am and 2:00pm
Victoria Public Market at the Hudson
Experience 6-8 tastings throughout Downtown Victoria as you discuss the history and quirks of this beautiful city with your guide. Tastings may include bread, olive oil, pierogis, meatballs, craft beer, chocolate, and much more! Two hour tour admission is $49.95.

IMAX Victoria Film Festival
January 18th – February 21st
6 great films on 1 giant screen.
The Dawn of IMAX Filmmaking
The Trolley
The Ultimate Wave Tahiti
Hearst Castle: Building the Dream
Volcanoes: The Fires of Creation
Backyard Wilderness

Be A Tourist In Your Hometown
February 22nd – 24th
Your pass gives you complimentary or reduced rate admission to many of Victoria’ top attractions all weekend long. $15 for 1 ticket/$25 for 2

The Giver
February 23rd – 24th
McPherson Playhouse
Based on the beloved Newbery Medal-winning novel by Lois Lowry, this remarkable story is recommended for ages 8 and up. Jonas lives in a carefully constructed community of “sameness,” where individuality is discouraged and feelings like pain, fear, and love do not exist. When Jonas turns 12 and begins training with The Giver, he discovers the contradictions of his supposedly perfect world and grows determined to regain power over his own destiny.

That Elusive Spark
February 27th – Mar 16
Langham Court Theatre
Phineas Gage was a construction foreman who miraculously survived an iron rod piercing his brain in 1848 (true story). Present-day neuropsychologist Helen Harlow, a direct descendant of the doctor who treated Phineas’ injury, expertly understands the human brain, yet her own remains a mystery. Their stories entwine, showing how far we have advanced scientifically and yet how little we still comprehend of how our own minds work.

Whose Live Anyway
February 28th at 8:00pm
Royal Theatre
It’s like Whose Line Anyway, only it’s Whose LIVE Anyway. Enjoy a completely improvised 90-minute show of games, scenes and songs that will tickle not only your funny bone but, every bone in your body. Bring your suggestions and you might be asked to join the cast onstage! Starring Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis, Joel Murray and Bob Derkach.

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