Outside photo showing sun reflecting off of Inn at Laurel Point and water gardens

Here are some of the March Events taking place in Victoria.

 

At the Inn

AURA Restaurant
Open for Breakfast  7am – 11am
Coffee & Pastries  11am-11:30am
Lunch  11:30am-5pm
Happy Hour  2pm – 5pm
Dinner  5pm – 9pm
Sunday Brunch  (a La Carte)  11am-2pm

AURA First of the Month Sunday Brunch
Sunday March 5th    11am to 2pm
Bring your Sunday to a whole new level with our delectable Sunday Brunch. $37 Adults|$32 Seniors|$18 Kids aged 6-11|Under 5 free.

Dine Around & Stay in Town
February 17th to March 5th
AURA Restaurant Dinner 5pm to 9pm
Our Executive Chef Ito has created a wonderful
3-course $30 menu. Perfectly paired with fantastic BC wines and local craft beers.

Apprentice Dinner

Thursday March 9th
Chef Ito has paired the talents of his accomplished apprentices with his extraordinary culinary leaders.
Together, each chef & apprentice have created the recipes, tested the menus, and refined the flavours to create an exceptional four course dinner. Our promising sommeliers in training, have selected the perfect wines for each course and we are sure that you will be delighted!
Reservations Required


Around Victoria

Butchart Gardens-Spring Prelude
Daily 9am to 4pm
Watch spring bulbs come alive throughout the gardens and experience an incredible, fragrant indoor garden with flower cherries and beds of daffodils and tulips.

IMAX Victoria Film Festival
February 3rd to March 12th
6 great films on 1 giant screen.  Perfect for the whole family.

“Taking Off”
February 21st to March 12th
Belfry Theatre
Middle age is tricky territory for Minnie, especially in her relationships with her husband, her children and her female friends.

Tom Vickery & Trio
Wednesday March 1st, 8th and 15th   8pm
Hermann’s Jazz Club
Talented on both the trumpet and piano, Tom Vickery, along with his bassist and drummer, are regulars on the West Coast jazz scene.

Victoria Beer Week
March 3rd to 11th
A festival of highlighting a broad selection of BC craft breweries paired with Victoria artisan food vendors. Smaller tastings, seminars and micro-events happen at a variety of venues.

“Taking Leave”
March 3rd to 18th
Langham Court Theatre
A heartwarming and slightly comedic look at the value of living and dying through the eyes of Eliot Pryne who is struggling with the fading light of his mind.

Ballet Victoria: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
March 14th to 15th
Royal Theatre
Shakespeare’s wit and Mendelssohn’s playful score are transformed into a brilliant ballet where magic and humour light up the stage in this classic tale.

BC Legislative Assembly
Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm
Built by the young British architect Francis Rattenbury, BC’s majestic and historic parliament buildings are open year round for regular, complementary, guided tours. Tours are 30-45mins long and run frequently

Downtown Market at the Hudson
Monday to Saturday 10am to 6pm, Sunday 11am to 5pm
The Hudson market takes you back to an old-world style of shopping. Quality produce and small batch food products made from superior recipes make this a unique farmers’ market experience.

Fisherman’s Wharf
Opening for the season mid-March
The colourful houseboat village of Fisherman’s Wharf is interspersed with several outdoor restaurants serving up favourites like ice cream and fish ‘n’ chips.

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