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October 8 at 7:30pm 

University of Victoria Farquhar Auditorium

Gather your friends and family for an energizing night of song in support of the Eldercare Foundation. Featuring Checo Tohomaso and the Victoria Sweet Soul Choir together with the Daniel Lapp Joy of Life Choir, this is sure to be an unforgettable evening of harmonized voices! Proceeds will fund valuable programs, like music therapy, for the hundreds of long-term care residents Eldercare supports.   


November 2, 2022 at 7:00pm

Royal Theatre

Dive in and celebrate the ocean with award-winning filmmaker and photographer Andy Mann as he details his transformation from climber to diver and tells the story of our rapidly changing planet, from top to bottom.

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Hidden hunger lives in your neighbourhood. Put hope back on the table with a donation to Backpack Buddies. Backpack Buddies helps to fill the weekend hunger gap - a time when children go without the support of school breakfast and lunch programs - by providing meals and snacks for the weekend directly to those who need them. Just $20 provides a hungry child with a backpack full of food. Give now at

Until October 3

Explore The Sidney Museum’s latest travelling exhibit The Little Black Dress: Fashionable Evolution & Societal Change. This show offers a fascinating look at how the LBD has evolved over the 20th century, and how this evolution has been mirrored by the changing roles of women in society.