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Help restore the native habitat of Sooke's Ayum Creek Park with The Greater Victoria Green Team and The Land Conservancy. No experience necessary. Suitable for all ages. Gloves, tools and refreshments provided. Bring your gumboots or water shoes!
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Sooke Night Market is hosting a daytime outdoor Winter Market on Saturdays for four weeks starting November 14, 2020 at the Sooke Region Museum, 2070 Phillips Road.
Presented by the Sooke Lions Club. Unique local gifts made by talented southern Vancouver Island crafters.
Zoom concerts the 3rd Saturday of each month for an hour of open stage followed by featured performers.
Registration at 11:30am, swim at Noon. Hot chocolate served afterwards. Sponsored by our Otter Point Fire Association.
Sooke's one-day seed and local food growing event, showcasing seed and plant vendors, seed exchange table, educational displays and Kids Zone for a family-friendly event.
Watch the rubber ducks go streaming down the river — what a quacky whacky way to go. Registration at 11:30am. Ducks race at noon.
We make it, bake it or grow it! Seasonal local produce from the gardens of Sooke and locally made products and crafts. New vendors always welcome.
Founded in 2014, Sooke Night Market operates every Thursday evening at the Sooke Region Museum.
The annual Sooke Secret Gardens Tour is a major fundraiser for the Sooke Philharmonic Society and has always delighted gardening fans as it has evolved over the years.
Annual Canada Day celebrations held at the Sooke River Campground include live music, games, kids entertainment and fireworks.
The 11-day Sooke Fine Arts Show, running in late July each year since 1986 at the SEAPARC Arena, provides the opportunity for both well-known and emerging artists from Vancouver Island and BC's Coastal Islands to showcase their work. Over 9,000 annual visitors attend the art show from the Pacific Northwest, throughout BC and across Canada, to view 380+ artworks, watch artists demonstrations and talks, and enjoy local musicians.
FREE, family-friendly, music and arts festival held in the heart of Sooke on warm and sunny weekend each summer.
Established in 1913 and held in the historic Sooke Community Hall, residents young and old alike participate in and visit the Sooke Fall Fair for two days every September. Agricultural components include produce, flowers, baking, beer and wine, as well as arts and crafts and photography.
A family-friendly celebration of harvests, local foods and community. All things apple including apple pie auction, sales, kids activities, apple pressing and more.
Over 60 vendors and participants including fine arts, crafts, ceramics, jewelry, seasonal baking, local honey and preserves, and community groups displays.