More Victoria Events

There’s lots of other events going on in Victoria during late-October spooky season. Check these out and add a few to your PCCing…


Friday, October 23, 2009 | 8pm – 11pm
Admission at the door: $12 | $10 (members)

Inspired by the current exhibition Vision into Reality: West Coast Modernism, this dynamic evening of music, art, cocktails and performance, will invite you to experience the creative vitality of the modernist period.

* Mix with friends in the mansion to the west coast post-electronic sounds of DJ Longshanks while enjoying specialty cocktails from Canoe Brewpub
* Mingle in the exhibition alongside the works of modernist pioneers such as Maxwell Bates, Herbet Siebner and Jack Shadbolt
* Muse on the spirit of the modernist period as local dancer/choreographer Leah Wickes responds to West Coast Modernism through movement and performance


1040 MOSS ST | 250.384.4101 | AGGV.BC.CA



Why is Victoria the most haunted place in British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest?  Join John Adams and his team of professional guides on Victoria’s famous ghost tours that explore the narrow alleys, historic courtyards and other spooky places where the echoes of hangings, murders and colourful events can still be heard and where ghosts can make their presence known at any time of the day or night.  Nightly at 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30, check website for downtown departure location on the date of your choice:

Sand Mandala: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and the Canada Tibet Committee are proud to be hosting the third visit of monks from the Gaden Jangtse Monastery in India as part of their tour to North America. For 23 days they will be sharing their knowledge of Buddhist traditions and teachings, performing ritual ceremonies and monastic dances and, most importantly, demonstrating their mystical art of creating sand Mandalas.
A sand Mandala, which is considered a magical and sacred realm, is a visual prayer…

Price: $12.00 (Senior/Student $10.00; Children 6-17 years $2.00; Free admission for children under 5 years.)
Dates: Oct 03, 2009 – Dec 06, 2009

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