Man poster

Date: January 25th @ 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Location:  McPherson Playhouse at 3 Centennial Square

This contemporary dance performance Man is the understanding as man and human being is a project at the crossroads between two cultures. Through seriousness and humour, MAN portrays individual struggle for inner balance and unfolds as a dialogue between the Norwegian choreographer Solvi Edvardsen and the remarkable dance Sudesh Adhana.

Pacific Northwest Wine Dinner with Gray Monk Estate Vineyards

Pairing by Rod

Date: January 23rd @ 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Location:  Canoe BrewPub Marina & Restaurant at 450 Swift St.

This exclusive 4-course meal crafted by Chef Kyle Dampsy with wine pairings for each course courtesy of Gray Monk Estate Winery. Candace Vandemark from Gray Monk Estate Winery will guide guests through tasting notes for the evening.

Dine Around & Stay in Town Victoria

3rd Course; “Duck” by ulterior epicure

Date: January 25th to February 10th
Location:  Various Restaurants across Greater Victoria

Visitors and locals alike will experience the diverse culinary scene with special three course menus with set-prices throughout Victoria. Visitors or staycationers will have more options to stay with accommodations across the city at reduced prices.

Hjalmer Wenstob exhibition: For Ground; Background

Transfiguration: MFA Exhibition by Hjalmer Wenstob

Date: January 11th until February 16th
Location:  Victoria Art Council at 1800 Store St.

“An interdisciplinary artist who specializes in sculpture, installation and carving. He is Nuu-Chah-Hulth from the Tla-O-Qui-Aht First Nations on his father’s side, and Norwegian and English on his mother’s side. Hjalmer speaks of three dialects of his work – contemporary, traditional and community-based.”

Breathwork Basics 101

DSC_0336 by Lung Cancer Research Foundation

Date: January 16th @ 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Location:  MokSana Yoga Centre at 613 Pandora Ave

Led by Jeff Sorensen a 200+hr trained yoga instructor who has studied classical pranayama, contemporary breathing techniques, and currently training in cold water therapy and transformational breathwork for peak performance. Learn the basics of breathing techniques to improve your breathing for your life.

Live at Lunch: Exploring the Deep

expl0125 by NOAA Photo Library

Date: January 16th @ 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location:  Royal BC Museum at 675 Belleville St.

Part of a series of monthly talks the theme of this talk is BC Seamounts.

“Seamounts-underwater mountains that rise more than 1,000 metres (3,280 feet) from the seafloor – are offshore biodiversity hotspots.”

As little about these areas Fisheries and Oceans Canada, the Haida Nation, Oceana Canada and Ocean Networks Canada embarked on an expedition to explore the seamounts near the island of Haida Gwaii. Discover that they found and the role the Royal BC Museum plays in safeguarding these specimens.