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Happy monday everyone, it’s the last day of April so let’s end this month in an amazing way!

Here are 5 things happening in and around Victoria today!

Monday Open Mic

What: Want to watch comedy?
Come out to see some of the best professional and amateur comedians on the Island!
Want to try comedy?
All you have to do is show up by 7:30pm and put your name on the list!
Where: Hecklers Comedy Club
123 Gorge Rd East
When: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Cost: $5 at the door!

Emergency Preparedness Parent Workshop – After the Disaster

What: Come for an informative workshop on emergency preparedness for your family for after the emergency. Because it isn’t a matter of if but when, unfortunately! Topics will include:School Emergency Plans, how to find and reunite your family, personal and family preparedness
Marketa Lund will be sharing information on getting your family prepared for after a disaster. Marketa is from the Ground Zero Consulting Group with Emergency & Crises Response Management. She will be providing information packages as well as a Pet Grab and Go Bag for your pets.
Where: Braefoot Elementary
1440 Harrop Rd
When: 6 pm – 7:30 pm

Monday Makers – Drop In Art Program

What: Come to the loft at Mary’s Farm and Sanctuary on Mondays for a weekly drop in art group. This is an opportunity to experiment with a variety of art forms in a fun, safe and inclusive environment.
Where: Mary’s Farm & Sanctuary, home of Blossoming at The Farm
1128 Finlayson Arm Road
When: 4:15 pm – 6 pm
Cost: $15

Art Show by David Johns

What: Be moved and inspired by art! Local Artist David Johns displays his latest paintings in oil, pastel and acrylic.
Where: ArtSea Gallery at Tulista
9565 Fifth Street
When: 10 am – 4 pm

Rick Rivet

What: Exploding with colour and a dreamlike state of representation, Rick Rivet’s solo exhibition captivates our imagination. It’s the feeling of forgetting something that’s just on the tip of your tongue. Like feeling the weight of an un-experienced history that draws you in. Working in his distinctive style in mixed media on canvas, this exhibition truly captures the multi-faceted sides of the artist to shine.
Where: Alcheringa gallery
621 Fort St
When: 10 am – 6 pm
Cost: Free!

For more things to do, check out our events page!

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