Moon Under Water Brew Pub is graciously facilitating a Beer and Burger night on July 20 with proceeds going to Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock. Come support this years ride with a Beer and Burger and Silent Auction!
Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock has the 50:50 for this game. Come and support the ‘Cats and Tour de Rock! Game tickets also available (limited supply)
Come join the fun! Every entrance open and a BBQ at Dockyard Gate.
You are cordially invited to The Great Gatsbowl, a 1920s-style afternoon of lawn bowling, cocktails and frivolity, all in support of the Canadian Cancer Society Tour de Rock. Come support CTV rider Scott Cunningham as he raises money for childhood cancer research.
This tournament for teams of four takes place Sunday Aug. 11 at the Canadian Pacific Lawn Bowling Club in the heart of downtown Victoria. All skill-levels welcome (there will be times for demonstrations and practice before games kick off).
$35 per person – includes lawn bowling, one drink ticket and light snacks courtesy of Spinnakers Gastro Brewpub. Registration opens at 4:00 p.m. Games start at 5:00 p.m.
Prizes for winning team and best dressed team. Silent auction.
To register, contact Yvonne Raymond at Yvonne.email@example.com
Mock Tour ride from Nanaimo to Duncan and back.
More details to come!
Come for a burger, beer, silent auction and fun!
$25 for a beverage (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic available) + burger + choice of side.
Come join the fun starting at 5:30 pm at Mount Brenton Golf Club in Chemainus, BC – Silent Art Auction, BBQ (beef, chicken or veggie burgers, along with assorted salads and dessert), 50/50 draw & door prizes! Don’t miss out! 🙂
All proceeds going to support TdR and Cops for Cancer Riders, Cassandra Loveless, Ladysmith BC Ambulance Paramedic and Dayne Lyons, North Cowichan-Duncan RCMP.
Local paranormal author and ghost walk guide Ian Gibbs will be leading an excursion through the streets of Victoria where he will combine historical tales with ghostly ones, and even some from his own experience? Come on the trail of some of Victoria’s first residents, some of whom simply never left.