Saturday, June 24
Sausage Fest – Featuring foods, family fun and live entertainment, Oak Bay Fire Fighters Charitable Foundation’s second annual Sausage Fest is noon to 9 p.m. at Willows Beach Park.
Uplands Park bird walk – Geoffrey Newell leads teh walk at 8 a.m. Please meet at the end of Cattle Point. Bring a friend.
Community Cleanup of St. Luke’s Historic Cemetery – 3821 Cedar Hill X Road from 8:30 to 11 a.m.
Quinn Bachand’s Brishen plus Blue Moon Marquee – Bachand is an acoustic guitarist/vocalist who, at the tender age of 21, has already recorded five CDs, won a number of awards and nominations, and earned an enviable international reputation as a virtuoso blessed with boundless creativity.Tickets are $28. The show, in The Dave Dunnet theatre at Oak Bay High at 8 p.m., is part of the 34th TD Victoria International JazzFest.
Cordova Bay Day – The community celebration features a marketplace of local vendors and non-profit organizations, children’s entertainment, Saanich fire truck and home fire safety display, Saanich police mascot ACE and Block Watch display and live music. Over at Cordova Bay Plaza, there will be a collector car show, more kids activities and a driving simulator. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. David by the Sea Church (5182 Cordova Bay Rd.), Cordova Bay Plaza and Mattick’s Farm.
Sunday, June 25
Seine Net explore – Join the Royal BC Museum and Friends of Uplands Park at Willows Beach for a Seine Net explore. More than 20 species of fish, crabs and shrimp and other invertebrates will be brought into shore by the museum experts, using a large seine net. Small nets and containers will be available from Friends of Uplands Park to collect creatures. Entry by donation to the Royal BC Museum. Event runs 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Meet at the north end of Willows Beach, near the RBCM van.
Donny McCaslin Group – Tickets are $35. The show, in The Dave Dunnet theatre at Oak Bay High at 8 p.m., is part of the 34th TD Victoria International JazzFest.
Tuesday, June 27
Christine &Ingrid Jensen Band w. Ben Monder – Anchoring this remarkable band are Fraser Hollins bass and Jon Wikan drums.
Tickets are $28. The show, in The Dave Dunnet theatre at Oak Bay High at 8 p.m., is part of the 34th TD Victoria International JazzFest.