Victoria Day

Date: May 18, 2015 (11:00 AM - 4:30 PM)

Tradional Morris DancersThe Burnaby Village Museum site is set in the 1920s - a place where pictures of the King George V and Queen Mary are hung in the school house, where the Union Jack flies over the site and Victoria Day is celebrated in grand style.

Special entertainment all day long including: Tiddley Cove Morris Dancers, a parade, the TraiNgang and 15th Field Regiment Band. After the parade, be presented to Queen Victoria by her ladies-in-waiting during the Queen's Levee and enjoy a birthday cupcake.

Market Monday Vendors 

  • Barefoot Books - children's books
  • Burnaby Food First - handmade kitchen items
  • Slavic Rolls - pastry dough rolls
  • Inspired Turtle - felt crafts / purses
  • PRESERVED by Janet Percy - jams and jellies
  • Sweet Thea Cakes - pies, tarts

Be prepared to pay for purchases with cash as many vendors are not able to accept credit cards. Note: the closest ATM is at the Esso gas station on the corner of Deer Lake Ave and Canada Way

2015 Activities and Entertainment:


Time Activity Location
11-4:30pm TraiNgang Display
Carousel Activity Room

11-4pm

Children's Craft Corner

Real Estate

11:30-12pm

Tiddley Cove Morris Dancers

Village

12:30-1pm

Tiddley Cove Morris Dancers

Village

1:15-1:35pm

Tiddley Cove Morris Dancers

Brookfield Lane

1:45-2pm

Queen's Procession

Through the Village

2pm

Speeches,

Happy Birthday

and Anthem

Bandstand

2-4pm

Band of the 15th Field Regiment

Bandstand Area

2:20-3:45pm

Queen's Levee

Bandstand

2:20-3:30pm

The Queen's Birthday cupcakes served

Multi-Purpose Room

2:30-3:30pm

Piper

Entrance

4:20pm

Last Carousel Ride


4:30pm

Site closes