Canada Day Pancake Breakfast in Inner Harbour

July 1
8:00-10:00 AM
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Celebrate Canada Day at Huntingdon Hotel and Suites & Pendray Inn and Tea House

Join us on July 1st, 2024 from 8am to 10am, at our picturesque property in Victoria’s Inner Harbour, located at 309 Belleville Street, for a morning of delicious pancakes, children’s activities, photo opportunities, artist booths, and live entertainment. This long-standing tradition has become a favourite among locals and visitors, bringing everyone together to honour Canada’s rich heritage and celebrate the spirit of unity.

Free Pancake Breakfast by Donation
Our Canada Day Pancake Breakfast is free, but donations are warmly accepted, with 100% of the proceeds benefiting the Victoria Women’s Transition House, supporting their vital work for women and families in need.

Family-Friendly Activities and Entertainment
The fun doesn’t stop at breakfast! Our event features a range of exciting activities and entertainment, perfect for the whole family:

Live All-Canadian Music: Enjoy performances that celebrate Canadian talent.
Local Businesses and BC First Nations Artist Booths: Explore beautiful artworks and crafts.
Face Painting and Kid’s Activity Centre: Keep the little ones entertained and creative.
Caricature Artist: Get a unique, hand-drawn caricature to remember the day.
Vintage Photo Booth: Capture fun and memorable moments with family and friends.
Period Costumes: Some of our staff will be dressed in historical costumes, adding a nostalgic touch to the festivities.

Plan Your Visit
Located at 309 Belleville Street in Victoria, BC, Huntingdon Hotel and Suites and Pendray Inn and Tea House offer a stunning backdrop for your Canada Day celebrations. Join us for a morning of delicious food, fun activities, and community spirit.

Destination Greater Victoria is honoured to be based on the traditional territory of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples of the Songhees Nation and the Esquimalt Nation, whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.