The Sooke community joined together to celebrate Earth Day on the weekend.
The celebrations were held at the Sooke Community Hall, hosted by Transition Sooke, the Sooke Fall Fair Association and Creatively United for the Planet Society.
The event featured an exhibition with eco-friendly vendors, family activities, an up-cycled fashion show, an evening dance, zero-waste food trucks, and live music.
It also featured workshops, speakers, demonstrations and a Save Our Coast Sooke orca sign-making project.
Sooke News Mirror freelance photographer Jack Most was there to capture some of the event.