Johnny Galactic (pictured) is one of seven bands to play on Sunday.

Busy weekend in Sooke

Art in the Park, Sookapalooza among many events this weekend in Sooke region

  • Aug. 12, 2016 5:00 a.m.

Lots going on in Sooke this weekend – and the weather folks say it’s going to be warm.On tap first thing Saturday morning is the Sooke Country Market (Otter Point Road across from Eustace Road). You can follow up with Art in the Park at Ed MacGregor Park and later in the day Sookapalooza at 17 Mile Pub.On Sunday, head over to Shirley for its Country Market and don’t forget to stop at Kemp Lake music jam, from 1 to 5 p.m.Enjoy!

 

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