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Braefoot's Activities In The Community March 2024

Kids Symphony We had the pleasure of attending Presto Mambo at the Victoria Symphony's Concert for Kids. It was an amazing event that left both children and adults alike entertained and inspired.

The real stars of the show were the two talented actors who brought the music to life in a way that was not only fun but also educational. Their lively performances kept the young audience engaged and eager to participate, creating an atmosphere of excitement and wonder.

The enthusiastic response from the crowd was magical. Parents and children were eager to join in on the fun, whether it was clapping along to the beat or taking part in the interactive activities sprinkled throughout the performance. It was heartwarming to see everyone coming together to share in the joy of music.

We are incredibly thankful to the Victoria Symphony for generously donating tickets, allowing us to share this magical experience with our community. Their dedication to making the arts accessible to all is truly commendable and has made a meaningful impact on the lives of those who attended.

We are eagerly anticipating the next show on April 20th, we can't help but feel excited about the musical journey that lies ahead. If Presto Mambo was anything to go by, we know that we're in for another unforgettable experience filled with laughter, learning, and beautiful music.


Our Night at the Victoria Royals Playoff Game

In early April, The Braefoot and RSI team had the incredible opportunity to attend the Victoria Royals hockey game right here in Victoria. It wasn't just any game—it was the Royals' first home playoff game in over five years. We gathered staff from both our locations to partake in this thrilling event.

As we stepped into the arena, there was a buzz of anticipation in the air. For many of us, it was our first time experiencing live hockey or hockey at all, and we couldn't have asked for a better introduction to the sport. The energy of the crowd, the speed of the players, and the intensity of the game itself were truly electrifying.


Despite the final score not being in our favor— the Royals falling 6-5 to the Winterhawks—it was still an unforgettable night. The game was close-fought and intense until the very end, showing the resilience of both teams.


While the outcome may not have been what we hoped for, the experience itself was invaluable. It served as a fantastic team-building opportunity, allowing us to come together outside of the workplace and bond over our new found enthusiasm for hockey. Being able to support our local team and witness their playoff journey firsthand was a privilege, and we are grateful to the Royals organization for hosting us.


One of the highlights of the evening was seeing some of our staff members, who were new to the sport, learning about hockey for the first time. Experiencing the game live helped them gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the sport, which we believe will enable them to better connect with the children in our programs who are passionate about hockey.


Beyond the excitement of the game itself, attending the Royals playoff game reminded us of the importance of coming together as a team, both professionally and personally. It reinforced the value of camaraderie, teamwork, and shared experiences in fostering a positive and supportive work environment.




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