Attendees were treated to a pirate-themed parade, a pancake breakfast and a sword demonstration. (Evan Southern/Twitter)

A successful Buccaneer Days for Esquimalt

Pancake breakfast, parades and more

It was a busy weekend for families attending Buccaneer Days this weekend in Esquimalt. The annual pirate themed party has been going on for over 60 years. Attendees were treated to a pancake breakfast on Saturday morning and a Buccaneer Market, Buccaneer Parade, a midway and local live music.

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If you have photos from the fair, we would love to see them — send them to us on social media and you might see them in your local paper.



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