Ladies and Gentlemen. You are about to see a story of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery. All the things we hold near and dear to our hearts.
The Hands on Farm is operated by the Town of Comox and opens for the season until August 29, daily from 10am – 4pm.
”… one of the best little literary festivals in Canada.” – The Globe & Mail
A new and fanciful addition to liven up our downtown core, throughout the summer, offering a fresh, urban experience for locals and visitors alike. Eclectic shopping, unusual sights, food & fun
Join us Friday July 20, 6pm – 9pm, for the opening of Hiłt̕sist̕a’a̱m (The Copper Will Be Fixed).
Potlatch 67-67: The Potlatch Ban -Then and Now is a multi artist exhibit that examines the impact of the attempted cultural genocide through the Potlatch ban and the resilience of First Nation people.
Saturday, July 21st 2018 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm downtown streets will be filled with wonderful things to do during the Downtown Courtenay Annual Market Day.
April Dyck Art Studio Open House - Saturdays
Come for the freshness, stay for the fun!
On Saturday July 21, 11am – 4pm, the community is invited to engage in cultural sharing.
Bring your own picnic or enjoy some of the snacks provided by Cumberland Rec. Cumberland PAC is fundraising by selling hotdogs and burgers too.
IMPROV COMEDY THEATRE: Two teams of improvisors face off in a battle for comedic dominance where only one can prevail.
This tour marks 100 years to the day that Ginger Goodwin was killed. Join us to learn how and why Ginger Goodwin was killed by highlighting the places in Cumberland that were a part of his story.
Join us for an intriguing tour of Cumberland Chinatown and the No. 1 Japanese Townsite located in beautiful Coal Creek Historic Park.
Join Rainbow Youth Theatre for the first show of our 30th Anniversary season, Disney's Alice in Wonderland JR!
The 36th annual Filberg Festival, celebrating the best of arts, crafts & music from across Canada, is being held August 3-6 in the Comox BC on the east coast of Vancouver Island. Tickets on sal