The Hands on Farm is operated by the Town of Comox and opens for the season until August 29, daily from 10am – 4pm.
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.
Experience a vibrant group of growers, home-bakers, hand-makers, artisans, and painters, most long-term residents who have spent many years exploring, developing and perfecting their craft.
Vancouver based, JUNO Award-winning and radio chart-topping indie rockers take the stage as the sun goes down in Filberg Park. Join us in the most scenic water front venue in the Comox Valley.
Dog Days & Heritage Ways!
The RCMP Musical Ride is performed by a full troop of 32 riders and their horses.
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
Come for the freshness, stay for the fun!
Bring your own picnic or enjoy some of the snacks provided by Cumberland Rec. Cumberland PAC is fundraising by selling hotdogs and burgers too.
Join us at the Cumberland Museum and Archives for our second Living Library gathering to learn about Cumberland's past from the people who experienced it.
Learn how to meditate.
Learn the stories of the owners and overseers, the miners, their families and their supporters who made the 1912-1914 strike an event that has never been forgotten.
Discover what the Bach Flowers can do for you and your pet in this information packed two-day course. Find out how you can reduce stress, alleviate worry, and improve emotional balance and well-being.