Pacific Gardens makes national cohousing day international! Come find out about this unique form of housing that fosters community and social interaction, and where neighbours become friends.
Great discounts on perennials, trees and shrubs propagated by our amazing volunteers from the Milner Gardens collection.
Alpine Gardeners Giant Plant Sale
Contra Dance (Ceilidh / Barn Dance) with Live Music
Are you ready for an action-packed night of talent, music, fun and inspiration that will have you movin' and groovin' in your seat?
FoodSafe courses in Parksville.
Psychics, Intuitives, Healers, Readers, Crystals, Bodyworkers, Metaphysical Gifts, and much more!!!
Moksha Yoga Nanaimo Pop Up Artisan Market
The Federation of British Columbia Writers is hosting a four-day spring festival in Nanaimo April 27-30 that will bring Giller Prize nominees and top BC writing talent to the city.
Your chance to visit a wonderful range of artists and artisans all under one roof at Nanoose Place. Nanoose Bay Studio artists and guest artists will showcase their work.
Come and celebrate the Official Opening of our new community garden and greenhouse.
BC SPCA GIANT FLEA MARKET & BOOK SALE Thousands of gently used books from most priced from $1.00 to $3.00. Flea Market has everything from garden tools, pet supplies,household items and SO much
Enjoy the prime Rhododendron bloom and relax with tea.
Rotary Club of Nanaimo annual Spring Used Book Sale.
Once again, New York Style dishes up their award-winning pizza and their legendary Manhattan salad, along with Marty Steele playing swinging jazz, blues, and classic rock favorites on his keyboards
The Father is a poignant and funny play about the effects of Alzheimers told through the eyes of the patient!
Stress, constant worry, depression, isolation, fear, chronic pain, chronic illness, and relationship troubles can be ameliorated through mindfulness.
The Shift - Spirits of Heart Holistic Fair Coombs B.C. Free admission !! Door Prizes called every hour !! Free Draws !!
From October to May, beachcombers can discover glass treasures in Vancouver Island's Oceanside region.